• Order a bottle of Moet and oysters at Juan y Andrea

  • Have a boozy brunch at Beso Beach, followed by a swim and siesta on the beach

  • Watch the sunset and listen to deep house at Bluebar

  • Aperitivo at ChezzGerdi - don’t forget to check out their decked out VW bus

  • Listen to live Flamenco music at Can Toni

  • Beachside spaghetti pesto at 10.7


  • Rent an ATV or scooter, the wait for taxi’s will kill your vibe (and test your patience)

  • Make reservations in advance, and accommodations for the dingy should you be arriving by boat

  • The beaches are not organized, so be prepared with a towel or pareo

  • Marvel over the pink sand at Playa de Ses Illetes

  • Wander and bar hop in La Mola

  • If you want to club, head to Ibiza. Formentera is about aimlessly strolling, enjoying live music on the street and in plazas

  • …but if the mood strikes, dance the night away at Tipic


  • The best shops are at restaurants like Juan y Andrea and ChezzGerdi. Beware of boozy purchases :)

  • Peruse the hippie markets during the late afternoon (typically on Wednesday and Fridays)