La Savina

With no airport most visitors arrive at Formentera via its port of La Savina. It is a natural harbour that was used for the export of salt and planks of Sabina pine. The port was separated from the mainland until the 1930s when a breakwater was constructed.
It has a modern marina, and there is [...]

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 [...]

Formentera’s Ethnography Museum

On the main street of Sant Francesc you will find the Museu Etnologic. From an unassuming entrance next to a perfume store you climb some stairs, and opposite the offices of an insurance agent is a collection of tools that were used to work the land.
It’s a small museum with no information in English, but [...]