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Experience the waters of Ibiza and Formentera in a way you didn’t imagine possible

Our knowledge of the islands will help you to have an unforgettable experience

Coral Yachting offers the possibility of sailing where you wish or allow us to advise you about the best sailing routes, places to visit and restaurants to enjoy.

A day out on a boat can be very varied, if you wish to go to a fashionable restaurant or spend the day quietly with your friends and family on board, our team can recommend a bespoke route to meet your specific needs.

Our skippers know every corner of the islands. Taking note of their recommendations is important to have a unique day out, visiting the most untouched places away from hordes of tourists.



Catering and restaurants

We can recommend and make reservations on your behalf at the best beach restaurants in Ibiza and Formentera or if you prefer we can also offer you onboard catering. Consult our food and drink menu or let us know what you fancy to eat so we can create a menu just for you.

The most classic route: Ibiza to Formentera

Ibiza wouldn’t be the same without Formentera. If you’ve never visited this idyllic island of a mere 12.000 inhabitants and 69 kilometers of stunning coastline this is the route we most recommend for you. Es Palmador would be your first stop, weather permitting. This is a private island situated to the North of Formentera. It has been described by many as a paradise in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, dropping anchor in its waters you can relax, sunbathe, walk along the beach, dive or enjoy an aperitif on board before going to have lunch. In Es Palmador you will also find the famous natural mud baths which some say have peculiar properties for the skin, whatever you believe you’ll probably leave covered in mud as many before you!

After relaxing on board, it will be time to gather your strength in one of the restaurants on the beach at Illetas where the skipper will drop anchor. We highly recommend the following restaurants: Juan y Andrea, Molí de Sal, Beso Beach and El Pirata. All offer dinghy services and you can be collected from your boat and taken direct to the restaurant of your choice without getting wet.

After a delicious meal, we recommend you sail along the east coast of Formentera until you reach Cala Saona. You’ll be left speechless when you see its beautiful waters and coast. If you’re adventurous you could snorkel your way through the many caves. When the sun begins to set, it is time to return to port, you’ll be more relaxed, have a better tan and you’ll be much happier than normal.

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*Out of curiosity, did you know that the island of Es Palmador is actually for sale with a price tag of 18 million euros?

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*A piece of advice: Es Palmador and Illetes get really busy in the months of July and August. If you’re looking for peace and quiet we recommend you only go there early in the morning or out of season.

The coastal route around Fomentera

To travel around the whole coast of Formentera in just one day, you will need to rent a motorboat and leave early in the morning to make the best of the day. You will be left open-mouthed at the sight of the lighthouses of La Mola and Cap de Barberia rising above the cliffs. In addition, you will discover hidden coves where you could be the only boat anchored. In order to follow this sailing route, it is essential that the weather is at its best and that you take into account the additional fuel you will need.

Mediterranean Paradise: Illetes

Ses Illetes beach, in Formentera has been given global awards for its beauty. Its white sands and transparent waters will be a great introduction to Formentera. This is a popular venue for our customers and has many of the best restaurants in the area.

An upcoming trendy spot: Es Caló

Es Caló is situated on the east side of Formentera in the bay adjacent to La Mola, the highest point of the island (192 metres). It’s a less busy spot and has amazing views to Ibiza and the cliffs which form La Mola. Es Caló restaurant lies along the clear waters of the tiny village which has the same name.

The enigmatic island of Es Vedrá

To see the island from the mainland is impressive but to see it from the water and sail around it, it’s even more spectacular. The sight of this place has often provoked a reaction in visitors and it has been where many have proposed to their loved ones fortunately always with a happy ending.