Formentera is a very small island, only 19 kilometers separate La Savina port from La Mola lighthouse, connected both by a single road. Every corner of Formentera is worth it, but we strongly advise not missing landmarks like the lighthouse of La Mola, the viewpoint, Cap de Barbaria, the tip of Sa Pedrera, Migjorn and
In Formentera you may find a huge variety of restaurants, both international and autochthonous cuisine. We recommend some typical dishes from the island that you should certainly not miss, such as the local salad “ensalada payesa”, the calamari cooked in a traditional way “calamars a la bruta”, the octopus “fritada de pulpo”, and the fresh
Formentera is a perfect place where to enjoy sunsets, either from shore or from one of the many bars that pay homage to it every evening. For this, we recommend going to Migjorn, Cala Saona or Ses Illetes beaches, where you can enjoy excellent views.
The main shopping areas in Formentera are Sant Francesc Xavier and Es Pujols, where you will find all kinds of shops and retail outlets. Taking place in El Pilar de la Mola, and legacy from the hippie community living in Formentera since early 60’s, every Wednesday and Sunday during summer season La Fira de La
Perhaps the highlight of Formentera are its spectacular white sand beaches and crystal clear shallow waters dotted with small rocky areas and surrounded by dunes that provide that air of unspoilt beaches isolated in nature as if it were a desert island. It is worth highlighting the various coves lined up along the coast of