Discover the Balearic islands on this 7 day cruise through some of the biggest hot spots of the Mediterranean
The Balearic Islands, a standalone division of Spain, are one of the most popular holiday destinations in all of Europe. Excellent climate, sandy beaches and natural beauty attract visitors to these islands from around the world; each year welcoming a multinational crowd of travelers that visit the island in search of a piece of this multifaceted paradise. Despite the tourism, the islands have managed to maintain much of their intrinsic beauty. Beyond the high-rise resort hotels, bars and popular beaches are Gothic cathedrals, Stone Age ruins, fishing villages, spectacular walks, secluded coves, endless olive and almond groves and citrus orchards. A growing range of elegant, rural retreats and A-list eateries attract a range of visitors beyond the party crowd.
Boarding in Ibiza – Sailing to Formentera
16.00 embarking in Ibiza. After settling on board you will sail along the east coast of Ibiza. Passing in front of the long Playa d’Embossa and stopping for swimming and lunch in the beautiful Es Cavallet beach. Continue sailing to the nearby island of Espalmador, joined to Formentera a strip of shallow water (100 meters deep), where it’s possible to walk through the crystal waters. Overnight in Espalmador.
Espalmador – Formentera
In the morning breakfast in the natural bay of Espalmador and if desired, a natural Mud Bath in a nearby spot inside the tiny island. For lunch moving along the white beaches and dunes of Ses Illetes and anchoring near the well known bar “El Tiburon”. Optional aperitif at sunset is very popular. Otherwise it’s possible to go inside the Island by taxi or renting a scooter. Overnight in Ses Illetes close to the Formentera marina.
Formentera – Ibiza
Sailing to Cala Saona in the west side of Formentera. Lunch in the very calm and emerald waters of Cala Saona with nice grottos. After lunch sailing to Ibiza to Les Salinas bay. One of the most popular beaches in Ibiza with the amazing Sa Trinxa Chiringuito. In this Bay there are several little hidden coves between rocks and white sands. Overnight and possibility to enjoy the Ibiza nightlife or restaurants.
Sailing along the south coast of Ibiza, to Cala Porroig, after lunch sailing to Cala Jondal, enjoying the best beach club on the Island (Blue Marlin). Overnight in Cala Jondal.
Isla Es Vedrà
In the morning sail 1 hour to the natural and uninhabited Es Vedrà island. Circumnavigation of the island. In the afternoon sail to nearby Cala D’Hort, One of the best sunsets in Ibiza.
Ibiza West coast and Isla Conejera
Sailing and visiting the best spot and coves of the west coast of Ibiza including Cala Molì, Cala Tarida, Isla S’Espartar and Cala Conta. In the afternoon arriving in Isla Conejera, where it is possible to walk up to the lighthouse for an unforgettable sunset.
Isla Conejera and Sant’Antonio
Breakfast and relax in the Isla Conejera sailing to the nearby town of Sant’Antonio for disembarking at 10.00.