Formentera is a wonderful place to enjoy a well-deserved holiday with your family. The island is very quiet, it does not have the nightlife Ibiza has and you find fewer people in coves and beaches.
Today we want to talk about the beaches you can visit when travelling with your family, easily accessible, they are ideal to go with children, quiet and with hardly any waves. If one day it is windy on one side of the island, you can go to the coves or beaches on the other side. This way your perfect beach day is assured.
The tide in almost all the beaches of Formentera is very low so children can play in below-the -waist calm waters.
Here you have our selection, in each and every one of them we recommend you go early to enjoy them with fewer people and to be able to park easily, you’ll find they are all very worthwhile:
- Ses Illetes: the beach par excellence of Formentera. In high season it is full of people but it is worth going because it is absolutely incredible, it has nothing to envy the Caribbean beaches, turquoise transparent water and fine white sand. You can go early to this beach and then continue the morning in the next one:
- Platja de Sa Roqueta: next to Ses illetes, beautiful and wilder, but especially with less people.
- Caló des Morts: a small cove with a lot of charm, it is also better to get up early to be the firsts to arrive since it is rather small. It is very quiet and you can enjoy have beautiful colours and spectacular views.
- Cala Saona: it is a perfect cove, large and at the same time quiet, very beautiful but also very popular due to the hotel just in front. Also, it has a very easy access.
- Es códol foradat: this cove is located on the beach of Mitjorn. This is big and very flat and very comfortable for families.
To tour the island and visit all these beaches you need a vehicle, come to Formotor and you can rent the one that best suits your family. Ask us about our electric vehicles and the advantages you have on the island if you drive one, such as having reserved parking space in the beach parkings.
We hope this post will help you and please don’t forget to take care and respect our island!