Bays and anchorages Ibiza and Formentera
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Bays and anchorages Ibiza and Formentera



Ibiza, the third largest island of the Balearics, reputed as the party island, has however far more to offer. The other facets may be explored during a cruise. No matter if you favour a charter sailing yacht or a motor yacht, nothing is more exciting than the feeling of driving over the sea and drop anchor in the most beautiful bays.

We as yacht charter company offer vessels of all kinds and all sizes, with or without skipper. Explore Ibiza and Formentera and their most beautiful bays with us.

The island‘s coastline boasts a length of 65 nautical miles that can be easily sailed round within a week. The island is navigationally not very demanding, as there are rarely shoals. The north coast of Ibiza offers a larger diversity than the south.

Cala Bassa

Cala Bassa

The irregular bay with low cliffs, pines and golden sands comprises calm crystal clear water with good anchoring conditions on a ground with rocks and seaweeds at a depth ranging from 8 and 15m.

Cala d´Hort

Cala d´Hort

A beautiful bay with marvellous views on the rock island Es Vedra. The sea inlet comprises a steep and irregular coastline that is surrounded by high cliffs protecting it from the winds and making the bay a perfect location for anchoring. The large anchoring ground consists of sand with a depth of 3 to 6m. Two restaurants are located on the beach.

Cala Espalmador

Cala Espalmador

Located in the north of Formentera. The bay of Espalmador is not anymore ideal for anchoring and bathing, as the water gets more and more polluted. Apart from that, the northern part of the bay offers protection against almost all wind directions. The southern bay offers an excellent anchoring spot.

Cala Jondal

Cala Jondal

The bay is part of the large Bahía de Porroig. The coast is very large and has a beach with pebbles and sandy parts. Two areas are adapted for anchoring, one in the east on sandy ground and another one in the west on sandy ground with seaweeds.

Cala Llonga

Cala Llonga

The deep, wooded bay has a beautiful sandy beach. The anchor ground comprises strong-holding sand partly overgrown with seaweeds. The bay is to be avoided when the wind blows from the east, as strong swell is generated.

Cala Molí

Cala Molí

A beautiful small anchor bay with a good anchoring seafloor and a depth of approx. 10m. Anchoring in the middle of the Cala on a sandy ground with a depth of 4 to 10m is recommended. Occasionally there is some swell. Ashore you may visit a beach bar with restaurant and pool.

Cala Portinax

Cala Portinax

A very charming anchor bay with bathing beach, restaurants and hotels. The bay is dangerous when the mistral blows, as it is open to the north side. The outside area is the perfect location for sailing sports.

Cala Salada

Cala Salada

This small and protected sandy bay is one of the preferred destinations of many boat owners, as no tourist ferry anchors here. The crystal clear water is perfect for snorkelling. Anchoring is recommended in the central part of the sea inlet.

Cala San Vincente

Cala San Vincente

This partly forested bay has light waves even during stable weather. When the wind blows from the south or east, it is rather recommended to visit the bay Punta Grossa. The seafloor consists of sand and seaweeds. Onshore are located hotels, restaurants and a supermarket.

Cala Saona

Cala Saona

A small, picturesque bay surrounded by cliffs in the west of the island. When the sea allows it, one should anchor here. When there is no wind or a slight easterly breeze, it is a dreamful anchoring location where one can indulge beautiful sunsets.

Cala Savina

Cala Savina

In the northern part of the harbour, depending on the wind directions, vessels are safely anchored. Numerous restaurants, a few small bars and a supermarket are located there. As the locality of La Savina is very popular among yacht owners, it has a somewhat exclusive touch, however without renouncing to comfort.

Cala Talamanca

Cala Talamanca

This bay is located on the east side of the headland of Ibiza city. The vessels are very safe here. However, the airport entry lane is just above.

Cala Vedella

Cala Vedella

A beautiful bay in spectacular scenery with a narrow entrance, that protects well against the swell. The bay is perfect for anchoring in the middle, on a sandy ground with seaweeds with a depth of 8 to 12m. During the day, the bay is very lively and noisy.

Ibiza City

Ibiza City

The island‘s capital city with a large harbour that is also suited to mega yachts. During the summer, the search for a berth can be very challenging. Therefore it is recommendable to make a booking in advance. The city is an exciting location and is well known for its lavish nightlife. It boasts a wonderful historic city centre, romantic restaurants, beautiful city hotels and cosy cafes. Indulge fantastic views over the blue sea and imposing mega yachts. Anchoring in Ibiza city is prohibited.

Island Tagomago

Island Tagomago

This small offshore island on the north side of Ibiza is one of the most beautiful private islands of the Mediterranean Sea. A short swimming break can be taken in the marvellous bay in the west that serves as natural harbour.

Punta Grossa

Punta Grossa

The anchoring area is located just behind the Huk Punta Grossa, only 1 nm from the Cala San Vincente. By southerly winds, anchoring on the sandy ground with isolated stones is perfect.

Ses Salines

Ses Salines

The bay is located approx. 11 km from Eivissa. The coast is almost untouched and has a fine-grained white beach. The water and underwater conditions are perfect for anchoring as the seafloor consists of sand and few rocks with a depth ranging from 4 to 10m.

S´Olleta

S´Olleta

A small bay that opens up to the southwest and is protected by high rocks. The scenery is breath taking. The water is crystal clear and perfect for snorkelling.

Your local contact: Fabian Rast

Fabian Rast
Your personal local contact in Port Adriano

Call at +34 619 833 683
info@marina-balear.com

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