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This is definitely a must see for anyone coming to Ibiza. We did the boat trip with aqua ferry bus - You can book online. The sights, views and sunset are amazing. We did some yacht spotting and their are pints where the other boat...More
This is my favorite place in the world.
I suggest you rent a boat ( about 700€ per day) and just sail around espalmador and the island of es vedrà.
There is something about this place that is hard to explain.
Here wind, colurs, water...More
Ok so to get here u first need to get a ferry / boat from Ibiza (if that’s where you are!) to Formantera.
Once there, stay at the port and look for a small sign for a stop for a little bit called the Bahia...More
Hi people reading this me and my girlfriend decided to book onto a catamaran tour through Tui at the start of our holiday (she was looking forward to it so much as she has researched everything into the holiday before we came out) so anyway...More
If your lucky enough to have your own boat and dingy to get ashore then you can enjoy the whole experience. This is a private island, but you can get there on ferries that drop you off. This is definitely a clothing optional, so you...More
Es Palmador has a beautiful stretch of beach - it's great, but if walking from Formentera, just try to time your visit to avoid the middle of the day when many day trippers arrive from Ibiza. This crowds the area somewhat, and I was disappointed...More
Just a few minutes away from the loud Ibiza, you will find yourself nestled in a peaceful island with white beaches and turquoise waters. Juan Y Andrea is an amazing place to have seafood lunch at while there.
Took a boat trip to the island and visited other spots along the Formentera coast for some excellent snorkelling.
The island is stunning with beautiful clear water and wonderful white sand. One of the highlights of our recent holiday to Formentera.
I was there at the end of May and it was approx 30 degrees during the day. the water was chilly but not cold. I have never been there at the end of September but I guess it could be a few degrees less....