DAY 1: Boarding San Antonio Port (Ibiza)
Reception of crew, presentations, distribution of the boats, briefing on the trip, coexistence and safety rules and provisioning of the boat for the whole week. After organizing everything, we will go to Cala Compte, where we will have dinner and spend our first night on a sailboat.
DAY 2: We wake up in Cala Compte, where we will spend the rest of the day (bath, beach, siesta) and in the afternoon, we will see the magical sunset in one of the beach bars. There we will meet, on the beach, the crews of all the boats to see it. Then we have a drink in one of the beach bars. We will sleep in Cala d'Hort.
DAY 3: We will set sail for the nearby Cala Jondal (if the swell and wind conditions allow it), to have a drink at the Blue Marlin, a fashionable beach bar with beautiful people and an Ibizan party. It is an afternoon place where after having a drink, we will return to dinner on the boat.
DAY 4: We sail to Puerto de Ibiza, we arrive at lunchtime, so you can enjoy the city, its shops and its castle. We will sleep in port and fill the ships with fresh water tanks.
DAY 5: We set sail early for the famous mud baths on the island of Espalmador. Espalmador is a small island that separates Ibiza from Formentera. It is famous for its mud baths and for its wonderful Sa Alga beach. We are in the Ses Salines Natural Park, so we must make an effort 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.
Afterwards, we go to anchor in Cala Saona in Formentera to eat and bathe in its crystal clear turquoise waters. Cala Saona has the best waters in the entire Mediterranean. This small cove is one of the most beautiful and luminous that can be visited.
In Cala Saona we will spend more than 24 hours, until after dinner on Thursday. We have Wednesday afternoon all Thursday off. You can take advantage of and 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 miss visiting the La Mola market.
If we have stayed on the boat, we can have a mojito in a beach bar in the cove while we watch the sunset. At night we will meet on the beach or on one of our boats.
DAY 6: We will visit on the motorcycles or bicycles rented from the previous day what we will have left of our tour of Formentera. We can visit Illetas, Salinas or the Cap de Berbería lighthouse, for example. In the afternoon, for the sunset, we will go to the hotel in the cove to have a drink. And we will sleep in Cala Saona.
DAY 7: The next day we will spend the day enjoying Cala Tárida and in the afternoon we will head to the port, where we will say goodbye and end of the journey and our wonderful boat holidays to Ibiza and Formentera and end of our services at 6:00 p.m.
Departure point can vary from Valencia or Ibiza area.
The route planned for this trip is not contractual and must 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. Adverse wind and wave conditions and safety reasons for the crew and / or the boat can modify this itinerary without generating the right to claim.