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Illetes Tour

This is the one route we encourage all our customers to do at some point. Departing from Marina Botafoch port, our first stop is the neighbouring island of S’Espalmador. This near-uninhabited island is practically joined to Formentera, the two separated by just a narrow strip of sand. The island’s only inhabitants are also its owners, who have a small house to the north of the secluded, white sand bay. The island is located in the Ses Salines nature reserve, so access to certain areas of its dunes is prohibited. At the end of the bay there is a walkway to the famous mud baths, where you can enjoy a highly pleasurable beauty treatment free of charge.

Southern Ibiza Route

The route for discovering the prettiest places in southern Ibiza and where you can savour a close-up of the stunning islet of Es Vedrà. Departing from Marina Botafoch port, the first stop is the well-known Ses Salines beach, so-called for the salt flats (“salinas”) that lie just behind it. It is also well-known for its beach clubs, where you can unwind in a fun, cosmopolitan and entirely laid-back setting. Standing on the southern tip of the beach is the Ses Portes tower, which at one time would alert the island of threats of pirate invasions.

East Formentera Route

This route is recommended for days when southerly or westerly winds are blowing. It will take you through some of the least-known spots in the Pityusic Islands. Departing from the Botafoch Marina port, the first stop is the Platja de Llevant, less well-known than Ses Illetes but equally as beautiful. Indeed, it is situated to the other side of the isthmus formed on Formentera's northern tip: a strip of land that in some parts measures no more than 50 m wide.

Our second stop, Es Pujols, a cove to the south of Llevant, is protected from southerly winds by its cliffs standing several meters high, from which you can take in the crystal clear surrounding waters and even take a jump into the sea, if you’re feeling brave enough.

Northern Ibiza

This route is for those looking for something different. We depart from Marina Botafoch port or, if you decide to take our sailboat OctopusC, from Santa Eulalia port. Cruising north along the Ibiza coast, we will make a stop in the sprawling Sol d’en Serra bay. There we can go for a swim or try snorkelling in its crystal-clear waters. Or if you prefer, you can take in the breathtaking views from the rural Amante restaurant.

West Formentera

This is another of our stellar routes. Departing from Marina Botafoch port, our first stop is Ses Illetes beach, a mooring point for most yachts and sailboats that drop anchor in Formentera. And it’s no surprise why, given its calm, crystal-clear turquoise blue waters and outstanding restaurants. Here you can enjoy its utopian waters and sample the best fish on the island.

We then move on to Cala Saona, another of the island's most well-known spots among sailors. A sprawling bay in which to drop anchor, again on white sand beaches, perfect for taking a swim or enjoying its incredible colours ranging from the blue sea to the red cliffs and green pines.