Floating off the south coast of Ibiza, this little island keeps a low profile. Ibiza might be the headline act, but Formentera certainly holds its own, lining up Caribbean-like beaches, unspoilt seafronts and A-list credentials. And, thanks to rules and regulations, the island has managed to keep its traditional charm. You won’t find any beachfront high-rises here, but you can expect rustic tavernas, open-air cafés and lantern-lit bars. Find out how to get there, plus our top tips on what to do once you’ve arrived. Located at its highest point, the picturesque village of Pilar de la Mola overlooks the vineyards and surrounding countryside. A little away from the villagers’ houses you reach Villa Sebastian by a winding road, zigzagging between Aleppo’s pines and centenarian olive trees.