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Gulet rentals in Ibiza and Formentera

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Gulet rent Goleta Goleta Clásica in Port de Sant Antoni, Ibiza

Brilliant Goleta Goleta Clásica gulet from 1979

Gulet Goleta Goleta Clásica (1979, refit 2021) 78.74 feet

Skipper included in the price

6 cabins 6 baths 10 places 10 berths Port de Sant Antoni (Ibiza)
from $2,203 /day
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Gulet rent Ketch 24m in Marina Santa Eulalia, Ibiza

Rent this 24m gulet to make the most of Ibiza

Gulet Ketch 24m (2007, refit 2016) 78.74 feet

Skipper included in the price

4 cabins 4 baths 8 places 8 berths Marina Santa Eulalia (Ibiza)
from $4,842 /day
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Gulet rent Pruva yachting 35M in Port d'Eivissa, Ibiza

Rent this 35M gulet to make the most of Ibiza

Gulet Pruva yachting 35M (2004, refit 2016) 114.83 feet

Skipper included in the price

5 cabins 5 baths 12 places 12 berths Port d'Eivissa (Ibiza)
from $7,404 /day
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All about Gulet rentals in Ibiza and Formentera

The Mediterranean Sea awaits you, offering amazing experiences in its crystal clear, warm waters. Rent a gulet and enjoy a luxurious sailing holiday with lots of space for all kinds of activities and events. Gulet rentals in Ibiza and Formentera are optimal for a fantastic and memorable holiday, with no stress, as the sailing crew on board will help you with anything you need. 

The captain of your gulet rental can take you to the most secluded and unknown coves of the islands, giving you a taste of authentic Balearic beauty. The Pityusic Islands are a natural environment of incredible beauty, splendid climate and definitely one of the top destinations for spending your next holiday or special celebration!

Once you’ve explored with a gulet rental in Ibiza and Formentera, you can also continue your journey to the other islands and rent a boat in Menorca or Mallorca.

Climate and Sailing Conditions in Ibiza and Formentera

In Ibiza and Formentera the summers are warm, reaching 30ºC. The Mediterranean Sea reaches warm temperatures of 25ºC during the summer months, ideal for watersports and cooling off after sunbathing on board your gulet rental. 

In high season, the wind tends to prevail from the south and east. The winters are mild, though you should remain aware of the strong tramontana wind.

What to Visit in Ibiza and Formentera

In Ibiza and Formentera, the sunsets are unimaginably beautiful. Navigate your gulet to Cala Comte for a gorgeous sunset view. The best days for sunsets are typically those after a rainy day and on windy days, too. 

These paradisiac islands also have many nature and wildlife sites that are protected. Ask your crew which places are the best to visit. Personally, we recommend Ses Illetes, Cala Saona and Cala des Mort. 

If you fancy setting your feet on firm ground for a day, Ibiza’s notorious nightlife will wow you with its unbeatable bars, discos and clubs. Formentera, calm, wholesome and natural, can be easily explored by scooter, a great way of discovering this island’s bohemian spirit.

How to get to Ibiza and Formentera

Land in Ibiza Airport (IBZ), 7 km from the homonymous capital city. From there, you can travel by bus or taxi without a problem. 

Formentera is only accessible by sea. You can catch a ferry to Formentera from many locations. From other island ports to mainland Spanish ports such as Valencia and Barcelona. 
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