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Make the stunning Balearic Island of Formentera your next vacation destination. The island has changed hands many times over the centuries, existing under emperors and kings alike, from the Carthaginians, the Romans through to the Vandals and the Arabs. The makes the island a heady much of cultures and world history. You can get there by ferry from the neighboring island of Ibiza and it's about a 30-minute crossing over the Mediterranean Sea to this exotic island in the sun. Why not arrange Formentera hotels before you travel, by logging on to venere.com? We have a reputation for finding top quality hotels in Formentera without any hassle. It doesn't matter whether you're looking for high-end vacation accommodation or budget rooms, Venere makes it quick and easy to make an online reservation. You can feel confident there's a wide selection of Formentera hotels to suit your taste and budget. We have partnered with great hotels across this island to help you find the ideal accommodation option for your vacation.

What's Formentera Like?

Formentera is only 12 miles long and 4 miles wide, however there's plenty to see and do on this quaint Balearic Island. During the 1960's it was very popular with hippies who used to travel from the European mainland to enjoy the fantastic beaches, laid-back lifestyle and entertainment venues. There are quite a few nudist beaches on the island too, so if that's your thing then you're in luck. For the more energetic, rent a bike and cycle around the island. There's a lot of flat terrain and attractions to see such as La Mola Lighthouse, Sant Francesc Xavier Church, and the Roman Castellum in Can Blai. Take a short walk to the small, quaint fishing village of Es Caló on the Northern coast of the island. Es Caló harbor is a great place to enjoy a tasty snack and a refreshing drink, while in Nuestra Señora del Pilar there's an interesting craft market.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Formentera

Learning a little Spanish will definitely stand you in good stead to get along with the locals. Grab a bite to eat in one of the island's tavernas and a glass of wine or two for good measure. The local people like nothing better than chatting to tourists in a traditional cafe, bar, or restaurant. Formentera offers the opportunity to sail round the coast in a boat or catamaran where you can also try scuba diving. After a day of fun activities, it's reassuring to know you can return to your hotel to relax, chill out, and have a good night's sleep. Check out Formentera hotels' availability with Venere. There are photographs of each hotel and helpful ratings left by previous guests.