Falling around midsummer, this festival is held as an ode to the sun. To commemorate the solar strength, towns and...Read More
Sant Jaume, the patron saint of Formentera, has his feast day marked by days of celebrations across the island. A lot... Read More
This week of dance tutorials and shows is conducted by tango maestros. Trailing the evening ‘milonga’ parties is a... Read More
To see Formentera from a different angle, hop aboard a boat. Trips come in every... Read More
This sleepy northern village has classic Formentera written all over it, thanks ... Read More
Sunsets are best seen from Es Cap de Barbaria Lighthouse. There’s a land’s end f... Read More
Formentera isn’t really made for exploring by car. This is the island of the bic... Read More
If the relaxing atmosphere of this sleepy backwater has got you feeling restless... Read More
The Freus Marine Reserve has been crowned a UNESCO World Heritage Site – the fir... Read More
Platja de Migjorn dines on sea views rather than gourmet cuisine. If you fancy a... Read More
When there’s a beach party on Formentera, it’s usually to be found on Es Pujols.... Read More
While Illetes Beach hogs the limelight on the west side of Es Trucadors peninsul... Read More
When Bob Dylan set up home here in the Sixties, he chose a 200-year-old windmill... Read More
The waters of Es Calo are the age-old stomping ground of local fishermen. Tiny b... Read More
The beach at Platja de Migjorn is an unpolished affair. We’re talking raw and ru... Read More
This is the island of the bicycle, so there are bike tracks everywhere. You’ll f... Read More
A blast from the island’s pirate-plundered past, this tiny cube-shaped church in... Read More
Hotter than London and New York’s party scenes put together, Ibiza is the place ... Read More
This broad, sandy beach is backed by vast sand dunes, and you’ll find a few rock... Read More
It’s not Ibiza-wild, but if there’s one place on the island that knows how to th... Read More
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