Another route to see the hidden features of Ibiza

On this route you will sail for longer with your boat rental ibiza, so if what you like is sailing this is where you can enjoy an authentic sailing day. We will embark on Cala Jondal and head towards Cap Llentrisca, which together with the peak of Sa Talaia de Sant Josep is the highest area of ​​Ibiza. It is a coastal area of ​​great landscape variety, with numerous nesting bird colonies, among which Eleonora’s falcon stands out. The area has become known as the Natural Reserves of “Es Vedrá” and “Es Vedranell”. We will be able to observe these two majestic islets, mainly photograph them and we will sail to its shore.

A short distance from Cap Llentrista is Sa Pedrera with the famous Atlantis rock formation formerly used as a quarry to extract the famous “marés” stone used in large part for the construction of the D’alt Vila fortress in the 16th century. It constitutes a mandatory stop for bathing in its natural pools.

After swimming in Atlantis we crossed the islets of Es Vedrá with its 385 meters of altitude and Es Vedranell, which is somewhat smaller. They have become one of the best known symbols of the Pitiusas Islands and are two of the most photographed icons of Ibiza. The islets are privately owned, some goats live in addition to the endemic subspecies of native lizards Podarcis pityusensis that differ from the common lizards by its intense blue color. There is a lot of legend and history in reference to these two islets about their power and energy. The sunsets are famous for the wonderful sunset behind these islets.

We continue sailing to Cala D’Hort, a small, endearing cove with sandy beach and where you can stop for lunch. There are a couple of restaurants along it. From Cala D’hort there is a spectacular view of Es Vedrá.

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