“Little Formentera has all grown up. This island has a booming beach-club scene, some seriously good places to eat, and the best beaches in the Mediterranean”.
For some curious reason, the food on this little speck in the Mediterranean, forever in big sister Ibiza’s shadow, is terrifically good: organic, fresh, healthy, exciting, locally grown, lovingly put together. All across the 12-mile long island, the streets have always nice places to eat (from the traditional tapas to sushi at the beach). Quirky breakfast spots including Big Store (for fresh fruit juices and smoothies) and Ca Na Pepa (for punchy strong coffee and warm croissants), sit alongside lunch joints such as Oya (great pizzas and a shop of pastel-coloured clothes and retro homeware) and cool bars for pre-dinner mojitos and Coronitas.
In the most resort-like town, Es Pujols, on the northern side of the Estany Pudent lagoon, which is still sleepy and…
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