Week in Ibiza and Formentera
Do you want to live a unique holiday? Are you willing to enjoy the Mediterranean in a different way? Are you looking to discover Ibiza and Formentera with your friends like never before?
Enjoy the Balearic archipelago
Enjoy your summer like never before dreamed, aboard a magnificent sailboat of 14 meters in length, with three double cabins and capacity for up to 8 people. Travel the coasts of the paradisiacal Balearic Islands more exclusive accompanied by whoever you want and enjoy unforgettable moments in a unique natural environment.
In Sailing GAY we have been creating unique experiences for the LGBTIQ+ collective through the Spanish archipelagos, in environments of total freedom so you can forget everything and enjoy. Disconnect, enjoy sailing and your sense of freedom in dream places. Departing from the port of San Antonio on the island of Ibiza, we will enjoy the sun, the sea breeze, the most spectacular sunsets and sail the calm Mediterranean sea; all accompanied by a glass of wine and who knows, if of dolphins and whales.
Bañarte en aguas turquesas transparentes, practicar nudismo a bordo o degustar una buena paella en la playa son opciones que te ofrecemos en nuestra aventura así como fiestas en playas paradisíacas, atardeceres únicos, noches temáticas, aventura, juegos y continuos momentos llenos de relax y diversión.
WE PROPOSE YOU OUR PROGRAM
The trip begins on Sunday, departing at 12 o’clock from the port of San Antonio (Ibiza), so boarding must be done in advance.
The captain shall inform you of the route to be followed and give the instructions to be followed on board the boat. Then we will head to the bay of San Antonio to discover the coves located northwest of the bay, such as the cove D’Albarca, known for its natural bridge, where we will spend the night.
After having breakfast we will head east, visiting the first coves such as Molí, one of the most inaccessible and quiet, where we will take the opportunity to prepare a Valencian paella while enjoying the sun or snorkeling in places inaccessible from land.
Later we will go to the east of the island visiting Es Vedrá, where you will be able to enjoy one of the most sought after sunsets of the island, until we reach the Cala D’Hort, where we will throw the anchor to spend the night.
After having breakfast in the Cala D’Hort, one of the quietest and most secluded, we will head to the beach of Ses Salines, known for its dunes, its turquoise waters and its exclusive beach bars. In it we will spend the morning and have lunch.
In the afternoon we will head to the port of Ibiza, where we will spend the night to visit the city and the charm of the area of D’Alt Vila, the old walled city.
After having breakfast we will sail to Formentera, a journey that lasts a couple of hours. We will arrive at the coast of the island to visit first Espalmador, a wild and inaccessible refuge, where we will stay until lunch time.
We will end the day enjoying the afternoon and night on the beach of Ses Illetes, perhaps the best known beach in Formentera because it is a sand tongue with access to the sea on both sides, perfect to enjoy the sunset and sunrise from the sea.
After having breakfast, we will sail to the south of Formentera, and in a couple of hours we will be arriving at the beach of Cala Saona, the jewel of the western coast of Formentera, with white sands and transparent turquoise waters, where we will stay for lunch.
In the afternoon we will head to the area of Caló D’Es Mort, an abrupt area of rocks where the sea and the wind have created a spectacular landscape and where we will spend the afternoon and night.
After having breakfast, we will head east to the island of Formentera, visiting the area of Es Caló, an area of the island traditionally fishing and Es Pujols, where it will be overnight.
On the last day, after breakfast you will head back to the port of San Antonio, where at noon (12h.) you will land and disembark putting an end to this great adventure.