The Balearic Islands comprises 4 main islands: Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera. The archipelago has become a tourist destination of the first order, as well as the Western Mediterranean.
It offers an elegant combination of centers of leisure, coves and beaches, without forgetting the interesting places that hides each island. Thanks to its mild climate, with about 300 days of sunshine a year, so they make it a very attractive resort for any nationality. For all these reasons, its climate, its charming places, its special luminosity, which have been chosen by many writers, painters and artists to show their art your art.
Ibiza, forming the small archipelago of Pitiusas, along with Formentera is the closest Balearic Island, geographically, the peninsula and the city of Ibiza is its capital. The island can take whole by a route that leaves from the city of Ibiza and ends in it, passing through Santa Eulalia de Rio, which is the city, after Ibiza, the island's largest.
Formentera, considered by some as the last paradise refuge of the Mediterranean, is only accessible by boat. It is a small island of just eighty square kilometers, about 11 miles from Ibiza. It is composed of a unique city, Sant Francesc.
In relation to its small size, it has huge banks of sand and magnificent beaches that have nothing to envy to the Caribbean, therefore, Formentera is the subject of great interest for tourists seeking tranquility and beautiful landscapes.