The island can be travelled in many ways and with almost any kind of vehicle, but touring Formentera by motorcycle is one of the best options for those who like riding on two wheels.
What to see in Formentera?
This is one of our most answered questions, on our blog, in our offices when you come to collect your rental vehicle and on our social networks.
There are many places to visit in Formentera, but there’s no need to hurry. For your best memories of the island, here is a list of Formotor’s top 10 places of interest, among which you will find lighthouses, beaches and villages:
Es Cap de Barbaria
Faro de la Mola
Pilar de la mola
Es caló de Sant Agustí
What to do in Formentera?
Live, enjoy, relax, have fun, breathe, bathe in incredible waters, soak up in her spirit, dream, admire the stars, relax in peace, take advantage of the calm …
Formentera is one of those places where you would always come back. Here is a list with the top 5 incredible plans to make the most of the island:
- Go “beaching” ’with all it implies: sunbathing, enjoying the white sand with nothing to envy the Caribbean, diving, swimming, marveling at the depth of the colour of the sea, taking incredible photos. Any beach in Formentera is worth it.
- Admire the most beautiful sunsets. One that cannot be missed is from the Cap de Barbaria Lighthouse, waving the sun goodbye off its cliffs is a magical experience. One of the most famous for its good vibes is in Cala Saona.
- Unforgettable walks. Strolling through the small towns of the island is a plan that we recommend 100%, for example in Sant Francesc you can find various exhibitions, charming shops or craft stalls. In Pilar de la Mola you will find the greatest peace and quiet of the island.
- Street markets and music. Various street markets are held on the island. A very special and artistic one is in Sant Ferran. Don’t miss the live concerts on Fridays in the main square.
- Delight in the gastronomy. Formentera has a very traditional cuisine linked to the sea and agriculture. Some typical recipes are amanida pagesa amb peix sec (a salad with dried fish), frita de polp (an octopus fry), sofrit pagés (a typical stir-fry) or bullit de peix (a fish stew). Typical desserts are flaó (a cheesecake with peppermint), orelletes (sweet pastry with aniseed) and greixonera (a pudding made with previous day “ensaimadas”).