Water activity

Ibiza: Cala Salada & Ses Margalides Cruise with Snorkeling

Activity provider: Float Your Boat

Ibiza: Cala Salada & Ses Margalides Cruise with Snorkeling

Activity provider: Float Your Boat
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From US$ 40.02 per person

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Experience the unspoiled North of Ibiza as you see the amazing islands of Ses Margalides on a cruise. Explore Cala Salada and Saladeta, swim and snorkel, and make a quick visit to the aquarium.

About this activity

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Covid-19 precautions
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Duration 7 hours
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Live tour guide
Spanish, English

Experience

Highlights
  • Marvel at the unspoiled north coastline of Ibiza and take in the island views
  • Cool off with a swim stop at a secluded bay only accessible by boat
  • Explore the beautiful beaches for of Cala Salada and Saladeta for 3 hours
  • Enjoy a quick visit to the aquarium with included entry tickets
Full description

Head off on a sea adventure around the northern coastline of Ibiza on a catamaran cruise. Stop to swim, snorkel, or paddle in the blue waters, visit the aquarium, enjoy a lunch stop, relax on 2 pristine white sand beaches, and soak up the delightful sunshine along the route.

After meeting at the pier, you'll begin boarding for your double-decker motorized catamaran excursion. Following check-in, your guided cruise departs from San Antonio Harbour in the morning.

From there the boat will stop at the Natural Aquarium for 30 minutes, providing you with an opportunity to see all of the local sea life. On board, enjoy your choice of cava, beer, sangria, soft drinks, water, fresh fruit, and sweets. The boat will cruise along the unspoiled north coastline to Ses Margalides as your on-board guide provides you with informative commentary. You'll then set anchor for a swim stop at a secluded bay that is only accessible by boat.

Have the chance to sunbathe, swim, snorkel, or bodyboard with all equipment included. After enjoying 3-4 hours cruising on board, the boat will dock at the beautiful beach of Cala Salada.

You can have lunch at the beach restaurant (costs not included and requires prior reservation through the phone number on your voucher). Enjoy 3 hours to explore and chill out on the 2 beaches of Cala Salada and the Cala Saladeta.

In the evening, the boat will pick you up to bring you back to the port of San Antonio. You can also choose to stay on the boat and not get off at the beach, arriving at the port earlier instead.

Includes
  • Boat tour
  • Tour guide
  • Beer, sangria, cava, soft drinks, and water
  • Fresh fruit, pastries, and sweets on board
  • Entrance to the aquarium
  • 1-hour swim stop
  • 3-hour beach stop
  • Snorkeling equipment
  • Bodyboards, donuts, and other water toys
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Food at the beach restaurant
  • Paddleboarding
  • Paella menu option (due to Covid restrictions)
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds

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Meeting point

Meet your tour, the Bacchue boat, in front of the fountains, next to the Egg roundabout at the Float Your Boat kiosk. Do not park your car at the harbor as there is a 2-hour limit, the rest of San Antonio is free; there is also a big private parking in front of ITACA which is less than 5 minutes walking distance to the boats

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Important information

What to bring

  • Sunscreen

Know before you go

  • In the event of unfavorable weather conditions, the cruise will take a similar alternative route
  • Boats are filled to only half capacity to ensure a pleasant journey
  • New eco-restriction laws have been implemented to preserve the beauty of this area but have limited access, cars are no longer allowed access and boats may not anchor in the bay
  • You can bring your own lunch onboard, just chill out at the beaches, or have lunch at the Cala Salada restaurant at your own cost; the restaurant needs to be booked in advance via the number provided on your voucher
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.5 /5

based on 204 reviews

Review summary

  • Guide
    4.7/5
  • Transportation
    4.7/5
  • Value for money
    4.6/5

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The activity was very good. They showed us various interesting spots and dropped us off at two beautiful beaches. The snacks and drinks on board and the experience of stopping at a point along the way and swimming were very good. They have everything you need and you spend time at ease. The only thing that I think can be improved is that on the way back you don't have snacks and drinks, there wasn't enough water to drink and since the boat is smaller on the way back, people don't sit comfortably. It would be good to indicate that the snacks are only on the way out, if that is what is planned; and in the case of the boat, it would be ideal for it to be the same one that takes the outgoing passengers, if it is not a bit inconvenient. The treatment of the staff on the boat was excellent, they were very friendly and that made the experience positive, despite the previous points.

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August 2, 2022

I really liked this experience. The guide explained everything in spanish and english. They give us a cup when we get in the boat, hold on to that cup as it's how you have "neverending" drinks. There were sweets, cakes, fruit and crackers on board. We stopped at the "aquarium" it's small, but it's a must see. We stopped near Ses Margalides for around one hour for a swim and some snorkelling. We were lucky enough to see 4 dolphins swim along the boat. There's only 2 things that could be improved, (didn't put me off and I would definitely do it again). 1- When we get the wristband to get in the boat, they leave this to last minute. People being people, want to be the first to get in the boat, this creates a bit of chaos because there isn't a queue. To stop this "chaos" the wristbands should be given when people get there, not only when the boat is about to leave. 2- Bring your own snorkel. There are snorkels and masks to use, but there are not enough for everyone (not even close).

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July 23, 2022

We went as a family (ages 4 to 70!) and we all loved it. The super nice boat trip, with very nice views, we were even lucky enough to see dolphins during the ride! On the outbound boat there are free drinks (beer, sangria, soft drinks, and water), cookies, candy, and fruit. It is not a meal as such, but it may be enough or you can bring snacks yourself just in case. In Cala Salada we had booked the restaurant and ate a very good paella, somewhat expensive though. Eye! It is better to bring umbrellas because in the cove you can rent some (€7 for a sunbed, €7 for an umbrella) but in our case they were all taken (there are not many for the high season). It is appreciated to have an umbrella since you stay 3 hours in the cove. The unexpected negative point is that on the way back they came to pick us up with another boat, much less pleasant and already without drinks or food. It was a boat of those rapids without comfort and not everyone could get on and had to wait for another boat. Bad s

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July 22, 2022

Product ID: 347561