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Rental Yatch and Sailboat in Ibiza y Formentera

Get to know Ibiza on a vibrant journey with Poseidon Week and Embark on an adventure full of rhythm and energy aboard our luxury yachts and discover the essence of Ibiza on a 7 days and 6 nights trip. Explore the paradisiacal beaches with their crystal clear waters and white sand, explore the charming villages with their cobblestone streets and traditional houses, delight your palate with the delicious Ibicencan gastronomy and live the local culture in its festivals and traditions.

Poseidon Week offers you a unique and unrepeatable experience. A trip full of relaxation, fun, culture and emotions that will make you feel like a real Ibicenco.

Ibiza, famous for its vibrant nightlife and Formentera, known for its dreamy beaches. Both places are a paradise for sun and nature lovers. In addition, their rich history and culture will surprise you.

Highlights Ibiza y Formentera

These islands have beautiful coves and beaches all along their coastline, with stunning sunsets that colour their crystal clear waters and golden sands:

  • Cala Bassa: it is located in the west of Ibiza and is surrounded by a dense pine forest, whose calm waters simulate an enormous natural swimming pool.
  • Cala Conta: surrounded by fine, pearly sands and turquoise waters. It is very popular with tourists during the holidays.
  • Cala Gracioneta: it is a beautiful cove of small size, with a striking and intense turquoise colouring in its calm waters.
  • Cala Llenya: sheltered by a leafy pine forest, its waters are clear and with a strong swell, ideal for surfing.
  • Cala Llonga: It is located in a deep inlet, close to Santa Eulalia. It is a quiet beach with easy access.
  • Cala de San Vicente: its warm blue waters are guarded by pine-covered mountains. It is located to the northwest of Ibiza. It has good services on the terraces of the promenade.
  • Cala Portinatx: it is an urbanised cove with clear waters and golden sands, conserving its natural charm.
  • Cala Salada and Cala Saladeta: paradisiacal coves surrounded by a beautiful green environment, considered one of the best beaches in Ibiza.
  • Cala Vadea: located in the southwest of Ibiza, in a quiet sea inlet and surrounded by rocky walls, a spectacle of nature.
  • Figueretas: it is located in the town centre of Ibiza, and is one of the most visited beaches on the island. It is made up of a group of coves and is equipped with good services for users and visitors.
  • Las Salinas beach: it is located in the Ses Salines National Park. It is one of the most popular beaches in Ibiza with celebrities and public figures.
  • Playa d’en Bossa: it has a lively and party atmosphere, due to the clubs near the beach. It has quiet areas to enjoy a relaxing day by the sea.
  • Sa Caleta or Es Bol Nos: it has steep cliffs with rocks and reddish-coloured sands, which give a cosy effect to the place.
  • Cala Saona: a beach wedged between two cliffs, covered with fine white sand, guarded by a beautiful dune system and a leafy pine forest. It is very busy, with a high influx of tourists. Ideal for diving.
  • Es Arenals: beach located in the southwest area of Formentera. A natural environment made up of an extensive stretch of coastline, with crystal-clear, calm waters that are ideal for snorkelling.
  • Es Pujols: this is one of the most popular beaches on Formentera, with slopes of fine golden sand, calm waters and a gentle slope, reaching a depth of 1.5 metres at 50 metres from the shore.
  • Llevant: beach with fine white sand, dune vegetation and strong winds in summer, with powerful waves.
  • Set billetes: natural environment that forms part of the Ses Salines Natural Area of Special Interest. One of the favorite places for scuba divers to practice scuba diving in this beautiful and paradisiacal place.

Historic centre of Dalt Vila: it is an old city surrounded by imposing Renaissance walls, declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.

