If you are planning a holiday on this island, here we present the best activities to do in Formentera in summer.

1. Enjoy the Beaches of Formentera

Ses Illetes Beach

Considered one of the best beaches in the world, Ses Illetes is known for its white sand and turquoise waters. Perfect for swimming, sunbathing and water sports such as snorkelling and paddle surfing.

Migjorn Beach

Migjorn Beach is the longest in Formentera and offers a mix of tranquillity and services. With numerous beach bars and restaurants, it is ideal for spending a full day enjoying the sea and local cuisine.

2. Rent a Boat and Explore the Coast

One of the best ways to discover Formentera in summer is by renting a boat. You can explore hidden coves, snorkel in crystal-clear waters and enjoy the coast from a unique perspective. You don't need a license to rent small boats, making the experience easier for everyone.

3. Visit La Mola Lighthouse

History and Spectacular Views

La Mola Lighthouse, situated at the highest point on the island, offers stunning panoramic views of the Mediterranean. It's a perfect place to enjoy a sunset and learn about Formentera's maritime history.

4. Stroll through La Mola Craft Market

Local Crafts and Bohemian Atmosphere

La Mola Market is famous for its bohemian atmosphere and wide range of artisan products. Open on Wednesday and Sunday afternoons, it's a great place to pick up unique souvenirs and enjoy local talent.

5. Practice Water Sports

Kitesurfing, Windsurfing and Paddle Surfing

Formentera in summer is a paradise for water sports lovers. The wind and sea conditions are perfect for kitesurfing and windsurfing. Paddle surfing is another popular option, especially in the calm waters of the island's beaches.

6. Explore Ses Salines Natural Park

Nature and Wildlife

Ses Salines Natural Park covers parts of Formentera and Ibiza and is a place of great natural beauty. You can go hiking, bird watching and enjoy the local flora and fauna. Don't miss the stunning salt flats, especially at sunset.

7. Visit Sant Francesc Xavier

Culture and History

Formentera's capital, Sant Francesc Xavier, is a charming town full of history and culture. Stroll through its streets, visit the 18th-century church and enjoy the local shops, bars and restaurants.

8. Hiking and Cycling

Scenic Routes and Nature

Formentera is ideal for hiking and cycling, with numerous routes taking you through stunning scenery. One of the most popular routes is the Camí de Sa Pujada, which offers panoramic views and connects La Mola to the rest of the island.

9. Sample the Local Gastronomy

Restaurants and Beach Bars

Formentera's cuisine is a foodie's delight. Try local dishes such as fresh fish, lobster stew and traditional pa amb oli. Beach bars along the beaches are perfect for enjoying a relaxed meal with sea views.

10. Relax at a Beach Bar

Relaxing Atmosphere and Sea Views

There's nothing better than ending a day in Formentera by relaxing at a beach bar. Enjoy a glass of wine, a cocktail or a refreshing mojito while watching the sunset and listening to live music.

Enjoy an Unforgettable Summer in Formentera


Formentera in summer offers a wide range of activities for all tastes. Whether you prefer adventure or tranquility, Formentera awaits you with open arms to offer you an unforgettable holiday.