LIVE LOCAL FORMENTERA
By Maria Mayans, hostess of Hostal Aigua Clara
Route through the lighthouses of Formentera
Make the most of your time in Formentera and take a tour of the lighthouses and learn about the island’s history. From La Savina Lighthouse to panoramic views from La Mola Lighthouse and Cap de Barbaria. Each lighthouse tells a unique story.
As you venture along the Formentera lighthouse route, you’ll embark on a journey through time and maritime tradition. These lighthouses, silent witnesses of the past, offer you not only breathtaking views, but also the opportunity to connect with the rich history of the island.
Formentera from the heights: El Mirador de la Mola
On the way to the top of La Mola, you will find a magical place: a restaurant with a viewpoint that offers privileged views.
This viewpoint covers the entire north and south coast, with the beaches of Migjorn and Tramuntana as main stars. The winding road and the countryside that surrounds the island to the Port of La Savina unfold before your eyes.
Undoubtedly this viewpoint is a mandatory stop on your trip.
Formentera, the island of torrents
Did you know that there are no rivers in Formentera? However, what the island has is a lot of torrents along the island.
The torrents are flows of water that, in the case of Formentera, remain dry except for rainy days, when they collect the water from the island and direct it to the Mediterranean Sea.
The area with abundant torrents is that of the east of the island, in the area of Pilar de la Mola. Here we find the Torrent des Arbocers that flows very close to Caló d’Es Mort, the Torrent de Sa Talaia, the Torrent Fondo, the Torrent d’en Jai and the Torrent de Sa Fontanella, the longest of the island.
Don’t wait any longer to plan your dream vacation!
Use our travel guide and enjoy an unforgettable experience.
Atte. Maria Mayans Tur.