A route around Ibiza on catamaran

Jan. 25, 2021
by medcat


Ibiza is an island often underestimated. With a total of more than 200 km of coastline, crystal clear waters, and hidden coves, it is a jewel in the Mediterranean. The diversity, the richness of the landscape, and the marine life are elements that make Ibiza a unique island. Swim in the crystal clear waters, dip your feet on the white sand beach, and enjoy the sunset and the Mediterranean diet aboard our catamaran.


First stop
Caló des Moro - Cala Bassa - Cala Compte/ Sant Antoni de Portmany (5 nm – 40 min)
Board our catamaran and immerse yourself in the world of sailors. In the Caló des Moro begins your escape from everyday life to Ibizan paradise. From here we recommend a short trip to Cala Bassa, one of the most beautiful bays of Ibiza, framed between gorges. Spend the first night accompanied by good music and delicious food while watching the sunset. At night, you can moor in Port Sant Antoni or in the bay of Cala Compte.

Day 2: Cala Salada - Cala Benirràs (12 nm – 1h 25 min)
Recommended restaurants:
Cala Benirràs: Restaurant Port de Balansat

The next morning, we continue north to Cala Salada. This is a great place for water sports activities. Take a kayak and explore the bay, which is surrounded by pine-covered hills. The water is crystal clear and perfect for swimming, the bottom of the sea is sandy and soft.

In Cala Benirràs, the bottom is a little more stony, which makes the water exceptionally clear and perfect for diving. Every Sunday in summer, musical groups gather to accompany the sunset. Enjoy it on board with a delicious dinner and stay the night.


Day 3: Cala Xarraca - Port of Ses Caletes (7 nm – 50 min)
Recommended restaurants:
Cala Xarraca: S'Illot des Renclí

Continuing through the island, the catamaran heads to the beautiful bay of Cala Xarraca the next day. It is only about 90 m long and 15 m wide. You will be able to explore the rough red rocky paths and the small white houses that stand out as points of color between the rocks. A bay further on we recommend the restaurant S'Illot des Renclí with Mediterranean dishes.
In the afternoon, you can continue to Port de Ses Caletes. This wild yet romantic bay offers a contrast to the bays that have been explored so far, with its rocky beach and steep cliffs in the middle of the Ibizan nature away from the crowded beaches…

Day 4: Es Figural - Nikki Beach (12 nm – 1h 25 min)
Recommended restaurants:
Es Figural: The house of the boat, Bar Anita
Nikki Beach: Nikki Beach

The fourth day begins in Es Figural, a beautiful cove overlooking the private island of Tagomago. Have lunch at one of the restaurants and then sail south to the exclusive and famous Nikki Beach. An elegant beach club with the best cuisine, accompanied by the best music DJs. Enjoy the view and the sun, to get the perfect tan for your vacation.


Day 5: Puerto Ibiza - Ses Salines (15 nm - 1h 45 min)
Recommended restaurants:
Ses Salines: Jockey Beach Club

The next day, your catamaran sails for an hour to the lively port of Ibiza. Here you can visit the promenade and see the largest yachts in the world. We also recommend walking through the alleys of the old town, up to the Castell de Eivissa. In the port there are several high class restaurants and cafes for a rounding lunch. For a relaxing afternoon, you can anchor in the bay of Ses Salines, just under half an hour from Port Ibiza.


Day 6: Porroig - Cala d Hort (12 nm - 1h 45 min)
Recommendned restaurants:
Porroig: Es Torrent
Cala d'Hort: Es Boldado

In the southwest of the island there is the Porroig Beach. A place where you can take a yoga class in the morning or take a stand-up paddle around this beautiful bay.
You can spend the afternoon in Cala d'Hort, which resembles a golden bowl with turquoise water.


Last stop: Cala Vedella - Cala Tarida - Sant Antoni (10 nm – 1h 10 min) 
Recommended restaurants:
Cala Vedella: Restaurante Playa Coktail-bar Cana Sofia
Cala Tarida: Club de playa de algodón

Cala Vedella is very popular within families due to the shallow entry into the water. There, families can perform various water activities available, such as jet skiing or a dive in the diving school. If you still want more, you can try more water activities in Cala Tarida.
On the way back to Sant Antoni, you will discover some more bays and enjoy the last sunset, at night let yourself be carried away by the waves until you fall asleep.
This is where our itinerary through the Island of Ibiza ends, a trip full of great moments in an idyllic paradise to enjoy with your family and friends.


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