TOP 5 BAYS AT IBIZA AND FORMENTERA￼
In this article, we will present you the 5 most beautiful bays and anchorages in the Balearic Islands of Ibiza and Formentera to discover by boat
These spots are proposed to the discovery by Quicksail Agency, find our cruises in the dedicated section.
Cala Conta and Cala Bassa:
Close to the port of San Antonio, Cala Conta and Cala Bassa are the first two spots you should visit.
Cala Bassa is the first destination on your way from San Antonio, a small cove with a beautiful beach and azure water, the warm sand will welcome you with pleasure.
It is the perfect place for your first sunset in Ibiza. As far as nightlife is concerned, this first destination will not disappoint you, after choosing one of the many beach restaurants, you will have the possibility to go for a drink at the «CBBC» Cala Bassa Beach Club.
Cala Conta is a small beach offering a heavenly setting for your best Instagram photos: a small island is separated from the beach by warm, shallow turquoise water, and a few coves nearby if you want to be more quiet.
Cala Jondal and Es Vedra:
If you go to Cala Jondal by boat, you must pass by the famous island of Es Vedra, to the west of Ibiza. Why famous? Among the many legends told in Ibiza, many surround the rock of Es Vedra and its so-called magnetism, which is among the strongest in the world, along with the pyramids of Egypt.
Popular for its sunset near the rock, the beach in front of Es Vedra offers a local restaurant with a breathtaking view of the sea and the boat, which moors opposite.
A mythical place with a mysterious atmosphere.
Cala Jondal offers a choice of anchorage between the bay and the cove of Porroig. We recommend the Blue Marlin Ibiza, an atmospheric restaurant with a view of your sailboat .
Not far from Ibiza and attached to Formentera, the island of Espalmador offers an idyllic setting. This small private island of 137 hectares houses a villa and the house of the island’s keeper, but the paths and the coastline are publicly owned and you can still disembark. This island offers a sheltered anchorage in a cove with crystal clear water and protected from the waves.
There are no bars or restaurants here, just peace and quiet and nature preserved from human construction. This island has nothing to envy to the landscapes of the Caribbean and the amateurs of diving will be able to appreciate the biggest oceanic meadow of the Mediterranean, classified as world heritage.
The fauna and flora have also developed on this small piece of land, with rare and protected birds and over 260 species of flora. A corner of paradise that must be preserved.
With a long history, the island of Formentera is only 17 km long but offers many cultural places such as the Jeronimo Caves or the Salines Natural Park. In addition to its beaches and places to visit, different activities such as paddle, diving or hiking will allow you to enjoy the island.
Es Pujols :
On the east coast of the island, the beach of Es Pujol is one of the beaches where the Quicksail charters drop anchor in front of one of the bars for an aperitif in the sun.
Small coves accessible only by boat and a choice of restaurants to enjoy fresh fish caught by local fishermen.
Located in the extreme east of Spain, between the towns of Denia and Calpe, this impressive cove offers a view of the Cape of Prim: «Cabo del Prim».
Between the steep cliffs, the boulders forming islets and the various caves, Cala Sardinera is easily accessible by boat and will allow you to enjoy the shallow turquoise waters. The view is also very nice and allows you to observe the town of Jávea and «Cabo de San Antonio» which is opposite this small beach.
The anchorage, just in front of the beach, offers a panorama between the two capes, this deserte beach and the Mediterranean.
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