Formentera can be truly enjoyed in September. It is always said that the island is a paradise and it is true. Each season is different, and though the number of visitors and the type of activities can vary, there is one thing that never changes: the magic.
Are you coming on holiday to Formentera in September?
Great choice, although any month of the year is a good time to visit the island, September offers you many opportunities.
Formentera is ideal to travel by motorcycle, car (even better if it’s electric), bike or on foot, especially in September when the temperatures start to drop. You can also go sailing, for the most romantic journey choose a typical llaüt. The island has 83 km2 of surface and 69 km of coastline to discover and enjoy.
A tiny island where there is always something to do and places to visit:
- Hidden rocky coves and beaches of fine white sand, ideal for diving.
- Piers and fishermen’s cabins in midst turquoise waters.
- Incredible cliffs to enjoy from land or admire from sea.
- Juniper woods with their particular charm.
- 32 green routes to discover the wildest and most natural side of Formentera, both coast and inland.
- Spectacular sunsets and sunrises.
- Picturesque villages where you can go for a quiet walk or sit and breathe calm and peace.
- Establishments to taste the typical gastronomy.
- Very special boutiques and street markets to visit and discover the crafts of the area.
- Cultural activities and exhibitions.
- Sea sports or horse riding
The weather in September is perfect, not too hot, so outdoor activities can be enjoyed at any time of the day, and the sea temperature is perfect for swimming and practicing water activities.
From this month there is also less tourism, so it is easier to enjoy the day to day in a calm and leisurely way, like the locals, to feel the island’s authenticity and discover its traditions.
Book your car or motorcycle with us, we have a complete fleet of vehicles for all tastes and needs. We encourage you to try one of our electric cars, we’re sure you’ll like them while caring for the island’s environment after a summer full of visitors.