Once the sleepier little sister of Ibiza, the low-key vibe of Formentera attracted celebrities looking to recover from the hedonistic frenzy of Ibiza. In recent years Formentera has really come into its own, growing into destination with a unique atmosphere that is simple yet chic; Bohemian with a sophisticated slant. A Formentera yacht charter will take you to the “last paradise” – where the food is exquisite but you will never wait for a table, the rustic casas are achingly stylish, and the seas are claimed to be the bluest in the Mediterranean. If you are looking for a private paradise, boat rental on Formentera may just take you there.
Key Cruising Areas: Formentera is perfectly placed to explore the Balearic islands. Sail around to the east coast of Ibiza and anchor in sheltered coves, or explore the uninhabited island of Espalmador.
Don’t Miss: The bar and club scene, although understated, is certainly alive on Formentera. Pop some champagne to watch the sunset at 10.7
Best Spots for Wining and Dining: You’ll be spoilt for choice with excellent local, organic food at almost every restaurant on this island. Try the delicate carpaccios at Can Carlos for something particularly special.
Local Culture: A small island rich in culture, Formentera embodies the Balearic way of life. For an insight into the past way of life on the island, head to the Ethnography Museum.
Best Beach: With kilometres of white sand and shallow, warm waters, Illetes beach is an ideal stop for your charter. After an afternoon sunbathing and swimming, head to one of the excellent beach-side restaurants, renowned for their traditionally cooked seafood.
IYC recommends: Hire a pedal bike or a scooter and make like the locals – take a lazy ride from one beach to the next. Stop at the dulceria at Boscalina for a sweet treat complimented by the scent of the sea.
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