We’re not calling it quits on the water yet
Playa de Migjorn, Es Calo & La Mola
Es Cavallet is a beach to be embraced. It’s a place to shake off the confines of rules and regulations, a place to indulge your wildest hedonistic tendencies, a place where society merges and the shackles of stereotype loosen.
There is something about Formentera that captivates the soul; an underlying feeling of mystery that creates a burning desire to return and discover more.
The most beautiful and tranquil swimming spots are only accessible by sea and while we can’t give away all the island’s secrets here, we can sweet talk our skippers into showing you some of our favourites.
Cala d’Hort is an iconic beach in its own right but without question, part of its notoriety stems from its proximity to Es Vedrà and the legends that swirl around it.
Ask anyone who’s ever been to Cala Jondal and they’ll tell you that there’s an almost dreamlike quality suspended in the salty sea air…
As the closest connection to Ibiza, Formentera’s port La Savina – edged by magnificent salt flats on one side and stunning Mediterranean coastline on the other – has a unique significance on the island
? If you’re looking to add some more excitement to your boat trip, upgrade the experience to include water sports equipment – ideal for any teens or even bigger ‘kids’ onboard.
Such is the beauty of this stunning little cove that it ignites something mystifying within your soul.