Fishermen port at Es Caló Sant Agustí
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Fishermen port at Es Caló Sant Agustí

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Es Caló, is one of the curious corners of the Formentera island where the boats are arranged around a small creek, and each one has access to water through their own handmade wooden rails.

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A: Green pool at a fisherman port near Es Caló

Par Paco Lorente, à 490 mètres

In the afternoon of a September day, we found this natural green pool, ready to have a bath. The wind...

Green pool at a fisherman port near Es Caló

B: "Sa pujada" trail

Par Paco Lorente, A 1.4 km

A short trail that allows you to get a good panoramic view of the small Formentera island. Located be...

"Sa pujada" trail

C: Caló des Mort beach at Formentera

Par Paco Lorente, A 2.0 km

  Calo des Mort is the last sandy beach at the southeast of the island, from which the coast becomes ...

Caló des Mort beach at Formentera

D: Caló des Mort

Par juan benigno agudo delgado, A 2.0 km

Caló des Mort

E: Formentera, Spain

Par Uvarov Serg, A 2.3 km

Formentera, Spain

F: PLAYA DE SES ILLETES Y DE LLEVANT

Par juan benigno agudo delgado, A 11.4 km

LAS PLAYAS DE SES ILLETES Y DE LLEVANT ESTAN UNA FRENTE A OTRA ENTRE LA CUALES SE VA REDUCIENDO EL TE...

PLAYA DE SES ILLETES Y DE LLEVANT

G: Illetes beach at Formentera

Par Paco Lorente, A 11.4 km

Illetas beach, and also Llevant beach, are the most famous and visited beaches on the island of Forme...

Illetes beach at Formentera

H: Rock piles at Formentera

Par Paco Lorente, A 12.5 km

A curious place with hundreds of stone monoliths made by visitors.

Rock piles at Formentera

I: Espalmador

Par Enrique Tesouro Ciordia, A 13.2 km

Espalmador

J: Aerial panorama of Ses Portes, Ibiza

Par Jaime Brotons, A 19.9 km

Aerial panorama of Ses Portes, Ibiza

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