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Formentera: Singular & Natural

Formentera, located south of Ibiza, is the smallest inhabited island of the Balearics. Its trimmed shape make it an island with a great coastal extension (69 km2) in spite of being a small island. When arriving in Formentera, you will breathe in that feeling of peace and quiet that make it a different kind of place. The turquoise waters are unique for their clarity, recalling tropical landscapes. This is due to the greatest meadow of Posidonia (an autochthounous sea plant) of the Mediterranean sea, declared World Heritage by Unesco in 1999.


The island of Formentera is small but accessible and comfortable at the same time. You can travel across the island on a bicycle, through its green paths, its pine tree forests, its salt mines and through its rural interior.  Its great environmental beauty and landscape, still unspoilt and wild, with dunes and well preserved beaches, greatly stand out. This is why no camping is allowed. Nowadays, the majority of Formentera's inhabitants live off of tourism, but still preserving ancient traditions. Only the natives' love for their land have made it possible to keep the island's identity throughout the years. Formentera is an island worth visiting and preserving.

Formentera: Singular & Natural

Illetes Beach

Illetes Beach, in the north of the island and the nearest to Espalmador Isle, is the most visited by tourists. It is the most accessible beach for those who go to Formentera on a day trip due to its nearness to La Savina port. The lack of waves and the wide spectrum of turquoises make the water feel like a swimming pool. Even though it is the busiest beach, walking further down the last authorised parking you can find many quieter and almost desert-like stretches.

Illetes Beach

Migjorn Beach

This is the longest beach in Formentera, with a 5 km extension that takes up all of the southern arch of the island. In it you can find a rocky and a sandy area. The great extension and geographical location make it one of the calmest beaches. It is accessible through several paths that cross the forest. The beach offers restaurants, hotels and water sports business, but not finding it extremely crowded.

Migjorn Beach

La Mola Lighthouse

La Mola lighthouse, in the west side of the island, is considered by many visitors like a magic place. Near the lighthouse you will find a a monolith placed in honour of writer Julius Verne and his mention of the island and the lighthouse in the book Héctor Servadac. The island's highest point is Sa Talaissa, at 195 metres. La Mola is a great starting point to the paths that cross the forests and enter the most rural and authentic landscapes of the island, away from the hustle and bustle of the tourists, except during the artisan market.

La Mola Lighthouse

Cap de Barbaria Lighthouse

Es Cap de Barbaria is the highest point of the southern part of the island. This haven is where the feelings of loneliness and freedom come together. This is the place where the famous scene from the Spanish film Lucía y el sexo was shot. It is a magical place to admire the sunset for its great views of the isle of Es Vedrà. its loneliness and majesty can only be truly admired at the actual place. Not far from the lighthouse you can find a watchtower from the 18th century, Torre des Garroveret.

Cap de Barbaria Lighthouse

Overall forecast

The island's climate is typically Mediterranean. Formentera has the warmest and less rainy climate of all of the Balearic Islands. The annual average temperature is 18.6ºC and it has almost 3000 lights hours per year. The climate has dry summers, mild winters and very little rain.

  • During the summer the temperatures are higher and we highly recommend you drink more water and protect yourself from the sun.
  • Formentera’s climate is mild all year round. In July and August it is hotter and much more crowded.
JAN15.5 °C8.1 °C
FEB16 °C8.4 °C
MAR17.2 °C9.3 °C
APR19 °C10.9 °C
MAY22.2 °C14.2 °C
JUN26.1 °C17.8 °C
JUL29.3 °C20.7 °C
AUG30 °C21.8 °C
SEP27.6 °C19.5 °C
OCT23.4 °C15.9 °C
NOV16.7 °C12 °C
DEC16 °C9.6 °C

Organise your trip

You can start to prepare your trip to Formentera today. We will provide you with all the required information to make your trip to Formentera the perfect trip.



Formentera has a typically Mediterranean, mild climate all year round. Any month of the year is perfect to go on a hiking trip. From May until October you will have the perfect temperature to enjoy the fine-sanded, golden beaches and peaceful waters.

If you want to visit Formentera for the best price we recommend you travel during low season. However, the prices will go back up during Christmas, Easter, bank holidays and the summer.



Your ID and/or passport are essential to travel as well as your driving licence if you are thinking of hiring a car. Young travellers, students or senior citizens are entitled to discounts on public transportation, museum tickets and other interesting sites.

How do I get there?


Formentera is a real island because it can only be accessed by sea. The nearest airport is located in Ibiza. You can access Formentera via Ibiza by plane or by boat from several ports in Mainland Spain or international airports across Europe.

When in Ibiza, you can get to La Savina port by boat. There are several boat companies that offer their services every day of the week with different timetables depending on the season. The journey from Ibiza to Formentera is aprroximately 25 minutes long.

At La Savina port you will find a bus stop and a taxi stop


    <li><strong><span style="color:#0066ff;">Public Bus</span></strong></li>

Line 1 connects the port to Es Pujols and line 2 connects with La Mola and El Pilar area.
Rates: Short distance: 1,80 eruos. Long distance: 2,55 euros
Telephone number: +34 971 32 31 81


    <li><strong><span style="color:#0066ff;">Taxi Stop</span></strong></li>

La Savina Port has a taxi stop. Please ask for a receipt in the event of a possible claim.
Telephone number: +34 971 32 20 02.



Many travellers buy a package holiday that includes flights or ferries, transfer to and from the Port or Airport and acommodation.

Medical Assistance

You may take out an insurance policy to cover medical assistance during the trip. We also offer a travel insurance policy, which covers medical assistance, theft and cancellation charges.



You can seek medical assistance in the public medical centre located in Sant Francesc.

Address: Carretera de La Sabina a San Francisco, km 2.9 07860 Sant Francesc Xavier.
Telephone number: +34 971 32 23 69 / +34 971 32 23 57
Emergency telephone number: 112

Currency and Customs

The Euro is the official currency in the Balearic Islands. As in the rest of the country, you may use credit cards for most of your financial transactions, especially in the touristic areas, where they tend to facilitate consumption to their clients. There may be some shops or small bars that only accept cash.

There are 17 ATMs, located in Sant Francesc Xavier and Sant Ferran de Ses Roques.



    <li>4B - VISA Electron - Master Card - VISA: 0034 902 114 400 / 0034 913 626 200</li>
    <li>Servired (VISA - VISA Electron - Master Card): 0034 902 192 100</li>
    <li>American Express: 0034 902 375 637</li>
    <li>Red 6000: 0034 915 965 335</li>

If I book Flight + Hotel, when will I receive my travel documents?

Once the booking is confirmed you will receive a confirmation e-mail. The voucher for the hotel will be also sent by email plus the vouchers for any other services (car hire, transfer, travel insurance) if booked.

Please note that no flight tickets are sent due to most airlines using e-tickets. You only need to print our confirmation email where the Airline`s booking reference appears and take it with you to the airport with your ID/Passport documents.

Important: Some Low Cost Airlines (Ryanair, Easyjet, Wizzair, Blueair and others) now request all passengers to check-in online and print the Boarding Cards before departure through their corresponding websites. Failure to do so, these airlines will charge you a supplement at the airport.

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