We will embark at 4:00 p.m. on Saturday in Sant Antoni Portmany. It is advisable to arrive a couple of hours before boarding time to be able to buy groceries for the whole week in one of the town's supermarkets. We will leave the bay of Sant Antoni after stowing food and luggage and in less than an hour we will anchor in the beautiful Cala Bassa. We had dinner on board or at the restaurant of Cala Bassa Beach Club.
The next morning, leaving Sa Conillera by port, we will head south stopping at any of the multiple west coves of Ibiza. Cala Comte, Cala Tarida, Cala Vedella or Cala D'Hort. Barbecue on the boat or paella on the beach to eat and a well-deserved nap. In the afternoon, if you want to have a drink, we will anchor in Cala Jondal to go down to dance to the Blue Marlin.
We will continue south and we will go to the paradise that extends between Ibiza and Formentera, the island of S'Espalmador. There we will spend the day walking along its lonely beaches, taking the famous mud baths, snorkeling and as there is no infrastructure on the beach we will take the opportunity to make a good barbecue on the boat. Protected from almost all winds we will spend the night in this natural park with the calmest waters of the area.
After taking advantage of the first hours of sun on this lonely beach, we will sail towards one of the ten best beaches in the world, Ses Illetes, north of Formentera. Turquoise waters, white sand, dunes and good atmosphere in one of the most famous areas of the Mediterranean. At dusk we will go to anchor at Racó de S'Oli from where we can go down to the port of La Savina de Formentera and enjoy the night on the island.
If it is the pleasure of the crew you can rent cars, motorcycles or bicycles to discover the island inside. In half a day you can travel from north to south and from east to west and visit the Mola lighthouse or the Cap de Barberia, the southernmost point of the Balearic Islands. We will take advantage of the last lights of the day to go to anchor in search of the most transparent waters of Formentera, Cala Sahona.
During the early hours of the morning we can enjoy the beach for ourselves. When the cove begins to fill we will head north, towards Ibiza. We will anchor to eat in one of the beaches with more atmosphere of Ibiza, Salines. At dusk we will decide whether to stay in the environment of Salines or go to spend the night in the beautiful cove of Port Roig.
We raise anchors heading north passing between Ibiza and the magical islet of Es Vedrà, we will stop in Cala Compte to take a bath. After lunch we will go to the bay of Sant Antoni to disembark at 6:00 p.m.