From Denia to Ibiza
Denia to Cala Purroig (Ibiza) You will settle in the boat on Saturday afternoon. We advise you to set up everything and spend the first evening getting used to the yacht. At around 10pm, you will start the crossing from Denia to Purroig. After about 50 nautical miles from Denia, cap 90°, you'll reach Ibiza and heading south east, you'll reach Purroig Creek.
Cala Purroig - Illetes - Puerto de la Sabina A little rest at Purroig, enjoy lunch on board while navigating towards Formentera. 10 nautical miles further, you'll anchor at Illetes, where you'll spend the evening and then finally drop anchor in the Port de la Sabina.
La Sabina - Cala Saona - Espalmador A day spent navigating towards moorings in exceedingly transparent waters (Cala Saona) where you can swim, eat and disembark... In the evening, you'll set sail for Espalmador, an uninhabited island where you'll drop anchor for the night facing a sandy beach protected by dunes.
Espalmador - Puerto de Ibiza After breakfast, tour the island, frolic in the waters and return to the boat for lunch. You'll then set sail for the port of Ibiza. Touring the town is recommended for checking out its extravagant night life. If you like partying, set yourself limits because Ibiza doesn't have any.
Puerto de Ibiza - Cala Portinatx After getting up, taking your time, set sail along the east coast of Ibiza and stop for lunch facing the the Island of Togamago. In the evening, navigate towards the Creek of Portinatx, where you will drop anchor if there's not a northerly wind.
Cala Portinatx - San Antonio During the day, sail towards the north of Ibiza. Have lunch in one of the numerous creeks which you'll come across along the way (Benirras, Salada...) In the evening, set sail for San Antonio and prepare for the journey back to Denia.
San Antonio - Denia Some people prefer navigating during the evening in direction of Denia and spending the last day in one of the Creeks of Javea. Not a bad option.