One of the most important aspects when planning your boat trip in Ibiza and Formentera is which navigation routes to choose. There are a lot of possibilities and the choice of one or the other will depend on your preferences and, of course, the weather conditions. We show you some of the most popular nautical routes in Ibiza and Formentera. Our advice? On the day of the trip, tell your skipper about your idea so that he can adapt the route to the time and your preferences.
First time sailing through the Pitiusas: Ibiza - Formentera route
Described by many as a paradise in the middle of the Mediterranean, when anchored in the waters of Formentera you can enjoy pleasant walks along white sand beaches, bathe in an impressive turquoise sea on the beach of Ses Illetes or watch an unforgettable sunset in the magical cove Saona. Without a doubt, even the smallest of the Pitiusas islands will surprise you! The finishing touch of the Ibiza - Formentera boat route is a visit Es Palmador: a small island located next to Formentera, where you will believe you are stepping on heaven. Enjoying the boho-chic atmosphere of the beach clubs of Formentera and strolling through charming villages where time seems to have stopped several decades ago, are some plans that you cannot miss on your route around the island.
Formentera Levante route, coves and dream beaches:
Leaving the island of Espalmador behind, we arrive at Levante beach, just at opposite side of Illetas Beach, and which extends to Sa Roqueta beach. This is where the Es Pujols area begins: one of the liveliest on the island of Formentera, full of bars, restaurants and beach bars of all kinds. Next to Es Pujols the steep cliffs of Punta Prima extend to Es Caló: an area of charming rocky coves, perfect for anchoring the boat and enjoying a swim in impressive natural pools. From here we can see the highest point of Formentera: the La Mola lighthouse.
On the trail of the mysteries of Es Vedrà
Admiring the island of Es Vedrà a few meters away and navigating around it is an impressive experience. The islet of Es Vedrà is famous for the countless legends and mysteries that circulate around it. This place is believed to be one of the largest magnetic centers on earth. Feel its energy, enjoy one of the most beautiful views of the Mediterranean and visit nearby coves, such as Sa Pedrera de Cala d’Hort, Cala Llentrisca, Porroig or Es Niu de S’Aguila.
The wildest side of Ibiza
The north of Ibiza is the perfect route for those looking to enter the wildest and most authentic side of the island. From the bay of Sol d'en Serra -one of the best places to practice snorkeling-, passing through the islet of Tagomago, the quiet Llenya cove and continuing towards Portinatx, Cala Xarraca, Benirrás, the port of San Miquel and Cala d ' Albarca: virgin coves, a crystalline sea full of life and above all: calm and tranquility, is what you will find on this boat route through the north of Ibiza.