Geographical conditions, position and location of the island.
The island of Formentera is the smallest inhabited island in the Balearic archipelago. It is just 2 nautical miles south of the island of Ibiza, although the distance between the ports of Ibiza and La Savina (Formentera) is 12 miles.
Although it is a small island, its (82km) indented shape means it has a very long coast (82km) in proportion to its surface. Along the coast, there are many large and small beaches and numerous coves and solitary corners where you can lose yourself, such as: the natural swimming pools, the village of Sant Agustín de Es Caló, the Mitjorn area…
The island of Formentera is small but accessible and comfortable; you can cover a large part of it by bicycle, its green paths, its woods of pine and thuriferous juniper, its saltings and its rural interior. For longer journeys you can use a car or motorbike. The island of Formentera is outstanding for its great environmental beauty and for its still wild landscape of dunes and beaches, preserved in wonderful condition.
When you disembark on Formentera, you will breathe that air of peace and tranquillity that characterises it and makes it somewhere that is a little different. You will immediately be captivated its waters, unique because of their unequalled transparency and turquoise colour, evoking tropical latitudes.