There are 2 departures per day

Mornings: from 8 to 12.

Afternoons: from 14 to 18.

Departures to the north or south of the island of Menorca. The route and the stops will depend on the weather forecast.

During the journey on our boat you can enjoy of these activities:

There will be 2 stops where to enjoy these activities:

- Swimming at the best beaches of Menorca.

- Go to places that aren't accessible from land.

– Snorkeling: we have all necessary items on board.

North Route: Departing from Ciutadella, the west coast of the island of Menorca, we will visit 2 beaches: Cala’n Blanes and Cala’n Brut. Passing througth the Cap de Banyos we will border the coast on Mestral (NordWest). Where we will see the natural bridge Pont de’n Gil, then do the first stop in s’Amarador during about 1 hour to sunbathe, swim, fish, snorkel... Afterwards, we will continue to Punta Nati, starting to sail the north waters of Menorca. On this part, we will visit a large natural cave and the remains of an acident shipwreck. After that, we sail to Cala Algaiarens, where we will stop for 2 hours to eat, swim and, on this occasion, go down to the beach. And then, we will visit the furthest beach on this route: Calan Carabo. On our way back to Ciutadella, we will stop at Cala Morell during around half-hour and then return to the port.

South Route: Leaving Ciutadella, by the west coast of Menorca we will visit three beaches: Sa Caleta, Santandria and Cala Blanca. Passing by Cap d’Artrutx to boarder the south coast of the island. Here we will see the small port Es Lago, the beach of Calan Bosch and Son Xoriguer. Then we will make the fist stop in Cala Parejals during 1 hour for swimming, fishing, snorkel... we will continue sailing visiting Cala Vell, Son Saura, Cala Talaier, Cala Turqueta and finally arriving at the beaches of Macarella and Macarelleta where we will make a 2 hours stop to eat, swim, go down to the beach... We return sailing direction Ciutadella to make the last half-hour at s’Aigu Dolça and afterwards back to the port.