Formentera is a sort of sanctuary, bursting with secrets no one should reveal; a peculiar and captivating territory. On this island of slightly over seven thousand inhabitants, the dreams of those seeking the attractive sapphire blue shores come true.
The island's mild climate fosters Mediterranean vegetation, combining dunes with forests of pine and savin juniper. The best and most popular beaches are on the northern side, while breathtaking cliffs can be found on the eastern side. Between beaches you will find amazing and perfect footpaths for hikers wishing to discover beautiful coves such as Es Caló de Sant Agustí.
The Natural Park of Ses Salines, shared with the nearby island of Ibiza, has wonderful spots such as the peninsula of Es Trucadors, a large sandbar stretching from south to north, where only the cries of the seagulls can be heard above the waves. Ses Illetes, declared the best beach in Europe or the Llevant beach, on the eastern side of the sandbar.
There are numerous cliffs on the western coast of Formentera, nestled between which is a beautiful small beach not to be missed, Cala Saona, with traditional and charming boatyards.
This is an ideal place for practising the best adventure sports. Stroll along the island on foot or on your bike and discover a Mediterranean paradise of relaxing towns and cultivated landscapes where the huge propped-up fig trees are one of the most typical sights.
Formentera is host to both tourists whose sole desire is to relax and to those who are anxious to discover secret locations. There are 32 green routes signposted, which will provide you with a different perspective of the island.
The island also holds a hidden underwater paradise, just waiting to be discovered. Make the most of all the incredible activities such as scuba diving over a seabed of teeming life, covered with extensive prairies of posidònia, which have been declared Unesco World Heritage. You will love it!