Playa Ses Illetes
This stunning beach is a natural beauty with a posidonia meadow under the water, which is protected by Unesco making it perfect for diving or snorkeling. This beach is on the northern most point of Formentera and close to the island of S’Espalmador, which is famous for its mud bath – something to experience! Bare in mind you have to pay for parking to access Illetes.
Playa de Migjorn
Migjorn is the longest beach on the island of Formentera with soft golden sand and is perfect for spending the day in the waves. It is a good idea to take a parasol as there are not any shady spots on the beach or maybe you prefer to cool down with a mojito or two in one of the many beach bars.
This small, charming beach has inviting views of many fishing boats. The shallow, aqua water makes it ideal for swimming. Due to its size it is advisable to arrive early to ensure you can gain a spot to soak up the sunrays.
If you enjoy a beach with many people this is the right choice for you, however it is possible to find quieter parts as the beach is so long. It is a nice idea to walk to Ses Illetes beach, of course stopping for some sangria along the way!
Playa Sa Roqueta
From this cluster of little beaches you can see Ibiza and gaze at the stunning sea views. These small inlets are nudist friendly and perfect for feeling as if you are on a private beach! If you decide to move on to somewhere livelier that’s not a problem as situated close by are walkways to Es Pujols beach.
Playa Es Pujols
Es Pujols is made up of low lying rocks and gorgeous sand. The endearing fisherman huts and boats make for the perfect photo opportunity as well as the hippy market stalls, perfect if you fancy taking in some of Formenteras rustic vibes!