Beaches and nature are here to discover in Ibiza and Formentera.
Ibiza is not only a clubbing paradise, but also a paradise rich with nature, beaches, flora, fauna, birds, exotic reefs and fish, cozy villages, vineyards, exotic fruit and so much more. Each area of the island has its own unique flair and discovery.
Formentera, the last Paradise in Europe and some of the worlds top beautiful beaches. It’s a more layed and chilled island with no clubbing. Full of amazing coves, beaches, swimming holes, beaches, beach bars and cafes, there something for everyone. So, whether you want to stay and unwind for a few weeks or a few days, Formentera is perfect. If you love cycling, I would recommend renting a bike. If you prefer a faster way to discover the island, rent a car, scooter, motorbike or a quad and get to your destinations in a matter of minutes. I highly recommend staying at least 2 nights.
A taste of the beaches
With hundreds of beaches and coves, Ibiza and Formentera is a paradise.
Cala Conta – At the west tip of Ibiza, you will find coves and beaches with translucent water, soft sand, cliffs, diving, boating and snorkelling with fishes.
There are a few restaurants to grab some great local food and refresh your self with beverages, Be sure to watch the sunset here…its amazing…especially at Sunset Ashram.
Cala Saona – At the west part of Formentera, you will find a nice soft white sand beach with translucent shallow water surrounded by red rock and cliffs. Truly an amazing beach.
There are couple restaurants and a great little bar in the rocks serving food and refreshing drinks.
Contact: See it on google maps!
Platja Es Calo De Sant Agusti – At the eastern part of Formentera, this area has soft white sand and clear blues of water among rocks, coves and bays. It is truly an amazing spot and the scenery is spectacular. Bring your camera. There are also fantastic restaurants around the cliffs on the sea serving local Spanish cusine.
Contact: Apdo. de correos 225 c.p. 07860, Formentera 07872, Es Caló de Sant Agustí, España
See it on google maps!
If you need to catch a boat or ferry to Formentera from Ibiza, please see this page on boats and ferries: