Rent a boat in Formentera
You can find boats available to rent with or without a skipper in Formentera on the Nautal website. Search for sailboats
, motorboats and more in Formentera and/or in the world. Flexible cancellation or date changes up to 15 days before check-in is allowed on selected boats.
Resting just off the coast of Ibiza, Formentera couldn't be more different in terms of traffic and nightlife. This tiny island features sumptuous sandy beaches, perfect sailing waters and easy connections to the other Balearics Islands by boat. You can charter a boat here for a week, a day or just a few hours, with plentiful routes and anchorage opportunities. Perfect for families, couples and friends looking to get away from it all, Formentera is ideal for blissful, peaceful and languid holidaymaking.
How much does it cost to rent a boat in Formentera?
Boat charters in Formentera vary in cost depending on the type of boat, characteristics of the boat and additional services, equipment that may be included in the price and the season.
Yacht charters in Formentera
can cost from $628 per day and $7,091 per week in the low season. In high season rentals can cost from $1,269 per day and $8,886 per week.
Is it possible to rent a boat in Formentera with or without a skipper?
It is possible to do a Formentera boat charter with or without a skipper. It is a great idea to make your Formentera boat hire with a skipper if you don't want to worry about the technicalities of sailing through the Mediterranean.
Looking to have complete freedom and be more spontaneous depending on what you see on the way? A rental without a skipper could be a great idea then! You are in charge of where your boat goes and when to put your anchor down. You will need a valid boating license if you want to bareboat charter.
What to do in Formentera?
Boat rentals in Formentera are an optimal choice to be able to move around the different beaches and discover the hidden coves. You can also discover more in the different Balearic islands.
The island of Formentera is the smallest of the Balearic Islands and is a rare jewel. Formentera, although recently getting more popular, has maintained a more laidback approach. This island is a perfect place to go to enjoy island life in its purest form. Formentera beaches are key to its appeal as an easygoing and relaxing hipster hangout.
With calm waters and clear skies, it’s best to visit between May and October, avoiding July if you want to skip the crowds. Sailing to Mallorca
and Cabrera offers smooth, relaxing sailing, with prevailing summer winds predominantly from the South West.
If you charter a boat for a week or more, routes between Formentera and Ibiza are ideal, as you can easily circumnavigate Formentera with room left over to soak up the atmosphere and enjoy yourself in the main bustling islands of the Balearics.
Formentera is perfect for lounging on exquisite beaches and for resting with a glass of champagne out on the azure blue Balearic Sea. Formentera's famed Illetes beach is a must-visit spot on the stunning Trucador Peninsula, offering scenery that seemingly brings the Caribbean to the Mediterranean.
Platja de Ses Illetes is a must-visit during your boat hire in Formentera. This beach is close to the port and is as dreamy as can get. An infinite beach, azure blue Mediterranean Sea and your Formentera boat rental to lay on in the sun. This beach can be a bit crowded during the high season!
In Formentera, rent a boat and head to Llevant beach if you want to surf! This is a surfing hot spot during the summer. It’s a slightly more wild and discreet beach, which also makes this a favourite nudist beach.
Platja de Migjorn spans along the southern coast of the island and encompasses 5km of sandy coves and sheltered nooks. The beach is frequented by locals and those staying on the island making it a perfect place to meet locals! Crystalline water, calm bays and white sandy beaches. This is a great choice for families however, be warned that swimsuits are optional and most beachgoers here prefer to go without.
Looking for a family-friendly beach? Platja es Arenals is a favourite among families due to its sheltered position and swimming conditions. This wide cove has plenty of space to play water sports such as paddleboarding and windsurfing.
The most famous beach in all Formentera is Calo des Mort. This is a small cove with jagged cliff faces that frame the bay. The best view is from your boat rental in Formentera. The water is clear, one of the clearest water you’ve ever laid your eyes on!
With calm waters and powdery sands, there's little wonder it attracts daytrippers from Ibiza. The island's main ports of La Savina, Es Caló and Cala Saona offer excellent evening dining opportunities, while the beaches in the south, like Migjorn, provide a more relaxing environment with fewer crowds.
How is the weather and sailing conditions in Formentera?
The weather and sailing conditions in Formentera are great during the summer months. From May to October, the temperatures range from 23°C to 27°C during the day and lows of 14°C and 21°C in the evenings. Similar to many other places in the Mediterranean, the winter ranges from highs of 19°C and lows of 8°C.
Which are the most popular ports in Formentera?
The most popular port in Formentera is:
How to get to Formentera?
Formentera doesn’t have an airport but is easy to reach! You can fly directly to Ibiza Airport, take a taxi to Ibiza’s port and take a ferry to Formentera. Then take a taxi to the port you will rent a boat in Formentera from. Or you can also fly to Ibiza and rent a boat from Ibiza and navigate directly to Formentera.