Cala en Baster
Cala en Baster isn’t your archetypal Balearic holiday beach. You won’t find sun loungers, beach bars or even expanses of golden sand. But what this little cove may lack in this department it makes up for by being an interesting and picturesque spot to spend some time.
Set in a horseshoe-shaped bay the rugged ochre cliffs contrast with the clear turquoise waters. This is a place to explore and among the cliffs are a few little caves along with old boats and a slipway which serve to remind what life was like here before tourism.
The water is inviting and there is plenty of sea life to spot amongst the rocks if you go snorkelling.
With its remote location and unique charms Cala en Baster is largely overlooked by most visitors to Formentera. Chances are you will have the beach to yourselves.
Sant Francesc de Formentera
- Diving & snorkelling
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