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The beaches and coves of Formentera

Our island counts numerous beaches and coves, all of them wonderful and each with a special charm. We will review some of them for you to enjoy them this summer.

 

Cala Saona

With the breathtaking contrast of its reddish earth with the turquoise of the waters. The only sandy beach in the southwest of the island, hidden in a small bay between cliffs, it is nearly 140metres long and quite wide.

The boathouses with the traditional boats give her a special charm. It is the perfect place to watch the sunset and a mandatory stop.

 

Migjorn

On the southern coast of the island you find 5 heavenly km of beach. The most extensive beach area in Formentera, formed by several coves divided by rock formations and with different accesses: Mal Pas beach, Es Ca Marí, Es Racó Fondo, Es Codol Foradat, Playa des Valencians, Es Arenals and Es Copy; each with different characteristics and possibilities. Nearby there is a neighboring cove that does not belong to the complex, Caló des Morts, a small sandy area with fisherman’s huts that offers what might be one of the world’s best sea-themed postcards.

 

Cavall d’en Borràs

A lush forest of junipers contrasts with the dunes, turquoise water and fine white sand. This beach is located in the Parque Natural de las Salinas and is a wild beauty. On the horizon you can see the islets of es Vedrà and es Vedranell in Ibiza. It is perfect to enjoy an idyllic landscape surrounded by nature.

 

Ses Illetes

Declared one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, it is also located within the Ses Salines Natural Park. It has more than 450 metres of beach divided in two by a rocky area. Its name refers to several islets: Illa de Tramuntana, Illa des Forn, Escull des Pou, Illa Redona and Escull d’en Palla. It stands out for its white sand, calm, shallow and turquoise water.

 

Llevant

The ideal beach to disconnect, it is located in the opposite area to the two previous ones, facing east. It has 1,450 metres of coastline, crystal clear water and white sand, reflecting the island’s own turquoise tones. It is an incredible natural environment with great ecological value, it has an extensive dune system and a small forest that separates the beach and the salt lakes.

 

Book your vehicle with us and travel the entire coast of Formentera without missing any of them!

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