This route is indicated for days when south wind or west wind is blowing. It will allow you to enjoy the most unknown places of the island of Ibiza and Formentera. Leaving the port of Marina Botafoch, the first stop is the Levante beach (Formentera), less well known than the island of Ses Illetes but just as beautiful. In fact, it is on the other side of the isthmus that Formentera forms in its northern part. A strip of land that in some points is no wider than 50 meters.
Second stop: Es Pujols. A cove to the south of east, very protected from the south wind thanks to its cliff several meters high from which you can contemplate the crystalline waters of the place and if you are daring enough to jump into the water from some points of it.
On the way back is Punta Prima and its steep cliffs, where you can make a stop and take a bath in a different place, quiet and wild beauty.
Finally, Es Caló, a small fishing port right at the base of the cliffs that go up to La Mola (and its lighthouse). It is truly one of the most beautiful places on Formentera, not only because of its white sandy bottoms, but also because of the incredible unspoilt natural environment in which it is found.