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This route is one of the most special in the northwest of the island of Ibiza, since most of the enclaves we will pass through are only accessible by boat.

In addition, it is ideal if we leave from the port of Sant Antoni de Portmany. It will not take more than an hour to reach the first stop, Ses Torretes area. Before, we will have a panoramic view of this part of the Ibizan coast: Punta Galera, Cala Salada, Cap Nunó, ses Margalides or Cala d’en Sardina. In the back, as is also the case on the Cala Vedella-Cala d’Hort and Cala Bassa-Cala Comte routes, we will see a forest of junipers and pines. Do not miss this route to sail in Ibiza and discover the best beaches in Ibiza.

We will leave from the port of Sant Antoni de Portmany around 10 a.m. and we will enjoy a pleasant journey and the views of the low cliffs and the numerous caves in this part of the island, to reach our first stop: Punta de ses Torretes.

Punta de ses Torretes

According to the Enciclopèdia d’Eivissa i Formentera (“Encyclopedia of Eivissa and Formentera“), this long and narrow peninsula located on the coast of Santa Agnès de Corona, on the edge of Sant Mateu d’Albarca, is crowned by three more points that reach between 25 and 30 meters tall, which are called “sa Torreta de Dins”, “sa Torreta d’Enmig” and “sa Torreta de Fora” (the tower inside, in the middle and outside). This toponym has been documented since 1717. Thus, we will spend some time sailing through this spectacular area and discovering the different rock formations and caves with crystal clear waters.

“Punta de ses Torretes” by Ramon Lacambra is marked with CC BY-NC 2.0.

Cala Aubarca

After a while, we will head for Cala Aubarca: spectacular cliffs and a lot of tranquility is what you will find in this cove where there are few stretches of sand to anchor. Anchoring is especially important in the waters of Ibiza and Formentera, since the islands are home to some of the most important posidonia meadows. The meadows of this marine plant were declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO for their importance in the conservation of the Mediterranean ecosystem. It provides numerous benefits and is the reason why our waters are so transparent. For this reason, anchoring on Posidonia is prohibited. In Cala Aubarca, as we said, there are few sandy areas to anchor, so it is recommended to arrive early.

“Cala Aubarca” by Iva Schwalbe is marked with CC BY-NC 2.0.

Lunch time

After a while in the water to cool off and after the crossing from the port of Sant Antoni, our appetite will have whetted and the perfect time for lunch will have arrived. We remind you that you can hire a custom-made catering service with us. With this option you can drink and eat when you decide, and you will have a varied and quality menu and you’ll only care about enjoying the best coves and beaches of Ibiza. On this route it is the best option, since there are no restoration options in the immediate vicinity.

“Cala Aubarca” by Iva Schwalbe is marked with CC BY-NC 2.0.

Enjoying the views

After eating, we can take the opportunity to rest from the morning’s activities and sunbathe on board. We will enjoy the impressive views of the cliffs and the turquoise waters and the islets close to the coast. This beach is ideal for snorkeling. Cala Aubarca and the entire area that surrounds it is one of the places of greatest scenic, botanical and ornithological interest in that part of the island.

Around 5:00 p.m. we will head to the port of Sant Antoni de Portmany to finish our day of navigation at 6:00 p.m. But first, we can take advantage of the time spent sailing to relax on board, sunbathe and observe the landscape. You’re imagining it, right? Choose this route to sail in Ibiza and discover the best beaches and coves in Ibiza. Happy crossing!

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