Falling around midsummer, this festival is held as an ode to the sun. To commemorate the solar strength, towns and...Read More
Midsummer’s eve kicks off one of Formentera’s biggest bashes. All over the island, the locals light bonfires in town... Read More
This broad, sandy beach is backed by vast sand dunes, and you’ll find a few rocky islands just offshore. It’s one of... Read More
A blast from the island’s pirate-plundered past, this tiny cube-shaped church in... Read More
If the relaxing atmosphere of this sleepy backwater has got you feeling restless... Read More
Formentera isn’t really made for exploring by car. This is the island of the bic... Read More
Playa Llevant is on Formentera’s northern peninsula. This beach stretches from E... Read More
This southern stretch of coastline has clear, turquoise waters, and its pale san... Read More
Espalmador is a tiny uninhabited islet anchored just off the northern tip of For... Read More
The ruins at El Campamento de Can Blai shine a light on Formentera’s Roman past.... Read More
Platja de Migjorn dines on sea views rather than gourmet cuisine. If you fancy a... Read More
Hotter than London and New York’s party scenes put together, Ibiza is the place ... Read More
This horseshoe-shaped bay in San Francisco comes with soft white sands and clear... Read More
Formentera was once the salt cellar of Europe. It was the Phoenicians who first ... Read More
La Mola Craft Market has a flower power vibe. Stalls and trinket-covered blanket... Read More
Es Pujols was at the start of the hippie movement in the Sixties and it shows no... Read More
For a different sort of bathing – this time involving mud – regular ferries leav... Read More
The beach at Es Pujols doesn’t go in for fancy flourishes, but it never fails to... Read More
When Bob Dylan set up home here in the Sixties, he chose a 200-year-old windmill... Read More
Pull up a chair at a sea-facing restaurant, order a plate of fried squid and pra... Read More
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