Sail around Ibiza in September and extend the enjoyment of summer!
Sailing around Ibiza is always an unforgettable experience. But sailing around Ibiza in September, when the weather is still good and the frenzied tourists of July and August have already left, will allow you to enjoy your holidays in a more peaceful, relaxed and economical way!
If you are thinking about the possibility of spending a few days sailing through the Mediterranean to explore the routes of Ibiza and get to know the paradisiacal and wild coves of Formentera, dare to do it in September. In addition to prolonging the fun of the summer, you will be able to appreciate more calmly the charms that make this archipelago a special place.
Ready to extend the summer break into fall? We leave you our 5 reasons to navigate Ibiza in September:
The Ibizan climate has nothing to envy that of the Caribbean. Highs in July and August range from 29 to 32 degrees Celsius, but in September they drop to a delightful 27 degrees, far from the sweltering extremes of peak season. Even if you dare to go in October or November you will get a cool climate that will not exceed 24 degrees. They are ideal temperatures to spend more time outdoors without the risk of heatstroke and suffocating hot flashes!
THERE ARE LESS PEOPLE
How cool is a deserted cove, yes! In September, when everyone is packing to get back to the routine, you will be enjoying Ibiza without fuss, jostling, or traffic jams. Whether you go on excursions to Formentera by motorboat, take a ride aboard a Lagoon catamaran or go on a jet ski, Ibiza offers its best side in autumn because the atmosphere is more relaxed and of course, prices drop.
If you are looking for is practicing water sports such as jet-surfing, banana trips, snorkeling or diving, you will find multiple options practically around the corner. And since the clubs are usually open until the bridge of November, you have party places available with less noise, but the same summer spirit.
YOU WILL GET BETTER CONDITIONS FOR THE RENTAL OF THE BOATS
Ask about the charters in Ibiza and you will be surprised with the difference in prices compared to the high season! In September and October, you will find offers for one-week sailing or luxury boat routes, with departures from San Antonio and Santa Eulalia. You also have the option of renting small motorcycles for Day Charter, ideal for exploring the calm waters of Formentera and lingering around the entire sailing area, which goes from the island of Espalmador to Cala Saona.
Some boat rental services include transfers from Ibiza airport by car, taxi and minibus, special for events and VIP. Take the opportunity to give yourself the pleasure of moving around the island in total comfort.
YOU WILL HAVE MORE SPACE TO ANCHOR
As you know, Ibiza and Formentera are a paradise to navigate their calm waters, but it is important to find good places to anchor, anticipating risks of sudden changes in wind and tide during the early morning. As the water temperature is warm in September, after a quiet night onboard you can take the first dip before breakfast, happy to swim without too many boats around.
If you stay in Ibiza you can safely anchor in Cala Portitxol, Port Roig and Cala Jondal. If you decide to go to Formentera and spend the night by boat, try the Puerto de Espalmador or Es Pujols.
THERE ARE CHEAP FLIGHTS FROM THE PENINSULA
As of September 15, many airlines show a significant decrease in their rates from the peninsula: from 20% to 50%. The suggestion is to look for deals on flights to Ibiza well in advance and make your reservation online when you see the best opportunity for your pocket. You can also travel by ferry from Dénia to Ibiza or Formentera. Some companies offer up to 10 weekly crossings with a wide range of schedules and prices.
Remember that when the season ends in Ibiza, the enjoyment continues in the Canary Islands, where there is good weather for sailing throughout the year. Anticipate and take a look at the fleet and the boat rental options in Lanzarote and Fuerteventura and take advantage of each day of autumn in the waters of the Mediterranean!
Spanish text writer:
Teresa De Vincenzo