Rent a private yacht and relax at these pieces of paradise in the island of Ibiza while on charter
Rent a private yacht and make Ibiza part of your next luxury yacht charter and escape to these hidden coves and beaches
Does your idea of paradise involve an island, seclusion, nature and tranquillity? Then make Ibiza part of your next luxury yacht charter and escape to these hidden coves and beaches to experience unique isolation amid pristine bays. Way off the beaten track and a world away from the bright lights and pulsing beats of the party hotspots of Ibiza Town and San Antonio, these serene beaches offer you and your loved ones the chance to relax and make unforgettable memories that will last a lifetime. Talk to Boatsters Black about renting your private yacht and then talk to your captain about which beach to visit first!
Cala Mastella, Santa Eulalia
Much of the area north-east of Sant Carles de Peralta is rural and unspoiled, with small estates and farms, people on bikes, dusty roads and sleeping dogs. The Cala Mastella beach is the right beach for this neighborhood, natural, quiet and only accessible by land following a dirt road through cane and pine forests. As you and your family and friends can actually visit this hidden gem with your own yacht, this could be as close as you can get to experiencing paradise.
This sweet little cove is surrounded by cliffs and is one of the tiniest beaches in Ibiza. Because Cala Mastella is relatively untouched and unspoiled, it retains a very special bohemian-like vibe. The base of the sea is a bed of stones, but your chief stewardess will have your water shoes ready for you. The beauty of a rocky seabed means the calm waters remain completely clear, making Cala Mastella the perfect place to snorkel over patches of seagrass. As you would expect from a beach off the beaten path, there is an unadulterated connection here between the sea and the sand.
Talk to your crew about a lunch reservation at El Bigotes, one of the most picturesque, original and unforgettable establishments on the island of Ibiza. Located in the miniscule harbor just over the rocks at the far left of the beach, your table will be right on the harbor’s edge. The creator of the restaurant, Juan Ferrer, used to prepare Bullit de peix, or fish stew, for his friends, using the fish of the day. These small gatherings soon became large crowds, and this is why for forty years now, anyone can enjoy a real fisherman meal here. Although retired, you are likely to still find Ferrer at the restaurant. The dining room, under a wooden roof, could not be simpler, but is part of this charming location. Bullit de peix with creamy rice is usually the single dish. It is cooked in a wood oven, and it is always served at 2:30 p.m. Before that, at 12:30 p.m., you can have grilled rock fish and a salad. Miguel, the husband of Juan Ferrer’s daughter Ana, is now responsible for fishing all the fish for the Bullit, and once he takes them out of the sea starts cooking them. Ana and their daughter Mónica will serve you. Don’t expect fine tablecloths and crystal glasses! The white wine list is quite unlimited though, and there is enough to satisfy all tastes.
Cala Xarraca, Sant Joan de Labritja
Explore the smaller, quiet coves near Cala Xarraca on the north end of the island when setting sail to this area. Talk to your captain about dropping the anchor at Sa Cova de Xarraca, just around the rocks of the larger beach. The crystal clear water at this cove is perfect for swimming and snorkeling, so the crew will make sure all the gear is ready! Maybe you would like to take the kayaks out to make your way over to S’Illot des Renclí, a tiny paradise surrounded by turquoise water, grained sand and a stunning rock formation. The forest of junipers preserves the magnificent landscape of this small cove and the water here is possibly even more transparent, turquoise and emerald, due to the prairies of the Posidonia seagrass present in this area.
Cala Llentrisca, Sant Josep
Hidden in the shadow of coastal cliffs, this charming little beach is a perfect retreat for those who want to escape to Ibiza’s beautiful countryside. Cala Llentrisca is in a secluded spot, only visited by divers and the owners of the picturesque fishermen’s huts located at the beach. As this beach can only be reached by walking a pretty complicated path, you will have this spectacular secluded cove to yourself. Backed by pine forests, and usually quiet but for the chirruping of cicadas, this will feel like spending time at your own private island. Your chief stewardess can set up a picnic for you at the beach, or you can decide to have a long and lazy lunch on deck, while all the water toys are out for you to enjoy. The sea here is both crystal clear and calm, perfect for snorkeling and leisurely swimming. The pine tree grove surrounding the beach provides an idyllic backdrop for your day on the water with your loved ones!
The small cove of Es Portitxol is one of the most secret beaches in the island of Ibiza and a must see destination if you would like to have a beach to yourself for the day. The incredible beach is almost circular and the water is transparent, all green and turquoise, over patches of seagrass. This place has the stillness of a forgotten world and the local fishermen’s huts give the place that typical Ibizan, traditional atmosphere. This remote place, set in an incredible scenery, is the perfect spot for a relaxing day onboard of your yacht. It is ideal for swimming and snorkeling above a beautiful seabed or for floating around in the pristine water with a chilled drink in hand. If you feel adventurous, you can make your way over to the beach itself and walk the beautiful path uphill to enjoy the breathtaking view of the cove. Don’t forget to bring your camera to take pictures of your yacht and your loved ones in this unique piece of paradise!
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