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Prepare to be dazzled by the Illa Blanca (White Island). Named for the salt which once made its inhabitants rich, Ibiza is a superb Balearic sailing destination. Offering numerous marinas, world-famous nightlife, secluded coves, and snorkelling opportunities galore, it's an island which captivates sailors from all corners of the world. Share some of the enchantment by taking the wheel of your own craft, and mix Mediterranean tranquillity with whatever cultural activities take your fancy.
The peak season to rent a RIB in Ibiza is probably between June and August, when the temperatures rarely dip below 30 degrees centigrade, and the waters are warm and inviting. Storms can develop in autumn and spring, although May and early June are great times for low-key off season sailing. Most of the leading marinas are located on the south side of the island, with Ibiza Magna and Marina Santa Eulalia always attracting plenty of sailors.
The beauty of hiring a RIB in Ibiza is having the freedom to see the island's beautiful sights at your own pace, and there's plenty to see.
⚓ Dalt Vila - a UNESCO world heritage site, Ibiza's Old Town features winding lanes below an imposing 16th century fortress, as well as some of the island's finest eateries.
⚓ Platges de Comte - a series of beaches that are tucked away from the island's resorts, these coves are best accessed by sea, another excellent reason to hire a yacht in Ibiza.
⚓ Es Vedra - a steep, dramatically sculpted island off Ibiza's southern tip, Es Vedra could be the home of Homer's sirens, who sought to tempt Ulysses onto the rocks. When you sail around it, you'll understand why. It's an incredibly beautiful spot.
When you arrange a boat holiday in Spain, seeing coastal sights is all well and good, but there's also plenty for active holiday-makers to enjoy.
Beautiful beaches like Cala Salada seem made for snorkelling, with clear, warm water, and an abundance of marine life. If you sail around to Port de San Miquel, you can descend into the eerie Can Marça Caves with their yellow and golden walls.
Then there are water sports. When you hire a RIB in Ibiza, it's easy to spend a few hours water-skiing or parasailing, before heading on-shore to family-friendly water parks, then relaxing at a laid-back beach bar. You can take it as easy as you like, or pack your schedule with aquatic activities.
At Zizoo, we can help you organize the sailing holiday of your dreams. Pick an RIB from our wide variety of craft, and you'll have total freedom to explore the coast.
These nimble, quick vessels come in a range of sizes, and can be found at marinas across the island. Get in touch with our team. We can't wait to match you with the perfect craft.