We explain the plan:
Sunday, July 19: Departure from Port Marina Badalona at 8:00 a.m., after stowing luggage and food and distributing the cabins. We will sail all day to cover the 146Nm that separate us from Tagomago, already in Ibiza.
Monday, July 20: After about 30 hours of sailing, we will arrive at the island of Tagomago, where we will anchor to rest and take a well-deserved bath. When we decide, we will embark again to, passing through Cala Boix and Cala Llenya, arriving in Santa Eulària des Riu, where we will spend the night in its port.
Tuesday, July 21: From there, and after having breakfast, we will continue our navigation to the south, leaving coves such as Cala Llonga or S'Estanyol and arriving at the island's capital, the city of Ibiza. UNESCO declared World Heritage the old town, known as Dalt Vila. We will dock in its port and spend the night, being able to enjoy the rest of the day to get to know the population.
Wednesday, July 22: From Ibiza we will make the jump to Formentera. The island is small, so we will completely surround it, passing places such as Racó des Cans, Cala Codolar, Cap de Barberia, where we can anchor and take a bath. That day it is planned to arrive at Caló de S'Oli, where we will anchor for the night, in the buoys arranged for it.
Thursday, July 23: After breakfast, and in less than 1 hour we can reach Ses Illetes, considered the best beach on the whole island, and one of the best in all of Spain. In front of you the Platja de Llevant. We will spend the morning there, until after lunch, where we will return to Ibiza, passing through S'Espalmador, a small island that can be accessed by walking along a strip of fine sand 3 km long, of course the water level It can cover you quite a bit. We will sail to Es Vedrà, where we will spend the night.
Friday, July 24: We will start the day sailing to Sant Antoni de Portmany, the island's tourist center. We will pass through coves such as Cala Vadella or Cala Conta, although Cala Bassa (which looks like a natural pool with calm waters and surrounded by pines and tamarinds) and Cala Salada, are two of our favorites, very close to the Illa Conillera. We will spend the night in the port of Sant Antoni.
Saturday, July 25: Free morning to stroll or make the last purchases. About 12: 00h we will embark already bound for Port Marina Badalona.
Sunday, July 26: Scheduled arrival at our base port at 6:00 p.m. We will collect and have a drink providing the trip to Ibiza and Formentera by sailboat!