It is followed by Es Molí de Sal, interior and terrace, with a more classic concept and very good cuisine, fresh and without sand.
Right after El Tiburón. It is followed by new and fresh Kiss Beach, younger, relaxed. Eating with your feet in the cool sand is a sensation, also with familiar faces and the odd international surprise. Its menu is delicious, a mix of Mediterranean and Basque cuisine and a lot of seafood.
Almost arriving at the port of La Savina you will find the restaurant Sa Sequí, the last one on the beach.
After lunch we set sail for Cala Saona, just as Illetas is oriented to the west, therefore with more sun. The navigation is very beautiful, contemplating the steep coast during the crossing until you reach one of the most turquoise waters of all Formentera. Here there is more depth and still you can see the background with total clarity. In this area there is usually less concentration of boats than in Illetas.
If you decide to eat in Cala Saona, instead of in Illetas, you have several options in the beach of Cala Saona, such as Sol Restaurant, closer to the shore, the Sol Post Restaurant of the Hotel Cala Saona, and the Chacala. Depending on the time available to you, you can anchor again in Illetas beach and have some Mojitos in Beso Beach if you could not eat here; the atmosphere of the afternoon is sensational. If you decide to spend more time in Cala Saona, you can go directly to the port of Ibiza and see a wonderful sunset while sailing, with Es Vedrá in the background.