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Formentera Island and Beach
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Though primarily known for its party scene, Ibiza, an MSC Mediterranean Cruises destination, aims to impress with its fortified old town, rich archaeological sites, and brilliant array of beaches. Sail a few miles south, and another incredible Balearic jewel emerges from the sea: the island of Formentera.

MSC Cruises excursions offer plenty of exciting things to see including:
• Ibiza’s Island
• Formentera Island and Beach
• Catamaran Tour
Ibiza, the island of entertainment, overflows with activities, sights, and seductively sandy beaches. On this MSC Cruises excursion you’ll visit some of the islands most beautiful hotspots including the salt flats: 'Las Salinas'. Take in this series of beautiful lagoons before heading to the tranquil municipality of San José. There, you’ll view the 18th century whitewashed church known for its decorative simplicity. Next, visit San Antonio, a buzzing town with a beautiful harbour. Enjoy a scenic tour of this popular village before taking in the gorgeous waterfront.  
Enjoy a Mediterranean experience on an MSC Cruises excursion to the island of Formentera. A short ferry trip from Ibiza will reward you with pristine beaches, crystal waters, and an ultra-relaxed atmosphere. Next, see the coastal resort of Es Pujols, lauded for its turquoise sea and powder-soft sand. Explore the town, take a dip, or relax in an al fresco restaurant, drink in hand! Finally, visit Migjorn beach where you can throw your cares to the wind. Wander wooden footpaths, explore the dunes, or gaze at the idyllic sea.
Book an exciting MSC Cruises excursion to the island of Formentera. You’ll get a gorgeous glimpse of the Balearic coastline from the luxurious comfort of a catamaran. Sail past Playa d'en Bossa with its palm-fringed promenade before dropping anchor near Illetas beach. Here, you’ll enjoy plenty of time in the sparkling sunshine, taking in the magnificent views or swimming in the crystalline sea. Back on board, enjoy a delicious barbecue lunch and a glass of Spanish sangria. Then, take in the spectacular vista of the Balearic Islands as the catamaran heads back to Ibiza.

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