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Ibiza & Formentera

Traveling for 2 weeks. With Jodie my 12 year old daughter.

First week on the beautiful island of Formentra. We stayed in the Hostel La Savina. Not your typical package holiday. We included adventure. These 2 islands are a great place to explore. Formentera is quit flat and easy to hire a bicycle or walk and explore the island and it’s fantastic beaches.

If you are looking for nightlife in Formentra, then visit Es Pujols. Many bars and you will find Spanish tourists having fun.


Cristal clear water. With the view of Ibiza in the background.
Only ½ hour from Ibiza Town by ferry.



Platja de ses llletes. Great beaches with warm cristal clear waters.



Walking the Roman Road



For the great views of Formentera

Second week Es Canar. (Karaoke city) But we spent the days visiting all the beautiful bays and most evenings in Santa Eularia. More Spanish.
Bus Timetable http://www.ibizabus.com/ Very Helpfull


Jodie enjoying ice cream in Santa Eulalia del Rio. Nice relaxed town, very Spanish and many restaurants to enjoy local food.


Cala Comte. Great for swimming, relaxing and great atmosphere.

Great views of Es Vedra from Terre del Pirata. After a 20 minute walk up...


Benidrums At The Hippy Market Ibiza
Useful Links:
Owners Direct For accommodation in Ibiza & Formentera
Flights Monarch & Travel Republic
Ibiza Bus Timetable

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