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All reviews great beach wooden walkway worth a visit long sandy beach bars and restaurants clear water bus stop easy access small beach blue bar beautiful island gecko beach club lovely swimming access points can walk for miles parts seaweed
Migjorn is a long stretch of beach with areas of rock and beach. During less crowded times of the year you may be able to find a private spot! Lots of great restaurants you can walk to from the beach and enjoy lunch while looking...More
Our hotel The Gecko Beach club Hotel is situated on this beach with direct access. Can’t recommend it highly enough, both the hotel and the beach as it’s quiet in September. Unlike Illetes which is very very busy!
Very calm beach with some beautiful clear waters
Lovely snorkeling areas
Nice restaurants with decent pricing
Quite rocky so not always suitable for kids
Not as stunning as ses illetes
Beaches are truly spectacular. I would recommend renting a moped for two (120 euro/week) and travel around the island avoiding staying all the time in a swimming pool. Visit the island (Es Pujols, Ses Illetes, Cala Saona, Cap Barbaria, Pirata Bus at sunset).
Playa de Migjorn - capped our Formentera Day Beach Hopping Trip. It’s the longest at 6 km of soft sand or flat rock. What i really loved about this pretty spot? It’s very quiet and accommodating space, not overcrowded at all. And the turquoise view...More
Not many shops but take things with you. It gets busy. Loved the clothes optional bathing, first time we had done it and no one looked, it felt so free. Loved it and want to go back, but touring Europe so moving on.
It’s a very Long Beach, but look hard if you want to avoid crowded stretches. That means steer away from the boardwalk areas and especially areas very near the resorts. Aim for from around Vogamari to maybe 200 m east of 10.7. Far less crowded,...More
Ban49 again. Sorry I didn't read what beach you were referring to properly and my previous information was therefore incorrect. I thought you were referring to a Gran Canaria beach we had visited! so the bit... More
Ban49 again. Sorry I didn't read what beach you were referring to properly and my previous information was therefore incorrect. I thought you were referring to a Gran Canaria beach we had visited! so the bit about the sand dunes was complete nonsense.
Anyway really the same applies about nudity on the Playa de Migjorn beach. It is practised all along the beach. As far as I can remember there are not that many sunbeds on the beach; we never used them.
Hope this helps.