A miracle of crystal clear water situated in the Balearic Islands, Playa de Ses Illetes is just 4 km from la Savina, a port village in the Formentera.

Its fine-grained, white sand and the surrounding lush green vegetation makes it one of the finest beaches of Spain. The fact that its sea fauna has been declared a human heritage makes it a popular spot for divers.

Traveling to the beach

There is a public transport service to this beach, and the nearest bus stop is only half a km away.

Tourists can access it by rented car, motorbike, and bicycle too, and there is no dearth of free parking space.

At the Playa de Ses Illetes beach

There is also a disabled ramp for access to the beach from Cavall d’en Borras. Those who prefer the cosmopolitan feel of Ibiza can take a ferry to this beach from there if they feel like stealing away into nature’s arms.

Visitors can find a few restaurants in the area near the beach.

While on the beach, they can easily rent sunbeds and umbrellas.

Lifeguards are on duty, which makes for a carefree and enjoyable day for the tourists.

Nudity is allowed on this beach, therefore those who seek unusual experiences will certainly find them here.

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Hotels near the beach

Since it is a natural preserve, there are no lodging options right on beach. Places to stay can, however, be found in La Savina and Es Pujols.

  • Hostal Bellavista
  • Hostal La Savina
  • Hotel Roca Bella
    1 star
  • Blanco Hotel Formentera
  • Hotel Tahiti
    2 stars, free wifi and breakfast
  • Hotel Voramar
    3 stars

Facilities

  • Lifeguard
  • Disabled Access
  • Car Parking
  • Sunbeds
  • Umbrellas

Beach on the map

Formentera, Balaeric Islands,
Spain