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Ibiza & Formentera
Formentera is one of the smallest of the Balearic islands. It has an area of 83km2 and a population of around 9200 people. It is almost four miles from Ibiza and 100km from Jávea in Alicante, which is the closest point of the Iberian Peninsula. Its coastline stretches for 69km, where you can find attractive cliffs and beaches. This island is virtually flat except for the cliffs of La Mola, with a highest point of 192m. The climate is mild and the average temperature is around 19ºC, with nearly 2900 hours of sunshine per year. Formentera is known as the last paradise of the Mediterranean for its ability to combine tourism with environmental protection. It has struggled for several generations to conserve the island's beaches, clear waters and climate. You can only travel by ferry from Ibiza to Formentera. It does not have an airport, therefore holidays to Formentera require passing through Ibiza first. This makes it a quiet place to escape stress and overcrowding. Once on the island, you can use their car hire services to explore the island. Formentera is known for the best beaches in Europe, and some of the best hotels and villas. Popular choices include Gecko Beach Club and Insotel Hotel Formentera Playa. The coastline has 20 miles of white sand beaches and transparent waters, where you can practice all kinds of water sports. There is a grass meadow that surrounds the island, a natural purifier that cleans the water and allows deposit of sand on the shore. This underwater jungle was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1999. The success of tourism on the island is loved by residents and visitors alike. The residents believe in respect for nature, survival of their culture and environmental protection. The concepts of freedom and light are attractive for artists, which are today part of the island's heritage. Local design of clothing, accessories, jewellery and artwork are unique to Formentera. Some of the best restaurants are also found in this area, including Juan y Andrea, Beso Beach Formentera and El Tiburon. These are beachfront diners with excellent views of the blue sea.
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La Mola
La Mola is a small town located in the highest area of Formentera's hills. It is famous for its local artisan markets, windmills and its lighthouse on the white cliffs. Far de La Mola lighthouse is one of the most popular destinations for tourists. Es Ram is another peaceful bay that offers panoramic views of the sea. There are a number of luxury hotels and apartments in the area, including the coastal Hotel Riu La Mola.
Es Pujols
Es Pujols is located in the north of the island. It is a very touristic region on the island with plenty of hotels and services. It is located next to the sea and boasts a tranquil sandy beach where tourists can relax. Hotel Tahiti, Hotel Rosamar and Blanco Hotel Formentera are great options for both couples and families. These offer sea views and outdoor pools. The best restaurants are located in Es Pujols, including Chezz Gerdi, which is a modern take on local seafood. In this area, you can bike along the long flat roads or swim in the rocky beaches.

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