Typical Balearic Boat Llaüt |8hs
Sailing on a llaüt is without a doubt a unique experience, and an amazing way of getting to know the Ibiza.
Spending time on a typical llaüt is also an opportunity to see the Ibiza coastline from a different perspective.
The llaüt is small and very stable, even in rough seas. It originated on as a boat intended for fishing, mainly trawling. Its past actually dates back all the way to the Phoenicians, but its true creators were the so-called “mestres d’aixa” (masters of the adze – a boat-building tool), or “carpinteros de ribera” (riverbank carpenters), a trade that is near extinction but still survives in certain areas of Balearic islands.
Included: Skipper, Cool drinks, Beer, Cava, Snacks.
Not Included: VAT 21%, fuel.
Port Base: San Antonio de Portmany
-South: Cala Bassa, Cala Conta, Cala Tarida.
-North: Punta Galera, Cala Salada, Margaritas Island.
Full day 11.00-19.00