Levante Beach is less busy than its neighbor, Ses Illetes. Although the days of Levante make it one of the wildest.
Location: IlletesSee on map
Levante Beach or Llevant Beach is, along with Migjorn, the longest beach in Formentera. It is located on the east side of the elongated peninsula of Es Trucadors. The huge cordon of dunes that flanks it has a very important landscape and environmental value. Of course, here the wind blows harder and the waves can even be dangerous.
As in the entire Illetes area, to get to Llevant beach you will have to access from the entrance to the Ses Illetes Natural Park. If it is summer season, you will have to pay an amount of € 3 if you come by motorcycle or € 5 if you do it by car. This amount is intended to preserve the state of the Natural Park. Of course, if you come walking or cycling you will not have to pay anything.
Have you been to Formentera? Ses Illetes is one of the most characteristic and crystalline beaches in isle of Formentera.
Es Moli Marroig is a small rocky cove and sand north of the island towards Illetes. Do not forget to stop and enjoy the beautiful views.
Es Trucadors represents from the sky a thin tongue of land in the direction of Ibiza, a small peninsula that narrows until it disappears.