Travel by ferry to Formentera: the smallest piece of paradise in the Mediterranean

As the island doesn’t have its own airport, boarding a ferry to Formentera is the only way to discover this small piece of paradise for yourself. The Ibiza Formentera ferry travels between the two Pityusic Islands in just 30 minutes.

Travelling by ferry to Formentera gives you the chance to visit historical sites such as Caló Sant Agustí, the Mola Lighthouse and the Cap de Barbaria Lighthouse. Though these locations are quite far from the port, if you choose to take your car on the ferry to Formentera you will be able to reach them in less than half an hour.

However, thanks to the island’s fairly flat terrain and its small size, taking your bike on the ferry to Formentera and exploring it on wheels is one of the best options. In fact, just 15 minutes from the port you will find idyllic beaches such as Llevant and Illetes. As they belong to a natural park, visiting them by bike offers a great advantage: visitors on bikes can enjoy the beaches for free. So, get pedalling – destination Formentera!

Another advantage of travelling by ferry to Formentera with Baleària in your own car is the amount of luggage you can take with you. You will be able to bring everything you need to enjoy activities such as kayaking or windsurfing in the Estany Des Peix lagoon or maybe go snorkelling in coves such as Punta Prima, where you can explore the wonders of the underwater world.

Don’t forget that from April to October, the Baleària Denia Formentera ferry connects Peninsular Spain with the island in two and a half hours. What are you waiting for? Book your next journey!