Find out why more tourists are discovering all inclusive Formentera holidays each year. Why not join them and book a break to Formentera today which is only a 30 minute ferry ride off the southern coast of Ibiza
If your appreciate a holiday that is virtually on the beach and something that keeps you interested then you can be sure a holiday in Formentera is an island that should be high up on your list of future destinations. A few good hotels so close to the golden sands that you will almost fall out of bad and into the warm seas are the Hotel Riu La Mola or the Hotel Tahiti.
Other parts of Formentera include the practically untouched by tourists, towns of Es Pujols and Es Calo. Families will love the genuine splendour, old-style country routine and serene ambiance. Discreet sun bleached shores like Playa Migjorn and the peaceful Playa Llevant sprawl blissfully a long way.
You will get to you holidays at Formentera by ferry from the island Ibiza, this is one of the reasond why all inclusive holidays in Formentera are more private. The best way to see Formentera is by bike, you can see far-flung towns that are definitely not on the tourist maps. Such places for you to see is La Mola, a spectacular sea cliff and lighthouse at the uppermost verge of Formentera. A cruise to Espalmador for a mud bath in the lagoon should be in your Formentera holiday bucket list.
Everywhere around the coast of Formentera you will discover stunning holiday beaches to die for; the best of these being Cala Soana and Platja de Migjorn. Illetas and Levante beaches are positioned each side of the summit of Formentera, possessing stunning golden sands, and a superp array of water sports.
If you have booked all inclusive holidays in Formentera you will have no problem getting tasty food, but if you are choosing other boards then you will need to find somewhere nice to serve you food. One place with the majority of the islands shops, bars and restaurants is close to the port of La Sabina. Taste Formentera’s famed red wine. In fact how about washing down the customary date and almond cake with it.
An all inclusive in Formentera may be a lot quieter than its neighbour, Ibiza, and in fact could not be more different. A holiday in Formentera has no traits of the boisterous nightlife which has made Ibiza so famous, instead you will likely spend your evening sipping a nice cocktail watching the sunset after enjoying a fabulous all inclusive meal. So if your idea of a holiday is pressing your reset button and slowing down your blood pressure then Formentera is the ideal place for your next break.
Things to do
Discover the spectacular scenery of Formentera, peppered with intensely coloured wild flowers and inspiring sea views. On the other hand you could plunge into the island’s chronicle, that includes the caves just outside San Fernando, the hippy market in the village of El Pilar or perhaps the ancient spots adjoining to Cap de Barbaria. Shopping on the Formentera is moderately subdued, with, the capital of Formentera giving the largest selection of shops. For a choice of souvenirs shops try Es Pujols where porcelains are the home-grown speciality.
Map of Formentera, Ibiza Spain
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