Island of Formentera: curiosities and advice
1. In Formentera nudism it is a very common practice. There are no real beaches where to practice it, even if there are some dominant ones. Among these: Llevante, Sa Roqueta, Costa Tramuntana, Calò des Mort and the island of Espalmador.
2. Given its geographical position in Formentera there is always a lot of wind. So before deciding which beach to go to, we advise you to check how the wind blows. To stay constantly updated on the conditions, visit the website www.formentera.es
3. In Formentera there are two beaches suitable for people with reduced mobility: Es Pujols and Arenal. The beaches are also equipped with ramps, amphibious chairs, handrails and lifeguards.
4. The most awaited time in Formentera is that of sunset. The evocative sunset of the island is a real sight known and appreciated by all. To admire it at its best I suggest you go to some kiosk such as al Pirates, one of the most famous and historical chiringuitos on the island. Here, between beer and tapas, you can be the spectator of a show never seen before.
5. Who says you can just relax in Formentera? Lovers of nightlife they go every evening to Es Pujols, the beating heart of Formentera. Bars, restaurants, lounge bars, drinks and music are the perfect ingredients for your evenings.
6. If you want to spend a different day in Formentera, you can rent a moped or a bicycle and follow one of the many routes to enter direct contact with nature and history. From the Saline, where you can admire the flora and fauna of the island, to the tour of the characteristic lighthouses and mills. Do not miss the artisan markets: you can find all kinds of trinkets and souvenirs of Fomentera to remember your holiday.