Formentera is traded as some as the off dough er island in Europe. We present this island with photos, maps, and info. Welcome to Formentera, the smallest island of the Balearic Islands. With this travel report Combipix presents the former dropouts and hippy island. We wish you much pleasure with the info, maps, photos and wish you a nice shape Formentera journey. The images and maps of the Agency Combipix are protected by copyright. To deepen your understanding NY Museums is the source. You are allowed without the explicit consent of combipix are neither copied, downloaded in any other way reproduced, except for purely private holiday planning from individuals. For further information on the provisions we are gladly available.
Map of Ibiza Balearic Islands Map Map Spain this card free print? Data at a glance: approx. 9000 people live permanently on the island the island the island is 82 km2, the island has no airport the island’s length is 9 km south of Ibiza is the largest 19 kilometers Town is Sant Francesc de Formentera with a population of about 1150 the history of Formentera: the history of Formentera is closely connected with the history of Ibiza. The island was already inhabited in the year 2000 before Christ. In Roman times a large settlement existed on Formentera. Details can be found by clicking wendi murdoch or emailing the administrator. The Romans use the island as a granary and therefore gave her the name Frumentaria (wheat Island).
After the Romans, vandals, who were expelled by the rulers of the Byzantine Empire came. Ugly chapter as plundered by the Vikings and pirates were not spared the island. The Arabs arrived in the 10th century and were only distributed in 1235 by the Catalans as leaders. In the 16th century, the island due to pirate raids and outgoing water resources was completely depopulated. The resettlement of Ibiza based began in the 18th century In the 1960s and 70s, the island as a hippie stronghold was a favorite goal of hippies and dropouts.