The Ibiza summer season has come to an end, leaving behind great moments enjoyed by our customers, a fair amount of stunning sunsets, countless photos of our beloved islet Es Vedrá and thousands of pleasant boat trips to Formentera and the most breath-taking beaches on the western coast of Ibiza.
We’re on the final stretch of the 2017 season: Only two weeks left if you’re planning to take one of our boat trips to Formentera. This is a fantastic opportunity to hop over to our neighbour island and enjoy a wonderful, peaceful day thanks to our inexpensive daily trips that leave from the piers on Ses Figueretes and d’en Bossa beaches. If you didn’t get the chance to visit Formentera this summer, book your ticket right now and enjoy the beautiful –and now empty– beaches.
October is full of plans and proposals to enjoy Formentera beyond its beaches. The gentle weather is ideal for sports events and other outdoor activities, such as horse riding or kayaking along the coast. Discover what the island has to offer this month and make the most of your boat trip to Formentera.
It may seem as if the summer is over, but far from it. There’s still time to enjoy the heavenly beaches of Formentera, and even better, you’ll be practically alone as most of the travellers have gone back home. If you’re already picturing yourself sunbathing on the famous beach of Illetes, take note of the new timetable for our boat trips to Formentera, as we adjust the times to demand in October. Go ahead! Book your ticket to Formentera and enjoy a wonderful day in paradise.
For the past 30 years, several towns and villages in Ibiza have been celebrating Tourist Day every third Thursday of September. This event is to show the islanders’ gratefulness to loyal travellers who chose the island as their holiday destination. This year, Tourist Day falls on the 21st, but there will be free activities until the 24th. If you’ll be staying in Ibiza during those dates, check out the programme and join the celebrations.
People are more and more inclined to go on a day trip from Ibiza to Formentera to visit the beautiful unspoilt beaches that have been appearing on magazine covers worldwide in the last few years. If you’re still wondering if it’s worth visiting our neighbour island, keep on reading and discover some of the interesting things you’ll find only 45 minutes away from Ibiza.
The increase in flights between Ibiza and many other national and international airports has turned this island into a very attractive destination for a weekend getaway. If you only have 48 hours to discover Ibiza for the very first time and you’d like to make the most of your stay, check out the following plan that was specially thought out for travellers who wish to visit the island.
Our island is universally famous for its festive atmosphere, but Ibiza has been a family holiday place for decades thanks to its beaches and coves that are usually very safe for children to bathe. If you’re organizing your family holidays in Ibiza but haven’t yet decided where to stay, here are some hotels for you to enjoy your stay on the island.
The neighbouring island has a wide array of good restaurants offering fantastic Mediterranean food, with good options for all budgets. Note down these affordable restaurants in Formentera and enjoy your trip to the last paradise on the Mediterranean.
One of the Ibiza’s greatest appeals is that the island has plans for all kinds of visitors, whether they’re travelling as a family, as a group of friends or as a couple. These suggestions have been specially designed for those visiting the island as a couple and seek intimate, relaxed plans.