Ibiza marinas & ports

Feb. 12, 2019
by SailingDreams

Those who have already visited Ibiza they perfectly know that this island unfolds a remarkable number of harbours and marinas. The most important, no doubt about it, are located in the Port of Ibiza, sheltered from all winds and composed of commercial docks, fishing and recreational facilities. Placed at the bottom of the harbour we find the marina from Ibiza Yacht Club.


Although comparatively smaller than others, Ibiza Yacht Club enjoys great views of Dalt Vila, the old and walled part of the city. In addition, it is equipped with all kinds of amenities and has 300 berths, of which 270 are used by partners and the rest are rented out.

Located on the north bank of the Port of Ibiza, Botafoch Marina is the first marina we met at the entrance of the port, to starboard, when accessing by sea. It has 428 berths between 6 and 30 meters, of which 107 disposed to rent and, of course, all kinds of complementary services for boating. It is also worth noting its shopping area, with more than 60 stores, emphasizing an attractive leisure area with nautical shops, a hotel, bars, restaurants, etc.

The last marina of Ibiza town we are going to mention is called Marina Ibiza. Located right next to the Ibiza Yacht Club, it is presented as one of the most exclusive and luxurious marinas of the Mediterranean. It is renown, among other things, because lots of huge yachts use to dock in there –it provides berths for yachts up to 60 meters length- and as well for hosting the most exclusive boutiques, the restaurant-cabaret named Lío…

On the east coast there is the marina Santa Eulària, located in the beautiful tourist town that bears its name. It is the nautical installation providing the highest number of berths of the whole island of Ibiza. Its privileged situation facilitates many excursions to the secluded coves of the north of the island and to the nearby and extraordinary islet of Tagomago. The modern marina offers to users a wide range of services, from a shopping center to a large dry dock.

Finally, we would like to say a few words about the Port of San Antoni de Portmany. Situated on the west coast of the island, the closest to mainland, it is the second major port of Ibiza. It has 245 berths, of which 20 are intended for rental. The port is well protected by a breakwater of 400 meters long.