Mallorca and Ibiza
The two islands Ibiza and Mallorca are located on the west side of the Mediterranean Sea. These Spanish islands are part of an archipelago off the east coast of Spain. In total, there are 151 small islands that form the Balearics together. Most of those small islands are uninhabited, but the four main islands that are inhabited are famous travel destinations. The most well-known islands are Mallorca and Ibiza. Both islands are provided with top-notch marinas in which Direct Berth actively operates.
The word ‘Mediterranean’ is quite a self-explanatory term. If you break up the word, you’ll find that the Latin words ‘medius’ and ‘terra’ are incorporated. Medius means middle and terra means land or earth in Latin. The term Mediterranean itself derives from the Latin word ‘mediterraneus’, which means ‘inland’. This sea is almost entirely surrounded by land. The European continent on its north, the African content on its south, and the Asian continent on its east side. The Mediterranean Sea has a gateway to the Atlantic Ocean between Spain and Morocco. This gateway is called the Strait of Gibraltar and is a very narrow channel of 13 kilometers in width. Back in the ancient days, this channel was like a superhighway for transport by water. Because of this, the trading business could bloom within this region. Not only products were being traded, but also cultural exchanges were made possible. Nowadays, people still love to visit the Mediterranean because of the many possibilities the region has to offer. Especially people with yachts or boats adore the Mediterranean Sea because they can easily ‘hop’ from island to island or even from country to country.
The Balearics are a Spanish island group in which Mallorca and Ibiza are located. These two islands are famous all over the world for their stunning nature, sandy beaches, and vibrant nightlife. Especially Ibiza is popular for its clubs, parties, and festivals during the summertime. The islands are beautiful with lots of fun activities to do during the day. There are more than enough high-quality restaurants that serve delicious food inspired by the Mediterranean cuisine. However, these islands are so popular that getting a berth for your yacht can be difficult. Especially during the summer when the demand is higher than the supply. Therefore, it is highly recommended to start early with your search for a berth in the Balearics.
The marinas in Ibiza and Mallorca
Direct Berth is active in the best marinas in the Mediterranean. From the east side of the Mediterranean to the west side Direct Berth offers you different berths for your yachts. Not only different locations are available with us, but also different yacht lengths are available for sale and rent. Direct Berth has berths in about seven different marinas separated over the two islands Ibiza and Mallorca. If you are looking for a berth for your yacht and you’re interested in either Mallorca or Ibiza as a location for that berth, then do not hesitate to contact us. We’d love to help you make the right decision for your perfect berth.
Find your berth
We love sharing our expertise and extensive knowledge with our customers, so they’ll find the best berth match. At Direct Berth, we offer you the personal service you require in order to make the right decision. With many berths in several marinas, we make it our mission to find the best berth for you and your yacht. Therefore, we believe in working together with our customers to build trust before sealing the best deal for them.
Your one-call service
If you’re thinking of purchasing or renting a berth in Mallorca or Ibiza, you can contact us in several ways. For specific questions, you can fill out the contact form to quickly get in touch with us. Also, you can email us or simply give us a call.