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Salines Beach Itinerary

1. Es Cavallet to Salines Beach

Old Spanish for “party ‘til you drop.” Perhaps not literally, but this is one of Europe’s favorite nightlife playgrounds. Ibiza boasts more than 100 miles of coastline with some 50 beaches, plus plenty of restaurants, bars, and water sports—and clubs, of course. Fit in a little culture and visit Ibiza’s UNESCO-designated old town.

Departing from Ibiza, we have the first beach called “Es Cavallet”. We can anchor and enjoy the “chiringuito” Restaurant in the right side. When the wind is calm, is worth anchoring and enjoying the clear water... On the left side, we have the other beach club, called “Chiringay”. The beach made popular by the photos of a naked Jade Jagger frolicking in the sea! It’s backed by golden dunes where naturists sunbathe but it’s also a great family beach.

Leaving this beach we will cross the famous “Es freus” and we can sail to the left side to Formentera or the right side one of the bests beaches of Ibiza....
At Salines Beach, we found amazing anchors and 3 different and historic Restaurants..
In the middle, the MALIBU beach club, on the left side the Guarana beach club and on the left, the Jockey Club. This beach is always calm with no wind..
Departing from this beach, we are close to Jondal beach, where the famous “Blue Marlin”.., and the best fish restaurant “Esxarcu”...

Cala Jondal Itinerary

2. Salines Beach to Cala Jondal


In Cala Jondal, you can enjoy nice music and food at the Blue Marlin Club... More relax on the left side, the Tropicana club... But if you are looking for the best fish on the island, the place is “Es Xarcu”... a Nice place to anchor and discover several ambients and people...Now, direct to Formentera?

Mesmerizing view of an Espalmador island between Ibiza and Formentera

3. Cala Jondal to Es Palmador

Swim, eat, drink, repeat: this is the format for Formentera’s golden days. How locals say “If you’re not having a good time you invited the wrong guests“


First anchoring in “Es Palmador”...
We can enjoy the best clear waters of the Mediterranean and..or maybe from all the seas? In this amazing area, we can anchor in front of the ”Pirata Restaurant or Es Moli de Sal”...but don't forget drink the best mojitos in “Beso”... In this area, we have many bays for anchors during the night. We are close to the harbor of Formentera and many Restaurants and nice clubs to get a drink... After this area, we can sail till another nice and amazing bay...“Cala Saona”...

Formentera Cala Saona beach Balearic Islands

4. Es Palmador to Cala Saona

Beach - SAONA

Cala Saona is more than a beach – the surrounding farmland and cliff top walks will take your breath away.
The views looking down from the peak of Punta Rasa make it worth the 30 minute hike: you will see some deep yet crystal clear waters battering the cliffs, and on a good day can see as far as Denia.

Leaving Cala Saona, we have the beach “Mitjorn”. Why don't anchor and enjoy the nice club “Blue Bar”?

Formentera Mitjorn  beach with turquoise Mediterranean

4. Cala Saona to Beach Mitjorn

Beach - ES CALO

Sailing to the other side of the island, we have ”Es Calo”... And of course, the best ”paella ́s” Restaurant
“Can Rafalet”. The coastline on this side of the island offers excellent snorkelling, especially in the bay to the east of Es Caló.


People enjoying Es Calo beach in Formentera in the summer of 2021.

5. Mitjorn to Es Calo


Sail from the laid-back vibes of Mitjorn to the charming simplicity of Es Calo. Explore the pristine beaches of Illetes and Levante, bask in the turquoise waters of Cala Saona, and meander through Es Pujols for delightful seaside strolls. Discover the bohemian atmosphere of San Francisco and relish the sunset at Cap de Barbaria. Es Calo awaits with its authentic fishing village charm, where seafood delights and waterfront tranquility create a perfect island escape.

Levante beach in Formentera, Spain in summer 2021.

6. Es Calo to Levante


The beaches of “Levante”...long beaches, not crowded and especially nice for give a long walk... Levante is ideal for naturists and those who like to enjoy seclusion as it comprises quiet bays and long stretches of golden sand with the soft backdrop of dunes bordering the Salinas and Estany Pudent. It is possible to walk from Es Pujols all the way along the coastline to reach the top of this beach.

There is a nice Restaurant “Es Tanga”...Ask the staff why there is a huge tree trunk in the middle of the Restaurant and how this arrived at Formentera...
Enjoy your sailing holidays in the “garden of the Med!”

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