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SAILING ADVENTURES AROUND IBIZA AND FORMENTERA WITH MARCUS YACHTING

IBIZA AND FORMENTERA
DAY 1
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FROM SAN ANTONIO TO CALA BASSA

We kick off our voyage from my hometown of San Antonio de Portmany. Though our ultimate destination is southward, toward Formentera, we first chart a course northwest and northeast to visit the wonders of Cala Salada and Cala Saladeta. These pristine beaches, with their turquoise waters, are perfect for swimming and snorkeling. Pro tip: The local hippies craft exquisite mojitos, and they might even deliver them to your boat via paddleboard! Next, we head to the enchanting Cala Bassa, nestled amidst a fragrant pine forest. A quintessential Mediterranean gem, this cove becomes our anchorage for the night. Several restaurants line the shore, and the Cala Bassa Beach Club (CBBC) provides the perfect backdrop for our inaugural sunset together. Optional: While the sunset at Cala Conta is a spectacle worth witnessing, do note that it's more exposed to winds and offers less shelter compared to Cala Bassa for a serene night's rest.

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DAY 2
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FROM CALA BASSA TO CALA PORROIG

Greetings, sailors! Today, we explore some of Ibiza's most renowned beaches: Cala Conta, Cala Tarida, and Cala Vedella. These are must-visit stops on our journey. Along the way, we'll pass by Cala D’Hort and the enigmatic island of Es Vedrà, reserving Es Vedrà for our return to the marina.

Our final destination today is a hidden gem: Cala Porroig, one of my personal favorites in Ibiza. Nestled amidst nature and away from the tourist crowds, this cove's fishing huts exude charm. It offers excellent protection from most winds, ensuring a peaceful night's rest after savoring a delectable seafood dinner.

Optional: If you're in the mood for something livelier, Cala Jondal, near Cala Porroig, beckons. It's a hotspot where you can mingle with locals and savor mojitos by the beach, accompanied by live music and a parade of beautiful people at the Blue Marlin.

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DAY 3
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FROM CALA PORROIG TO CALA SAONA

You've chartered a boat in Ibiza; let's set sail! Today's itinerary includes one of our longer journeys. We leave Cala Porroig and head southeast toward Formentera. Our first stop is Espalmador Island, a stunning part of the Ses Salines Natural Park and one of Formentera's most awe-inspiring landscapes.

While here, indulge in a classic island experience – a mud bath – and let your social media followers envy your idyllic Formentera adventure. But don't forget to rinse off before reboarding!

Our journey continues along Formentera's west coast, passing by the renowned Ses Illetes beach and the island's sole marina, La Savina. Our ultimate destination today: Cala Saona. With its crystal-clear, unforgettable waters, this cove invites you to dive in and experience paradise. Capture stunning photos to share your adventure on social media.

Cala Saona is serene and provides a perfect anchoring spot for the night. It boasts charming chiringuitos (beach bars) and restaurants, offering both sustenance and cocktails. If you're up for some exercise, hike to the cliffs of Punta Rasa.

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DAY 4
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FROM CALA SAONA TO SES ILLETES

As we commence our return journey, remember that our adventure isn't over yet! If you're contemplating a hippie lifestyle change, today could be the day. We've saved the best for last, and today's sailing is leisurely. Set your course north or northwest along the coast to Ses Illetes Beach, often dubbed the "Spanish Caribbean" due to its crystal-clear turquoise waters and fine white sand. Relax, relish the scenery, the water, the company of friends and family, and the delightful moments of our boat trip.

Interested in further island exploration? Charter a motorbike at the La Savina marina for an enjoyable and popular way to discover Ibiza. Visit the local hippy markets, meet bohemian artists, and hike to the La Mola lighthouse.

I'll be here, awaiting your return for the sunset. Tonight, we'll anchor at Ses Illetes, where we'll spend the night.

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DAY 5
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FROM SES ILLETES TO SES SALINES

Today, we set sail north-northwest toward the White Island, bound for its most renowned beach: Ses Salines, or Las Salinas. You might wonder why this beach garners such fame. Well, it's known for attracting famous faces. Why do celebrities flock here? Likely because Ses Salines is one of Ibiza's most stunning beaches. Nestled within the Ses Salines Natural Park, it features sandy shores protected by dunes and pine trees. Its waters, flowing through the posidinia prairie, are exceptionally pure and transparent, earning it World Heritage status.

Having chartered a sailboat in Ibiza, let's drop anchor near a luxury yacht. You might find yourself swimming alongside a tattooed soccer player or perhaps a Hollywood actress.

The beach offers a diverse array of bars, ranging from the exclusive Malibu, where champagne flows alongside delectable dishes, to the more laid-back Sa Trinxa, known for beachside dancing to its famous house music. Ses Salines offers a tranquil and sheltered setting for a delightful evening aboard.

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DAY 6
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FROM SES SALINES TO ES VEDRÁ

Today's journey is a brief one to ensure ample time for a swim in another crystal-clear cove and a lesson in history. After rounding Cape des Falco, we venture to Sa Caleta, where the ruins of the first Phoenician

As we near the end of this incredible journey, remember that it's not goodbye but rather a "see you soon." I'm confident that you'll return to explore these azure waters once more. It has been an absolute pleasure sailing with all of you, fellow adventurers.
I'll be here, ready and waiting. By the way, which route has captured your heart the most?
With warm regards,
"The Captain of Chill"

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