Small Ports of Ibiza
In addition to the main ports and Marinas, already mentioned,
one of the real Ibiza pleasures is navigating its waters,
to find the best places to anchor and spend the night on board,
or at any of the nearby villages.
Anchoring can be done in many small ports offering security for
the night, safe from winds or storm.
From the natural sea port Port de Sant Miquel,
north of the island, (formerly a traditional place of shipment of agricultural
products, exported off the island by sea), sailing eastward, to continue the tour of the island you’ll find
Benirràs , Cala des Porcs , Portinatx, Cala Sant Vicent, (passing
Santa Eulalia), Cala Llonga (passing Ibiza),
Purroig, Cala Vedella, Port des Torrent (passing Sant Antoni), Cala Salada and
finally Cala Portitxol.
* The main warning for anchoring:
Keep away from Posidonia Oceanica fields.
The prairies of this plant, not algae, are primarily responsible
for cleaning the waters of Ibiza, being considered, along with
landmarks of the island, a Human Heritage Site.
At these natural harbors, and others (Cala Martina ,
Talamanca, Figueretes, etc.) you will find piers, being
starting point of many small cruises sailing to other parts of
the Ibiza coast or where you can rent boats as a charter to make
excursions off the amazing coast of Ibiza or to the islands
Along the coast line you will find many companies dedicated to water sports,
such as sailing and diving.