All sailors on board… We’re going to Formentera

Discover the little gem of the Mediterranean with Trasmapi
Summer has arrived and with it, the desire to explore new destinations or to come back to those where you felt truly alive. So, if you are in Ibiza, take one step further and come to Formentera, where happiness is much more than a state of mind.

Famous for its perfect white sand and bright blue beaches, backed by dunes and pine trees, the smallest of Spain’s Balearic Islands is a natural treasure. So, grab your sunscreen, your sunglasses, your explorer soul… and jump on the ferry. As soon as you reach the port, you’ll have all you might need at hand. Bikes, motorcycles, cool restaurants, and of course… The beach!

Back in the 60’s, Trasmapi ferries were already bringing people closer, always committed to the environment (with a fleet that meets the strictest energy efficiency parameters), quality of service and passenger service. The spirit of the beginnings is still alive and you will feel it: the whole crew is particularly nice and friendly. And, the trip is something to enjoy: the warm sea breeze, the beautiful views of Dalt Vila and Ibiza from the distance, and that amazing feeling of crossing the waters in high speed

Trasmapi is the best option to travel between Ibiza and Formentera. Ferries leave each half hour (it is the company with most daily departures) so stop thinking about it and book a getaway to your next favourite place in the world.

To get your tickets, click here.

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