The colour of its crystalline water is so bright that makes you feel as you were at the threshold of Paradise. The countless shades of blue and the sound of the sea lead you to a state of deep reflection. Formentera gives you all this and asks nothing in return, its beauty is for free, just as its silence.

Days slip away without stress in a relaxing surrounding between beaches and chiringuitos.

Platja de ses Illetes

The fabulous Platja de SesIlletes stretches on the west side of the peninsula Trucador, on the other side of Platja de Llevant. Its name means “beaches of the little islands”, as various islets surround it. Platja de SesIlletes is small-medium sized and belongs directly to the natural park of Salinas. It is always crowded with tourists,...

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Platja de Llevant

Going up the eastern part of the peninsula close to the natural area of Salinas, we meet Platja de Llevant (east beach), which is a virgin beach, an outstanding beauty with foreign dimensions. The sand is thin and white, the sea is always clean and its clear brightness makes it look like a swimming pool; furthermore in the surroundings there is...

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Platja es Pujols

On the northern coasts of the Island you can find the little town of Es Pujols, a small sized centre rich in facilities intended for mass tourism. It is very easy to reach and provided with a wide residential area, the ideal place for those who opt to spend their holiday in the liveliest place of the isle. The beach of ES Pujols has the shape of...

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Platja de Migjorn

Platja de Mijorn (“midday beach”) which covers about 6 kilometres, is undoubtedly the widest and most enjoyable beach in Formentera. It lies on the southern coast of the island, the widest one, between the two extremities Cap de Barbaria and Far de la Mola and is characterised by a varied coast of enchanting beauty, rich in rocky inlets and...

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Platja Es Arenals

Es Arsenal is by far the most popular beach on the southern coast of Formentera. You can reach it moving forward from Migjorn towards east, in the direction of the promontory La Mola. This beachfront has the great advantage of being very close to the fully equipped urban centre of Mar y Land (also called Maryland), which is provided with majestic...

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Cala Saona

The beach of Cala Saona is in the western part of Formentera, a few kilometres south west of the capital city Sant Francesc Xavier, and it is to be numbered among the most beautiful and popular cities in the isle. Despite its small size –not more than 200 mt long and 140 mt wide- this beachfront is characterised by tranquillity and natural...

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Cala Savina e Cavall d'en Borràs

Near La Savina Harbour, west of the saltworks , it is possible to admire two little very typical beaches, nearly two kilometres apart: Cala Savina and Cavall d'en Borràs. They are two little bays, rather small-sized, which have the benefit of offering a beautiful green sea with a low, sandy sea bottom, perfect for relaxing swim; the harbour...

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Caló d'es Morts

Between Platja de Migjorn and Es Ram there is a small sized and thin strip of land, which hosts a little rocky beach which looks like a real jewel of nature: Caló d'es Morts. It can be difficult to find the “little bay of the death”, it is important to pay attention and take a narrow street right before the built-up area of Mar y Land, which...

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