The Marina Botafoch lies on the northern side of the Port of Ibiza and is a renowned yacht charter destination in the Balearic.
It is a beautiful marina which can easily accommodate up to 428 berths having a maximum length from 6m to 30m long. The Marina Botafoch is also within easy distance to Club Nautico de San Antonio de Abad and Marina Formentera Mar in Sant Francesc in Formentera.
Across from the Port of Ibiza, you will see the fabulous casinos of Pacha and El Divino and also the luxury marina of Ibiza Nueva which are graced with many floating palaces from Ibiza jet set regulars.
During your visit to the area, you are recommended to stroll around the many quays and jetties of the marina where you see some of the biggest pleasure yachts you have ever seen, and some scantily-clad of sun worshippers who adorn the cushioned decks.
Along the marina, you will find numerous cafes and restaurants where you can also enjoy the spectacular views in an authentic atmosphere.
During your visit in the area, you will have the opportunity to sail towards some popular and interesting towns nearby like Cala Sant Francesc (Cala Bona) which is renowned for its sandy beach which is very popular among the locals.
You can also sail towards Ibiza town which is famous for its nightlife and numerous interesting sites that are worth visiting.
However the most obvious attractions in the area are its beaches, it is dotted with more than 200km of coastline with abundant scuba diving opportunities.
You are particularly recommended to visit the Old Town which is lined with many picturesque cobbled lanes that will lead you to some ancient courtyards with various buildings that date from the 10th century.
Continuing your route further up the coast, you will come across the charming village of Santa Eutalia which is well-known for its excellent beaches and also its proximity to the Caves of Can Marca.
You are also recommended not to miss the most famous landmarks such as the salt flats called La Salinas which lies on the southernmost tip of the island.
La Salinas are very old salt pans which have been used for more than 2000 years since the times of the colonists, the Carthaginians who called the salt in the area as the White Gold.