Apartamentos Portu Saler
C/Punta Prima, 1, Playa d'es Pujols, 07871, Spain
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Travel Tips for Isla de Formentera
Formentera is well known for its nudism, but there's plenty of people who keep their clothes on too - just go with whatever feels comfortable.
As an English person, I found it strange to begin with that there was so much flesh of all shapes, sizes and ages (even local teenagers would gather after school in groups and get naked on the beach for some late afternoon sunbathing).
In some places, you'll get segregated areas of nudism, and on Mitjorn beach there were no distinct rules but all the naturists seemed to sit together whereas those not so daring clustered together elsewhere.
If you join in, don't forget the factor 30!
Cala es Ram surroundings
Around cala es Ram there's lots an amazinof small places to rest in the rocks or swim .. the coastshore is plenty of nooks to jump to the water.. jumping from the sea level to the sea its not a problem because its around 10 meters deep in this place.. and its like jump to a swiming pool with turquoise and crystal clear waters
The main tourist area on Formentera, Es Pujols is a fairly large collection of apartments next to rocky coves. It may well be the centre for nightlife on the island, but don't go expecting anything to compare with nearby Ibiza...people come to Formentera to escape that! To be honest, Es Pujols is a lot like any holiday development anywhere in the Mediterranean...no doubt you could have a great holiday there, but if you're not staying there, there isn't any reason to linger long.
The village of La Mola lies on the high plateau, and has good views over the whole island. We had fun on our scooter as we zoomed past tired-looking cyclists attempting the steep climb in the heat of the afternoon...silly fools!
An Afternoon in Paradise
On a quick weekend trip to Ibiza, we stopped over in Formentera for the afternoon. I had been hearing for years that it was more beautiful even than Ibiza, and less inhabited. We took the ferry from Ibiza city. They run pretty often but be careful as the last one leaving Formentera is in early evening (around 5:30 if I remember correctly).
The beach was amazing. Crystal blue waters perfect for swimming. There weren't many people on the beach, as opposed to a very crowded (albeit beautiful) Ibiza. I wished I could have spent a few days there just soaking up the sun in peace.
One thing about Formentera: bring a picnic. We didn't do so and regretted it. The few restaurants that you will find near the beach are VERY expensive. We wouldn't even order a popsicle as it cost around 5 euros. We ended up waiting until we got back to Ibiza where we ate and caught a World Cup match.
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