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Departure time: 10:00

We will leave from the Marina San Antonio harbour and sail south; we will cruise between Es Vedrá Island and Es Vedranel island. In approximate one hour, we will reach Espalmador marine park island for a first stop at Sa Torreta Bay, a stunning hidden bay with a beautiful white sand beach in the north of Espalmador island. Sa Torreta Bay is reachable only by boat. Since 1980 the tiny island is part of the marine park reserve of Las Salinas and is home to marine birds and turtles. You will be able to relax and enjoy the shallow waters of the Bay before moving to the next stop. Following a 10 minute sailing trip, we will reach the main Bay of Espalmador, one of the most famous spots of Formentera and one of the most stunning bays of the Mediterranean Sea. The island is extremely rich in wildlife, including protected birds, dolphins, tunas and turtles. We will stop at S’Alga beach, in the western section of the bay. This is a protected area and offers a halfmoon “postcard” landscape with small sand dunes and blue waters. We will stop at S’Alga for around two hours; you will be able to discend to the beach, where we can take you through a dedicated boat corridor. The third step is Ses Illetes Beach, awarded as Spain’s most beautiful beach and ranked in the top 10 o beaches of the world. Ses Illetes is known for its wide and long white strip of sand and its blue waters. Ses Illetes Beach is a UNESCO heritage site. This beach is known as the “Mediterranean Caribbean” and the “authentic Paradise on earth”. Underwater visibility is more than 100 meters thanks to the Posidonia fields that grow in the island. Our last stop will be at Cala Saona Bay. This beach is famous for the typical fisherman houses, which have been included in the list of protected cultural heritage sites of the Ibiza and Formentera Council. You will be able to learn about the Llauts (traditional wooden boats) and the system of slides used to access the water. Cala Saona is the only beach of the western coast and the only one where you can enjoy the sunset. Cala Saona bay offers also interesting spots for snorkeling. hours. If you are lucky, you might see dolphins on the way back, especially in the area around Es Vedrà.