ROUTE: Malaga - San Andrés - Formentera - Mallorca
In the first section of the journey we will do about 170 miles, from Benalmádena to the Levante Almeriense. We will leave from the Puerto Deportivo de Benalmádena, to cross the bay of Malaga and continue touring the Alboran Sea near the coast. We will round the well-known Cabo de Gata entering a fantastic natural setting such as the western coast of Almería, where we will look for anchorage by the bay of San José. There we will enjoy the rest and the local gastronomy, always respecting the environment, since we are very close to an important marine reserve.
From here our crossing to the Balearic Islands begins. With a bow to Cabo de Palos and a brief landfall in its port, we will follow a route adapted to the prevailing weather that, after 200 miles, will take us to Formentera. Here we will spend several days from cove to cove, snorkeling, barbecuing, going down to the beach and enjoying this wonderful island. These days, if the crew sees it well, we can touch the best known Ibiza.
In the last section of our trip we will go to Mallorca, but with a very special stop. Upon request and possible granting of the appropriate permits, we will enter La Cabrera National Park and if we can we will spend a magical night in its natural port. To then continue to our destination point on the island of Mallorca, Puerto Colom.