Ibiza & Formentera

The Ultimate Way to Enjoy Formentera’s mellow vibe and Ibiza’s glittering hotspots

A week's yacht charter in Ibiza and Formentera enables you to enjoy golden beaches and balmy swim one day and Michelin-starred restaurants and a vibrant social scene the next.

From cosmopolitan-chic Marina Ibiza to jewel-toned Cala Conta, here is our suggested itinerary for a week of breathtaking views, gourmet cuisine and endless activities, all enhanced by the excitement and romance of living on a charter yacht.


Illetas, as close a vision of the Caribbean as you could ever experience in Europe, is a short cruise away from Ibiza Marina. Spend the afternoon dozing off on salt-white sands and taking cooling dips in translucent waters before enjoying chilled rose and steaming paella at destination restaurant Juan y Andrea. Although you may never want to leave Illetas, Cala Saona, on Formentera's west coast, is the kind of bay dreams are made of and a tranquil spot to spend the night.


Snorkelling is a must for underwater enthusiasts as they can experience close encounters with colourful fish and be mesmerised by Cala Saona's undersea 'light show', a magical combination of stone reds, sea blues and a soft, golden glow. After a morning scoping out Cala Saona's magical underwater world head to Porroig on Ibiza's south coast. Charming, unspoilt Porroig boasts a beach dotted with fisherman's huts and jewel-toned vistas that will take your breath away.

Take the edge off a hot summer's day by sipping on a 'Jondal Desire' on the see-and-be-seen decks of Cala Jondal's beach club Blue Marlin. Between two lofty promontories and with its bewitching vistas, this south-coast cove is also a beautiful spot to drop anchor for the night.


From Cala d'Hort, one of Ibiza's best-known beaches, you'll be able to spot Es Vedrá, a vertiginous island and one of the most spellbinding sights in the Balearics. From sirens to UFOs to the Virgin Mary, Es Vedrá stars in many local myths and legends. Es Boldadó, a restaurant located on a cliff, offers stunning views of the islets Es Vedrà and Es Vedranel and fish so fresh it talks back. Keep your camera at the ready during the trip to Cala Conta as it will feature ever more Instagrammable scenery. Piece de resistance is Cala Conta's sunset - a vibrant sky canvas showcasing everything from soft pinks and burnt oranges to lemony yellows and fiery reds.


Although a visit to Ibiza's bay of Can Tarida with its two gold-sand beaches is not to be missed, make sure you don't leave Cala Conta before donning your snorkelling gear and ticking the 'Posidonia box'. Posidonia is an endemic plant of the Mediterranean and cannot be found anywhere else on earth. From Cala Tarida, head back to chic Marina Ibiza for a glamorous night on the town. We recommend Lío, an Ibiza institution where evenings feature gourmet dining, cabaret shows and live music.


Es Caló, another beautiful corner of Formentera, transfixes through its white-sanded beach, crystal clear water and superb lunch options, such as Es Caló, - a restaurant which is listed in the Michelin guide and sought out for its Spanish cuisine. After lunch go for a walk around the bay and discover the multiple little beaches and beautiful landscapes before cruising to "Faro de la Mola", an 1861 clifftop lighthouse and one of the most impressive sights on Formentera. Oh, and Calo D ́Es Mort, your next port of call, boasts a sunset which is hands down one of the most spectacular we've ever seen.


While your last afternoon should be spent snorkelling and soaking up the rays on the beach, Ibiza's old town will provide everything you need to cap off your cruise in style. Meander around Dalt Vila's cobblestone streets and scope out the area's cute cafes and chic boutiques. La Dispensa, in the heart of Dalt Vila, is a perfect choice for dinner. Expect a veritable feast for the senses, both by means of the chef's fusion cuisine and the restaurant's vintage decor.

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