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The greenest marina in the Med

If there’s one aspect that’s meticulously addressed at Marina Ibiza, it’s respect for the environment. Because ecology is also part of our lifestyle and the marina is committed to the environment and its privileged surroundings. This is why we conduct many initiatives to preserve native marine species and Posidonia meadows and to maintain the quality of the waters around Ibiza and Formentera, always ensuring that our guests are aware of the best environmental practices listed below:

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A guide to looking after the lungs of our sea

Posidonia meadows, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, are a Mediterranean endemic plant which provides many benefits for the environment.

  • Thanks to Posidonia, our beaches have fine white sand and our sea is gin-clear and turquoise.


  • It’s a native and protected plant that sustains the habitat of marine fauna and flora by filtering the water.


  • Posidonia meadows are an extremely precious asset, which is why there are areas where anchoring is prohibited by law.


  • It’s the oldest living being on earth, with an approximate age of 100,000 years.


  • It’s composed of roots, stems, leaves, fruits and flowers that usually bloom in autumn, providing the so-called ‘sea olives’.


  • It’s one of the most important sources of oxygen in the Mediterranean, generating between 4 and 20 litres per day per square metre of plant.


  • These meadows are a home and refuge to more than four 400 plant species and 1,000 animal species.


  • Destroying Posidonia would harm the environment, strip the seabed bare, and jeopardise local economies that live off fishing.


Help with the care of Posidonia. Its survival is essential for preserving our little piece of paradise.

Caring for Posidonia is very simple. You just have to follow these steps:

  1. Do not anchor on Posidonia meadows. Make sure you can see sand on the seabed before dropping anchor.
  2. Respect the meadows and their marine life. Enjoy diving without touching or uprooting any plant species.
  3. Avoid dragging the anchor and control your boat’s floatation to prevent damaging the seabed or raising sediment.
  4. Keep the sea clean. Do not throw waste into the sea, and if you come across plastics, lead elements or batteries while anchoring or diving, take them ashore and dispose of them in their respective bins.
  5. Become a volunteer in the Posidonia meadows monitoring network. Read the information available on and

Click here to to find out more about Posidonia.

Committed to our environment

At Marina Ibiza we care about the environment, so we carry out various initiatives aimed at guests in order to raise awareness about the impact of their actions on the marine environment when at sea or even at berth.

And to take care of Ibiza and Formentera, we run information campaigns and activities with the clear objective of improving habits and encouraging the collaboration of everyone.


– You can reduce fuel consumption with a clean hull and a finely tuned yacht.

– Carry out regular inspections to prevent leaks from contaminating the sea. This will help you detect any faults and possible leaks from fuel, hoses and connections.

– Marina Ibiza has recycling stations where you can dispose of your waste. We also have a collection point for pollutants (oils, engine parts, filters, rags, batteries, hazardous containers, paints, etc.).

– If you want to sort your waste on board, we also provide free recycling bags for glass, paper and organic waste. Simply ask at reception.



  • Use spray guns to control water use when the hose is connected to the supply pedestal.
  • Use biodegradable detergents and soaps.
  • Check for leaks in couplings or punctures in the hose. If there are, repair or replace with a new one.
  • Inform our dock team if you detect a leak in the supply network.
  • Save water by taking a shower instead of a bath.
  • Turn off the tap while shaving or brushing your teeth.
  • Turn off the tap while washing dishes.


  • Disconnect the electrical current if leaving your yacht.
  • Request the help of the dock assistance team for connection and disconnection.
  • Do not lower the air conditioning below 26°C when it is very hot outside.
  • Keep the heating at 21°C at night in the winter, taking advantage of the sun’s heat during the day.