From 1 July to 31 August 2019 (both inclusive).
All motor vehicles coming on to the island and driving and parking on public roads.
Request your permission at www.formentera.eco.
Yes, residents must request authorisation for every vehicle they own though they are not subject to the vehicle restriction.
Drivers who already have a valid authorisation to park in blue zone parking spaces do not have to request authorisation, as their vehicles will be included in the default list of those authorised.
Petrol or diesel vehicles used by visitors and rental vehicles.
The following vehicle categories:
A maximum of 12,450 vehicles may be driven on the island.
Permits by vehicle category:
These vehicles are restricted due to the damage they do to local roads, especially unpaved ones (the local standard).
Caravans and motorhomes are not allowed because camping is prohibited on Formentera and the island lacks dedicated spaces for this activity.
To cover a portion of processing and tracking costs.
The fee is €1.00/day for cars and €0.50/day for motorcycles.
Drivers from outside the Balearics in petrol (gas) or diesel vehicles.
Individuals from outside the Balearics in hybrid vehicles will benefit from a 50% discount.
The following vehicles are exempt:
No, a 100% discount will be applied to electric vehicles.
Yes, but a 50% discount will be applied to hybrid vehicles.
No, the vehicle number plate will be used as a badge for tracking purposes.
By means of vehicle number plates.
Request a new authorisation for the extra days at www.formentera.eco.
Anyone with reservations for accommodation on the island or arrangements to travel to Formentera before the regulations came into force on 30 March may travel to the island with a vehicle even if permits are no longer available.
At the end of the application process, if permits are no longer available, drivers with existing reservations may make their request by providing a copy of the reservation and paying the corresponding fee.