For 14 years we have sailed the Med, and dreamed of a 3 Island Tour of the Balearics – and now we’re doing it!

Imagine visiting Ibiza, Formentera and Mallorca, each with plenty of time to explore ashore and discover all the magic that each legendary island has to offer.

We want you to experience the charm of Ibiza, the beauty of its calas, beaches the excitement of its bars and restaurants and for the lively amongst you its clubs and beach bars.

Bank Holiday Special Early Bird = 847 Euros (~£747 GBP)

Trip Highlights

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7 days sailing 3 of the Balearic Islands

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Premium yacht & skipper

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A different Harbour & anchorage every night

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Visit to the finest beaches and calas in the Med

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Unlimited swimming, snorkelling and beach time

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A Sunday night at the famous Blue Marlin beach bar

Full Trip Details:

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Starts in Ibiza, Ends in Mallorca

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We’ll visit islands of Ibiza, Formentera and Mallorca

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Holiday with a boutique company with 5-star reviews

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Ideal for both singles and couples, young and young at heart

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No sailing experience necessary

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Some of the best new friends you’ll ever meet

Itinerary

Ibiza will be your starting destination – Of course everyone knows it is home to the wildest nightclubs and some of the best beach bars in the world, but it is also perhaps the most beautiful and desirable island in the Med. Reflected by its status as the only island in the world with UNESCO listing for both cultural treasures and natural wonders.

Formentera is a stunning haven of turquoise blue waters and white sandy beaches – a low laying island where the bold and the beautiful go to play and relax when they want to escape Ibiza. Home to the finest beaches in the Med, including Playa de Ses Illetes.

Mallorca will be our base for the last 2 nights – the biggest of the Balearic Islands, and a fantastic location for stunning coves and bays to swim and sail.

Our final night will be spent in the most chic and happening part of Mallorca – a stone’s throw from the old town and its array of tapas bars, al fresco dining and late night bars.

One of the oldest and most beautiful harbours in the Med, under the imposing Dalt Vila. Ibiza Town is home to an array of some of the finest bars, restaurants and clubs awaits the hedonistic. You will join the yachts at 8p.m. just in time for sunset drinks aboard. Make yourself comfortable and meet your crew mates ready for an incredible week ahead.

Day 2 sees us set sail down the South East coast of Ibiza. We’ll stop for a refreshing morning swim anchored off the ever eventful Playa d’en Bossa. For lunch we sail to the SE corner of the island and visit the famous Las Salinas beach, home to famous bars like Sa Trinxa, The Jockey Club and El Chiringuito.

After an afternoon of swimming and lunching in Las Salinas, we set sail for Cala Jondal and one of the highlights of the week – the iconic Blue Marlin beach club. Whether you just want to swim in the sea and watch the crowd ashore or join in, you will be able to enjoy live entertainment including Spanish music, dancers and DJs, amazing food and sunset tunes.

Today we head for one of the treasures of the Med and home of the stunning natural landscapes and the finest white sand beach in the world, Ses Illetes. A melting pot of people who escape Ibiza for the day, Formentera has become an attraction in its own right over the last 10 years. Think Italian playboys, supermodels and Ibizans escaping for the day… all casting their envious eyes on you as you arrive on your yacht. After a dramatic entrance and in stark contrast to the lively antics of the previous evening, we’ll then spend a peaceful night at anchor, under the stars.

We’ll set sail from Formentera heading north passing the imposing Es Vedra. Many myths exist about Vedra, including the fact that it is one of the most magnetic places on earth. We sail around the majestic islands off San Antonio Bay and anchor for the afternoon off the area known as Playa Cala Conta and the famous Sunset Ashram. Swim blissfully in some of the clearest water on the island, or paddle ashore for a cocktail at the bar!

That evening head ashore to the famous Port de Sant Antoni. We know a wonderful traditional tapas restaurant nestled against the old city walls, where we’ll take you for dinner. Afterwards you have a choice of upmarket dining around the Yacht club, bustling pre-club bars, or perhaps a quick visit to the famous Pikes Hotel, favoured by the likes of Freddy Mercury and the setting for Wham’s music video, Club Tropicana.

We’ll have a marvellous start to the day sailing northwards along the wild and stunning West coast of Ibiza. A lunch swim at the beach voted the 2nd finest in all of Europe and our personal favourite from having travelled the world – Cala Salada – before a late afternoon sail towards the North of Ibiza. Revealing some of the most awe dropping cliffs and rock formations in all the Med, we will sail right up to the land and we’ll show you a parts of Ibiza we’ve bet you never knew existed. We’ll rest up for the night in the former fishing village of Portinatx.

This will be most adventurous day of the trip as we embark on a crossing from Ibiza to Mallorca. Its an early start for the skipper but most of you can enjoy a sleep in as we begin the crossing. If conditions allow we will stop in between the islands for a midday swim. There is something special swimming in the deep ocean, far away from land! A little “tow rope” fun for the brave as well!
We have a very special treat lined up for our arrival on Thursday afternoon. A secluded restaurant over the water accessed by the footbridge over the sea.

We’ll spend our final day exploring the SW corner of Mallorca. This part of the Balearics is very green and covered in dense pine forest. We will sail from the Andratx area, anticlockwise to the main bay of Palma Mallorca. Here we’ll spend our final evening in the yacht club marina, toasting ourselves and the awesome 3 island sailing adventure that we will have just completed, before making our way back home.

Getting There/Away

Important – We start this Trip in Ibiza and end in Mallorca. You therefore must book 2 separate single flights

Arriving to Ibiza

Your best option is the international airport of Ibiza. You can fly from most airports in the UK. From Ibiza airport, there are two options to get to Ibiza port. Option 1, bus from the airport which takes 40 minutes and cost £4 or Option 2, taxi which takes 12 minutes and costs £4 to £5 per person. You’re bound to be on the same flight as a host of other people, so don’t worry too much about the transfers until closer to your arrival.

Leaving from Palma (Mallorca)

Getting from the marina to Plama airport is very easy and you’ll undoubtedly be on a similar flight to many of your crew members. You can either get to Palma Airport by bus which costs £5 and takes 20 minutes or by taxi which costs ~£15 and takes 12 minutes.

Flights

Please look to arrive by 8:00 pm on Saturday 6th July ready to meet all your crew members and enjoy an evening in Ibiza Town. There are a number of flights that arrive into Ibiza on Saturday 6th morning, or extend your trip and get a flight in the night before.

Return wise, we’ll be arriving into Palma at 5 p.m. on Friday 12th July, so you can either fly back on the Friday evening or extend your trip and return on Saturday 13th July.

There are many airlines that fly to Ibiza and out of Palma de Mallorca including:

EasyJet
Norweigan Air
Ryanair
Jet2

Our suggested flights:

Outbound

EasyJet £57
Saturday 6th July
17:25 London Southend to Ibiza Town 20:50

EasyJet £105
Saturday 6th July
13:20 London Stansted to Ibiza Town 16:50

Inbound

Norweigan Air £30
Saturday13th July
23:35 Palma to London Gatwick 00:55 (on Sunday 14th July)

EasyJet £35
Friday 12th July
23:55 Palma to London Stansted 01:30 (on Saturday 13th July)

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