Tourist gazing at the sea in Formentera, Balearic Islands

Green routes in Formentera, beyond its beaches


Formentera is much more than sun and beach. In addition to its incredible coastline, this island offers many other plans for an unforgettable holiday on the Balearic Islands. One of them is hiking along its green routes: trails rich in nature where you will discover captivating unspoilt areas. Vineyards, dunes, viewpoints, hidden coves... Put on comfortable shoes and get ready to discover some of these routes and the most fascinating corners of Formentera.

  • View of the Estany Pudent in the Ses Salines Natural Park in Formentera, Balearic Islands

    Camí de s’Estany

    On foot, running or cycling, this path is approximately 4.5 kilometres and a perfect option to enjoy hiking in Spain. From the port of La Savina , you should head towards the town of Es Pujols, bordering the beautiful lagoon of Estany Pudent. In the heart of the Ses Salines Natural Park, this lagoon is an ideal location to watch birds such as seagulls, ducks or even flamingos. You will also discover the pink salt flats and Sant Francesc, the island's capital. A very complete route that will win your lasting love for Formentera.

  • Detail of vineyards in Formentera, Balearic Islands

    Camí de Ses Vinyes

    From Es Pujols, this green route reaches the town of Sant Ferran, a bohemian and cosmopolitan place where island artists display their works in unique markets. Along the trail, you will discover countless vineyards that belong to the most impressive agricultural areas of Formentera. If you are a lover of wine and the numerous wine routes of Spain, this route is ideal to enjoy agrotourism and witness wine production rich in quality and history.

  • Aerial view of the Camí de Sa Pujada de Es Calò in Formentera, Balearic Islands

    Camí de Sa Pujada

    This green route begins in the traditional fishing village of Es Calò and reaches Pilar de la Mola, a location that will surprise you with its iconic lighthouse and its impressive cliffs. Along the trail, you can enjoy the best views of the island from viewpoints such as Les Petjades del Diable. Declared a Property of Cultural Interest in 1993, this route is perfect to enjoy Formentera and make an unforgettable connection with nature.

  • View of Ses Illetes beach in Formentera, Balearic Islands

    Camí de Ses Illetes

    In just 1,900 metres, this green route unveils some of the most famous beaches, such as Ses Illetes, Llevant and Es Cavall d’en Borràs. Through salt flats, dunes and forests, this charming section has become one of the most popular on the island. Fancy combining nature with a dip on the coast of Formentera?

  • View of the Estany des Peix in the Ses Salines Natural Park in Formentera, Balearic Islands

    Camí de Sa Pedrera

    This green route reaches Punta de Sa Pedrera, a great coast for snorkelling lovers. Along its 2,200 metres, you will not stop admiring impressive panoramic views, both of the Estany des Peix lagoon and of the coast of Ibiza and the imposing islet of Es Vedrà. These are some of the most beautiful green routes in Formentera. Paths with quiet and nature as the protagonists. Would you like to enjoy environmentally responsible tourism on this magical island?

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