Secret beaches in Ibiza, and sailing and freediving in Formentera

July 15, 2016

 

We had a fun-packed weekend here at Freedive Ibiza, involving in-water and on-water activities in Ibiza and Formentera! 

 
Saturday we went to a lesser-known and slightly tricky to get-to cove in the North of Ibiza for for some snorkelling and freediving. Great for easy shore entry from the beach or boat houses, Cala d'en Serra is a pretty cove which is perfect for swimming and snorkelling around the rocks.

 

 

 

 

We saw an octopus and enjoyed some little swim-thrus in the clear, calm waters. After this we went for a wander around the famous Las Dalias hippy market in San Carlos to get out of the heat of the day, followed by a cold beer and dinner on the verandah.
 

 

Freediver and ex-Freedive Ibiza student Marek Lukomski has a beautiful sailboat called Flamenco, available for charter for up to 9 people, so on Sunday we took a trip to Formentera.

 

 

A calm sail got us there in just over an hour. Our skipper took us to Espalmador, but to a less busy side so that we could safely snorkel around without boat-traffic to worry about.

 

 

 

 

The sea is crystal clear, and the sandy bottom makes the water a transparent turquoise that could easily be the caribbean.

 

 

Sailing back with the sunset was a beautiful end to a fun weekend!

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