Formentera to Spain Ferry
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Formentera is connected to Spain via the port of Denia. On average, there are 2 crossings each day between Formentera and Spain, which are operated by Balearia. Crossings from Formentera to Denia usually take around 2 hours 30 minutes.
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Formentera Ferry port lies in Formentera, the smallest and the southern most of the Balearic Islands. It has a size of 84 square kilometres. Formentera is only reachable by sea because it has been impossible to build an airport due its characteristics. Ferries from Formentera go to Denia and Ibiza and can be booked through AFerry.
Formentera offers a range of restaurants, pubs and discos open all through the year till in the night You can simply relax on the beaches or explore the inland with varied and breathtaking landscapes in Formentera.
Formentera is approximately 19 Kms to the south of Ibiza in the Mediterranean Sea. The island is almost entirely flat, except for two promontories, one on each end: Cap de Barbaria with the mountain Puig Guillem (109 metres) and Mola with its Talaiassa (192 metres), the highest point of the island. On the northern part of the island there are two salt-water ponds: s'Estany Pudent and s'Estany des Peix.
Formentera's main charm is its natural environment and most importantly, the pristine white sandy beaches with transparent waters. The marina in Formentera offers activities such as wind surfing, scuba diving and various other water sports.
Almost 65 million tourists headed to Spain in 2014, making it one of the most visited countries in the world. The ideal way to explore Spain must be by car or public transport. So why not take a ferry to Spain and really have your holiday your way. You'll also have the chance to discover unspoilt parts of the country and escape from the typical holiday hot spots.
With its many sea ports like Barcelona, Santander, Bilbao, Cádiz, Malaga and Balearic Islands among others, taking a ferry to Spain is an ideal way to enjoy the sun, superb food, local wine, monuments and hospitality.