Illetes Beach is one of the most famous of Formentera. The name comes from the small islands that are in front . At north, there is the largest and most popular: S’Espalmador. It can be reached by road from es Pujols (PM-820-2).
The bar Beso Beach is at Cavall d’en Borràs beach, there is always good atmosphere and the sunsets are magnificent. You can get there easily on foot from la Savina .
Formentera is the ideal place for the holidays. The best is to rent a scooter. You can get around by motorbike, rent a zodiac, spend a day at the sea, enjoy the beaches, bars and restaurants on the island. The only way to get to Formentera is by ferry from Ibiza and during the summer there are some connections from Dénia (Alicante province).
In the port of La Savina, you can rent boats or zodiacs, without a license and you can arrive to Babaria’s cape and s’Espalmador island. “Obligatory” stop for anchoring in Cala Saona (7), ses Illetes (1) and s’Espalmador (3).
In both San Francisco / Sant Francesc de Formentera and San Fernando / Sant Ferran de ses Roques, there are restaurants and small and beautiful churches: San Francisco Javier and San Fernando (Sant Francesc Xavier and Sant Ferran). Also of interest are Babaria lighthouse and the lighthouse of la Mola.
The most interesting beaches
Ses Illetes beach (1)
Llevant beach (2)
Sa Roqueta beach (4)
Migjorn beach (5)
Caló des Mort (6)
Can Dani (letter D on the map): modern cuisine restaurant on the road of Pilar de la Mola.
Can Forn (letter F on the map): local cuisine restaurant in Sant Ferran de ses Roques.
Far de Bavaria
Sant Francesc de Formentera
Caló des Mort
Cala Macarella and Cala Macarelleta are situated at 14 km from the village of Ciutadella. They belong to the Natural Area of Special Interest of South Coast of Ciutadella.
Cala Macarelleta is smaller and narrower, flanked by side cliffs. They are known for their crystal clear water and in the case of Cala Macarelleta fro the practice of nudism.
How to get there