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Catamaran cruise around the Balearic Islands

Ibiza Port
11.6 m
Up to 8 passengers
All levels
Recommended for families
Available in :
Private cruise

The cruise

Departing from the island of Ibiza, you will be welcomed onboard the Lagoon 40 S2 catamaran by Javier, a professional Spanish skipper who speaks fluent English and who will take you exploring Ibiza and Formentera. Click here to find out more about the Balearic Islands. If you are looking for somewhere to spend a relaxing break and which offers turquoise waters, white sands, little coves, sea bathing and visits to little villages every now and again, then the Balearic Islands are the perfect destination.

Your possible stops during this cruise

Balearic Islands catamaran cruise itinerary Each island has its own individual character, its own charm and its own attractions and places of interest. One of the islands you will visit and explore is Ibiza, which, in addition to its reputation as a party island, also offers a charming landscape of towns and villages perched overlooking the sea. You will also explore its turquoise-blue water beaches, such as Salinas, a white sandy beach surrounded by dunes and pines and located in the island's national park, Cala D'Hort, with its fishermen's huts, and Cala Conta, with its white cliffs. And also be sure to spend some time visiting Eivissa, Ibiza's old town, which was inscribed as UNESCO World Heritage in 1999. Representative of the whole island, going for a stroll around its little streets is a delight. You'll get to see and admire its 14th century cathedral and 16th century defensive walls. Next, set sail for Formentera, the island of pines, and explore its shallow-water beaches. Bathe in the sea well away from the crowds. Succumb to the temptation of an aperitif in one of the numerous bars along the beaches… in short, enjoy yourself!

The boat


Lagoon 400 S2 - 11.6m


  • 4 double cabin(s)
  • 2 single cabin(s)
  • kitchen
  • 4 shower room(s)

The skipper sleeps in the middle


Catamaran with 4 cabins with double beds.

Practical information

Life on board

Where do we sleep ?

The skipper sleeps in the middle

Food on board

The passengers cook but a hostess option is available

Location and boarding time


Ibiza Port

Boarding time


Landing time


How to get there ?

If departing for a catamaran cruise around the Balearic Islands from Paris, we recommend flying direct to Ibiza. The Balearic archipelago is served by most of the standard airlines and numerous low-cost ones, such as Vueling.

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