Avda. Miramar, s/n, Es Pujols, 7871, Spain
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Mola Lighthouse ar Formentera, Spain
Formentera Island, Spain
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Cala En Baster
Cala En Baster is located on the northern side of the island, where beaches are less comfortable. Rather than being sand beaches, they are quite rocky and windy. Of course, this part of the island is far less touristic, which makes it the perfect place for nudism.
Starting from Cala En Baster and up to Es Calò you'll find several little bays that will become your private beach for a day ;-)
Fisherman at Cala es Ram
Who dare to say that these fishermen boat shelter ara in function.. so that's it.. next to the rocky beach there are several places to keep the boat from the rain and storms. its so bucolic and feels really good amidst the nature the sea and almost nobody there.. just 3 or 4 people more in this whole area
This is Platjia de Migjorn, a long bay with a pine forest behind the beach on its western end. Here you can easily find nudist people even if in the last years this habit in Formentera is going slowly down.
If you're into tie-dyed clothing, odd musical instruments and circus skills, then head to the hippy market which takes place in La Mola (I think) on certain days. You won't find anything traditional here, just plain bizarre arts and crafts, and a sideshow or two.
"Unique beaches and sea"
I made a one day trip to Formentera while visiting Ibiza. There is a fast ferry crossing the sea in about half an hour. Once there, we rented a bike (which where quite rotton, in fact) and travel over San Francesco and the Salinas to the beaches. It was wonderful! Green/blue clear water, perfect beaches... I guess this island is for somebody who just wants to relax and spent all of the days at the beach...
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