The crossings begin on Sunday, departing at 12 noon from the port of San Antonio (Ibiza), so boarding must be done beforehand.
The captain will inform of the route to follow and will give the instructions to follow on board the boat. Then we will head towards the bay of San Antonio to discover the coves located to the northwest of the bay, such as Cala D’Albarca, known for its natural bridge, where we will spend the night.
On the second day we will sail towards the southwest side of the island, visiting incredible coves such as Cala D’Hort and the island of Es Vedrá.
In the afternoon we will arrive at the mythical beach of Ses Salines, where we will spend the night.
After breakfast in Cala D’Hort, one of the quietest and most remote, we will go to Ses Salines beach, known for its dunes, its turquoise waters and its exclusive beach bars. There we will spend the morning and lunch.
In the afternoon we will leave for the port of Ibiza, where we will spend the night to visit the city and the charm of the D’Alt Vila area, the old walled city.
After breakfast we will sail towards Formentera, a journey that lasts a couple of hours. We will arrive at the coast of the island to first visit Espalmador, a wild and inaccessible refuge, where we will stay for lunch.
We will end the day enjoying the afternoon and evening on Ses Illetes beach, perhaps the best-known beach on Formentera as it is a strip of sand with access to the sea on both sides, perfect for enjoying the sunset and sunrise from the sea.
After breakfast, we will sail towards the south of Formentera, and in a couple of hours we will be arriving at the beach of Cala Saona, the jewel of the western coast of Formentera, with white sands and transparent turquoise waters, where we will stay for lunch.
After breakfast, we will head to the east of the island of Formentera, visiting the area of Es Caló, a traditionally fishing area of the island and Es Pujols, where we will spend the night.
On the last day, after breakfast, we will head back to the port of San Antonio, where at noon (12h.) we will land and disembark, thus putting an end to this great adventure.