Formentera is one of the four main islands of the Balearic archipelago, in Spain; together with neighboring Ibiza, it in turn forms one of the Pitiuse Islands.

The island is characterized by Mediterranean vegetation, it was exploited by the Romans as a granary and a deposit of wheat, from which the name of Formentera derives, since it is extremely fertile thanks to the water coming from aquifers which have long since dried up. Almost completely flat, it has only one noteworthy relief, the Mola plateau, which reaches a modest height of 192 meters.

Formentera is a very popular tourist destination: thanks to the beautiful beaches and its proximity to Ibiza with which it is connected by frequent ferries, it offers, unlike its neighbor, a life and tourism less formal and less tied to the colorful world of discos.

In recent years it has become a destination for many Italian tourists who have established the fashion of the aperitif by the sea accompanied by music until late. There are several chiringuitos kiosks that turn into nightclubs when the sun goes down. Formentera remains one of the favorite Mediterranean places of the naturist continue to frequent most of the beaches of the island (Migjorn, Llevant, Ses Illetes, Espalmador, Calò des Morts, Platja de Tramuntana, Platja de Sa Roqueta, etc.) thanks to permissive legislation in Spain, which actually allows naturism in many areas of the country.

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