Here we can help you organize your perfect day advising you to choose the best route and enjoy a wonderful day without any worries.

Weather conditions such as strong wind and high waves can influence the decision of which route to choose, and the captain can help you decide which is the best area to sail and be safe.

Take a look through some of our ideas of where to go on your special day, although we advise you about 3 different routes to choose from, but you can always decide on your best spots to go…

Formentera West Coast


The Most Popular
Around 2 Hours Navigation

If you have never visited Formentera before you will be amazed by the clear blue waters and the white sandy beaches that you will see on this route. Leaving the harbour and heading to south about 30 minutes we will arrive at our first stop ES PALMADOR/EL PASO. It really is the caribbean of the Med Sea. It is just between the private island Es Palmador and Formentera. It is a sandy bank with shallow waters where you can go for your first jump into the sea to refresh yourself and you can swim to the beach if you like it.

After that our next stop will be at SES ILLETES. It is a spectacular sandy beach considered one of the most beautiful in the world. There is also the best sea food restaurant called Juan y Andrea the best option to have a lunch and visit the beach, you can’t miss it!!!

After lunch we will be moving to CALA SAONA, another sandy beach among the cliffs where you could go for a swim and safely enjoy using our water toys like a paddle board, seabob, Jet ski, the e-foil (all on request) or you can just dive around the cliffs to see our marine life under the water.

Our last stop will be at The Caves of Saona. There are wonderful under water caves with spectacular colours well worth a visit before heading back to the harbour watching the sunset.

Formentera East Coast
Around 2 Hours Navigation

Embark on an exciting journey from the Ibiza harbour to the paradisiacal Formentera. Heading to south for about 30 minutes till we approach Es Palmador, a private island where we can not drop the anchor but right next to there, we have El Paso. It is a water passing shallow waters sand bank between Formentera and Es Palmador, the best option for a quick swim and getting a tan and enjoy the tranquility and beauty that surround you.

After that we are moving to the beach called Levante, on the opposite side from Ses Illetes. It is a fine white sand beach with crystal clear blue waters typical of Formentera and is ideal to relax and enjoy a landscape virtually devoid of buildings.

Our next stop will be at Es Pujols. If you like a bit of adrenaline, there are some cliffs to jump from and if you are hungry this is the best spot for a lunch break. We can recommend 2 options with a pre reservation: Restaurante Chezz Gerdi Formentera and Restaurante Fandango where you can enjoy the best food on this side of Formentera.

After lunch, our next stop will be at Es Caló. It is a large 600 meters sandy bathing area with beaches divided by rocks. It’s the perfect place to play with the water toys if you previously requested like Jet-ski, seabob, paddle board or e-foil. There is also another option for a lunch break at the Restaurante Es Caló with a menu of local fish dishes. There is also a cave under the cliff at the end of the bay where you can go swimming inside before we head to the harbour to watch the sunset.

Ibiza Southwest Coast
Around 2 Hours Navigation

Heading to southwest of Ibiza our first stop will be at Cala Pluma. It is a really small beach known locally as a nudist beach where we can anchor very close, and you can reach it swimming from the boat. After this first swim we are ready to move and visit our next spot Cala Jondal.

It is a very beautiful beach surrounded by pines and cliffs and very popular for the jet set with a fabulous selection of beach restaurants. If you like rice dishes Tropicana is the best option. If you prefer fresh sea food, Casa Jondal is the place to be. Also, there is Blue Marlin the most famous with a highly diversified menu and great music.

After lunch we are ready to visit Es Vedrà, the mystical and legendary rock formation, the third most magnetic spot on earth. Heading on to the magical bay of Cala D´Hort the perfect spot for the most incredible view over Es Vedrà where we can anchor and enjoy snorkeling and relax surrounded by the magnificent cliffs and wonderful coastline.

At the end of the day, we will be heading round the mystical Es Vedrà and we will be ready to go back to the harbour. The sunset from here is the most magical and unforgettable and will leave a long-lasting impression on the way back to the harbour.

Which route do you prefer?