One week aboard



“We can accommodate the plan to the preference of the group. Do a lot of sailing around the islands if experience is not a problem. Or perhaps enjoy long anchorings, land visits, savour local gastronomy and or enjoy sunsets with drinks at local beach shacks.

If one desires to explore the marine life, participate in boat handlings and maneuverings, sail trimmings, initiation or completion of nautical knowledge, then this is a great opportunity offered by the islands of Ibiza and Formentera aboard one of our sailing boats.

We can get away from all the hustle and bustle in idyllic places or enjoy spending time in a beach club for dinner, drinks or dancing.

Following is just one of many possible plans.”


San Antonio, Compta Creek…

Boarding in San Antonio, presentations and assignation of cabins and distribution of provisions. Once ready, we will set sail along the bay of San Antonio and watch the beautiful sunset in Cala Compta.

Overnight if weather permitting (we will always check beforehand the meteorology and will search for the optimum spot).”


West Ibiza: Salada Creek, Margaritas Islands, Aubarca Cove, Benirras…

“Breakfast, swimming… enjoying a relaxing morning. During the day, we will be sailing on the west coast of Ibiza visiting Cala salada, Islas Margaritas, ensenada de Aubarca and other places of interest.

Spending the night in Benirras, where we will be watching the sunset with the roaring drums as a singular experience. We can have dinner in the port town and or enjoy the party…”


North Ibiza: Xarraca Creek, Portinax, Punta Moscarté, San Vicente Creek, Tagomag Island, Santa Eularia, Llonga Creek…

“We will set sail to the northern part of the island of Ibiza, visiting Xarraca Cove, Portinax, and depending on the winds we could continue and cross punta Moscarté and find a cove to spend the night.

San Vicente Cove , the Tagomago Island or continue sailing up to Santa Eularia or Llonga Cove …


Los Freus, Las Salinas Beach, Espalmador Island …

“On this day, after an ideal early morning swim and breakfast, we set sail again to Los Freus.Once there, we can anchor the boat at the busy Las Salinas Beach, and enjoy its crystal clear waters, colorful atmosphere and if desired, enjoy the various beach club facilities.

This is a good occasion to get to know the nightlife in Ibiza or if we are looking for a more quiet plan, we can sail towards Fomentera and spend the night on a buoy in the island of Espalmador…


West Formentera: Es Trucadors, Ses Illetes, Es Caval del Borras, La Savina Port…

“After visiting Espalmador we can continue discovering theeastern part of Formentera. We can have a swim as well in Es Trucadors or Ses Illetes, we can have a superb lunch in a local beach restaurant in Ses Illetas (we must warn thou that prices are not cheap).

We can also enjoy the sunset in Es Caval del Borras or stop in the port of La Savina to visit the island…


Saona Creek, Berberia Cape, Midjorn Bay, Jondal Creek, D´hort Creek…

“On this morning, we can set sail to Saona Creek, But before we drop anchor there, we can isit the rugged coastline, which will take us southwards to Berberia Cape to admire the bay of Midjorn.

Here we will be at the southern most tip point of the Balearic Islands. We might want to sail a little bit more and then reach Jondal Creek, or continue up to D´hort Creek and spend the night here.”


Return to San Antonio: Es Vedrá, Tarida Creek, Vadella Creek, Codolar, Bosque and Conejera Islands …

“Our last sailing day will offer us a beautiful plan. We will be returning to San Antonio, and on our way back we will admire the magical island of Es Vedra. We will also be crossing the great coves of Tarida Creek, Vadella Creek, Codolar… and enjoying their marvelous stunning corners and finish up across the way between the islands of Bosque and Conejera and venture onto the bay of San Antonio. We then will be disembarking at around 22:00 hrs.

Farewell, dinner on board or at any of the multiple restaurants in the port and reminisce about the memorable week sailing around Ibiza and Formentera. There is also the possibility to spend the night, exceptionally, on board but leaving the boat by 9:00 am in order to give time to get the boat ready for the next trip.”