A pristine, untouched crescent shaped land just before reaching Illetes, Es Palmador offers a wonderful and wild beauty.

As Restaurants and bars aren’t allowed in this protected paradise, Es Palmador shows a Mediterranean environment without human interaction, composed by powdery white sand and shallow turquoise waters.

There are two ways of reaching Es Palmador, by yacht or by swimming from Illetes Beach. Only a couple of hundred meters is a distance between Es Palmador and the main Island of Formentera.

A World Heritage Site by UNESCO, Illetes offers a myriad of blues and greens in its pristine waters.

Illetes rich underwater environment and the transparent and unspoilt turquoise sea bathing its sandy shores make it one of the most beautiful beaches in Europe.

It hosts many restaurants of fine Mediterranean cuisine, combining their delicate flavours with the rustic environment of the typical Spanish beach bars

Slightly distant from Illetes, Cala Saona, a small beach shaped as a half moon, blends perfectly peace and beauty.

Cala Saona’s sheltered environment is formed by magnificent cliffs, rudimentary fishermen’s jetties and gentle sandy slopes.
Its crystal clear waters are ideal to practice snorkelling or water sports, or simply to enjoy the most stunning sunsets of Formentera.

Encased between dense pine forests and the Levant blue sea, Es Calo’ beach is famous for its clear and deep waters.

The small cliffs that surrounds Es Calo’ reflect the light in a particular and beautiful way which creates its characteristic scenery.

Some of the most famous restaurants in the island complement this east side beach offering.


Close to the salt lakes in the south of the island and behind the dunes and pine trees, lays one of the most famous beaches of Ibiza.

A gentle sandy plateau, bathed by crystal turquoise waters, Las Salinas combines a calm and beautiful scenery with the vibrant atmosphere of several beach bars.

An iconic place in Ibiza to have an afternoon drink while the Balearic music beat takes off.

This natural amphitheatre on the south side of the island offers an amazing scenery composed by lush pine forests, rugged red cliffs and a beautiful white pebbled beach.

One of the most iconic beach clubs in Ibiza is located at Jondal and the small bay is visited by boats and mega yachts alike.

One of the best beaches of the island, Cala Conta offers wonderful views of the tiny islets in the west of Ibiza.

Its rocky shore, surrounded by fabulous and warm turquoise waters, is very popular during sunset, when yachts drop anchor to admire the magnificent scenery.

Cala d’Hort is a small bay below large cliffs and accessible only by a narrow road or by yacht. Considered by many one of the most beautiful beaches of Ibiza, it offers magnificent views of the island of Es Vedra.

Es Vedra and Es Vedranell are small rocky islands made of limestone. A place of natural beauty, magical presence and magnetic sunsets that are a must of every Ibiza visit