Es Vedra Magic

The west of Ibiza... Es Vedra, Cala Conta & The Sunset Ashram

Ibiza is an island that where the phrase “the more you know, the better it is” DEFINITELY applies.

Most people who have been the Ibiza a few times have trodden the path of the day trip to Formentera, this itinerary offers a different style of trip which takes in some of the most stunning landmarks, spiritually significant places and most iconic natural vistas.

Es Porroig

Leaving from Ibiza port turn right to the incredible natural bay of Es Porroig. The Bay is simply stunning with very little development around it and is a large body of water surrounded by steep cliffs and mountains on all sides giving the feeling of being more on a lake or fjord than at sea. An impressive location perfect for water-sports and a nice first swim.

Then on to either Restaurant Ses Boques or Es Xarcu. Ses Boques is an old school, low-key simple but charming and delicious local restaurant with amazing sea views. The restaurant is famous for its signature fish dish of ‘Raones’ which is so tasty that it will just blow you away.  Es Xarcu is a well known restaurant set in its own lovely little bay. Its a wonderful mix of relaxed and smart, serving some of the best seafood in Ibiza. Their fresh fish is famous here and has literally jumped straight out of the sea and onto your plate!

Es Xarcu

After lunch, a short hop to the Natural Reserve of the iconic rock of Es Vedra which is literally like a skyscraper towering out of the sea. Said to have mystical powers, this is said to the the 3rd most magnetic point on earth and is believed to have a special spiritual energy. As a spectacle it will surely impress you and the boat can cruise around it so you can feel some of these myths and legends that have been said about this island (and has the added bonus of making a wonderful backdrop to your holiday snaps!) 

Guests can then head to the lost city of Atlantis which is a historical site where the Phoenicians quarried rocks from which has left some stunning rock pools and rock formations which make for an amazing snorkeling experience.

Atlantis

This place is very famous but is equally very hard to get by land so it is a real privilege if you are an adventurous one to be able to visit it whilst jumping of the boat and swimming towards it.

The final stop is the wonderful sunset spot of Cala Conta. Cala Conta is a headland with a mixture of sandy beaches and rugged cliffs which has a some great sunset restaurants and bars on it.

The much loved ‘Sunset Ashram’ provides delicious food and cocktails which perfectly accompany a Technicolor sunset set to music which crescendos into inevitable ritual of dancing which can go well into the night! We can have a driver waiting after your dinner to take you back to the villa or hotel.

 

 

 

Trip Itinerary

Departure from port at 13:00 with the Portofino 40

Head to Cala Porroig for a swim and enjoy the little oasis and views.

It takes 45 min from the port to this side of the island

15:00 Lunch at Ses Boques

17:00 Cruise over to Es Vedra which is approximately 15 min from Ses Boques, to connect with the magical Rock and for the more adventurous ones snorkel or paddle board to discover Atlantis

19:00 Head to Cala Conta Beach to have the last drinks on board and get ready for dinner.

It takes another 15 min traveling time from Es Vedra to Cala Conta.

22:00 Early dinner and drinks at Sunset Ashram where you can experience one of the best sunsets on the island.

The timings are subject to as well to time of the year, In High season Sunset starts normally around 21:00.

Driver to take you back to you villa.

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