Spending a day in Formentera is a must do if you are staying in Ibiza.

The beautiful island has lots to offer with its unique views, lovely restaurants and breathtaking beaches! As you step onto the port of Formentera it can be tricky to know where to begin to take in the spectacular island, with the help of Bonder and Co, we can tell you the best places to eat mouthwatering paella, the top stop to sip on ice cold cocktails and which sites and scenes cannot be missed!

Firstly, to ensure you get the most from your day trip car or scooter hire is essential. Bonder and Co can arrange a vehicle for you to get around the island in style! Whether you want a cute little convertible or a 4 x 4 or maybe a shiny Vespa – we can assist!

If you are traveling with kids, Formentera can certainly be a very chilled family-friendly destination to enjoy with the whole family. The small island has plenty of child-friendly activities to do to spend a fun and pleasant day with the little ones. Read what you can do in Formentera with kids!

1. Luna Lounge

Kick start your day with a healthy and fresh breakfast in the port at Luna lounge. They have a selection of thirst quenching juices, home made cakes and pastries and tasty omelettes to give you energy to start you trip!

2. Cap de Barbaria

The next stop on your Formentera adventure should be to Cap de Barbaria, located in the most southern point of Formentera. Follow the narrow road leading to the lighthouse and you can enjoy the stunning views of the beach of Migjorn and La Mola. It is the a great spot for a photo opportunity.

3. Sant Francesc Xavier

As you drive back to the heart of the Island the next stop off point that will enchant you is Sant Francesc Xavier. This is the capital of the Island and largest town, the pretty church is worth a visit as well as the many hippie stalls along the street side.

4. Migjorn Beach

The next port of call should be Migjorn beach. With its golden and and crystal clear waters. Make sure you stop off to refresh at the islands iconic Blue bar for some drinks and tasty snacks!

5. La Mola Lighthouse

After Migjorn beach, head east on the island to see the spectacular setting of La Mola lighthouse. Standing at 120 metres high it is a truly captivating spot on the island alongside the natural area of pine trees and cliffs. A picture

6. Es Calo de Sant Agusti

As you return to the middle of the island make sure to take a look at Es Calo de Sant Agusti. This cute fishing area has many boats. The rocky coves and small beach make it a charming location.

7. Es Pujols

Es Pujols is another gorgeous beach to not be missed! You can walk along the walkways and look at the hippie stalls and soak up the chilled vibe of the island.

8. Beso Beach at Illetes

Save the best to last and finish up your day in the north of Formentera at Illetes. The ultimate place to stop off for dinner is Beso beach. Be sure to sample the amazing seafood and relax with some sangria. The atmosphere and menu are both fantastic!

Be sure to spend at least one day in Formentera. If you have any questions or seek advice on visiting Ibiza´s sister island please contact your concierge or the Bonder and Co office. 

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