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The kayak, “Hunter’s Boat” in Inuit language, is a navigation discipline that dates back around 4,000 years to Eskimo origin, and has evolved to become a sport practised by millions. It is the perfect sport to begin in the sea, allowing each kayaker to improve under maximum safety conditions until they reach their desired level.

Formentera is a well-known and esteemed tourist destination thanks to its clear waters with turquoise tones and fine white sands that leave visitors speechless. The protected beaches have barely been changed by man and frame a land that is well equipped with familiar, modern tourist infrastructures.

Culture and Heritage
In such a small land area as Formentera, where land and sea resources have clearly conditioned life on the island, the line that divides cultural value from natural value is often unclear.

For visitors to Formentera, landing here is synonymous to tranquillity. That privileged sensation of leisurely living is multiplied if we opt to get to know the island on foot or by bike. This way we are able to reach places that go unnoticed from the road, we appreciate the island from a different angle and get to know the more natural and genuine Formentera, in the most respectful way possible.

Family holiday
Formentera is a star destination where you can enjoy unforgettable holidays with your children. Turquoise, calm and temperate waters, and a perfectly preserved setting, make this a true paradise for the whole family. A typical island house located in the Natural Reserve of Las Salinas salt marshes, a rural house in the countryside, or accommodation in one of the different town centres at only a 20-minute drive from the farthest point in the island, all kinds of activities can be enjoyed both on land and at sea.

On horseback
The mild year-round climate, the terrain and wild landscape of Formentera, make the island an ideal location for horseback trekking. The island of Formentera offers pathways through the pine and juniper forests, a lunar landscape in the rocky area of Can Marroig, the smell of aromatic bushes accompanying our senses as we travel down the footpaths, the Estany des Peix and its colours, composing an infinite rainbow of colour.

The typical Formentera cuisine is closely linked to the traditional way of life, strongly influenced by the connection with the sea and rain-fed agriculture. It is characterised by an almost complete dependence on local products, conditioned by the isolation of the Pitiusas Islands.

Sports calendar

Calendario anual de los eventos deportivos en la isla