Formentera, declared a World Heritage
Site by Unesco in 1999, is a small paradise
in the Mediterranean Sea that has
nothing to envy to the islands of the
Caribbean Sea.
The island situation and the lack of a
large port and airport have meant that
Formentera remains unspoilt.
Platja de Migjorn
Mitgorn beach
There are several picturesque
towns that we can visit,
such as San Francisco Javier
Sant Francesc Xavier
Around the island, at strategic points,
we will find several lighthouses,
as La Mola.
From La Mola viewpoint you can
see the turquoise waters of
Formentera. On clear days you
can see the coast of Ibiza.
Sunsets in Formentera are simply
spectacular, ranking among the best in Spain.
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Formentera is characterized by respect
for nature, the survival of its own culture
and the vision of achieving exclusivity
through the protection of the
El Pilar de la Mola
Formentera is perfect to enjoy
different water sports,
such as paddle surfing.
In the 60s it was visited by many famous
people such as Bob Dylan or Pink Floid
who made the name of Formentera
cross borders.
Formentera, a quiet paradise that
has not lost its natural beauty
with beautiful beaches, charming towns
and radiant waters, is waiting for you.
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