Ibiza and Formentera by Catamaran
Day 01 – Ibiza-Arrival: Sant Antoni - Cala Compte - Cala Tarida (Ibiza).
Arrival to Ibiza airport and transfer to the Nautical Club of Sant Antoni. You will be welcome for your skipper and you will do the check in your Lagoon 380 S2 GOA 3 Catamaran and set off along the rugged coastline of this bohemian Balearic Island. You will soon reach Cala Bassa and Cala Compta, a group made up of several small coves, located in a natural environment of extraordinary beauty. You can enjoy exploring the coves of Ibiza with the paddle surf on board! Here the sight of the sunset is a must.
Day 02 – Cala D´Hort, Es Vedra, Es Torrent, Cala Jondal(Ibiza).
Cruise to the pretty protected bay of Cala Vadella with its pine-clad hills, mystical caves and white sand beach. You’ll then cruise to the quiet beach resort of Cala d’Hort. As you set off from Cala d’Hort you’ll get a closer look at Es Vedrà. This small yet dramatic island is the third most magnetic place on earth and is steeped in myths and legends, from sirens and sea-nymphs to the birthplace of the goddess Tanit. Make a wish when you see the island.
Day 03 – Cala Saona and Cala Saona caves (Formentera).
Follow your cruise to Formentera. The island of Formentera is known for its laid-back atmosphere and some of the most picturesque scenery in the Balearic Islands. Take life at a slower pace here so spend some time meandering around one of its tiny villages. Cala Saona is known as the jewel of the west coast of Formentera, being the only sandy beach to be found among the cliffs that prevail throughout the southwestern part of the island. Unlike the open beaches of the rest of the island, it is a small cove flanked by cliffs.
Day 04 – Port Savina, Beach Ses Illetes, Espalmador Island (Formentera)
Sail to the uninhabited island of Espalmador to explore its famous natural mud flats and local wildlife. Round off the morning and dip your toes in the mineral-rich mud baths that occur on the side of the beach. Find a hidden cove along the coast. Stop-off for lunch in one of the trendy restaurants dotted along Illetas Beach. Afterwards, head over to Beso Beach for freshly-blended mojitos and party vibes that go on all night. In La Savina there is a welcoming street market right on the seafront promenade and here you can browse for jewellery, crafts, clothing and assorted souvenirs. A wide range of restaurants overlooking the sea skirt the port of La Savina. It is the ideal opportunity to relax while we take pleasure in the exoticism of this coast.
Day 05 – Tagomago Island, Aguas Blancas, Cala Xarraca. (Ibiza).
Explore the corners of Ibiza’s coastline, from Cap Martinet, passing Illa Tagomago on to Cala Xarraca to enjoy the idyllic settings. Enjoy a refreshing splash in the sea and take advantage of your yacht’s selection of water toys. Step on shore at Cala Xarraca for a beach picnic in the sun. Afterwards, the western coast of Ibiza volunteers a spa, Hacienda Na Xamena is a haven in the hills, with access to incredible spa facilities and a restaurant.
Day 06 – Es Canar, San Miguel y Benirras, Cala d´Albarca.(Ibiza).
Cruise to San Miguel and Cala Benirras with pebbly sand, beautiful turquoise waters and interesting rocks makes Cala Benirràs a breathtaking beach to relax on. Even the approach to this beach is aesthetic, with winding trails through hills and valleys! Great for snorkelling though, with marine life darting in and out of the rocks that the waves have left behind. Sail to Ses Margalides islets and towards the beautiful backdrops of Cala d’Albarca. Surrounded by cliffs covered in greenery and scattered with huge boulders, this little bay is considered one of Ibiza’s best-kept secrets. Return to base in San Antonio.
Day 07 – Return to Sant Antoni. Departure
Calmly, unhurriedly and feeling rebalanced and revitalised we head back to San Antonio in Ibiza. Once in Sant Antoni, transfer to the airport for your flight back home.
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