Ibiza & Formentera, Spain
Located in the Mediterranean sea, along with Majorca, Menorca y Formentera, they all build up the community of the Baleares Islands in Spain.
Your first day begins in San Antonio. This is the core of the island since it entices thousands of tourists yearly. You can begin here your way to “Cala Bassa”, a great cove built up by a pine forest and shallows water optimal to do all water sports.
Your second day onboard, sail towards Ibiza southern east more precisely to “D´Hort Cove” where you will able to stare at the island “Es Vedrá”. Many tourists visit this cove because its natural and wonderful environment.
On the way to Formentera, it is worth stopping over in “Cala Jondal” bay. We recommend enjoying a lunch in some of the restaurants such as: “Es Xarco” or the well-known “Blue Marlin” beach club. You can also tour around the Natural Park of “Ses Salines”.
Although Formentera is a smaller island than Ibiza, you will need two days to tour it around. You may visit one of the most attended beaches “Illetes” or get to know the “Saona” cove, located to the west. During the second day you may also have dinner at “Can Rafalet” one of the best restaurants of the area.
Reaching the final stop in the tour of the Baleares, sail towards Savina. You may enjoy the famous beach “d´en Bossa” located near to the port. This cove is a great opportunity to practice water sports before coming back to San Antonio.
Land by the morning. Take advantage of this last day to relax in one of the area coves and enjoy good drinks onboard.
With more than 300 sunny days every year, Mallorca and the surrounding Balearic Islands are ideal for sailing almost all year. Shoulder seasons, specifically April-May and September-October, are the ideal travel times when crowds are minimal and warm breezes dominate the area around Ibiza and the south of Mallorca.
Historical weather (Averages by month):
Sailing is calm with warm breezes in June and sea winds in summer.
Client can obtain the weather situation at any time by listening to the maritime weather forecasts. Weather updates are given hourly during severe weather.