Balearic's smallest island

Just 30 minutes away from the world’s nightlife capital Ibiza, is a secluded and idyllic island called Formentera.

For centuries it was adrift from the rest of the world, unknown and unvisited, a desert island made almost uninhabitable by pirate raids from the coast of Africa. CNTraveller

The towns in Formentera retain the look and vibes of small villages.

Sant Francesc Xavier

The rest of the island is mostly pine woods and forests, salt marshes, and the rural hinterland with fig trees and olive trees.

More than 20km of beaches with creamy white sand and turquoise water.

Platja Sa Roqueta

Caló d'es Morts

Es Arenals

Cala Saona

A refuge for hippies, clubbed-out Ibiza veterans, Italian tourists by the boatload and the occasional supermodel, yet Formentera manages to hang on to its bohemian, below-the-radar charm. Guardian

Platja des Illetes

Breathtaking views, dazzling colours, scooter rides, chiringuitos, mojitos on the beach, magical sunsets.

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