Measuring 140 metres long and 120 metres wide, Cala Saona is a coastal paradise considered to be the most beautiful cove on Formentera. Surrounded by a dense pine forest, Cala Saona wins over its visitors with its fine white sand that gives way to crystalline, turquoise waters.
Located in the Ses Salines Natural Park in the north of Formentera, Ses Illetes is one of the most iconic beaches of the Balearic Islands thanks to its 450-metre long idyllic coastline. Despite the entry fee to get into the natural park, this beach remains one of the most popular among tourists due to the breathtaking scenery.
Almost 3 kilometres long and 30 metres wide, Els Arenals is a similarly paradisiacal beach made up of Formentera's famously soft pearly sands bathed by crystal-clear waters. It is located near the town of El Caló de Sant Agustí.