This Spain’s Hottest Yachting Destination: Ibiza
The non-stop party island
Known as the world capital of the most exciting parties and luxury lifestyle, Ibiza is a Mecca for hedonists from all around the globe, according to our luxury travel magazine. Because yachting is a common type of luxury vacation here, there are numerous marinas for boats of various types and sizes. From July to August, you can expect to see celebrities such as Rihanna and billionaires such as Lakshmi Mittal relaxing on their superyachts in an Ibiza marina.
The main superyacht marinas are located in Ibiza itself. San Antonio is more of a mooring for charter boats and smaller yachts in the west, whereas Santa Eulalia is unquestionably more of a family resort in the east. The real glitz and glamour, however, revolves around the Ibiza Magna, Marina Ibiza, and Marina Botafoch, all of which are located in the town of Ibiza. Ibiza Magna is known throughout the world as one of the most expensive marinas in the world, and it is located just minutes away from the beautiful Dalt Vila and the infamous nightclub Pacha, where celebrities from all over the world gather to celebrate life with handcrafted cocktails and world-class DJs.
Many high-net-worth individuals stay in their own private villas on the island, but there are plenty of other options for a luxurious stay if you know where to look. We have saved you time by locating the best locations for an opulent vacation with unparalleled comfort:
Six Senses Ibiza 5* – a much-loved bohemian resort
Hacienda Na Xamena 5* – the oldest 5-star hotel on the island
Casa Maca 4* – an upscale stay with quintessential Balearic spirit
Nobu Hotel Ibiza Bay 5* – an elegant resort with a culinary twist
Pure House Ibiza – deluxe décor and peerless chilled vibes
You will not go hungry if you visit Ibiza. You could spend an entire month on the island and only scratch the surface of Ibiza’s top foodie destinations. Local and international chefs have created a diverse and expanding gourmet paradise, making it difficult to decide where not to go. Prepare your taste buds for the ultimate flavours at the island’s best restaurants:
Es Tragón* and La Gaia by Óscar Molina* – Michelin dishes with a local flair
Amalur – a relatively new trendy place with creative Basque cuisine
Laylah – an exciting cocktail menu and delicious plates to share
Taller de Tapas – local ingredients with a Scandinavian twist
La Paloma – Ibiza’s most critically acclaimed culinary hotspot for 16 years
Wondering what else you can do?
Arrange a private Ses Illetes Beach Formentera Catamaran Tour.
Emonk Ibiza, Mayurka Ibiza, Antonioli, and reVOLVER are all great places to shop.
For local wine tasting, go to Can Maymo, Sa Cova Winery, or Can Rich de Buscastell.
Experience Ibiza’s sunsets from a scenic location or from your yacht.
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