Going to Formentera is simple. You will simply need to take the ship from Denia, Barcleona, Alicante, Palma or Barcelona. There are consistent intersections amid the high season (May to September), yet outside on this season your choices are significantly more restricted and you will probably need to enter the island at the port of La Savina on a pontoon that has originated from Ibiza. The intersection to Formentera from Ibiza ought to just take 30 minutes, however the channel of Es Freus has some solid streams which can back you off on an uneven oceans.
When you land at the port of La Savina, you will venture off the vessel to confront the Tourist Information Office. This is an awesome first stop to get flyers and maps, and visit to the staff about the best things to do. A pleasant woman named Carmen is more often than not at the workplace and glad to give handy guidance and insider tips. What you choose to do will especially rely on upon to what extent you are wanting to remain on the island. On the off chance that it is only a day trip then you ought to leave La Savina and go to Es Trucadors.
Es Trucadors is a stunning stretch of white sand shorelines, bays, islets, turquoise waters, sees out to Es Vedra and S’Espalmador, and wild naturism. In the event that you are affronted by stripped bodies drenching up beams of daylight then this may not be the place for you all things considered. In any case, if that is not an issue then you can cycle there in twenty minutes from La Savina and appreciate the perspectives. Of different types.