Two Coasts and a Roman Castellum

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Starting at the pretty little coastal hamlet of Es Calo on the northern coast, our way takes us across the narrow central part of the island, passing through pinewoods to reach the southern coastline known as Platja de Migjorn. We turn north-west to follow this stunning coast, sometimes on soft sand, sometimes on rocky surfaces, taking in the sheer beauty of the crystal-clear seascape. Later we turn inland again to meander through peaceful countryside and woodland to arrive at the Roman Castellum (see additional information). Next we head north to make our way to the northern coastline - Platja Tramuntana - where we head south-east along the rocky foreshore enjoying the panoramic views over towards Ibiza. All too soon we are back at Es Calo.

Spain - Balearic Islands - Formentera - Coast


Ancient Monument, Birds, Butterflies, Cafe, Flowers, Great Views, Mostly Flat, Public Transport, Restaurant, Sea, Wildlife, Woodland