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License free boat rentals in Ibiza and Formentera

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All About License Free Boat Rentals in Ibiza and Formentera

Your dream of being captain of your own boat can come true on the earthly paradise of the islands, Ibiza and Formentera. License free boat rentals don’t require you to hire a crew or skipper, simply navigate at your own pace to sensational locations along the coastlines of these idyllic islands. Despite each island possessing its own unique attractions, both Ibiza and Formentera share a Mediterranean allure and together with a couple of islets, form the beautiful Pityusic Islands. 
 

Ports in Ibiza and Formentera

The main ports where we hold our license free boats in Ibiza and Formentera are Port d’Eivissa in Ibiza and Port de la Savina in Formentera. Demand for berths are high during the sunny season, so it’s important to book in advance. 

Climate in Ibiza and Formentera 

Heat and sunshine, also known as bliss, defines the summer months in Ibiza and Formentera. Temperatures can pass the 30ºC mark and the Mediterranean Sea can even reach a warm 27ºC!

What to Visit in Ibiza and Formentera

With your license free boat, you can visit the most beautiful parts of Ibiza and Formentera. You can navigate to more hidden and secluded coves on the islands, discovering enchanting bays hidden from mass tourism!

You can’t tick Ibiza and Formentera off the travel checklist without witnessing one of their super spectacular sunsets. One of the best places to watch the sun melt in the Balearic Sea while you watch what seems a natural firework display light up the almost nighttime sky is Cala Comte. Another good option is the islet s’Espalmador.

Consult the owner of your boat rental whether your vessel is suitable for visiting the beautiful beach, Es Trucadors. This cove is only really apt for boats with a shallow draft. Other wonderful beaches are: Ses Illetes, Cala Saona and Cala des Mort. 

Observe the traditional lighthouses, Far de la Mola and Far de Cap de Barbaria. When you fancy exploring on land as well, we suggest renting a bicycle or scooter and exploring the bohemian spirit of Formentera’s towns. 

If you fancy a night out, Ibiza has some of the best nightlife going worldwide. 

How to Get to Ibiza and Formentera

You can get to Ibiza by air or sea. The airport (Ibiza Airport (IBZ)) is just 7 kilometers from the center of the city. 

Formentera has many ferries which do different routes on a daily basis, and even more frequently during the high season. You can get a ferry from other neighbouring islands, or even from mainland Spain, such as Valencia or Barcelona. 
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