1. IBIZA – LEVANTE BEACH – ES PUJOLS – PUNTA PRIMA – ES CALO – IBIZA
We leave Ibiza towards Levante beach, a wild environment part of the Natural park of Ibiza and Formentera ideal to disconnect and get away from the hustle and bustle of the nearby Illetes beach.
After enjoying a refreshing swim, we continue towards Es Pujols, an important tourist enclave on the island. The beach is quiet and perfect for snorkelling or to practice other water activities. It has a wide gastronomic offer so it will be our stopping point to eat before continuing with the route.
Near es pujols, the impressive cliffs of Punta Prima and Cala En Baster will be our next stopping point, in this area you will enjoy discovering the different caves in Kayak or SUP.
Afterwards, we finally reach Es Caló, the perfect picture postcard. A small fishing port with beautiful wooden piers and its beach that extends to the cliffs of la Mola. In Es Caló we will find a variety of sand and rocky bottoms with turquoise waters perfect for snorkeling.
If you prefer to enjoy the sunset during the return to the port of Ibiza, just let the captain know. He will make the route a little shorter so you’ll be able to admire all colors of the sunset while cruising.
2. IBIZA – ESPALMADOR – ILLETES BEACH – IBIZA
We set off from the cosmopolitan harbours of Ibiza Town around 11.00 and we sail towards Espalmador Leaving behind the iconic silhouette of the old town and the various islets that are scattered along the route.
From your boat, you will enjoy a more exclusive perspective of Es Palmador and the waters that surround it.
Despite the fact that it is actually a private island, it is of public enjoyment. There are no beach bars on the island but don’t worry because on board you will have drinks and some snacks.
In the center of the island, easily accessible and that you can visit, there is a natural mud lagoon. This area is a paradise for birds and is protected by strict environmental laws, mud baths are strictly prohibited.
Although Espalmador is connected to Formentera through an underwater sand bank, you will feel a real ‘desert island’ atmosphere. Snorkeling, SUP, enjoy the water toys your boat will provide or simply relax in the deck.
Afterwards, let’s continue to the famous Illetes beach, our destination point.
We will stop in the area of the restaurant that you have previously chosen and in which you have your confirmed reservation.
The restaurant will provide a dinghy service to collect you from the boat, and later will bring you back to your Ibiza yacht.
After lunch, let’s cruise around the coastline of Formentera and stop wherever you desire. Just before sunset, When the sun begins to set, We will take the way back to Ibiza, the journey will be illuminated by the orange rays of the sun over the sea while you enjoy it with a glass of your favorite drink.
3rd Excursion from Ibiza to Porroig and Es Vedrà
In this case we propose a navigation following the east side of Ibiza heading the Es Vedrà island. The shipment will be made in the port of Ibiza, with a duration of 1 hour and a half sailing through 16 nautical miles.
After leaving starboard the En Bossa beach, the crossing between the islands of Ibiza and Formentera will be sought and the visit to the southernmost beach of the island, the beach of Ses Salines, which is characterized by its average shape will be made white sand moon and its catering and leisure offer. You can anchor near the beach and use the auxiliary boat to go to the beach.
Then we will visit Cala Sa Caleta, a small and quiet beach surrounded by pine trees, formed by rocks and reddish sand that give it a special character. This beach flees from the hustle and bustle of other places giving a calm and cozy refuge to sailors.
Once visited Sa Caleta, it goes to Porroig, which is characterized by its rock formation and the shortage of tourists. The crystal clear water of this place invites its navigators to take a bath and enjoy nature.
The last place to visit on this route is the nature reserve of the park of Cala d’Hort and Es Vedrà. Located in the southwest of the island of Ibiza, it is one of the favorite places of the sailors of the islands. Access to these islands can only be done by boats so it maintains the natural value.
Then the trip will return to the place of departure by giving sailors a sunset worthy of admiration.
4th Excursion from Ibiza to Cala Compte and Cala Bassa
One-day route that leaves from the port of Ibiza to two of the island’s best known coves, Cala Bassa and Cala Comte. The route has an estimated duration of 2 hours and a total distance of 22 nautical miles.
Cala Comte is a small cove with an average depth of 5-6 meters that will allow us to make a comfortable anchorage. The orography of the area is rocky that combined with fine white sand provides crystal clear waters worth seeing. On this beach, as in Cala Bassa, there are many leisure places and restaurants for your visit.
Cala Bassa it is located in the west of the island of Ibiza and is known, like Cala Comte, for being two of the most beautiful beaches that can be visited. The cove is formed by white fine sand and calm turquoise waters, surrounded by a dense pine forest where you can shelter and feel the proximity between the mountain and the sea. The approximate depth of this cove is 5-8 meters with which you can make a warm anchorage for the enjoyment of sailors, as well as a landing to the beach with the auxiliary boat.
Back to port, you can pass by Es Vedrà if we haven’t done it before. The sunset is really spectacular!