Ibiza - Salinas - Cala Jondal - Porroig - Es Vedrà - Ibiza
A route to get to know the most beautiful spots in the south of Ibiza and see the imposing islet of Es Vedrà up close, a place surrounded by mysticism, the protagonist of thousands of postcards and stories...
Leaving the port of Marina Botafoch, the first stop is on the well-known beach of Ses Salines, named after the salt flats behind it. Famous are also its beach clubs, where you can let yourself be carried away by a cosmopolitan, fun and totally relaxed atmosphere. At the southern tip of the beach is the tower of Ses Portes, which formerly alerted the island to possible pirate invasions.
The next anchorage point is Cala Jondal. A beautiful bay also known for its good restaurants, its "sand" of boulders and the fun atmosphere that can be enjoyed when the sun begins to set.
The third stop will be at Es Torrent and Porroig, a quiet spot close to Cala Jondal, ideal for a quiet bath after the hustle and bustle of Cala Jondal, which is a little more bustling. Its beautiful cliffs and crystalline waters will leave you anodized.
And finally... Es Vedrà. This grandiose islet rises 382 metres above sea level and gives its name to the natural park to which it belongs. Legend has it that strange supernatural events took place here due to the focus of magnetic irradiation that we find at the bottom of the islet. Nowadays the only strange event is not to be impressed by what is perhaps the most beautiful sunset in the whole Mediterranean.