Formentera is the smallest of the
Islands and located 11 miles from Ibiza, on the south.
Formentera is worthy
of its fine sandy beaches and splendid scenery. Formentera is a magnet
for the holidaymakers searching for escape and tranquillity.
Formentera boasts the highest number of blue eyed and blond women per
square kilometre in Spain. It also has the highest number of people
living to a ripe old age.
There are lots of great
to do in
The island is
considered as the last bastion of earthly paradise on the
As there is no airport in Formentera; the island is only
accessible by sea from Ibiza.
The boats depart from Ibiza port
and reach La Salvina, Formentera in about 25 mins. Travellers are
able to find various companies operating every day between
Formentera's area is 80 square kilometers and the island
completely flat except two rocky promontories of La Mola
and Cap de Barbaria. Touring Formentera by bicycles is
the best way to enjoy and discover the natural beauties.
Es Pujols is the
main tourist and holiday resort in Formentera. Majority of
hotels and nightspots are located in Es Pujols.
Pilar de la Mola is the highest point on Formentera and hosts the
ancient Frumentaria of the Romans.
The panoramic views of the
island and Mediterranean together with the beautiful Migjorn beach
on one side and es Pujols on the other side is outstanding.
The five kilometers long
Migjornis the longest beach on Formentera. Variety of
water sports such as windsurfing, kite surfing, catamaran,
kayaking, scuba diving, sailing, canoeing, jet-skis, water
skiing, parasailing and more is available at the
its beaches and crystal clear waters, if you go off the beaten
track, you may also discover and enjoy beautiful landscapes,
rock formations, villages, lighthouses, lakes, towers, caves and
caverns of the island.