In Ibiza we have the great luck of having one of the most beautiful seas on the planet: the Mediterranean.
Enjoy it is a must and to do so we have companies from maritime excursions as Captain Nemo.
Based on the Port of San Antonio, leads more than 30 years operating, with what you can do to the idea of broad knowledge who have their patterns of the Ibicenco littoral.
Your program of boat trips is as complete. In it you will find exits towards some of the most beautiful places of Ibiza like es Vedrà, the islet of sa Conillera and Cala Conta or the Margaritas Islands.
Captain Nemo is the name of the boat that will take you along the coast of San Antonio and San Jose. It's about a catamaran with capacity for 150 people, perfectly equipped to make your trip comfortable and safe.
It has fun slides so that you throw yourself to the sea in each of the stops that you make during the journey, as well as stairs. It has a open deck with solarium, music on board and bar service. And, so that you also enjoy the background and you can contemplate the marine fauna of the Mediterranean, Has underwater vision!
To make matters worse, during the tour they will go informing you in several languages about the particularities of the sites you visit.
The prices of the excursions vary depending on the route. The one of is Vedra, which takes place from 10 a.m. to 14 p.m. 39 euros. If you want to go out and see the sunset, is 65 euros and includes a visit to Cala Bassa and Cala Conta, in total there are six hours of excursion. Finally, the visit to the Margaritas Islands with the entrance to the Cap Blanc Aquarium are 29 euros. You can get your tickets at the box office of the Promenade or through your webpage
And, if you prefer, they also offer you the possibility of rent the boat for private events.
Do not miss the opportunity to discover the coast aboard Captain Nemo and do not forget your camera. You can take one of the most beautiful images of your trip to Ibiza.
Captain Nemo's ticket offices are located right on the San Antonio promenade, before reaching the Yacht Club, so there is no loss.