1. Barcelona - Menorca
At 12 o'clock in the morning we meet at the Port Olimpic in Barcelona. Presentations will be made, your employer will explain all the details and we will organize the joint purchase of food and drink. Then we will distribute the cabins and set sail for Menorca. Mare Nostrum will be waiting for us! We will enjoy the sunset sailing and the immensity of the stars.
2. Crossing - Fornells
After the crossing, we will arrive early in the morning to Menorca and we will rest in “Cala Pregonda”, where we will spend the day and enjoy our well-deserved bath. At sunset we will head to the charming port of Fornells to be able to go down to the town to enjoy its famous stew.
3. Fornells - Cala Algaiarens
After a well-deserved rest, we will visit “Cala Es Pilar”, a virgin cove located within a fishing reserve where snorkeling is wonderful. After eating, we will put the candles and go to anchor in “Cala Algaiarens” to spend the night.
4. Cala Algaiarens - Ciutadella
The next day we will head to Ciutadella, a small and charming city. On the way we will go along the North coast, very wild and with beautiful coves to anchor. We will also visit a very special place: "Cala Mort", where we will discover a long cave.
5. Ciutadella - Cales Coves
We leave the north for good and head south to discover some of its paradisiacal coves, such as “Cala Escorxada”, and a very unique place to sleep: “Cala Ses Coves”, a cove surrounded by cliffs full of ancient caves formerly inhabited.
6. Cales Coves - Macarella - Crossing
Last day on the island, and we cannot leave without visiting the most famous beaches, “Macarella”, “Turqueta” or Playa Son Saura. At dusk we will head to Barcelona contemplating the sunset.
7. Arrival in Barcelona
During the journey, we will once again enjoy the immensity of the sea, the sunrise, swimming in the high seas and the dolphins. We will arrive at the Olympic Port around 3:00 p.m. to end a week of vacation that you will always remember.
* The route is indicative and may vary due to weather conditions or if the captain determines it for the good of the group.