Es Pujols Formentera

The Es Pujols beach is made up of two white sand crescents, and turquoise waters that are so shallow they reach tropical temperatures during the summer. You can also enjoy swimming out to the small islets that peek out of the water.
Even though Es Pujols Formentera is the island’s only resort area it still [...]

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Es Trucadors

The Trucador peninsula is a long stretch of flat land, reaching out from the north of Formentera that almost connects to the neighbouring island of Espalmador. It is made up of seemingly endless white beaches, and shallow turquoise waters. These beaches, along with Es Pujols, are some of the busiest as they attract a lot [...]

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Formentera Beach Photos

The unusual geological evolution of the island can be seen in the variety of Formentera beach photos. The central, narrow part of the island known as Es Carnatge has the rocky Tramuntana coastline on its north face, and the sandy Platja de Mitjorn on the south. The northern peninsula has back to back beaches with [...]

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Platja de Tramuntana

Platja de Tramuntana runs along the northern edge of Formentera’a isthmus. It is quite a contrast to Platja de Mitjorn, which runs along the southern edge.

The winds and waves can get up…

The erosion that has taken place in Tramuntana makes for an interesting landscape. It runs for around five kilometres up to Ses Plagetes. If [...]

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Playa Mitjorn

Playa Mitjorn Formentera, or Platja de Mitjorn runs across the south coast of the island. At five kilometres in length is the longest beach. Platja de Mitjorn means ‘midday beach’ and it has areas of rocky coastline interspersed with sandy beaches, running from Es Pal Mas to Es Copinar. The section between Ca Mari and [...]

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Formentera Beaches

There are over 12 miles of Formentera beaches, from rocky coves through to white sand coastline. In this article we look at four beaches that you can enjoy exploring.
Es Cavall d’en Borras and Moli des Carregador

Running up from Port de la Savina is the coast of Es Cavall d’en Borras, which is made up of [...]

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Cala Saona

The unusual geological evolution of Formentera has created a variety of beaches. The central, narrow part of the island known as Es Carnatge has the rocky Tramuntana coastline on its north face, and the sandy Platja de Mitjorn on the south. The northern peninsula has back to back beaches with no buildings in sight, and [...]

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Espalmador

Introduction
Espalmador is a private island just north of Formentera. Despite being owned by a wealthy Barcelona family anyone can visit its white beaches, natural coves, and sulphurous mud baths. It is an unspoiled paradise, and other than the remains of an old defence tower that was used to spot Barbary pirates there are no buildings [...]

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