Do you have “the dream of Formentera”? The “anti-Ibiza” island wants more Portuguese tourists | Spain

“Formentera is not cheap.” Fixed point. “It can even be very expensive.” Bridge resettled. We can assure you that they are not common terms that are heard during the presentation of a tourist destination, particularly coming from official voices. But Formentera does not want, “really!”, “mass tourism” or based on “low cost”. It may even be relatively affordable, as Fernando Valmaseda, director of strategy and communication for tourism on the island, says at an event parallel to BTL, which is taking place these days at FIL in Parque das Nações — but “only in low season”.

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