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Boats no license Ibiza for rent – San Antonio



FROM 90€






Begin an exciting adventure in which you will sail on crystal-clear waters, crossing the best coves of Ibiza to discover the magical rock of Es Vedra and explore the mythical natural pools of Atlantis.


Enjoy an exclusive day sailing aboard our private boats to the most mysterious island in Ibiza: Es Vedra. A magical, enigmatic and solitary place that you will have the privilege of visiting aboard one of our boats to anchor next to its crystalline waters and discover the most spectacular Posidonia sea beds in Ibiza. This spectacular boat excursion in Ibiza departs from the port of San Antonio de Portmany. On the way to Es Vedra you can visit the paradisiacal coves of Ibiza, such as Cala Bassa, Cala Conta, Cala Tarida or Cala D,Hort. We will sail between desert islands, authentic paradises of nature, such as Sa Conillera, Isla del Bosque, Espartar… The final destination of our boat excursion in Ibiza, tour the Island of es Vedra, to see this impressive granite mass up close, dive in its crystalline waters, and visit the mystical Atlantis. A magical day where you will see places that can only be visited by boat.






The boat

  • Selva 600 semi-rigid boat
  • Capacity  6 people
  • Engine Suzuki 115 15hp

Meeting point

  • San Antonio de Portamany Ibiza


  • 3,5 hours


  • Captain
  • Fuel
  • Ice cooler
  • Bluetooth speaker
  • Solarium
  • All risk insurance
  • Solarium awning
  • Safety material

Not Included

  • Drinks
  • Foods
  • Towels

How to book

  • To reserve you only have to pay 30%, you pay the rest when you do the activity.
  • You can reserve 30 minutes in advance as long as there is availability.
  • To reserve this activity, select the date, times and places in the attached calendar. You will receive your confirmation immediately.

Free cancellation

  • You can cancel for free up to 3 days before the activity. If you cancel later or do not cancel, you will not be able to pay the reservation money.

Alternative itineraries

  • If the weather conditions are adverse, the company reserves the right to modify the itinerary, or cancel the departure, in which case it will return the amounts paid on account of the reservation.

100% satisfied customers

  • We are the only company in Ibiza that guarantees a refund of your money, in case of cancellation of the reservation due to adverse weather conditions. As we know that the sea is not always as we would like, on those days when the weather advises canceling the departures for safety reasons, we will proceed to change your reservation for another day, or return the reservation to you if it is not possible to reconcile on your part or ours. another date for departure.
  • For us, the most important thing is customer satisfaction. We know how important these days of relaxation are, we are aware of the effort you have made all year to be able to take a holiday in Ibiza, and we make every effort to ensure that you enjoy these days at sea.

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A unique experience

People who have already enjoyed Ibiza

The opinions of people who have already rented a boat without a license with Ibiza Winds.

«We had an incredible time on IbizaWinds' Es Vedrà! The views of the iconic rock formation were breathtaking, and the captain made sure we were comfortable throughout the journey. The sunset was absolutely magical, and the atmosphere on the boat was relaxed and enjoyable. A must-do experience for anyone visiting Ibiza!»

Esther Martínez — Paterna, Spain
«What a blast snorkeling in Es Vedra! The crystal clear waters surrounding the island allowed us to enjoy the marine life below. The captain made the experience unforgettable. This excursion is perfect for nature lovers and those looking for a unique experience.”

Pablo Torres — Cáceres, Spain
«We booked a guided tour to Es Vedrà with IbizaWinds, and it exceeded our expectations. The captain were knowledgeable about the island's. The boat was spacious and comfortable. If you're looking for a well-rounded and informative excursion, IbizaWinds is the way to go!."

Carla López — Estepona, Spain



Our first stop will be a beautiful surprise. If the sea is calm it will allow us to enter a beautiful cave at the entrance to Cala Bassa. One of the most curious places on the north side of the island, a cave with incredible blue waters.


We will continue heading and sail next to Cala Bassa, surely one of the most beautiful and popular coves on the island. Popular not only for its crystal clear waters and white sands, but because there you will find a wonderful beach club, the CBC.


We will continue towards es Vedra, and we will sail next to the island of La Conejera, this beautiful island is part of the protected area formed by the Poniente islets. An authentic virgin paradise in Ibiza. where different species of seabirds nest. If we are lucky we will see dolphins nearby, as they usually roam these waters.


We will have time to take photos next to the Picatxus, curious cliffs formed by the erosion of the rocks that remind us of gigantic chess figures.


Our first stop will be to appreciate this small set of coves, with white sands and turquoise waters. Cala Conta is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places in Ibiza. It is recognized along with Illetas beach in Formentera as one of the 5 best beaches in the Mediterranean.


Cala Conta is simply beautiful. Located very close to the group of islands of Bosque and Conejera, where you can practically walk, its seabed has special colors, due to the purity of the waters. The orography of the terrain creates small coves, separated by cliffs, and always with very little depth which makes it suitable for bathing.


From Cala Conta we have a spectacular view of all the western islands of Ibiza. Even the distant Bledas Islands can be seen clearly. It is an idyllic place for anchoring, and we can anchor in small natural pools surrounded by old fishermen’s houses.


Our second stop will be in Cala Tarida, where we will visit a small natural fishing port. Although Cala Tarida is a beautiful but slightly overcrowded beach, we love visiting this small port, as it is one of those places that are practically inaccessible, and that few people know about. We love to see how fishermen repair their nets and clean the fish, calmly, in a rhythm of life away from everyday stress. It is a way to delve into the culture of the island, and see up close a task that has been learned from parents to children for centuries.


