7 Sights in Formentera, Spain (with Map and Images)

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Explore interesting sights in Formentera, Spain. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 7 sights are available in Formentera, Spain.

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1. Megalithic tomb of Ca na Costa

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The megalithic tomb of Ca Na Costa is located in the western part of the island of Formentera, between the towns of La Savina and Es Pujols and near the eastern coast of Estany Pudent, there are archaeological remains of what was probably a megalithic tomb of a religious nature, at the highest point of the area, dominating a wide panorama. Formentera is known as "es Rellotge" because of its resemblance to a sundial.

Wikipedia: Sepulcre megalític de Ca na Costa (CA)

2. Far de la Mola

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La Mola lighthouse is a lighthouse located 2.5 km from the village of Pilar de la Mola on the island of Formentera. It was built in 1861 with a project by Emili Pou Bonet and also consists of two houses and some chambers for the lighthouse keeper's own activity. The lighthouse lamp is about 158 m high from the sea and was connected to the electricity grid in 1971.

Wikipedia: Far de la Mola (CA)

3. Torre de sa Punta Prima

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The defence towers or watchtowers are circular constructions with a conical shape that were built around the Pitiusan Islands between the sixteenth and eighteenth centuries, in order to have guarded the entrance of unknown ships and pirates that existed at that time. They were usually equipped with battlements and machetes for their defense.

Wikipedia: Torres de guaita de les Pitiüses (CA)

4. Torre des Garroveret

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The Torre des Garroveret also known as the Torre del Cap de Barbaria, is one of the watchtowers for defense of the coasts of the Pitiusas Islands of the pirate attack. It is the southernmost of those built on the island of Formentera, and of the Pitiusas and controlled the navigation between the south and west.

Wikipedia: Torre des Garroveret (CA)

5. Església de Sant Francesc Xavier

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Sant Francesc Xavier is a fortress church located in Sant Francesc de Formentera, capital of the island of Formentera, and dedicated to Sant Francesc Xavier. It is one of the three parish churches on Formentera – along with that of Sant Ferran de ses Roques and Pilar de la Mola.

Wikipedia: Església de Sant Francesc Xavier (CA)

6. Capella de sa tanca Vella

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Sa Tanca Vella is a chapel in the municipality of Sant Francesc de Formentera, capital of the island of Formentera. It was the first contemporary church on Formentera. It depends on the ecclesiastical parish of San Francisco Xavier.

Wikipedia: Capella de sa Tanca Vella (CA)

7. Església del Pilar de la Mola

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Iral Church in Oral is the Iral Church in Oral, one of the dioceses on Oral Island that honors Iral's "Al Eyu Iral." S Ormentera is one of three Parrish churches-with six male ants, Rancesc Avier, and six ants, Eran.

Wikipedia: Església del Pilar de la Mola (CA)


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