The best routes in Formentera

We recommend visiting the island in two days. Routes: Espalmador and Saona, getting to know it and enjoying it in a relaxed way (we have discounts for two days). We help you in the boat rental in Formentera and we tell you where to go. Here we tell you the best routes to do in Formentera:

Cala Saona

Exit to the left. The nearby Caló de S'Oil (1), anchoring, first swim and getting used to the boat.
Next, pass Punta de Sa Pedrera (2), natural pools, splendid coves for bathing and diving.
Follow the direction towards the Punta Gavina tower (3), doubling it, the famous Cala Saona (4) appears, a refuge for magnificent yachts, a beautiful beach with crystal clear water. You will find beach bars and typical restaurants with paella, sangria, etc. Respect the yellow buoys at the entrance to the beach and anchor.

Finish the route after the aperitif or meal in the Punta Rasa area (5), beautiful caves. This is, without a doubt, an essential route in Formentera to do.


Exit Sa Boca to the right, distance yourself from the Port of La Savina, an area prohibited by the entry and exit of ferries. Approach the beach perpendicularly, towards the Molí da Sal area (6). We are on the famous Ses Illetes beach (7), (8) natural park and long beach. In these areas we will see the best-known pleasure yachts in the world.
After bathing, eat or have a snack. At the end of Ses Illetes, there is the Punta des Trucadors (9) with the passage between the two islands, a prohibited area due to its strong currents, faithfully following the marked route, enter S'Espalmador beach (10), a shelter for boats, splendid beach (there are no bars). Anchor, take a bath and walk along the paradisiacal beach.