Saturday afternoon (4:30 p.m.) – Boarding at 4:30 p.m. at the meeting point in the Marina Real Juan Carlos I in Valencia. We will make the presentations, we will distribute ourselves in the boats, briefing on the trip, rules of conduct, safety regulations and we will take care of the provisioning of the boat for all the vacations following the guide provided and under the careful instructions of the skipper. Once the shopping list is made, we will go to the supermarket to buy and then we will stow all the supplies in our boat. We will have dinner along the way and sail all night (from 12 to 14 hours). The entire crew will stand watch during the crossing, in shifts, under the instructions of the skipper.
Sunday – We woke up approaching Ibiza at Cala Conta or Cala Compte, which is called either way. It needs no introduction. For those who have not yet enjoyed its crystal clear waters, get ready to enjoy it in style. We will spend the rest of the day there and in the afternoon, we will see the sunset on the beach in one of the beach bars.
Monday – After breakfast and the obligatory morning swim in the crystal-clear waters, we will head towards the Ensenada de Aubarca. It is a rarely visited cove that is very, very difficult to access from land. It is surrounded by high cliffs and is a splendid natural setting with almost exclusive access by boat. There we will swim, snorkel and eat. After lunch we set sail for Sant Antony de Portmany to anchor in its bay. We'll go ashore and we can go to the Café del Mar to watch the sunset. After that, those who wish can go to dinner at one of the restaurants in the area, to dance salsa at a nearby joint, to the city of Ibiza or to a nightclub.
Tuesday - We will spend the morning sailing towards Cala d`Hort, in front of the islet of Es Vedrá, where we will anchor, eat and swim. After lunch we set sail for the nearby cove of Port Roig.
Wednesday – Upon waking up, we head to the island of Espalmador. Espalmador is a small island about 3 km long by 800 meters wide that separates Ibiza from Formentera. It is famous for its mud baths and for its wonderful Sa Alga beach. We are in the Natural Park of Salinas, so we must make more of an effort, if possible, to leave the environment as we found it when we arrived, without it being noticed that we have been there. The island is not inhabited. We cannot leave garbage on the island. Then we go to anchor in the nearby Saona cove in Formentera to eat and swim in its crystal clear turquoise waters. Cala Saona has, in our opinion, the best waters in the entire Mediterranean. It is one of the most beautiful and luminous coves that can be visited. In Cala Saona we will spend about 24 hours, until after lunch on Thursday. We can take advantage of free time to rent motorcycles, cars or bicycles to tour the island or enjoy its crystal clear waters and snorkel. A good option, on Wednesday afternoon, is to visit the La Mola lighthouse, a magical place where Jules Verne was inspired. We must not stop visiting its market. Every Wednesday and Sunday, from June to October, from 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., the "Fira de la Mola" hosts artisan workshops and creators work with different materials such as wood, silver, the stone... There are also booths where you can buy very diverse and high-quality handicrafts. There is a great atmosphere and there are often live musical performances. If we do not have practice or we do not feel comfortable riding a motorcycle, we can rent a car among several, to avoid accidents.
Thursday – In the morning we will visit the rest of our tour of Formentera on the motorcycles or bicycles rented the day before. The Cap de Barbería lighthouse and Illetas beach from land (it is in the Ses Salines Natural Park) are places that we must not forget to visit. In the afternoon, once on board, we set sail for the island of Ibiza again, and a good option is to go to Cala Jondal (if the swell and wind conditions allow it), to have a drink at the Blue Marlin, a beach bar fashion with beautiful people and Ibiza party. Before we must leave the boat prepared since they are at sea for the crossing to Valencia.
Friday – Early in the morning, around 4 or 5 in the morning, we set sail for Valencia to arrive at the port in the afternoon. Farewell and end of the voyage and our wonderful boat holidays to Ibiza and Formentera and end of our services
The planned route for this trip is not contractual and will have to be adapted and modified according to the weather conditions, the state of the sea and the wind and the safety considerations for the crew and the boat that the skipper estimates.