Kayak route, Cala Benirrás – Cala Xarreta, Ibiza
Cala Benirrás route: starting in Benirrás, you will go into the cave of S’Orenga, make a stop at Caló de s’Illa to do some snorkel, jumps and climb from the rocks. You will return enjoying the sunset from the sea if you choose the evening route.
Cala Xarraca route: starting in Cala Xarraca, you will sail between islands and enter some marine caves to get to Cala Xuclar to get some rest. You will return through Punta Negra and do some rock jump offs.
With your reservation we donate 5% of our income to reforestation or beach cleaning, you choose it
What does it include?
- Two-seated kayak, backrest, shove and lifevest
- 1 drink
- Picture book
- Snorkel (glasses and snorkel)
- Civil liability insurance
- 50 €/person
The north of the island shows its most intimate and wild face to the visitor. Is a rural area where small agrarian valleys and virgin bays altern.
Ibiza is an island located in the Mediterranean sea. Along with Mallorca, Menorca and Formentera and some smaller islands they constitute the Balearic archipelago, in Spain.
It’s the second island in terms of population, and the third in terms of area extension. Due to the beauty of its small bays and beaches, and the quality of the water, just as the party and discotheques, it’s internationally known.
Nowadays is a main destination for young people all over the world because of its nightlife. The island also offers many dreamy corners by the sea for those looking for peace.