Ibiza sailing route
Starting point: Ibiza
Arrival: We can arrange a transfer from the airport to the marina for you. The transfer is not included in the price.
About: One of the smallest Balearic Islands, Ibiza is home to a rich culture that takes the best from Spain and blends it with its own unique Balearic way of life. Inland you can enjoy lushly vegetated landscapes, whilst along the coast, you can explore endless sun-drenched beaches. The ‘white island’ is world-renowned for its long, beautiful coastline and endless choice of beaches.
Ibiza has such a great climate it makes it a perfect holiday destination at any time of year. You can either choose to make the most of the boiling hot summer days and long balmy nights or escape for a bit of winter sun when the temperature is milder but the sun still shines.
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Start your adventure from Ibiza port. Ibiza Town, the port city overlooking the Mediterranean is the capital and the largest city on the island and really does have something for everyone. Ibiza town was founded by the Phoenicians 2600 years ago.
If you go up to the Medieval castle, you will be rewarded with impressive views of the city. Situated to the south of the island, it is one of the most picturesque cities in the Mediterranean, its old town has been awarded historic status by UNESCO.
It is picturesque and extremely popular due to its proximity to Ibiza Town. Surrounded by sand dunes, it is also a popular area for those who like to hike. Es Cavallet is officially a nude beach although nudism is mainly practiced in the middle part of the beach, hidden by the dunes.
Your first contact with Formentera will be Es Pujols that offers everything you need: sun, beach, and nightlife. Crystal clear and calm waters there are perfect for watersports. The best sea and underwater conditions for anchoring are in the southeast area of Punta Prima.
Es Caló de Sant Agustí (Es Caló) is an old fishing town located in one of the most privileged areas of Formentera. Here there are no big hotels or buildings, but lots of rocks and a few sandy spots bordered by radiant water. From Es Caló, you can reach Ses Platgetes in a few minutes by the beach.
The long beach of Migjorn is one of Formentera’s true treasures, the perfect place to practice water sports or simply enjoy and relax. The beach of Migjorn has several sandy parts separated by rocky areas. Some parts have large sandy beaches which are great for families with small children.
Due to the boomerang shape of the island, you can usually always find a good spot on a beach that is not facing the direction of the wind.
Cala Saona is one of the must-see destinations for those visiting the island of Formentera. It is only 5 kilometers from the capital of Sant Francesc Xavier. Along the way, you will notice that, in this western part of the island, the Mediterranean scrub dominates the landscape: the entire road is in fact flanked by fig trees and carob trees.
The last stop before cruising back to Ibiza will be La Savina where the port of Formentera is located. If there is something that characterizes La Savina is the continuous movement of boats: boats that bring and take tourists and islanders.
On our way back to Ibiza, anchor the boat in Playa d’en Bossa, located 2 miles from the port. This is a very popular beach, especially among lovers of water sports. Playa d’en Bossa is Ibiza’s longest and also one of the most famous beaches.
Not everything is about the party in Playa d’en Bossa. In its restaurants, you will have the opportunity to discover Ibiza’s gastronomy.