Finish:Via dei Trasvolatori, 09067 Elmas CA, Italy
The route: Alicante - Ibiza - Mallorca - Menorca - Cagliari (Sardinia) - 510 nm (full day stops - Ibiza, Mallorca, Cagliari)
Alicante is a resort city in eastern Spain, the center of the province of the same name. It is considered the capital of the east Spanish coast and the main resort of the Costa Blanca. Alicante is a place where you can find almost everything a tourist needs: the sea and snow-white sandy beaches, rich history, and sights (from a medieval fortress to a classic Mediterranean old town with narrow cobbled streets). It is a vibrant and modern city that is one of the best holiday destinations in Spain. Join us for discovering this magic place not only from the land but from the sea.
from €1,000 / 11(11) days / 1pers.
At 9.00, we meet on board, check-in, have brunch and leave for the first warm-up transition to Altea. 25 miles, about 4 hours.
In the morning, having breakfast and preparing our boat, we go to Ibiza. 75 miles, approximately 11 hours of travel. In the evening we moor in the Botafogo marina.
We take a car and set off to explore the noisiest Balearic island.
The island belongs to the glory of the most fashionable European resort, freedom, and round-the-clock fun turning into a “breakaway” - these are the main epithets that awarded this place. In fact, there are all the necessary components for any mood - whether it be lyrical walks in romantic surroundings or a dawn dance marathon in one of the many night clubs.
Early in the morning we leave to the marina of Palma de Mallorca. 70 miles, about 11.5 hours
We take a car and go around very picturesque surroundings. The island of Mallorca is a unique place to travel: the central part of it is occupied by the extraordinary beauty of the mountain, between which lies the beautiful Es Pla Valley, and the local bays attract attractive sandy beaches. Among the many islands that Spain is rich in, Mallorca is the largest.
In the morning we go to Menorca to the marina of Mahon.
and get to know the island by car.
Going 240 miles (40 hours) to Cagliari.
Explore Sardinia by car.
After breakfast we are saying good bay each other and coming back to our homes and families.
Sardinia is a large island of the Mediterranean Sea, part of Italy. It is famous for its sandy beaches and mountainous landscapes with lots of hiking trails. On the coast of the island, which stretches over two thousand kilometers, you can see many mysterious stone buildings of the Bronze Age. They are called nuragas and resemble beehives in shape.