Turquoise blue waters, white sand, pine forests and dunes in the same space… Formentera is one of the last paradises…
FOR THOSE WHO ARE CURIOUS TO KNOW A BIT MORE…
Formentera and Ibiza were called “Pitiusas Islands” by the Greek (pine tree islands???). Formentera is just 16km long (little but feisty) Back in the 60’s it became the perfect shelter for the hippies coming from all over Europe, which played a very important role in making itself known to the world and relating its name to a different vision of life and of doing tourism; -)
MUSTS- THINGS YOU SHOULDN’T MISS
There is fantastic hyppy street market that no one should miss every Thursday and Sunday at La Mola (El Pilar).
Live jazz nights at Plaza de San Francisco (summer only)
Watching the sunset from “El Mirador” restaurant (the most stunning views of the island),
and from “Es Molí de Sal” restaurant
Having a drink at the lengendary “Fonda pepe”
Contemplating the cliffs by the lighthouse at “La Mola”.
Walking up the Roman path (also known as “Camí de sa pujada”) and admiring the stunning views of the cliff at el “Rincón”.
Visiting the lighthouse at Cap de Barberia; stepping down into the hole in the rock to explore the cave and enjoy the views to the beautiful sea.
Visiting Ca Marroig. Enjoy a picnic lunch in autumn (grilling only allowed during autumn). During the summer it turns it's an amazing spot to swim (looks like a natural swimming pool) and for the brave you will find a spectacular cliff to dive from into the water.