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Sweet Home Formentera

On Thursday we sailed around Ibiza's impressive west coast, and its sheer cliffs then crossed to Formentera, an island just to the south. We anchored off Espalmador which is about as close as you can get to a deserted island paradise in the Mediterranean and is as impressive as almost anywhere I sailed in the Bahamas. The water's crystal clear, the beaches are white, it's almost uninhabited, and the town of Sabina is only a two and a half mile dinghy ride, from where you can catch a ferry into Ibiza's wonderful old town.

Chris and Berit flew out yesterday, having been here for the last fortnight, and having sailed almost non-stop between all the major Balearic islands in that time.

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Hi
Found ur site looking for moorings in south of france. The sailing book u refer to, which first got u thinking. Who was it written by? Hope to hear from u cheers

Jon

looking for 3 houses for 4/5 people each,or two big one's

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