You will decide were to sail, but let us propose you some nice alternatives:
Ibiza and Formentera
Ibiza and Formentera are the southern Islands of Balearic, it means, good weather hits earlier and stays longer. The sailing season starts in April and lasts until October. If you choose to visit the island early or late season you will enjoy less crowded waters, beaches and restaurants.
Ibiza has at least two faces, one is dominated by the music, the beach clubs, the hype, the fashion and the other is marked by spectacular sceneries, relaxation, calas, restaurants. You decide when to jump from one to the other.
Formentera, only few miles away from Ibiza has some of the finest beaches in the world, lovely restaurants, beautiful small towns, it is always worth a visit
What to see
- Es Calo
- Es Pujol
- Cala Saona
- La Savina
- Ses Illetees
In Ibiza we like very much:
- Es Cubells
- Es Vedrá
- Cala Conta
- Cala Salada
We love Menorca. It has been our summer destination for years. The reason: we find here what we like.
Menorca, with its size, shape and prevailing winds is a paradise for sailing, enjoying pleasant winds (and an occasional strong, dry tramontana) and allowing to sail protected from the seas, gentle, fast
Menorca is the less populated of the Balearic Islands, its calas are the best for overnight stays, they are sheltered. Many of its beaches are only accessible after a long walk, or by boat, so that they are less crowded.
Its water is transparent, its sand is fine, it has a track along its shore, the Cami de Cavalls (The horse track) that enables walking and running.
It has Mahon harbour and Fornells Harbour, perfect shelters and lovely towns. Ciutadella with its harbour is unique.
There are many very good restaurants in Menorca, worth visiting.
In Menorca you will find families, young people looking for nature, you will find the persons here a bit different than in other Mediterranean Islands, we have no nightclubs and you will not see or hear about balconing, you will not be disturbed by loud disco music from other boats…
Winds and waves will determine which way we start the route.
Places you will visit are
- Isla de Colom
- The north east calas: Favaritx, Montgofre...
- The Norhten calas: Caballeria, Pregonda, Algayarens...
- The south calas: Macarella, Trebalulla, Son Bou, Calas Coves, Cap de en Font, Isla de Aire...
We have been around the Med many times. If you want we will sail with you in Corsica, its North and Bonifaccio, Sardinia, Costa Esmeralda and also its marvellous South. We also know well the Eolic Islands, Sicilly, the Ionic Greece…
We have also had guests with us in Costa Brava, Barcelona and its coast.