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Balearic Islands

Enjoy Ibiza and Formentera from the sea

Explore the best beaches of both Ibiza and Formentera: Es Cavallet, Es Pujols, Es Caló Sant Agustí, Migjorn Beach, Saona, Savina and Playa d'en Bossa.

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Day 1 - Ibiza & Es Cavallet

Embark in the Ibiza marina, situated on the extension of the island's capital promenade, a serene location a short distance from the city center. Despite offering over five hundred moorings, a significant portion available for boat rentals, the marina maintains a tranquil atmosphere at night. Before embarking, take a stroll through the narrow cobblestone streets of Ibiza's historic district, known as Dalt Vila. Ascend to the medieval castle for breathtaking panoramic views of the city. Head southward, anchor off Es Cavallet—a sprawling, relatively untouched beach sheltered by dunes and verdant hills. In the presence of the east wind, witness the emergence of sizable waves, a spectacle that captivates even the most seasoned surfers.

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Day 2 - Es Pujols

Navigating to Formentera, your initial encounter is with Es Pujols, featuring: sun, beach, and nightlife. The eponymous beach, boasting fine white sand and crystal-clear waters, serves as a preview of the island's coastal allure. Whether navigating via sailboat or yacht, optimal marine and underwater conditions for anchoring await in the southeast vicinity of Punta Prima.

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Day 3 - Es Caló Sant Agustí

Es Caló de Sant Agustí, an ancient fishing village nestled at the base of La Mola mountain in one of Formentera's most privileged locales, offers a natural harbor as a sanctuary from winds and tides. Here, you can securely anchor and embark on the exploration of the quaint, picturesque beaches or indulge in Formentera's gastronomic delights. Despite its modest size, Es Caló boasts several restaurants serving excellent fish and traditional Formentera dishes, such as the Burrida de Ratjada (skate stewed with chopped almonds) or the Guisat de Marisco. While seated on one of its terraces overlooking the sea, you can relish panoramic views of the neighboring Ibiza coast while sipping on traditional digestives like Frígola, Hierbas Ibicencas, or Palo. Continue your coastal journey around Formentera with your yacht, and after passing Far de la Mola, head to Migjorn Beach—one of the island's largest, stretching over 5 km along the southern coast.

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Day 4 - Migjorn Beach

Migjorn Beach presents an ideal setting for engaging in water sports or relishing the serene ambiance provided by its secluded corners of untamed beauty and crystal-clear waters. Enjoy lunch onboard to then continue playing with the water toys of the yacht to finally appreciate the sunset with a cocktail.

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Day 5 - Saona

Nestled between two cliffs, La Cala Saona has retained its unspoiled charm, featuring only a small tourist establishment. It stands as the sole officially recognized beach on Formentera's west coast. 

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Day 6 - Savina

Before concluding your charter and returning to Ibiza, make La Savina your final stop, home to Formentera's port. La Savina's transformation into a port occurred when the natural shelter was artificially enclosed, linking a specific point on the island to an adjacent landmass known as La Savina. The port is a hub of continuous activity, hosting a variety of vessels.

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Day 7 - Playa D'En Bossa & Ibiza

On your way to Ibiza, consider anchoring your boat at Playa d’en Bossa, situated approximately 2 miles from the port. This beach is highly favored, particularly among water sports enthusiasts. Take a refreshing swim here before concluding your charter in Ibiza. After seven days of relaxation, if you're inclined for some activity, Ibiza offers various options. Dance the night away at one of the renowned clubs, or opt for a more laid-back experience like enjoying a terrace view at the port, indulging in some late-night shopping (as shops stay open until midnight during the high season), savoring tapas, or exploring the famous hippy market Las Dalias. 

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