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Known as the last standing paradise of the Mediterranean due to its ability to combine tourism with environmental protection, it has crystal-clear water beaches and wonderful climate, and can only be accessed by boat from the island of Ibiza.

The secret to the crystal-clear water and the long beaches of Formentera lays within the Posidonia meadow surrounding the island, which serves as a natural wastewater treatment that cleans the water and favors sand silting along the coast. A real underwater jungle declared as a world heritage site by UNESCO in 1999.

Other facts that make Formentera unique is its freedom and its light that, since the 1970s, is an attraction for painters and artists that, even today, have become part of the island’s scenery; clothing design, accessories, jewelry and works of art become part of Formentera’s attractions.

Santa Eulalia Ferry has daily excursions to Formentera, with departures every day from five locations of the northeastern coast of Ibiza: Santa Eulalia, Es Canar, Cala Llonga, Cala Pada and Es Figueral.

Once in Formentera, you have different options to visit the island:

  • Renting a motorbike, a bicycle or a car, right across from the point where our boats dock.
  • Buses that take you to the beaches or a bus that shows you some of the island’s landmarks.
  • You also have the option to bring your own bicycle on board or travel on foot. The nearest beach, Es Caball d'en Borrás, is only 10 minutes’ walk from the boat, and the popular beach of Illetas is 20 minutes away.
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