The island of es Vedra is one of the greatest mysteries of Ibiza. Its shape does not perplex anyone. An impressive mountain massif made entirely of limestone rock that is located two kilometers from the west coast of the White Island, near Cala d’Hort. Its height is spectacular, almost 400 meters high, and cliff walls that, seen from the boat, seem endless.

If we see its seabed we are also impressed, since Es Vedra emerges from the depths of the sea, its cliffs burst from the bottom of its crystalline waters, and are a place with enormous underwater life.


But apart from its impressive morphology,. Es Vedra is an island surrounded by stories of legends and myths, which come from ancient times, and date back to the Phoenician culture. Es Vedra is considered to be the third most magnetic place in the world, only surpassed by the North Pole and the Bermuda Triangle.

One of the myths places es Vedra and nearby Atlantis as the tip of the submerged civilization of Atlantis. The island is considered a source of inspiring energy and positive healing powers. Many legends have been written about it, some people have even claimed in recent years to have seen the presence of UFOs above it.


When we approach es Vedra sailing, the first impression we receive is that of arriving at an unusual place, the wind increases and the sea becomes rough. This must have happened to the Phoenicians who, after sailing under the shadow of the Es Vedrá rock, decided to establish one of their most important colonies in the Mediterranean there. They soon found sacred places where they contacted their gods, the same beautiful enclaves that travelers who wish to be initiated into the mysteries of the powerful goddess Tanit can visit today.


Es Vedra is said to be the birthplace of the Phoenician goddess Tanit, it has also been mentioned that this ancient island was the home of the sea nymphs and mermaids who tempted the great Ulysses in Homer’s Odyssey from his ship.


Ybshm or Iboshim (from which the name Ibiza, officially Eivissa, comes from) was dedicated by the Phoenicians to the god Bes. It was a fun deity from the Egyptian pantheon, which was adopted by many peoples. However, the goddess who determined the magical and sacred life of the Pitiusan Islands was Tanit, written Tnt in Phoenician.


It is said that she was the wife of the Chaldean Baal, and that she could even be the female manifestation of her. Some considered her a “wall” goddess, which is one who sits next to her husband, although at a slightly lower level. It is very possible that the first embodied the most luminous aspects of cults that had the darkest, initiatory and esoteric side of her, as we can deduce if we look at her origin.


The antecedents of this goddess who headed the Punic pantheon are found in the Phoenician Ashtart-Astarte, the Sumerian Inanna or the Akkadian Ishtar. All of them were goddesses of fertility and carnal pleasures, although their cults evolved to become especially bloody. As goddesses of war, her anger had to be appeased with the lives of animals and enemies, but also, on occasions, with those of her children. She was represented covered with subtle veils, which sensually highlighted her feminine characteristics. . T


One person responsible, without even knowing it, for the climate of spirituality in the area and for the fact that, little by little, the ‘legend’ about Es Vedrà grew is Father Carmelita Francisco Palau, who was in that rock as a hermit in the second half of the 20th century. XVIII, after being exiled to Ibiza from Catalonia.”


This whole series of legends had a deep impact on a society that at the same time was experiencing the phenomenon of hippies on islands whose beaches were visited by members of Pink Floyd, Deep Purple, Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, Bob Marley… In a generation that was giving way to another more romantic but also more mystical, and which in the 80s followed the teachings of the Tibetan lamas in Sant Llorenc, or the gurus of Transcendental Meditation in Sant Miquel, and whose next step would be represented in the 90s by the new age with all its load of esotericism, mysticism, heterogeneous beliefs, meditations or Wicca rituals on full moon nights on the beach of Cala d”Hort.


Many have heard about the magic that the Atlantis area has, but countless legends are woven about this place.

Atlantis, also known as Sa Pedrera, is a quarry that dates back to the time of the Phoenicians, and from which the stone is said to have been extracted to build the walls of Ibiza. The sandstone rock was cut following the natural shape of the strata of the terrain, and through long channels it was towed to the sea, where it was shipped aboard sailing ships for transport.

This work has created a series of extraordinary spaces, cavities and small natural pools, invaded by crystalline water, which create a unique environment in the world.


Perhaps for this reason, and as a result of Phoenician traditions, which claim that the goddess Tanit landed here, Atlantis long ago became a place of worship. In the 60s, many hippies inhabited its natural caves, and turned Atlantis into a magical destination where they could celebrate their purification rituals.

Part of the charm of Atlantis is found in the intervention of the human hand and nature. Along with the excavation of the quarries, in Atlantis we find sculptures carved in the Sand. An enormous bas-relief of Sidharta is a place of pilgrimage and daily devotion.


The cliffs of Atlantis are a nesting place for birds, but very popular for climbing.


Some historians place the location of Atlantis, the lost kingdom described by Plato, in Atlantis. According to the philosopher, Atlantis was larger than Asia and was located beyond the Pillars of Hercules, which indicated that its location was in the Atlantic Ocean. According to legends, Atlantis sank about 15 thousand years ago, due to planetary events that affected the earth. Like this, there are a series of myths and legends that surround the emergence of this area located in the vicinity of the sea.

Be that as it may, Atlantis is a spectacular place, and of such special beauty that we cannot find anywhere else in Ibiza.