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Departure hours: 10:30 / 12:30

We will leave from the Marina San Antonio harbor in direction of Cala Bassa. We will pass by the Reef Cave, a natural cave where you can appreciate the Mediterranean red coral. Our first stop is the famous Cala Conta, a bay with crystalline water and white sands. After a relaxing swim, we will sail towards the big Cave (often known as the Rave Cave) and the Pirate Cave (or Codolar Cave) and will reach our second stop: Cala Tarida. This local Fisherman Bay is an excellent spot, protected from the winds and reachable only by boat or kayak. Our third stop are Es Vedrá Island and its minor sister, Es Vedranell islands; these are not only natural maritime parks and biosphere reserves but also the spiritual symbols of the island. Es Vedrà is approximately 400 meters high and it is one of the three geo magnetic points of the earth together with the Bermuda islands and the North Pole. During spring and autumn natural fogs cover the island, which disappears completely from the view. The movie South Pacific (1958) was filmed in Es Vedrà. There are several mythical stories around the Es Vedrà. Some argue is the place where Ulysses heard the mermaids; others believe Es Vedrá is a landing port for the UFOs. Regardless of these stories, Es Vedrà remains a magic and mystic place. We will sail around the two islands and stop for a swim and some snorkeling. It is common to see big groupers, barracudas, dolphins and white tunas. Our following stop is Atlantis Bay (Sa Pedrera -Big Rock), another spot that is reachable only by boat or by 4 hours of trekking. Atlantis is a fun place: you can swim or, if you are brave enough, dive from one of its hills – an 11 meter jump into the water. Like Es Vedrà, Atlantis is a mystic place, with natural pools, moonlike landscapes, rock constructions and paintings.
Our last stop is Cala D´Hort, where you can appreciate the amazing cliffs of Cabo Blanco and the iconic view of Es Vedrá and Es Vedranell. Cala D´Hort is famous for its peculiar “white” waters due to the white stones and the white sands of its Bay. Our afternoon trips (with departure at 12.30) end in front of the famous Café del Mar (San Antonio Bay) to enjoy the sunset.