GUIDE MARINAS – Super Yachts Port
The newly-established Super Yachts Port is in Ibiza Town, capable of accommodating the largest and most impressive of the super yacht fleet, up to an incredible 185m in length. Situated just after Ibiza Magna underneath the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Dalt Villa, this is a state of the art marina, making it possibly for the very finest of vessels to visit the beautiful island of Ibiza.
This new marina exists solely to harbor the world’s largest superyachts and is the epitome of world-class luxury yachting. The port maintains exceptional mooring exclusivity due to the restricted number of super yachts berths available.
The most coveted chartered super yachts use Ibiza Super Yachts Port as their base, taking privileged guests to famous Illetas Beach in Formentera or around to Cala Jondal or as a glorious launch point for multi-destination adventures. For the most exclusive super yacht charters, this is the place to start.
It’s hard to miss the striking silhouette of the 143m, Philippe Starck-designed Sailing Megayacht ‘A’ when she’s in port. Or the 155ft Sunseeker ‘Arados’ – a zen-themed, frequent visitor to Ibiza. Crowds flock to get a glimpse at these regal maritime giants as our clients set off on their unrivalled charters from this incredible port.
MEETING POINTS & RESTAURANTS
Dotted with amazing bars and little restaurants, the marina and the small roads, which meander up to the castle itself, offer inviting spaces in which to take a rest and enjoy the beautiful view of the luxury yachts and blue seas of the marina below. Any of the bars and restaurants which line Ibiza Magna are ideal for meeting pre-departure, or for an evening meal or cocktail on your return whilst watching the world go by.
LOCATION & DIRECTIONS
The Super Ibiza Magna is the marina that lays underneath Dalt Villa. Follow the road to Ibiza and the signposted indications to the PORT.
Parking spots are restricted inside the Marina; our recommendation is to use the main large Ibiza Town car park. It’s well signposted all around the port area.
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