A great opportunity to know the 210 km of coastline where more than 40 boulders and islets of various sizes alternate.
Enjoy the paradisiacal landscapes with several stops, landings on the island of Ibiza that offers photos its visitors no matter where they come from.
Since the duration of the tour is approximate, we can not offer you an exact arrival time, the tour lasts between 9 and 12 hours.
It is a magical experience in every way that you can not miss and thus know the true essence of Ibiza. You will visit the most beautiful spots of Ibiza with stops to bathe and visit historical places while eating and drinking what you want, in addition to being able to take a jet ski ride.
We embark in the port of San Antonio northbound where we will pass through San Miguel, Portinax and Tagomago Island. You will only be able to access this island through excursion, since special permits are needed for this.
Between Tagomago and Cala Martina you can see how to prepare an authentic Ibizan paella and taste it. An authentic paradise almost undiscovered that only the Ibicencos know.
We sail towards Ibiza where we will disembark to take a free walk through the old area of Dalt Vila, declared by UNESCO as a world heritage site, where you can buy a souvenir or souvenir.
We will navigate towards Playa d’en Bossa where you can feel the adrenaline going on a jet ski ride and we will pass by the well-known beach of Ses Salines.
You can not miss the paradisiacal neighboring island Espalmador, with white sand and crystal clear waters where you can bathe and snorkel with the equipment at your disposal. The boat does not land on Espalmador, it stops next to it to let the people swim and snorkeling.
To crown an epic lap, we will visit Sa Pedrera, the famous Atlantis and you will appreciate the rock formations that natural pools have made and which is quite difficult to access on foot. Right in the area, you can see the memorable sunset, mystical stone front Es Vedrà.
On the way to our destination of origin we light the fire and you can dine a delicious barbecue prepared by our chef on board.
This excursion is highly recommended and perfect for cooling off away from heat of the land.
The sailing is broken up by welcome snorkelling and swimming at various beautiful spots and a longer break at Ibiza town. If things do get too hot (one side of the Island can be more sheltered from cooling breezes) there is a shaded area to sit under. The snacks and drinks are plentiful and good quality. There is an on board toilet.
This trip enables you to see the Island from a completely different perspective.
The only down side is it is a very long day but the crew are fantastic and make it memorable and fun.
Absolutely superb all day tour. We left from Punto Xinxo around 9.30 and returned 8.30 just before sunset. They top up a very wide range of drinks including water, Lemonade, Cola, Orangeade, 7UP, Cola, Orange Juice, Irn Bru Pineapple Juice, Beer and Sangria all day long – and it’s always chilled. You just keep topping up. Also there are cakes and croissants provided early on. For picnic on the boat there are five different types of pizza and three varieties of sandwiches – ham, cheese and salami.
The crew are outstanding, especally Rafa – who dived 6m down to rescue my son’s flippers from the bottom whilst we were on the second swim from the boat.
Later on in the cruise they bring round water and Galia melons, as well as pineapple slices – and towards the end – Spanish style champagne is given out.
Of course, the best bit of all is the stunning scenery throughout and we were one of the very lucky boats to actually see a goat on Es Vedra.
If you get sea sick, check out whether there have been strong winds over the previous two days as, otherwise, you might find part of the voyage choppy.
There were 67 on the boat on the day we went but there was still a little space.
I didn’t find the toilet particularly disgusting but there is no seat it’s true – it’s just basic continuous flushing with sea water – wash your hands in it or wait till Ibiza town.
In short – an absolute bargain – and they are very rare in Ibiza!