A small island in the Balearic region, Formentera is mainly flat but does have some stunning cliffs at La Mola. Whilst tourism does bring in income, the lack of an airport on the island keeps all but the very keen from visiting. This makes it a wonderful place to buy Formentera property as it does not get over-populated and you can still find sheep and goat farms mingled amongst the fig trees.
Reached by ferry from Ibiza harbour, it takes only 30 minutes unless you want to take the longer more scenic route. With a population of only 12000, whilst this will increase in the main season i.e. July and August. This is an incredibly appealing place to be if you are seeking a house for sale in Formentera.
Celebrities love it and so do the expats that live there, claiming that it feels more like being in the Maldives than the Mediterranean. Here you will find no noisy clubs or giant hotel blocks as developers have been blocked from doing anything,there is a total ban on beachfront construction.
Whitewashed Formentera villas for sale
Truly an unspoilt location, in this tiny village you will find whitewashed Formentera villas for sale as well as sand dunes and crystal-clear blue waters. It is incredibly hard to find this type of paradise in the modern world which is why the island is so protected. Forget fast-food joints and motorways; the roads are predominantly dirt with the pine-filled countryside protected in parts, being World Heritage Sites.
Crystalline clear waters
Famous for its Unesco-protected seagrass, posidonia, this is one of the oldest surviving living organisms to be found world-wide. It filters the sea water, keeping it pure and crystalline. These are the perfect waters in which to swim, relax and generally make the most of this luscious part of the coastline.
If you are looking for a Formentera house for sale that will truly be your Heaven on earth, head to the island today.