Geographical AreaThe Balearic Islands
LatitudeLat 38� 54' 49'' N
LongitudeLong 1� 26' 9'' E
Fax Number+34 971194335
AddressAvenida de Santa Eulària des Riu
Maximum Draught2 m
Max Boat Length18 m
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The Nautical Club of Ibiza is located within the port area of Puerto de Ibiza, in the department of Eivissa, along the southern coast of the island.
The Club celebrated its nineteenth birthday in February 2015 and is the second oldest port on the island (after Ciutadella).
The port has 300 mooring berths, 270 of which are normally reserved for club members. Each station is equipped with an electric power supply and a drinking water supply. Customers can also use the showers, toilets, changing rooms and a team of experts who deal with the cleaning and maintenance of the hulls. In addition, the club has a workshop for repairs on boats with a crane that can lift boats up to twelve tons, a ten meters ramp and an area of storage, designed to assist its club members and boaters passing through.
Club Nàutic Ibiza can accommodate boats of a maximum length of 18 meters. The maximum permitted draft for boats in transit in the landing area is two meters. There is no petrol station in the area but you can find it in the vicinity of the nearby Puerto Deportivo de Ibiza Nueva. The Club offers sailing courses of every level (intended for children, boys and adults) and is the backdrop to numerous nautical events, races and races throughout the year.
The central location of Ibiza's (Eivissa) points of interest and the good connections with the other islands of the Balearic archipelago make this landmark a destination, especially in the summer season. In the immediate surrounding area of the port, you can find hotels, supermarkets, fast food, restaurants and shops, as well as the headquarters of the University of the Balearic Islands and a hospital.
Moving around the city of Ibiza, you can go to Ibiza Cathedral, the Casa Broner Museum, and the Monográfico Museum and Necrópolis Púnica de Puig des Molins Museum and the Archaeological Museum. The old town is called Dalt Vila and is located on the top of a hill. It dates back to the 16th century, but was erected on the remains of the ancient Punic settlement.
One of the closest beaches to Club Nàutic Ibiza is that of Cala Talamanca. It is a sandy beach, nearly a kilometer long, with some rocky agglomerations, and is included in the urban agglomeration. Its calm, crystalline waters and the sheltered location make it a popular destination for families. It is the largest beach in the department of Eivissa and has shallow backdrops, sandy and covered with algae, which make it possible to fund with small boats. The beach is predisposed for access for disabled people and offers the possibility of renting beach equipment such as sun loungers and umbrellas.
Platja d'en Bossa is about 2.5 km from the center of Ibiza. It is a fine sand beach, oriented to the east, with low backdrops. The sustained winds that sweep it make it a popular destination for windsurfers. To the south of the beach, there is the best area where you can anchor, with sandy bottoms with algae and a depth ranging from four to seven meters. Being easy to reach, whether by foot from the city center of Ibiza, or by bike or by bus makes, it is very popular during the summer months.
The third beach of the Eivissa Commune (quite close to Club Nàutic Ibiza) is Ses Figueretes. It is always a large and fine sand beach, easily accessible from the mainland and embedded in the urban area. Here you can rent beach equipment and enjoy a beautiful view of the ancient city of Dalt Vila.