A yachting cruise of the islands of Ibiza, Formentera, Es Vedra, S’Espartar and Sa Conillera
3 days of sunrises and sunsets in the most beautiful places of the planet which can be reached only by boat. Unbridled joy and dancing to the world famous DJ sets. Favorite beaches of international celebrities and unspoiled bays with water visibility of up to 15 meters. Exclusive gastronomic tours, underwater adventures and mystical tales.
An unforgettable weekend on the Balearic Islands is waiting for you! All you need is to pick the dates, charter the yacht and pack your suitcase. TABI crew will take care of all the details and we will do our best to suit every need of our passengers. We will meet you at the airport, get the yacht ready, provide comfortable accommodation, book marina berths and tables in authentic restaurants, arrange off-the-beaten-track excursions to unique locations and organize other free time activities.
Would you like to relax in bed for longer on vacation or, on the contrary, to meet the sunrises every day? Prefer to start the morning with a cup of aromatic coffee and fresh local pastries? Would you like a box of champagne and a romantic dinner waiting for you in the bay? Need a spontaneous stop in the Tyrrhenian Sea for swimming or fishing? Planned to celebrate a special date? We organize everything and adapt to your schedule!
Away from touristy places
and mainstream itineraries
and yachting lessons
on 10 years of sailing experience
high-quality experience both
on the yacht and
From the very first minute of your arrival at the airport and check-in on the yacht, you will be surrounded by the unique atmosphere of Ibiza and immersed in the non-stop fun of the party island. Enjoy performances of the world famous DJs and legendary night clubs, trendy beaches and wild bays with turquoise water, hipster markets and a mighty castle of the old town, Dalt Vila, special spots for amazing sunset viewing (”Cafe del Mar”, beaches Ses Variades and Platges de Compte) and fancy restaurants (“SES Roques”, “S’Illa Des Bosc”, “Cala Bassa Beach Club”, “SA Rima”, “Elixir Shore Club”, “La Cueva” and “El Viejo Gallo”). Give yourselves to the rhythms of day parties on the beach of Bora Bora and dance till dawn in the world famous “Space”, “Amnesia”, “Privilege” or “Pacha” on Playa d’en Bossa.
You will go on a cruise around the picturesque Formentera island, the favorite holiday retreat of such stars as Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert De Niro and Naomi Campbell. Here are the most beautiful and secluded beaches with sea water of all shades of blue, so clear that you don’t need to dive to see up to 15 meters down. You will admire the superb coastline with white-washed houses under blue roofs, the lighthouses La Mola and Cap de Barbaria, as well as 18th century windmills, which served as an inspiration for Pink Floyd’s album “More”. You can also taste the island on your gastronomic tour of wineries and the fishing village of Es Calo de Sant Agusti. For the night stay you will enter the port of La Savina, the filming location for the famous film ‘Peter Pan’ and the mooring place for the yachts of millionaires and world stars.
Explore three incredible uninhabited islands. First, you will cast the anchor near the mysterious Es Vedrà, which looks like a giant dragon and attracts adventure-seekers looking for places of power from all over the world. Es Vedrà is the third most enigmatic place on the planet after the North Pole and the Bermuda Triangle. It is officially prohibited to disembark on the island, but be prepared to feel its enormous geomagnetic power even from the board of the yacht. The compass needle goes wild on Es Vedrà, mobile phones stop working and those people who are bold enough to set foot on the island disappear. Es Vedrà is frequently compared to Stonehenge, Easter Island in the Pacific Ocean and the holy place of Kurukshetra in the Himalayas. It will surely be an unforgettable experience for you!
Your next stop is a tiny rocky uninhabited island with more than 130 rare species of plants, some of which are endangered, an abundance of rabbits, lizards and the largest colony of storm petrel in the Mediterranean. The territory of the nature reserve stretches far beyond the island. The shores of Illa de s’Espartar invite you to have underwater adventures and unforgettable dives to the bottom of the biospheric Posidonia park, UNESCO world heritage site. Later that day, back on Ibiza, you will have dinner in the Michelin Red Guide restaurant named after the island of Illa de s’Espartar. It has been serving gourmet dishes from fresh seafood and telling legends of the namesake island to its guests for more than 25 years.
Your next anchorage is at the coast of 100ha large uninhabited Sa Conillera or “Rabbit Island” that has no hotels, restaurants or people, but an abundance of furry long-eared inhabitants. When taking a walking tour of this tiny rocky island, visit its famous 85m tall lighthouse of the 19th century “Punta de sa Torre”, whose light has the range of 18 nautical miles. Don’t miss the place where pirates that attacked Ibiza in the 16th century were executed. Another place to see is the cave called “Casa d’Annibal”, where, according to a legend, the famous Hannibal was born when his parents took shelter on Sa Conillera from a fierce storm. Although there are no beaches on Sa Conillera, you can swim in incredibly clear sea near its shore.
Your final destination will be Sant Antoni de Portmany, a bay on Ibiza where you will spend the night and leave for the airport the next day.