Only 20 kilometres wide, Formentera has some particularly beautiful hidden corners.
• Lighthouse of La Mola. If there is a typical image of Formentera, then it is this lighthouse, which can be reached either on foot, through one of the 'green routes' or by road, which is usually cycled or driven along by motorcycle.
• Es Caló de Sant Agustí. A small fishing town in which small wooden structures serve as a refuge for the boats that enter there.
• Lighthouse of the Cap de Barbaria. The landscape of this place appears almost lunar in character with the contrasts of the blue of the sea. From there you can see the Foradada cave, a rock with a surface eroded by nature, and the islet of Es Vedrà, on the coast of Ibiza.
• Tower of sa Punta Prima. One of the 5 watchtowers used to defend against attacks from pirates. Well preserved, it is next to the beach of Es Pujols and offers spectacular views over the surroundings.
• Tip of Sa Pedrera. The surroundings are appreciated by lovers of diving, since here it is possible to observe the Posidonia. Its terrestrial part is formed of rocks of many forms from which to enjoy one of the best sunsets of the island.
• Sant Francesc Xavier. The main town of Formentera has several areas worth discovering, such as the Church of Sant Francesc Xavier, the Town Hall Square ... and the various shops and restaurants that can be found on the pedestrian promenade.
If there is something that characterises Formentera, then it would be its beaches, which transport the visitor to the distant Caribbean without leaving Europe:
• Migjorn. Easily accessible and well equipped, this area of fine white sand stretches for 5 kilometres.
• S'Espalmador. Island within the island. A beach with a wild and special environment. You can reach it by walking through the sea through the Pas de Trucadors, which is at the end of Ses Illetes.
• Ses Illetes. The best beach in Europe according to TripAdvisor users. A place impossible to forget because of its charm, symbolism and natural character.
• Cala Saona. A must see beach despite its small size. Only about 150 metres long, it is known for its views and beautiful sunsets.
• Es Pujols. The beach with a bit more atmosphere since it is one of the few that is located next to an urban area.
• Es Caló d'es Mort. This small cove is about 70 metres from everything that can disturb the peace of this place.
In spite of being very small, the island of Formentera offers numerous possibilities to the visitor.
• Watersports. Scuba diving, kayaking, diving, sailing ... this island is the ideal place for any aquatic activity thanks to the quality of its crystalline waters.
• Routes. Whether on horseback or on foot, Formentera is the right place for both the sportier and the more sedentary of traveller to enjoy, with all kinds of routes. The highest altitude of the island is only 192 meters above the sea-level.
• Music. Popular music, jazz, world music, flower power parties ... the most enjoyable cultural expressions have room on this island which knows how to pamper its visitors with the best cultural offer.
• Gastronomy. The rich gastronomy of Formentera allows you to indulge yourself. On the island you can taste magnificent rice, fish and seafood, some sweets and typical drinks and a lot of various dishes that are common within the Balearic Islands, all with a traditional character.