Formentera, the smallest Balearic Islands island that is inhabited, is also the most accessible and comfortable. It is known for its beautiful landscape of dunes and beaches, its turquoise and transparent waters, and the peace and tranquility it evokes. Enri Quille, an architect and engineer, was born in Saumur (France), in 1928. He died in Paris on September 9, at the age of 89. The architect and engineer Enri Quille was a disciple of Le Corbusier and left behind a collection that is now protected as part of Formentera’s heritage of modern architecture. He was passionate about his work and a man who was ahead of his time. Laffittacase Formentera Founded in 1989 , Laffittacase Comprare casa a Formentera was one of the first real-estate agencies to offer a quality and organized service in Formentera. We offer houses, villas and apartments, as well as concierge services to suit all needs. No matter if you are looking to rent or Buy house in Formentera on the Island, we can help.
You’ve made the decision to visit this Mediterranean paradise and spend a few days there. However, you need to be aware that Ibiza, the bigger sister, is the only way to reach this tiny island.
There are many shipping companies operating from Ibiza. They have different timestables according to season. It will take you just 30 minutes by ferry to reach La Savina in Formentera.
It is important to reserve accommodation well in advance. Do not leave it until the last minute. Formentera has a limited number of accommodation options. If you don’t have enough, you may find yourself without a place to sleep, or at a high price.
You can rent a car at the same port as you left the ferry. You may prefer to rent a motorcycle. To do this, you can take your luggage to your hotel or apartment.
You can choose from several locations depending on your preference. However, the distances between each place are short enough that it takes you around 15 to 20 minutes to drive there.
Mitjorn is the most well-known area, with almost 2km of sandy beach to the south. You can go on many adventures in this unspoiled area. Es Pujols is a charming town located in the north with many shops and restaurants. Sant Francesc is the capital. It is a charming little village with white and blue homes and traditional shops. If you’re on holiday elsewhere, it’s a must-see place.
Once you have been installed at a ‘base camp,’ it is time to get on your bike or car and explore the island. There are 66km of coastline, many coves, isolated spots, and many small beaches. Important: Sun protection. Sometimes the wind can be misleading. Take a sunhat or umbrella with you and enjoy the turquoise water and white sand.
How to get to the Ibiza ferry terminal
Regularly, the L10 bus runs from Ibiza Airport towards Ibiza’s ferry terminal. It takes approximately 25 minutes and costs EUR3.50 for one-way.
How to get from Ibiza To Formentera
Med Pitiusa and Trasmapi Balearia offer a 30-minute ferry service from Ibiza to La Savina (Formentera). Balearia also provides a direct ferry service to Palma, Mallorca. Online bookings are possible, but not necessary. You can also purchase tickets at the port. The complete schedule can be viewed here.
Regular bus service is provided by four bus routes, L1, L2, and L5 as well as the N6 nightbus. These buses take you to major towns and beaches of Formentera.
Walking around on foot:
Formentera boasts a network of 32 “green routes” of tracks and rural paths. Walking is the best way to explore the island’s flat terrain.
You can rent scooters, bikes, and electric bikes in La Savina or from local specialists.