Everything You Wanted to Know About Living in Ibiza
With an area of 572 square miles, Ibiza is the third largest of the Balearic Islands. Ibiza’s fantastic climate, makes this Spanish island as one of the Balearic islands in the Mediterranean Sea. It's well known for the lively nightlife It’s also home to quiet villages.
What Is the Geography in Ibiza?
The island’s natural beauty is its main attraction. Ibiza’s coastline spans 270 kms, or nearly 168 miles long, and is dotted with coves and sandy beaches, which can be enjoyed at any time of the year.
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How Many People Live in Ibiza?
Population: 161000
5 reasons to go sailing around Ibiza
  1. Ona sailing boat or yacht you will discover the island’s unspoilt coves that can only be accessed from the sea .
  2. Ibiza’s mild weather makes for pleasant sailing days from morning to evening
  3. You can sail to Formentera or the south of Ibiza, where you will find the iconic island of Es Vedrà.
  4. You will enjoy the most breathtaking beaches in Ibiza, like Cala Bassa, Platgesde Comte and Cala Salada.
  5. On a boat trip you get the chance to swim in crystal-clear waters, play with inflatables...ask us for extra
Rumbo Baleares advice you the best sailing routes in Ibiza
Boat trip from Sant Antoni to Cala Xarraca
This rugged stretch of the Ibizan coastline stands out for its astonishing beauty and peacefulness. This trip reveals Cala Salada and Cala Saladeta, the inaccessible Cala d’en Sardina, the spectacular cliffs of Cala d’Albarca, the unspoilt cove with houseboats of Es Portitxol -truly surprising-, Cala Benirrás and Cala Xarraca, a large extremely beautiful bay.
Boat trip from Portinatx to Santa Eulària des Riu
This stretch is easy as it leaves from Santa Eulària des Riu and goes by stunning enclaves, the natural port of Ses Caletes, the islet of Ses Formigues, the small cove of Clot des Llamp, the popular beaches of Cala de Sant Vicent, Aigües Blanques and Platja des Figueral; Tagomago island, Cala Mastella, Cala de Boix...
Boat trip from Santa Eulària des Riu to Ibiza
This route explores the most rugged coastline of the Santa Eulària des Riu area, which hides unspoilt coves, like Sol d’en Serra, Cala Olivera and S’Estanyol without forgetting many other nooks where you can drop anchor and enjoy the sea.
Boat trip from Ibiza to Sant Antoni de Portmany
The southern part of the island boasts some of the most popular coves in Ibiza including Ses Salines, Cala Jondal, Cala d´Hort and Platges de Comte, as well as other spots that can only be accessed by sea, like Atlantis), Cala Llentrisca and Cala Llentia, or the island of Ponent, Es Vedrà and Conillera.
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