Eastern Escape

The east of Ibiza... Tagaomago, Cala Mastella & Pou Des LLeo

This itinerary is best for people who enjoy the convenience of the ease of the facilities of the Port of Santa Eulalia, perfectly situated for people coming from the Northern and Eastern sides of Ibiza. Moreover, Ibiza can be a crazy island, but not all of it follows the hedonistic path. The East and North of Ibiza offers a more tranquil, more unspoiled and natural experience of this beautiful island. 

El Bigotes, Cala Mastella

This trip is perfect for families and groups who want to chill and enjoy watching the world go by.    

The day begins with a short hop to Cala Mastella for a swim. Cala Mastella is a secret private bay accessible only by sea offering a wonderful privacy which is rare in the summer in Ibiza. On Cala Mastella is the hidden gem of a restaurant called El Bigotes (“the mustache”) named after the famous facial hair of the sadly now deceased founder. You don’t get more charming or more old school than this place. There are two seatings. At the 12 seating you can only have ‘catch of the day’ and at the 2pm seating you can only have fish stew with potato and rice in its sauce. But there is a reason for this lack of choice, it's the simple things in life that are often the best. El Bigote is a truly unique and special place.

The boat can cruise around Tagomago which was formerly the private island of the king of Spain which is a totally deserted island with a private beach apart from one house on it, a truly unique thing for the crowded Balearics.

Once lunch is over, continue north to the picturesque bay of Pou Des LLeo which offers some of the most amazing views stretching along the north- East coast of Ibiza. There is a oceanic trench in the bay which is one of Ibiza’s best known snorkeling spots and Pou Des LLeo is also situated in a secluded bay which has still water in it making it perfect for water-sports waterskiing / wake boarding etc.

Then its a quick ride home, to be back in time for an evening rest or for the kid’s dinner.         

Suggested Itinerary

Family Friendly boat leaving from Santa Eulalia with some water sports activities like dingy and paddle boards.

Apache , Blue Diamond ...

Departure at 11:30 from Santa Eulalia.

12:00 Arriving cala Mastella for a nice swim and chilling on the boat while children have some fun with the water toys.

14:00 Lunch at Bigote

16:00 Head towards Tagomago and port des lleo for snorkeling

18:15 Cruise back towards port and arrive around 19:00.

You can have early dinner at the Port of Santa Eulalia there is several nice restaurants so that on the way home the little ones can fall asleep ready for bed.

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