Wednesday: Embarking in Ibiza, welcome cocktail and first contact with the boat and with our fellow travelers. We are hungry: the sandwiches from Angeles in the square of the old market hall are great. We're thirsty: at Mangia Mangia the fruit and vegetable smoothies are extraordinary. The anchor is raised, the sails are hoisted for the first sailing route; we're going south to the island of Formentera. The crystal clear sea and white beaches will be the backdrop for our first dives. Towards evening we'll go ashore with the dinghy to shop for food and watch the sunset from the beach, sipping a mojito in a typical chiringuito: we suggest Amore Iodio. During the evening, we'll enjoy the local products and plan our navigation for the week. A goodnight under a starry sky!
Thursday: early breakfast surrounded by a fabulous landscape with the sea that glitters and seagulls that bid you good morning. After the first swim of the day the sea is waiting for a sail in search of a beautiful bay where you can spend the day in peace: swim, shade and a snack. When you feel hungry sail to Cala Saona, on the west coast of Formentera where we will have dinner and spend the night.
Friday: we will spend the day in the best part of this corner of the Mediterranean, between Cap des Falco, southwest of Ibiza, Isla Espalmador and the north of Formentera. You will find everything you could want: transparent sea, white sand, ideal conditions for each activity above, in and under the sea. There will be time for some 'beauty care' in a big natural mud puddle where you can lay to awaken your skin free of charge and while having fun!
Saturday: if Aeolus allows it we could carry around the island entirely sailing, passing beneath the cliffs overlooking the sea that characterize the southern part of Formentera and maybe meet some of the dolphins that live here. In the evening, after docking at the port for the night, we will not miss a typical dinner of fish and the countless entertainment that the clubs of Es Pujols offer. For those who do not want to stay up late the next morning they can get up early to visit the center of the island all the way to the lighthouse at Cap de Barbaria, the capital San Francesc and shop in a typical hippy market. We will leave Formentera early in the afternoon and head towards Es Vedra, two stack west of Ibiza on which, it is said, Ulysses had shipwrecked. If we want, we'll let a restaurant on the beach tempt us for dinner.
Sunday: After breakfast we'll sail back up the west coast of Ibiza, characterized by numerous coves and islands behind which you can shelter to snorkel and then set off to San Antonio, the second town of the island. We will reach the port with the tender and we will take a walk in the narrow streets of this quaint town to do some shopping and enjoy the Puesta del Sol from the famous Café del Mar.
Monday: now that we know each other a little better, everyone knows how to move around the boat and sailing is great. Maybe we make a board up to Tagomago for a swim in this magical uninhabited island. To prepare for the Ibizenka night a healthy meal of tapas and local wine is a good start. The music and colorful characters make up the rest of the island. What can you ask more for the last night in the Balearic Islands? Rest or fun: what do you say? Some advice: a cocktail at Arte del Mojito or some tapas at Miguelito near the old market square are a must.
Tuesday: wake up, relax on the hammock and maybe take a last dip in these crystal clear waters. The holiday is over but the dream doesn't end, we'll keep it with us forever. It's time to say goodbye, suerte!!!