The baby of the Balearics, Formentera is a world away from the other islands. It's like the tourist boom of the 60s and 70s never happened. There are no highrise hotels and locals zip from one idyllic beach to another on scooters and pedal bikes. You'll visit Sant Francesc, Es Mirador lookout and the stunning beach of Es Pujols.
Make your own way down to the harbour and after a short hop across the water, you'll head to Sant Francesc, the quaint whitewashed village that's the island's capital. The pace here is positively tortoise-like. The 18th century church in the main square is simplicity personified. Next up are the epic views from Es Mirador, the island's highest point, and the iconic La Mola lighthouse
And last but by no means least, is free time in the seaside village of Es Pujols. Here you can enjoy lunch at a beachside restaurant or just chill out on the silky sands washed by turquoise waters. It's a scene that wouldn't look out of place in the south Pacific.