Declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1999, this island is a small Paradise in the Mediterranean that has nothing to envy of the islands of the Caribbean Sea. Formentera is characterized by its respect for nature, the survival of its own culture and its visión of achieving exclusivity throygh protecting the environment.
Formentera is a small island belonging to the archipelago of the Balearic Islands. It is located south of Ibiza, separated by a channel of only 3.5km. The island has 69 km of coastline and many beautiful beaches dotted around the island, which are the main attractions. Tongues of endless sand lapped by exceptionally pure, clear turquoise waters and a seabed full of fauna and flora, among which highlights the rich Posidonia, the underwater plant causing the waters that surround the island to have an incredible transparency.
The location of island and the lack of a port and airport hace led Formentera to remain unspoiled, protected from the massive constructions and away from the tourist boom in many places of the Spanish Costa.