Boat route in Ibiza

Ruta en Barco en Ibiza

The island of Ibiza hides beach towns, recondite, beautiful and some still to be explored. This summer, rent a boat and get up to the sea to visit Ibiza and each one of them. 

Cala Sant Vicent in Sant Joan de Labritja

In the same Ibiza, Sant Joan de Labritja is a fishing village that has become very popular. Tourism is here the king because Cala Sant Vicent provides a small port where we can moor the boat in case we go on a trip and from here it is usual to get to the island of Tagomago. The town of Sant Vicent has a rectangular church with a high altar, six secondary chapels, and a simple bell tower.

Port of Sant Miquel

And no less tourist is the Port de Sant Miquel, located in Sant Miquel de Balansat. Its beauty is extreme to be able to bathe in an old natural harbor in the shape of a cove. Taking the boat you will arrive at s'Illa des Bosc, an islet that shelters the caves d'en Marçà and some totally virgin coves such as Caló des Multons.

Santa Eulalia des Riu

We continue our boat trip through Ibiza to reach this town, popular and second municipality in number of inhabitants of the island, after Ibiza. We highlight its fortified church, the beach, the promenade and a marina. To see beauty coves are Figueral, Cala Boix, Cala Llenya, Cala Nova ..., while it is a suitable place for those who love golf, having the only golf course on the island. 

Sant Llorenç de Balàfia

The white buildings are numerous as in the rest of the island. It is a place of calm that only owns five houses of payeses and two defensive towers, in addition to its church, that is characterized to have a single arch to the entrance.

It's Figueral, Sant Carles de Peralta

From here you can see the islet of Tagomago to which you can go directly by boat making a comfortable excursion. Among its coves: Es Pou des Lleó and Cala Boix, while the general beach is strongly popular and, next to it, is S'Aigua Blanca, a very popular nudist place.