Where to drop anchor in Ibiza
Where to drop anchor in Ibiza is one of the questions we get asked most from our customers when renting a boat in Ibiza.
Ibiza is a very sought-after destination not only for its beauty, but also its wide variety of coves where you can have an amazing swim, go diving and do all sorts or water sports/activities. If you visit them by boat, you can enjoy it by yourselves, thanks to the opportunity to change scenery repeatedly or watch the sunsets from the sea. And, although you can anchor in many places in Ibiza, have in mind that not all of them are secure, for example, if you want to spend the night without a sudden change of scenery anchor in the right place because the weather can trick you.
Coves to anchor at in Ibiza.
If you plan to sail around Ibiza and want the experience of spending a night on your boat instead of sleeping in a port, here is a list of 5 coves in Ibiza to anchor at that you cannot miss!
The island has wonderful coves to sleep at when anchored. But if want to know the coves where you can find absolute peacefulness and sleep peacefully, pay attention!
Cala Molí is a small cove, with very clean and clear water. As well as being perfect for anchoring, Cala Moli is protected by a cliff so there is hardly any wind and you can rest peacefully at night.
Around 5 or 6 boats can fit in Cala Moli, where the seabed is sandy but as you approach the beach there are some smaller stones.
Watch a sunset from the beach, you will not be disappointed and prepare your diving gear because you will enjoy it!
Porroig is a perfect alternative to anchor in Ibiza when the other areas of the Island have rough sea. This is due to its location being well protected by the surrounding hills, it is a real treat to swim in these waters.
The small jetties and fishermen’s huts make cala Porroig a real charm.
Anchoring in Cala Tarida is amazing when the sea is calm. Cala Tarida also has a natural swimming pool, Calonet, where you can enjoy a bathe, as well as four beaches all of which are worth visiting.
Its turquoise waters and its shallow bottom turn this place into a real dream!
Also known as ¨the balcony of Vedra¨, Cala d’Hort is a real delight not only because of its beauty but also to anchor your rental boat.
A sunset from Cala d´Hort with the Es Vedra mountain in the background, will be a photo etched in ÿour memory forever.
This part of the island is usually very quiet, both the sea and the lack of boats. It is rarely busy so you will easily find peace
Located in the west of Ibiza, Cala Bassa is the perfect place to anchor. It is a very quiet area which also has a restaurant where you can go for a drink, it also has a cave with turquoise water which is worth visiting for a swim or by paddleboard.
These five coves to anchor in Ibiza are perfect. If you are not clear when you chose to rent a boat in Ibiza, from our experience, we recommend these places.
As you already know, Ibiza’s coastline surrounded by coves, but you can also find old fisherman huts, wooden jetties, hippy markets amongst many other things.
Because of this if you are planning on anchoring in Ibiza it is always recommendable that you bring an outboard dingy so that you can get close to other areas that you wouldn’t be able to in your rental boat.
We hope that you have found this information useful! If you would like more information on how to get around this beautiful island by boat, we invite you to view our post with other information about more beautiful coves in Ibiza. Any questions or suggestions can be shared in our comments section.
Now the most important. Enjoy these anchorings in Ibiza! If you want to know some more about Ibiza, don’t miss this post about sailing in Ibiza. You will discover more places to go!