Marina Botafoch (Ibiza) - Formentera
Departure from the home port of Marina Botafoch, Ibiza. Once aboard and sunscreen slathered on, we’ll head towards Espalmador, an island considered a nature reserve separated from Formentera by a very shallow channel about 200m long. This will be our first stop, where we can enjoy its beach and take a dip in its crystal-clear, turquoise waters.
We’ll continue sailing south along the coast of Formentera, passing through the area of Ses Illetes, a long and narrow beach where you’ll come across a great number of the most luxurious yachts in the world until getting to a small wooden pier where we can drop anchor and go for another swim.
Our route will continue until we get to Cala Saona, a cove to the south of Formentera whose waters as well as its landscape make it the perfect place for a picnic (along the entire route, it's also possible to book a table at a restaurant in Formentera which offers a dinghy service).
After resting and recovering our strength, we will head to our last destination on the route, Es Racó de Sa Llenya, where access is only possible by boat. The interesting thing about this area is that there's a group of skylight sea caves, which are very shallow with a sandy bottom, where we can enjoy an amazing swim.
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!