Formentera, the Mediterranean’s diamond

Can you imagine a paradise island where time does not exist and the seconds are counted by the waves? Formentera is the smallest and most precious jewel of the Mediterranean. It is a rough diamond that has survived the mass tourism. Long sandy beaches and turquoise water, white and cozy houses, make Formentera a unique place in the world… Plus, it doesn’t have airport and it is only accessible by boat from Ibiza.

Formentera also has a great cuisine based on the Mediterranean diet, and specifically, on fish. But if Formentera and its wild nature captivates you, wait to discover the surrounding seabed. Posidonia meadow surrounding the island was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1999.

Sun, good restaurants, bars on the beach with relaxing music and two houselights, Sa Mola and Cap de Barbaria. Take the towel, a bikini and flip-flops… That is all you need to enjoy it!