Ibiza & Formentera may be just 10 miles from each other, but they are worlds apart when it comes to appearance and atmosphere. Float away from the mind-blowing hedonism of the party island to anchor in idyllic crystal clear blue water alongside miles of white sandy wonderland. Shop at fashionable boutiques, enjoy lively music bars, watch parades of fire-eating stilt walkers and dine in exclusive restaurants all within a stone’s throw. Ibiza’s multi-cultural, multi-lingual and VIP multi-millionaire visitors make it one of the most diverse and interesting places in the world. The famed "Cafe Del Mar" is just one of many places to relax under Ibiza’s mesmerising sunset.
Formentera can only be accessed by boat making it a must do as part of your Ibiza boat rental adventure.
Lesser known more isolated islands such Espalmador and Tagomago also offer unspoilt nature reserves.
Luxuryonlineyachts.com & International Charter Group ®, offer catering on our sail boats and larger motor cruisers.
Here you will find spanish classics, such as paella and tortilla served by friendly and cheerful waiters in a lively but laid back atmosphere. This restaurant is ideal for large groups.
Juan Y Andrea – Illetes, Formentera
BEACHES (Ibiza & Formentera)
Whatever makes your perfect beach, The Pine Islands has something to fit the bill. Whether its the freedom to roam around in your birthday suit on Formentera or join the parties on the Ses Salinas, we have it all. Here are some of our favourites to include in your VIP Ibiza boat rental experience.
Ses Salinas Beach – Ibiza
Located in a nature reserve at the southern most tip of Ibiza island, this gorgeous long, wide sandy beach is home to the jet-setters and is wellknown for its Balearic beach parties. Some fab restaurants with that ultimate Ibiza ambience.
Es Pujols Bay – Formentera
A small bay and beach with tiny rocky islands and inlets offering exciting areas for snorkelling. A low cliff diving point is also accessible for those with energy to spare.
A little-known uninhabited nature reserve just a few metres off Formentera (with water so shallow ou can walk across). Covered in pure white sand, Espalmador is the stuff of dreams. Its shape provides excellent shelter for boats and creates calm flat warm waters. Don’t forget the famous mud baths... better known for fun than their therapeutic qualities!
Cala Saona Beach Located on the west coast of the island this small but beautiful horseshoe-shaped cove has soft white sand framed by vibrant red rocks, something rarely seen in the local coastal landscapes. Favoured by local residents this beach offers a more family atmosphere.