Routes to sail from Santa Eulália or San Antonio


Which beaches should you sail to in Ibiza? Whether we leave from Santa Eulália or San Antonio these beaches should be on our sailing route.
If you want to sail the beautiful coasts of Ibiza, the best way to do so is by sailing. And thanks to Barracuda Ibiza it will now be possible for you.
Whether you sail the east or west coast of the island, Barracuda Ibiza will always have for you the best charter boats at the best price, just send an email to [email protected] or a WhatsApp to +34 649 633 299 they will assist us.
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Routes to Santa Eulália or San Antonio
Sol d’en Serra – Illetas
On this route you leave from Santa Eulália to Sol d’ in Serra, an extensive beach of boulders with high cliffs.
It is known as a quiet area of few anchored boats, which makes it an excellent choice for anchoring near Santa Eulália or the port of Ibiza.
There you will find the restaurant Amante, where you can make a stop to enjoy the local cuisine.
Cala Boix – Tagomago
Another route of the port of Eulália where we visit different places, the first of them is the cala Llenya, a family beach with occasional waves to surf. Its restaurant Punta Verde offers good food in comfortable Balinese Chill outs.
Then you can head to Cala Boix, known as a wild beach of beautiful cliffs. Then, your route will take you to the private Tagomago Island, an ideal place to anchor.
Finally, you can anchor at Cala San Vicente, a beach with clear waters despite being very urbanized.
Cala Conta – Illetas
The route begins in Cala Bassa, a beautiful beach next to the port of San Antonio where you will be impressed by its crystal clear waters and beautiful light. It has a great beach club, called Cala Bassa Beach Club.
Then head to Cala Comte one of the most beautiful beaches on the island, which offers us different coves and anchorages around it.
Another of our destinations will be Cala d’ Hort, a beach with a breathtaking view of Es Vedrá Island. And it is on this enigmatic island where our route will end, being an excellent anchorage place full of myths and legends to experience.
Cala Salada – Benirras
The first stop will be Punta Galera, where the cliffs with curious cuts in their rocks produce flat terraces, ideal for spending the day.
The beautiful bottoms and the vast marine life make it popular for snorkeling, giving this cove a young and relaxing atmosphere.
Your next stop will be a beach divided into two, Cala Salada and Cala Saladeta, the latter being the quietest and most beautiful to visit.
Finally, you can head to Benirrás, a cove in the north of the island, famous for its drum concerts and wonderful sunsets. When the sun goes down, the island’s hippies gather to bid farewell to the day.
Whether you decide to tour the east or west of the island, Barracuda Ibiza offers you the best boats we can find on the island to make it possible.
From mega yachts and event boats, to stylish boats and sailboats.
Renting your boat and getting ready to tour Ibiza has never been so safe and easy. Choose the routes from Santa Eulalia or San Antonio and make them a reality with your charter boat.

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