  • Can Marcá Cave: a beautiful natural enclave more than a thousand years old, located inside a cliff in Port de Sant Miquel. It has impressive natural formations such as stalactites, stalagmites, lakes and waterfalls.
  • Islote de Es Vedrá: this is a colossal rock pyramid that rises 400 metres above sea level. It is located in the southwest of Ibiza, opposite Cala d’Hort. This nature reserve is renowned for its ecological value and energy-accumulating properties.
  • Ses Salines Natural Park: this is a protected area located between Ibiza and Formentera, covering an area of 16,000 hectares.
  • Es Cap de Barbaria: it is located on the southwest end of Formentera, on a cliff 100 metres above sea level. In its surroundings is La Cova Foradada, a grotto that leads to a large viewpoint. It is ideal for watching the sunsets.
  • Lighthouse of La Mola: one of the most important tourist attractions, with impressive views of the Mediterranean, located on the edge of a cliff 120 metres above sea level. It has a cultural space for the dissemination of the island’s maritime heritage (exhibition area, space for concerts).
  • Mirador de Formentera: this is an obligatory tourist stop located to the east of Formentera, to admire the whole of the island. One of the best times to visit it is at the end of the day, to contemplate the reddish tones of the landscape at sunset.
  • Mills: one of the architectural and iconic elements of the island, reflecting the history and importance of wheat production on the island. There are 7 imposing windmills for grinding grain.
  • Defense Towers: The island of Formentera has an ancient system of defensive towers built in the 18th century, distributed along the coast: Torre de Sa Guardiola, Torre de Punta Prima, Torre Des Pi Des Català or Torre de Migjorn, Torre des Garroveret and Torre de Sa Gavina. Their main objective was to protect the island from possible pirate raids from North Africa, which frequently attacked the Mediterranean coasts.
  • Ball Pagès: this is an ancestral dance that is celebrated to the music of drums, flutes and castanets. The women are the main protagonists, dressed in their traditional costumes.
  • Festival de Ball I Cançons de la Nostra Terra (Sant Antoni de Portmany): held in January, this
    is one of the most symbolic festivals on Ibiza, with its traditional Ibizan folk dancing.
  • Fiesta Anar a Maig (Santa Eulària des Riu): held on the first Sunday in May, whose main attraction is the parade of decorated cars, as well as the locals wearing the typical costumes of the island.
  • Fiestas de los Tambores de Benirrás:an authentic hippie atmosphere on the beach, with this drumming party that takes place on Sunday afternoons during the summer.
  • Fiestas de San José de Sa Talaia: this festivity includes an extensive and varied program: live musical performances, competitions, shows, plays for the whole family, exhibitions, excursions, book presentations and sports competitions.
  • Fiestas del Carmen: on the 16th of July, homage is paid to the Virgen del Carmen, patron saint of the sea. A nautical procession takes place, with the participation of boats that accompany the
    virgin leaving the port, throwing a wreath of flowers into the sea.
  • Sant Francesc Xavier: Sant Francesc Xavier is the patron saint of the island’s capital, celebrating the festivity on 3rd December with masses, religious acts and the traditional Ballada or Ball Pagés, a typical folk dance of the island.
  • Sant Jaume: Sant Jaume is the patron saint of Formentera. It is a very special holiday that is
    celebrated on 25th July, with a big party in the village of San Francisco.
  • Sant Joan: it is a magical night that celebrates the traditional bonfires on the 24th of June in La
    Mola. Objects are burnt as a symbol of purification and renewal of energy.
  • Santa María: this is an itinerant festival held every 5th August in a different village on the island.
    There is a tasting competition of local wines made by the island’s inhabitants, ending in the evening with live music and dancing.
  • Arrós de Matances: typical Ibizan winter dish, made with rice and pork.
  • Borrida de Ratjada: a dish made with stingray.
  • Bullit de Peix: fish stew
  • Flaó: cheesecake
  • Frita de calamar ibicenca: with squid, peppers and potatoes.
  • Hierbas Ibiscencas: an aniseed-flavoured spirit drink made from extracts of various local plants: thyme, rosemary, juniper, mint, lemon and orange tree leaves, lemon verbena.
  • Sobrasada Ibicenca y butifarró: raw cured sausages made from pork.
  • Sofrit pagés: made with lamb, chicken or both.
  • Tonyina a l’eivissenca: dish made with tuna. maincourse, prepared with squid, butifarra sausage,
    sobrassada and white wine.
  • Frit de Bestiar: fried lamb ribs with potatoes, tomatoes and peppers.
  • Ensalada Payesa: prepared with dried fish (Peix Sec), bescuit (bread), tomatoes, peppers and potatoes.
  • Frita de Pulpo: prepared with octopus, potatoes, peppers and sweet or spicy paprika.
  • Fish stew (Bullit de Peix): traditional Ibizan recipe based on chopped rock fish, potatoes and fumet or fish stock.
  • Greixonera: a delicious ensaimada pudding.
  • Ibiza Medieval (May): popular fair with craft markets, food stalls, performances by magicians, puppets, jesters, minstrels and jugglers from the Middle Ages.
  • F e s t i v a l E i v i s s a J a z z ( August- September): with the participation of bands and great jazz performers and other established musical styles (soul, swing, jazz fusion and blues).
  • Festival Sueños de Libertad Ibiza – SDL (June): one of the most important festivals in Ibiza, with indie and alternative music, rock, pop, art, gastronomy, among other activities..
  • Pasarela Adlib: this is one of the most popular events of the summer in Ibiza. It showcases the latest Adlib trends and designers.
  • Patrimonio Gastronómico (February and March): high quality menus at an exceptional price, cooking workshops for professionals and the general public.
  • Formentera 2.0 (may): event dedicated to fans of digital culture. Various activities are held, including talks, debates and presentations on communication, marketing, creativity, branding, social
    media, big data, among other topics, with a 360o vision.
  • Formentera Gastronómica (May): event with themed dinners, workshops and much more.
  • Formentera Fotográfica (May): activity aimed at photography enthusiasts, with workshops and presentations by leading photographers and image experts.
  • Congress VYCO ( June ) : i s a n International Travel and Communications Congress that brings together the most talented content creators and travel journalists.
  • Formentera Jazz Festival (junio): an annual contemporary jazz festival held in open-air spaces on the island
  • Formentera Tango World (september): an event that brings together the best tango masters, with dance classes, milonga evenings with exhibitions and live music, as well as free concerts.
  • Formentera Zen (October): event related to health and well-being, physical and emotional. It includes various outdoor activities in disciplines such as yoga, fitness, meditation and mindfulness.
  • Clubes privados y discotecas: with the best fun, dancing, live music and renowned DJs: Hi Ibiza. Ushuaia Ibiza, Eden Ibiza, Club Chinois Ibiza, Tox Ibiza, Pacha Ibiza, Hard Rock Hotel Ibiza, Akasha Ibiza, Las Dalias Club, Baloo Ibiza, Teatro Ibiza.
  • Mercadillos de Ibiza: the hippie markets are world famous for their products: clothes, crafts, food and music (Sant Jordi, Forada, Las Dalias).
  • Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Ibiza: exhibits permanent and temporary exhibitions, with works by local and foreign artists.
  • Pistas de baile y discotecas: with several options to choose from on the island, the nights in Ibiza are fantastic. Music, dancing, shows and fun everywhere, with the  participation of famous national and internationally renowned DJs.
  • Zona del Puerto de Ibiza: for tourists who love nightlife, this is the ideal place to enjoy dancing and good music.
  • Club Tennis Illa de Formentera.
  • Gecko Beach Club.
  • Club Padel Illa de Formentera.

What's included in the Yacht and Sailboat Rentals de Poseidon Week

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7 days and 6 nigths

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Towels and bed linen

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