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Do you want to make the most of your vacation and do something different this year? Well now you have this possibility coming by yourself, with your partner, family and/or friends...
from €1,000/ person (depending on the season).

La Paz Baja California Mexico

Why travel to Sardinia?

For its wonderful beaches, because it has an ideal climate, for its gastronomy, towns and cities, for its popularity, for its architectural interest, etc...


Traveling to Sardinia not only means getting to know a Mediterranean island surrounded by sun and good beaches, but it will also give you the opportunity to learn more about Italian culture. Going for tourism in Sardinia is visiting towns and cities. Going for tourism in Sardinia is also discovering impressive and unique natural corners, and it will allow you to bathe in beautiful beaches with transparent waters and white sand, like swimming pools. You can even practice canyoning and end up in the last jump in the sea!

Para enamorados del mar y la navegación a vela...

¡La Paz es un destino maravilloso que te espera al final de la península de Baja California Sur! Este lugar mágico está separado de México por el cautivador mar de Cortés, también conocido como golfo de California. Descubrirás una naturaleza increíble de colores vivos, intensos. Podrás ver auténticas playas de fondo de arena blanca: La isla San Francisco, un popular fondeadero también rodeado de acantilados rojos y aguas cristalinas. ¡Podrás disfrutar de senderos magníficos, esnórquel, pesca y hasta nadar con leones marinos en el acuario natural de la isla Espíritu Santo! Encontrarás complejos vacacionales, campos de golf, buenos restaurantes, museos y edificios coloniales restaurados. ¡Todo esto hace de La Paz un destino inolvidable!


Trip plan

Our trip begins in Valencia, in the Royal Marina of Valencia. We always meet on a Saturday in the summer, with dates and details to be determined as agreed with the entire crew. After the introductions, we will make the shopping list and go to the supermarket to stock the boat. After stowing everything, putting the boat to the sound of the sea and after dinner, we set sail for our adventure.
The idea is to make a one-way crossing with more stops, to go more calmly at the beginning, passing through Ibiza (Cala Compte or nearby), then passing briefly through S'Espalmador and sleeping there. The next day, leaving in the morning, we would make the crossing to Cabrera, in the south of Mallorca, where we would arrive in the afternoon-evening. There we will sleep and we could dedicate the next day to explore this paradise. The next day we would leave for Sardinia, taking "the great leap", about 250 nautical miles, which would cost us almost 2 days. We will arrive on the 5th day in Sardinia more or less.
Arrived in Sardinia, it will be as agreed in common. Perhaps we would seek shelter and rest in some port initially. Then the idea is to go through the south and especially the south-east of Sardinia, reaching if possible the Gulf of Orosei National Park, an area of the coast that can only be reached by boat from the sea, and with great beauty and ecological value, since it is not in any way urbanized, nor are there roads or highways.  On the Italian island, we would spend around 5 days, leaving the last 5 days for the return.
On the way back we would look for a more direct course, on the way to Mahón or the south-eastern tip of Menorca. We could be in Menorca one day, resting in one of its impressive coves. After this we would start the return almost directly to Valencia. If the weather permits, we could double Cape Formentor in the north of Mallorca, which would be the best way, but you always have to count on the sea that you have and depending on the state, it is possible that our best option will change. In any case, if we have booked a day, we would have time for a brief visit to Mallorca.
After another 200 miles from Menorca, we would arrive at the port in Valencia, about 15 days after departure. The night from Friday to Saturday would be available to the crew, for those who wanted it or needed it to have the trip the next day, and thus spend the last night in the tranquility of the ship moored in port. There our services would end, after having traveled about 1000 mn.

More information about the trip


Boat (trip, accommodation) final cleaning and skipper.



Food, diesel and moorings in ports outside the base port.  


To carry out the trip there must be a minimum quorum of passengers, which if not reached, would mean the cancellation of the trip.  


The planned itineraries are indicative and, normally, they are feasible at the time of year in which they are programmed. Adverse weather conditions and/or reasons for the safety of the crew or the ship, and/or uncomfortable sailing conditions due to wind and waves may cause this route to vary, without thereby generating the right to claim. Fortunately, there are many alternative routes whether the Balearic Islands are doubled from the south or north.


To book, all you have to do is make a transfer of 40% of the amount of the trip and send a copy of the transfer receipt to

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