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Day 1 - Saturday

Arrival at the Marina El Portet de Denia between 2-4 pm. After singing the contract in the office, we go to the dock to do the check-in. Accommodation in the cabins, tour of the boat, purchase of supplies for the crew and then, we are ready to set sail. Arrival in Formentera at around 1 am. We will anchor at the Ses Illetes beach.

Day 2 - Sunday

We will wake up next to the beach of Ses Illetes. After breakfast, we will weigh the anchor and sail to the Port of Formentera (Port La Savina), the only one on the island, which is very popular in summer. When we get there, we can rent bikes (bicycles or motorcycles) to go for lunch at a beautiful location such as the "Mirador" Restaurant, on the other side of the island. After lunch we will see the lighthouse of La Mola in the southernmost part of the island and also the highest area of the island (200 meters above sea level). At La Mola there is a hippy market where you can find all sorts of curiosities. We will spend the night at the Port of Formentera. There are several restaurants there. The one we recommended the most is called "Agua".

Day 3 - Monday

In the morning, we will leave the Port of Formentera and sail towards Cala Saona, which is spectacular due to the transparency of its waters and is the ideal setting for any diving fans (googles, snorkels and fins are required). We will eat there once anchored. In the afternoon we sail to Espalmador Island (halfway between Formentera and Ibiza), where we will enjoy a relaxing mud bath in the famous mud pools. We will spend the night at a natural anchorage site.

Day 4 - Tuesday

First thing in the morning, we will weigh the anchor and sail towards the Port of Ibiza, a unique town, which is also a UNESCO World Heritage site, where you will find the liveliest area in the Balearic Islands. In Ibiza there are three Marinas: Marina Botafoch is the most chic, with good restaurants and shops. Ibiza Nueva is the largest of the three and is therefore the simplest for mooring. From these two ports there is a taxi-boat to the city center. The Ibiza Boating Club often has moorings in the early hours of the afternoon but the pier is old. Lunch in a restaurant in the Ibiza old town. Afternoon sightseeing around the city, shoping and then a night out to get to know the famous Ibiza night life.

Day 5 - Wednesday

We leave Ibiza Port and sail to Les Salines beach, a daytime hub for the Ibiza scene. Mixed beaches, nudist beaches and non-nudist beaches that have well known beach bars such as Malibú, Sa Trincha, etc. After eating, we set sail to Cala Jondal, to anchor and spend the night there. This is a beautiful beach with several bars. "Es Xarcú" is fabulous for eating fish and the "Jockey Club", located in the centre, has a more sophisticated range of food.

Day 6 - Thursday

At dawn, we sail towards the unique islet of Es Vedrá and if the sea conditions are good, we will anchor in the Bay and eat there. We will spend the night in Cala Vadella, specially suitable for anchoring during the night as it is well-protected, it tends to be quiet and there are several restaurants on the ourskirts of its wonderful beach. Farewell party!

Day 7 - Friday

We will set sail early to reach our starting poing at 6 pm. We dock at the Marina El Portet de Denia and you can sleep on board if you wish.

Day 8 - Saturday

Check-out and disembark at 8 am. 

We have to get the boat ready for the next clients to enjoy