What will we do and see over the course of the week?
The Itinerary – Charter boat in Ibiza: First, know that you, the guest, always decide where to go and what to do. The only constraint may be the weather, which could prevent us from going to or staying in a particular place, should the captain determine that there is a risk to personal safety or to the integrity of the vessel itself. Because if you was looking for charter yacht in Ibiza, maybe you prefer the commodities that our catamaran give you.
Nevertheless, based on our experience in the area and our weekly sailing trips, we describe in this section suggestions for a few places that are the most representative of Ibiza and Formentera.
On Saturday, once you are checked-in and your luggage is stowed, we set sail and your week of holiday enjoyment begins. Described below are a few of the places not to be missed. Our week will be spent sailing around Ibiza and Formentera islands, leaving from and returning to the port of San Antonio.
Depending on your preferences, we will visit quiet, sparsely populated coves, where relaxation is paramount, or if you rather we can stop at the most famous beach clubs, with music both day and night.
The entire vessel is prepared and designed for enjoyment and relaxation. You can cook, have lunch or dinner on the boat, or get off whenever you wish to enjoy the Islands’ splendid internationally renowned cuisine.
You will also experience the magnificent crystal clear waters, with the snorkelling equipment and discover the remarkable seabed and its fauna. If you fancy sports activities, you can enjoy a paddle in our two-person kayak, or do some paddle board surfing, which has become very popular along our coasts.
If what you’re looking for are other water activities like scuba diving, water skiing, parasailing, etc., our captain will make information about these activities available to you, and will contact the best companies in the area, ensuring you are able to partake in all of the activities you had planned for.
The you rent boat with us, you have to know that Ibiza has several areas for relaxation, some with full sun and others with canopies providing shelter during peak sun hours. There are large, comfortable areas for relaxation with cushions and deckchairs, both in and outside, where you can have a drink or dine, surrounded by your own selection of music, as each area is equipped with its own sound system.
Cala Tarida. West of Ibiza Island are some crystal clear waters, sandy beaches and a large variety of restaurants, shops and a pharmacy. The whole island is accessible by highway from this point: either by bus, taxi or rental car.
Sailing south from here, are several beautiful coves, reachable with our auxiliary boat if we are anchored close by, like Cala Molí, Cala Vadella or Cala Carbón, which offer a large selection of fine restaurants.
As we continue south, we will come across Ibiza’s famous landmark on our starboard side: the impressive islet of Es Vedrá. We’ll then reach Cala Jondal, home of the exclusive BLUE MERLIN beach club, famous for its atmosphere and its spectacular daily music performances, particularly on Sundays.
A little further south is Salinas beach, the largest sandy beach area on the island where many celebrities from the arts and sports worlds, who visit the island every summer, go for a swim. The many fine dining establishments on these beaches are highly recommended.
From here, we’ll set course for the paradisiacal island of FORMENTERA where the charm of its pristine natural areas, its incredibly crystal clear waters, its many options for dining and the literal feeling of being in heaven, will surely have you asking your captain to stay on for another day.
After Formentera we can sail on to the city of Ibiza, where we will disembark on Talamanca beach to visit the city. We highly recommend visiting the old quarter as well the castle.
From here, time permitting, and if you enjoy sailing, an amazing option would be to set forth towards the north, along the eastern side of Ibiza island, and see the spectacular coves and beaches of Cala Longa, Santa Eulalia, Cala Mastella, as well as pass between Ibiza and Isla de Tagomago where, despite being privately-owned, we can anchor and have a drink at the western-side “chiringuito” (refreshment stall).
As we continue north, the scenery changes drastically: with cliffs and very developed and well-maintained beaches like San Vicente. From here, further north, we arrive at the most rugged and secluded part of the island, with deserted coves where rest and relaxation are guaranteed.
Continuing now towards the west, we arrive at the coves and beaches favoured by yachtsmen for the shelter they provide from strong summer winds, and for their nice blend of calm, developed and accessible coves combined with the availability of any service you many need. For example, here you will find Portinax, large and welcoming; Caló de Porc, secluded and very sheltered; Benirrás with a hippie atmosphere and the sound of drums at sunset; and San Miguel, very sheltered and with many restaurants and services.
And lastly, we head south, arriving once again at our departure point, San Antonio Bay, where our unforgettable week in the Pityusic Islands comes to an end.
What happens if the weather isn’t good or part of the crew gets seasick?
There are beautiful and famous coves close to San Antonio Bay, which can be accessed quickly either with the catamaran or the auxiliary boat.
These coves host a variety of tourist attractions, including Cala Bassa with its famous beach club, Cala Salada for its crystal clear waters, beautiful beaches and its magnificent restaurant Cala Gracio, an idyllic nook, and the spectacular sandy areas of Playas de Conte, without forgetting the pristine island of Conejera and the impressive Islas Bledas, where the sun sets as seen from San Antonio.
And lastly, San Antonio is the second largest city on the island, with amazing array of shops, restaurants, nightclubs and its famous sunset seen from “Café del Mar” or other surrounding venues.
In short, the islands offer such a variety of possibilities that we’re sure that you’ll run out of time to enjoy everything, and that you will certainly return. WISHING YOU A SPLENDID VOYAGE!!! Charter boat in Ibiza will be the best option for your holidays.