In this sections you will find a general description of green circuits all over Formentera. These green circuits can only be covered on foot or by bicycle.
Routes to cover by bicycle:
Cami de S'Estany: 2700 meters. This route covers an area that has been declared Natural Area of Special Interest, skirting S'Estany Pudent, a very important zone with interesting vegetation and birds.
Camino de Illetas.
Cami de Ses Vinyes: 1300 meters. This route links Sant Francesc and Es Pujols.
Camí de Ses Vinyes: makes it possible to avoid the main road as well as to follow a quiet path that passes by a farming area with numerous vineyards.
Cami de Ses Illetes: 1900 meters. This route will lead you to the most famous beaches of Formentera. You will follow a path with dunes, pine forests and the Estanys of Ses Salines at both sides. Due to its exceptional beauty, this area has been declared Natural Area of Special Interest.
Camino de s´estany.
Cami Vell de La Mola: 3000 meters. Although this route has been asphalted, it is very advisable to be covered by bicycle because it passes between quiet field areas with characteristic vegetation of the island, which allows you to have a good series of views of Molí d'en Tauet.
Cami de Porto-Salé: 200 meters. An alternative to the main road if you want to go from Sant Francesc to Porto-Salé.
Cami de Porto-Salé de Dalt: 2500 meters. Asphalted. Wonderful views in all directions. This route passes through Es Molins de Sa Mirada.
Cami de S'Estany Des Peix: 800 meters. Wonderful views over La Savina harbour. This route skirts S'Estany area, which has been declared Natural Area of Special Interest.
Cami D'es Arenals: 1000 meters. This is a fork that leads you from the main road to Es Arenals beach, one of the best beaches of Formentera, passing through a splendid area of pine forests and dunes.
Cami de Sa Talaiassa: 2000 meters. The last stretch of this route must be covered on foot and is the highest point of the island. The route passes by a beautiful farming area, between stone walls and typical houses.
Cami de Cala Sahona: 2500 meters long across the most rural area in Formentera. It is advisable to go by bicycle. The great advantage of this route is that you will reduce the existing main road distance between Sant Francesc and Cala Sahona to half of its length.
Routes to cover on foot:
Cami Den Parra: 3200 meters. This route covers one of the best preserved popular architecture area of Formentera. You will pass between dry stone walls and typical houses. Splendid view of La Mola and Migjorn.
Cami D'Es Cap: 2300 meters. Rural area with great views over Cala Sahona, Sant Francesc and La Mola.
Cami de Sa Pedrera: 1200 meters. This route leads you to a rugged coastline with views of Sa Torre De Sa Gavina and magnificent views of Es Vedrá and Eivissa.
vistas desde Punta Pedrera.
Cami Del Ram: 1300 meters. Located at the forest area of Sa Pujada de La Mola, this route leads you to the coast. It is very peculiar since you will be able to admire typical huts and fishermen dry docks.
Cami de Sa Cala: 2000 meters. You will enjoy an overwhelming view of the whole island of Formentera at the end of this route that crosses the farming area.
Cami Roma: 1500 meters. It drives you to La Mola skirting cliffs and going into the forest. You will enjoy amazing views. This route is the old path used to go up to La Mola. Due to the existing paving remains, it has received the name of Camí Romà.
Cami de Can Simonet: 1800 meters. This is a walk on foot that leads us to one of the loneliest spots of the wide beach of Migjorn.
Cami D'Es Torrent Fondo: 2500 meters. This route covers part of La Mola plateau. It is a very characteristic area of the country in Formentera and will lead you to the south coastline of the island.
Cami De's Monestir: 2300 meters. This route have similar conditions to the previous one. In fact, they are linked with each other, except for the road you will have to cross. Compared to Camí D'Es Torrent Fondo, Camí D'Es Monestir faces North, and not South. It is advisable to cover it on foot.