Dear owners, users and friends of Marina de Botafoch ,

I welcome you to this new space of communication and participation through which we want to share with you the work we have been doing in Marina de Botafoch.

In 2016, we assumed with enthusiasm and commitment the management of this pioneering and emblematic Marina, founded 35 years ago by Mr. Enrique Fajarnés Ferrer, to carry out a future project for Marina de Botafoch: a renovated, integrating and reference port space between the marinas of our environment.

In these moments we face an important challenge. We have presented to the Administration a proposal that aims for a Marina that is more open, more modern and more sustainable, that wants to reinforce its sporting and family nature and, as an essentially Ibiza, will always be open to the diversity of cultures that have been part of our idiosyncrasy.

The entire team that makes up Marina Botafoch takes on this challenge with effort and honesty. In this renewal process we would like to have all of you for which we invite you to know first-hand the proposal presented to public institutions. Because in this envite we are and we all count.

We also open this page to share with you the daily life of Botafoch: its novelties, events and nautical, social and cultural activities. A watchtower from which to show you the excellent services and products offered by companies and businesses rooted in Botafoch.

On behalf of the Board of Directors of Puerto Deportivo Botafoch I remain personally at your disposal and I would especially appreciate any suggestions for improvement that you would like us to provide, both for the day-to-day management of the Navy and for the renovation project we are promoting for Marina of Botafoch.


Nicolás Mayol Comas



Botafoch Ibiza is a marina that was built in 1984, through an administrative concession from the Government of Spain. Since then, every year we welcome more than 2,000 recreational boats a year and more than 50,000 people visit us. During these more than 30 years, the marina has been growing as tourist demand has increased. 

Ibiza has been a point of interest for man for thousands of years. Carthaginians, Phoenicians and Romans set their eyes on it as a strategic place for trade in the Mediterranean. During the Middle Ages, he also received visits from the barbarians, Visigoths and Muslims.However, if for some reason it is known Ibiza is for the hippie movement that saw on the island the ideal place to settle and escape from the political tension that was then experienced. 

Marina Map



VHF 9 Channel


Lat. 38º 54’ 5’’ N – Long. 1º 26’ 8’’ E


Maximum Length

30 Meters


95 Octane Unleaded Gasoline and Diesel A


428 moorings


Wifi network access at all moorings

Marina Botafoch Ibiza Card

  • Water and electricity (220 v in berths up to 25 meters 220v-380v in moorings of 30 meters and in the outer dock).
  • Telephone and Internet with wifi network.
  • Switchboard with 24 hour service in high season (from May to October).
  • All ties have dead, chain and guide. Anchoring throughout the port is prohibited.
  • Seafaring service from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. in low season (from November to April) and from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. in high season (from May to October).

The marina has a petrol station that serves 95-octane unleaded petrol and diesel A. The moorings for boats from 16 meters have a direct take of diesel at the berth itself.

Timetable in high season (from May to October)
MONDAY TO SUNDAY: From 09:00 to 15:00 and from 16:00 to 21:00

Schedule in low season (from November to April)
MONDAY TO FRIDAY: From 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Ibiza Botafoch has a launching and launching service for boats with a 60-ton travel lift and a 5-ton forklift. The service includes:

  • Stay on land.
  • Rental of pressurized machine for helmet cleaning.
  • Towing of boats (interior of the port).
  • Supply of water and electricity at 220 v and 380 v. (without counter, price per day).

Varadero schedule
MONDAY TO FRIDAY: 08:30 AM to 1:00 PM and 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM
SATURDAYS: FROM 08:30 TO 11:00

General rules

The stranded or any other service must be requested at the port offices, by means of the form that will be provided in the same, indicating the estimated term of stay on land.

It is recommended that the grounding be carried out with the minimum possible fuel on board. It is also recommended to disembark heavy materials that are not essential.

When the period of stay on land by stranded of any vessel is extended unjustifiably (taking into account the type of boat, the services requested and the period of time originally scheduled) the administration of the Port reserves the right to apply tariffs extraordinary, higher than normal and require the owner of the boat to perform the launch of it.

Prior to the launch or exit of dry dock, the corresponding invoice for the services performed must be paid at the Port offices.

The dry dock has an insurance policy that fully covers the handling of boats by our staff.

The stay of vehicles is not allowed in the space reserved for dry dock, should need to enter the same large loads or materials, authorization should be requested from the person in charge.

The captaincy tower is the operational center of the port. It provides the following services:

  • Administration and direction of the port.
  • Reception, control and billing of passers-by and management of the Community of Owners.
  • Meteorological information and communications (VHF Channel 9).
  • Toilets and showers: 24 hour key access. Keys to be deliverd during check-in.
  • Management of the dry dock
  • Postal deliveries

Timetable in high season (from May to October)
MONDAY TO SATURDAY: From 09:00 to 15:00 and from 16:00 to 20:00. (Revisable in September in case it is reduced in October).
 9:00 to 14:00 and from 17:00 to 20:00.

Schedule in low season (from November to April)
MONDAY TO FRIDAY: from 09:00 to 14:00 and from 16:00 to 19:00

  • Captaincy Ibiza Botafoch: 0034 971 310611
  • Captaincy Port of Ibiza: 0034 971 192059
  • Civil Guard: 062
  • Maritime rescue: 900 202 202
  • Emergencies: 112