All about Catamaran Rentals in Ibiza and Formentera
Some might call Ibiza and Formentera paradise on earth. Maybe they’re onto something there…
Diverse islands by day and by night, but equally blessed by the spectacular nature and wonderful climate. Catamaran rentals in Ibiza and Formentera are a great way of exploring these islands from a different angle. While some might prefer to sunbathe at the bow of the catamaran, the kids or the most adventurous of the pack might fancy trying out some water sports in one of the hundreds of coves with crystal clear waters. In addition, if you opt for a catamaran with a skipper, you’ll have access to the most treasured and exclusive parts of the islands through their knowledge.
If you’re looking for real luxury in a boat rental, with a crew highly capable of resolving any kind of situation, you can also check out our yachts in Ibiza
. Alternatively, if you’d rather opt for speed, you can rent a motorboat in Ibiza
Climate and Conditions in Ibiza and Formentera
The best time of year to rent a catamaran in Ibiza and Formentera are the months between May and October. The months of the northern hemisphere summer (June, July and August) are naturally when there are most tourists in the area. The summers can be so warm that temperatures peak 30ºC often. The sea temperature is particularly high during this time of year, reaching up to 27ºC. The main winds prevail from an easterly and southerly direction.
Itinerary Ideas in Ibiza and Formentera
Cala de Es Portixol: an alpine appearance and ancient fishing port, where the imposing cliffs protect this deep blue cove surrounded by vegetation.
Platja de Cala Roja: you can find this hidden cove just 5 minutes from Dalt Vila. Ideal for spending some quiet time with your other half. Though please note that there are no services or buildings!
Playa del Corral d’en Llumbí: the perfect place if you wish to immerse yourself in a gorgeous, exotic, mineral and solitary retreat.
Cala Xarraca: good anchorage for long sailboats. Exposed to north and north-west winds, it’s easy to disembark to starboard at Punta Negra.
Cala Llonga: one of the best anchorages for any type of boat length. Well protected and only exposed to easterly winds.
On dry land: the bohemian towns of Formentera, the fortified city, Dalt Vila, and the famous clubs of Ibiza offer various attractions for all.
Travel Tips for Ibiza and Formentera
Ibiza has its own airport, hooray! Ibiza Airport (IBZ) is situated approx. 7 km from the city center. You can fly from various European locations directly to Ibiza, especially during the summer season.
Formentera is only accessible by boat.