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Formentera Sightseeing – Tour from Ibiza

US$ 73.19 Price per person from View price guide

Highlights

  • Discover a Mediterranean paradise which retains a laid-back way of life
  • Included boat transportation from Ibiza to Formentera
  • An expert guide will lead you on a tour of the Island’s highlights

Overview

Ibiza’s sister island - Formentera – is renowned for its crystal clear waters and beautiful white sand beaches. This tiny island is just a one hour ferry ride away from the south-eastern coast of Ibiza. There is no airport on the Island of Formentera and therefore it has less tourism and retains a more laid-back way of life.

There are many great beaches and quiet, secluded bays. Some of the bays have incredible grottos. You can see the sea from virtually any point of the island, which is flat except for La Mola which is the highest point on the island.

An expert guide will lead you on a sightseeing tour of Formentera and show you all the highlights of this Mediterranean paradise.

Itinerary

The cruise to Formentera departs from Bossa. If you are staying in Santa Eulalia, Es Cana or Cala Llonga coach transport is available to the harbour.

The cruise to Formentara takes around 1 hour, on arrival you will be taken around the island where the guide will explain its culture and history. The highlights of your trip include:

San Francisco Javier, the capital of Formentera. The little town is located in the interior and is a collection of picturesque white houses around a fortified church.

Mirador la Mola, the highest point of the island with panoramic views all around.

Iglesia Del Pilar church, the beautiful church in the town.

Another beautiful sight you will see is the lighthouse.

At the end of an amazing scenic excursion to Formentera you will return to Ibiza by ferry.

The tour returns to the original departure point after approximately 7 hours.

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Reviews

This tour from Ibiza was ideal as we got to see the entire Island. Travelling independently we would not have been able to see so many parts of Formentera. The organisation was... Mrs C E Munro

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Activity Schedule

When does it run?

11 May - 23 Oct: Fridays

Duration

7 hours

Start time

Hotel pick ups are available from 0815h (8:15am) to 0845h (08:45am)
The cruise to Formentera departs from, h.3 Carabellas in Bossa at 1000h (10:00am)
Duration: 7 hours

Meeting point

If choosing the option with transport you can be picked up from the following locations
Santa Eulalia: Hotel Tres Torres (outside of main entrance), 0840h (08:40am)
Es Cana: Behind Hotel Panorama, 0820h (08:20am)
Cala Llonga: Cala Llonga bus stop on the beach, 0900h (09:00am)
(Please advise us of your preferred pick up location at the time of booking. Kindly reconfirm pick up upon arrival in Ibiza.
If choosing the option without transport you can meet the boat at h.3 Carabellas in Bossa at 1000h (10:00am) Please report at the meeting point 15 minutes before the start time..

Ending point

The tour ends at the original departure point.

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Inclusions

  • English-speaking guide on the boat trip and on Formentera
  • Coach transportation to boat on Ibiza
  • Hotel pick up & drop off

Exclusions

  • Lunch & Drinks

Please note

Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to the start of the tour to reconfirm the departure details.

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Additional info

  • If choosing the option with transport the travel time to the port will be between 30-45 minutes.
  • The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details and local telephone numbers at the destination. They will happily answer any logistical questions you may have.
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