Why we love Formentera?
FIRST THINGS FIRST
How do we get there?
2- Take a ferry at the port (there's trips every 30 minutes)
3- Rent a Mehari (vintage small Jeep)
4- Go to the tourism office at San Francesc to learn about events happening and get your map
Who is in?
Formentera is perfect to go with a group of buddies to enjoy the full Summer experience, but you can also go with your significant other as its a super romantic place.
It's for people who like to live in harmony with nature and in tune with their surroundings.
Its a great place for foodies as there are amazing restaurants all over the island.
Where to Eat & Drink
Formentera has many amazing restaurants with local fish and beautiful romantic setups
Our Favorite restaurants
Cana e Pepa
Cafe del Lago
Moli de Sal
Juan y Andrea
A Mi Manera
Where to Stay?
Favorite sunset spotsCan Carlitos - Faro del Pilar de la Mola-Piratabus
Favorite BeachesAlthough all beaches on the island are beautiful, our favorites ones are Migjorn and Levante.
Formentera Is a good place to:
Fully enjoy the Spanish Summer spirit, disconnect, enjoy nature, watch sunsets, meet with friends, get lost, learn about the culture of the island, enjoy quality time with your significant other, or recharge your batteries.
Experiences- Plunge into the crystal clear turquoise sea (snorkeling, diving, swimming)
- Visit Cap de Barberia lighthouse. The walk is long but beautiful and it’s worth the effort. Just enjoy it!
- Horseback riding at Playa de Levante at sunrise
- Visit the hippie market “Mercadilllo Pilar de la Mola” Wednesdays and Sundays afternoon
- Scuba dive with Vellmari or Formentera Divers at La Savina Port
- Shop at San Francesc cute stores
- Visit the largest fig tree (Road to La Mola)
- Enjoy flamenco at Fonda Plate, Sa Panxa or Can Dani
- Enjoy the Jazz festivals
Fun FactFormentera lizards called “geckos” have vibrant blues and greens because they reflect the colors of their surrounding waters and vegetation
It’s also very peaceful and clean.
PS: Heres a little video we made to support "Posidonia Project", a local initiative whose mission is to protect and preserve the Posidonia - an aquatic plant endemic to the Mediterranean - which is instrumental to maintaining the balance of the underwater ecosystem in Formentera.