North Route Cala Xaraca / Portinax

Departure from Ibiza Route 4

Once we leave from the port of Ibiza our course will be, to the East. In about 15min we are in Son den Serra, a large cove open to the south, with seagrass and sand bottoms. We take the first bath here and continue towards Tagomago. It is a private island with a bay that offers an idyllic place to anchor thanks to its sandy bottom and turquoise blue waters.

We will continue heading north and once we have passed cala Sant Vicent , we will find a wonderful and lonely corner called Es Clot des Llamp. In this small protected and isolated place, with hardly any boats, we can snorkel quietly and enjoy crystal clear waters full of marine fauna.

Next, Portinatx awaits us, a magnificent natural refuge offering spectacular calm waters where you can anchor. The eastern end and the south of Sa Galera, we can anchor front of a cave, which we can explore in paddle surf. It is a very protected place and a good place for a picnik, or if you wish there is a restaurant not to be missed- Los enamorados.

Right next to Portinatx we have the wide bay of Xarraca, which offers us multiple places such as Cala Xarraca, s´Illot d’en Renclí, Cala des Xuclar. On a boat trip it is perfect to discover all its charms. They are ideal places to anchor and explore the seabed or get to know the coast up close with a paddle surf again. To finish further west is Caló des Porcs, where we will give ourselves a final bath in turquoise waters with shallow and sandy bottom .

After this magnificent route we return to Ibiza, which will take us approximately 1 hour.