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Other villages of Formentera

Other sleepy little villages of Formentera.

Es Caló

A little fishing village on the northern coast of the island with a small, beautiful horseshoe-shaped harbour. In Roman times this was the most important harbour on the island as it had natural protection. From here a Roman cobbled street ran all the way up to La Mola and you can still see evidence of it today.

Pilar de la MOla

This little village on the eastern end of the island is a sleepy little world all in itself. During the summer months it briefly comes alive when there is a local craft market held on Sunday afternoon where the local craftsmen ply their trade.

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