Neighbouring the famous Ibiza is the beautiful Island of Formentera, the smallest of the Balearic Islands. Although it is a tiny island, its natural charms, unforgettable sunsets and gastronomic offer make it a dream destination. Restaurants such as Juan y Andrea, El Pirata, Es Moli de Sal or Beach Clubs like Beso Beach are famous for their chic yet relaxed atmosphere, offering the highest quality in a casual beach setting.
Whether you are chartering a yacht for the day or are enjoying a week-long Balearic Islands charter, the Island of Formentera, the smallest of the Balearics, is a must-visit. If on a day charter, depart Ibiza at 11:00 destination Formentera, it is a short ride away on your yacht of no more than 30 min.
In Formentera, depending on your plans, we recommend you visit one or two of the beautiful beaches Formentera has to offer; Beach of Las Salinas at the Islet of Espalmador, which is only accessible by boat or Illetes Beach, have your Bluebnc Yacht Charter Advisor book one of the popular restaurants for you. Other popular spots to visit if you have the time are:
- Cala Saona is an almost virgin paradise which emerges between two cliffs covered with pine trees and offers a perfect sunset.
- Es Cap de Barbaria, the southernmost cape of Formentera, where we find the legendary lighthouse of the same name. If you are among the history-loving travellers, an exciting option is to reach the monolithic settlement that you will find nearby.
- Beach of Migjorn, bathed in fine white sand dunes and one of the largest in Formentera. This immense sandy beach extends to the cliffs of La Mola, where you can appreciate landscapes that remind us of the perfection of nature.
- The picturesque village of Es Caló. It is a fishing village full of small coves, typical traditional houses and a charming wooden promenade to walk along at sunset.