The four largest islands are Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza, and Formentera. Many minor islands and islets are close to the larger islands, including Cabrera, Dragonera, and S'Espalmador. The islands have a Mediterranean climate, and the four major islands are all popular tourist destinations. Ibiza, in particular, is known as an international party destination, attracting many of the world's most popular DJs to its nightclubs. The islands' culture and cuisine are similar to those of the rest of Spain but have their own distinctive features.
The islands are not just about beaches. In fact, Ibiza and its culture for example, the old city of Ibiza, is an extraordinary example of Renaissance military architecture and the cultural landscape of the Serra de Tramuntana located in Majorca and home to fascinating monuments and towns such as Sóller, Valldemossa and Pollença.
Discovering the islands by sailing boat
If you dream of discovering the islands by sailing boat, at boat rental ibiza, you can hire one with or without a captain and crew or, if you prefer, book a place or a cabin on one. Always have a look at the options available at all the marinas since there tends to be a wide selection of regatta, classic, schooner boats. Bear in mind too that the features of the vessel that is, length, draught, number of beds, cabins and bathrooms, and the equipment that is GPS, VHF radio, guide and charts and the available extras that is provisions, final cleaning, bed line. In broad strokes, sailboats that travel along the coast tend to have three to five cabins, a couple of bathrooms, a kitchen and, of course, a deck for sunbathing. In terms of prices, they tend to be lower than boats with an engine due to the lower fuel costs. Depending on the type of trip you have in mind, you'll need either a shorter vessel designed for just a few passengers that is travelling as a family or a larger vessel designed for groups.