Written by Missy Johnston
Ibiza’s Famous Sunset
Ibiza Town in Spain is often thought of as just a port to stop in on your luxury yacht charter for a night of clubbing and dancing. But there’s actually a quieter and more traditional side of Ibiza worth exploring on a private yacht charter in the Balearic Islands. A large portion of Ibiza is actually a designated UNESCO World Heritage site, and there are many beautiful villages, beaches, and anchorages to explore.
Las Salinas. Salt lake of Torrevieja
The Can Marca caves contain a gorgeous 30-foot waterfall, while the town is home to a medieval castle (still featuring a drawbridge). La Salinas is another top attraction. Salt has been collected on these flats of “white gold” for more than 2000 years. The Hippy Markets are a great place to shop for all sorts of souvenirs, such as handmade clothing and jewelry. Musicians, mimes, and stilt walkers add to the festivities, making it a delightful experience.
Cala D hort Beach Of Ibiza
Have your captain take you to one of the many secluded coves for private swimming and sunbathing. Enjoy horseback riding and hiking, take the sea kayak from your charter yacht out for a paddle, or snorkel through the underwater caves. Whatever you do, don’t forget to enjoy the breathtaking sunsets. One of the best views is, of course, from the top deck of your private charter yacht.
Ibiza Night Clubbing at Club Amnesia
Ibiza won’t disappoint if you’re looking for a long night of clubbing and dancing, but be sure to set aside some time to see what this destination has to offer outside the party scene. We bet you’ll find these quieter and more serene moments just as (if not more) memorable than a night in the club. We can help you plan the perfect trip that balances nightlife and daytime activities, so you can enjoy all sides of Ibiza, Spain on a luxury yacht charter.