From 7 days onwards, the suggested destinations are:
La Manga-Mazarrón-Aguilas-Cabo de Gata-Almería
End of Week Charter:
La Manga-La Parajola-Terrosa-Portus-Salitrona-Cala Cerrada-La Azohía-Mazarrón.
La Manga-Torrevieja-Guardamar-Island of Tabarca-Santa Pola-Alicante.
Ride along the Mar Menor, visiting Barón Island, Sujeto Islands, Rondellaand
Ride to the Mediterranean Sea, La Grosa, Ants, Cabo de Palos, Calblanque.
La Manga- San Pedro, Cabo Roig.
* IMPORTANT: All destinations depend on the weather conditions. It will be checked
in advance with the boat's captain.
Sailing on the Mar Menor
Maximum number of people: 11.
Place of activity: Puerto Deportivo Tomás Maestre
Departure Time: 11:00AM, Return Time: 18:00PM (Winter).
At 11:00 AM you will sail from the Tomás Maestre Sports Port, heading for the Mar Menor. With favorable wind conditions, the sails will be raised to experience the pleasant feeling of being propelled by the wind. If it was not possible, you would continue using the engines of the boat. During the ride along the Mar Menor, we will be able to see the Baron Islands, Perdiguera, Ciervo, Rondella and Sujeto. We will stop or anchor in Cala del Pino or in one of the islands mentioned above. From 01:30PM to 03:30PM, passengers won’t be able to go ashore since the objective will be eating or having a bath (depending on what season of the year).Later, the anchor will be raised and we will continue sailing to the Tomás Maestre marina.
Recommendations: Suitable clothes according to the season.
Although, in the Mar Menor, it is difficult to get dizzy, we recommend people who suffer from dizziness to take some kind of prevention as it may be, a caffeine-bound biodramine 30 minutes before embarking.
Required: sports shoes with white sole if possible.
Please note: Food and drinks are not included. You can bring ready-to-eat food. In case you need to heat any food or drink, you can do it in the boat’s microwave.Reserve
Ibiza & Formentera
We propose you a trip to enjoy a whole week the sea and the landscapes and much more ... The destination? Ibiza and Formentera.
The trip starts at night and the proposal is to depart about 8/10PM from Tomas Maestre Marina, and travel most of the distance during the night to take advantage of the day in our first destination: Formentera, where it is expected to arrive at noon, depending on the weather. Our first destination is Cala Saona in the south of Formentera, a paradise of turquoise waters and indescribable cliffs.
In the late afternoon, we will head to the famous beaches of Illetas in Formentera, where we will spend the night anchored in the vicinity of the port of Formentera. There we will be able to land and get to know the city, or buy some souvenirs, which is also part of the charm of this trip.
Our journey continues on the second day. We will set sail at 11 o'clock headed to the south of Ibiza to enjoy unforgettable views: Islote de Gastavi, I. Espalmador, the Frueus with its two main islets Los Ahorcados and Los Puercos. During trip we have the chance to anchor in South of Ibiza Beach in three different places: Playa de las Salinas, Cala Jondal and Cala de Port Roig.
Depending on the weather and the passengers preferences, we’ll expose which one is the best option.
On the third day we’ll sail to San Antonio, in the west part of Ibiza.
As wise men say, the destination is not the only important thing, but also the journey, in which we’ll pass by Cabo Llentrisca and we will contemplate the Islote of Esvedra and the beautiful coves that draw the coastline, until we arrive at Cala Tarida, where it is almost impossible to resist diving into its waters.
In the afternoon we will continue towards San Antonio, overlooking the famous beaches of Comte, Isla Conejera, Cala Bassa and others whose beauty will make us doubt: shall we dock in the harbor to sleep or anchor and stay in the sea? You choose.
On the fourth day we will sail towards Cala Benirras and the Cove of Sant Miquel, and before the immense possibilities of these landscapes, we will propose two options to head for the Cala Portinax in the extreme north of Ibiza or anchor there and enjoy the stay.
In the fifth day, a trip is planned for the north of Ibiza and for its eastern part, heading towards Cala Llonga, where we will see the Islote of Tagomago and its really beauty coves: Jondal, San Vicente and others. In the afternoon, we will sail towards Ibiza. We will dock in the Cala Talamanca, next to the Islet of Botafoc and we will be able to disembark and visit Ibiza.
On the sixth day we will cross the Freus towards Formentera, where we will anchor at Illetes and from where we will begin our journey to return to the peninsula. We’re expected to arrive in La Manga at 2PM of the next day and bid farewell until the next journey.Reservar
Cabo de Gata
Enjoy 86 thousand sea and a paradise destination ... Cabo de Gata. That is our proposal. The departure is planned from the Marina Tomas Maestre, at 8AM with our first destination marked: Caca Cerrada, which we’re expected to arrive around 1PM where we’ll anchor and taste a rich meal, have a bath or walk on the cliffs, according to one’s preferences. In the afternoon, you can choose to continue taking advantage of the goodness of the cove or reach the Mazarrón Martina and discover the coast.
The second day we will leave from Mazarrón to Cabo Cope, where we will anchor at Calabardina beach at sunset, although we will also be able to reach the Port of Aguilas at the night.
On the third day we will depart around 9AM to reach Carboneras at noon, have lunch and continue the route to the Port of San José at Cabo de Gata. In this trip through breathtaking landscapes we will arrive the fourth day to the Natural Park of Cabo de Gata, anchor in the Morrón de los Genoveses and enjoy the nature of land and sea.
On the fifth day, we will continue sailing the coves of Las Negras Park: Cala de Plomo, Mónsul ... small marine paradises. And with its memory in our retinas and in our skin, the sixth day we will begin the comeback journey, in a slow way, anchoring to have lunch, enjoying baths and contemplating the small beaches that dot this sea; and on the seventh day we’ll reach Tomás Mestre in the afternoon.Reservar