Ibiza and formentera are also known as the “Islas Pitiusas” (from the Greek word “pitys” meaning pine tree) because of the abundance of pines that cover their landscapes. Ibiza and Formentera are home to about 111,200 inhabitants.
Formentera neighboring tranquil and unspoilt island set in some of the cleanest, most turquoise waters of the Mediterranean, the only way to get there is by a beautiful boat ride and this is what we are going to do together.
Here you have list about what it is included in the Ibiza & Formentera Tour:
Sometimes changes to the itinerary are necessary due to the weather or special situations This can happen with little notice. If you’re flexible and have a sense of humour, you’re bound to have a fun and relaxing trip across this beautiful part of the world.
Boarding in Denia (yacht club El Portet). First contact with the boat and its crew, we get comfortable, we are going to have dinner in Denia and then we get ready for our night cruise, enjoying the magic of the sea and its stars.
We wake up in Ibiza for our super breakfast and, first bath in “Playa Comte”, we will eat later in cala corral, if there is room and in the afternoon to “Cala Badella” where we spend the night and we will go down to the beach to “Restaurant Bon Sun for a lovely dinner. Then we can not miss “the cave of Manolito” that will leave you speech less and with a big smile on your face, because it is rather a peculiar place!
Breakfast at “Cala Badella” and sail to the exciting cave of pirates in “Es Vedranell”, then lunch “Cala Llentrisca” and food in “Port Roig” with session of muds included. We can spend the night here or if we fancy we take the jump and to “Formentera”.
Formentera, beach of espalmador / illetes. Excursion in exchange (we will visit a magical site), private sunset, chillout and dinner with the captain.
Morning visit to “Es Caló de San Agustín”, caves and in the afternoon Cala
Saona … (dinner of disguises, have you got any pirates clothes? ).
We wake up at “Cala Saona”, luxury breakfast with champagne included in “hotel Saona” (pleasure of Gods) and afternoon cruise back to Ibiza to spend the night in “Cala d’hor”.
We continue to enjoy different coves and its beautiful waters, “Cala Basa”, “Cala Salada” or “Cala Rotja” and at night return to Denia and end of our first adventure, because we are sure that we will share many more after this beautiful experience.
You can arrive to Denia (Alicante) by choosing different airports either Alicante or Valencia and then catch a bus straight to Denia (it takes about 1 hour drive).
The second option is if you prefer start the trip in Ibiza then You can reach the island by plane, Ibiza has its own airport, Sant Josep, set in the southern part of the island. Several airlines provide direct access from the Spanish Peninsula and Europe. The three main ports are the ports of Ibiza, Santa Eulalia and Sant Antoni.