Charming harbors: es Caló de Sant Agustí and es Pujols

Natural quays, small houses on the beach and the best cuisine by the sea

Like the island it is, Formentera owes its origin to the sea and its inhabitants feel the sea as their patron saint and father. The ports of Es Caló de Sant Agustí and Es Pujols are two small earthly paradises with white sand, pine trees and junipers that mesmerize visitors with their blue waters. The fishermen’s houses and the many small boats and the wooden "escales" on which the boats rest - lend these harbors their flair.

Es Caló de Sant Agustí is a postcard surrounded by white fishing houses and a small natural jetty with turquoise blue water; it is one of the most beautiful places on the island, ideal for relaxing or to taste a fresh fish dish or the traditional bullit de peix.

Es Pujols is a tourist attraction on the island. He owns the only city beach on the island of Formentera, which is loved by its crystalline waters and white sand. On it you will find small and traditional sheds, where the fishermen keep their boats. An oasis with the aroma of the sea.

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The most emblematic fish dish of Ibiza


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