In addition to its protection of the Posidonia meadows, Formentera has a policy of sustainable tourism and allows a strictly limited number of cars on the island, however, Teranka has its own vehicles for guest transfers.
Since water is a precious resource, Teranka also has its own world-class water filtration system, which means that all used water is filtered and reused for irrigation. The hotel also avoids where possible single-use plastics and endeavours to use sustainable and reusable materials.
Walking and cycling are the more sustainable ways to explore this relatively flat island. There are 32 ‘green routes’ of rural paths and tracks that criss-cross the island, taking you through picturesque villages and verdant vineyards. Alternatively cycle around the island’s four historic watchtowers, or explore its highest point, the Pla de La Mola, on the way discovering hidden coves and Formentera’s emblematic lighthouses. Bikes, electric bikes, and scooters can be hired from specialists across the island.