Marina Botafoch (Ibiza) - North Coast (Ibiza)
Departure from the home port of Marina Botafoch, Ibiza. Once aboard and sunscreen slathered on, we’ll head towards the northeast where Tagomago is found. It's an isle with a bay located in front of Pou d’Es Lleó, which is a great place to drop anchor with its sandy bottom and crystal-clear, turquoise waters.
We’ll continue sailing north, and once we pass Cala de Sant Vicent (Sa Cala), we’ll find a marvellous, protected and isolated spot called Es Clot des Llamp, a quiet and sheltered place with hardly any boats where we can snorkel in peace and bask in the crystal-clear waters teeming with marine animals.
Afterwards, we’ll go to Portinatx, a magnificent natural reserve that has remained intact despite the urban explosion of the 1980s at the height of the construction boom. Its calm waters are the perfect excuse to drop anchor and have lunch.
Right beside Portinatx, we’ll find the bay of Cala Xarraca, a wide bay that features different spots such as Cala Xarraca, S’Illot des Renclí, Cala Xuclà, Racó Fosc—fantastic places to drop anchor and explore the nooks and crannies of the seabed or get an up close and personal look at the coast by paddle surfing. To conclude, Caló d’Es Porcs awaits. We’ll take a last dip in shallow, crystal-clear, turquoise waters with a sandy bottom before heading back.
At Ibiza Blue Line we take your safety very seriously. That's why, when you check-in, our staff will advise you on the most favourable route taking into account the weather forecast. On the other hand, if you hire the services of a professional captain, the price per route will be fixed, including rental, skipper and fuel. No surprises or worries!