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Tipic

Tipic, the historical club in Formentera, famous in the 70s and in the 80s to be a landmark for hippies and passengers of the area, after long years get back to its origins. Tipic opened its doors in 1971, celebrating with a Pink Floyd’s gig, as the band was on the island for the recording of the film “More”. The getting back to the old days goes towards the origins of the bar, a melt of balearic and island nature.
To reach TIPIC you need to get there at Ibiza airport and take the ferry from here to the island of Formentera.
From the port is only a few minutes by car and is located in the center of night life of Es Pujols.

Formentera is the smaller and more southerly island of the Pityusic Islands group (comprising Ibiza and Formentera, as well as various small islets), which belongs to the Balearic Islands autonomous community (Spain).
Since the 1960s, Formentera has been a popular destination for hippies. Formentera is renowned across Europe for many pristine white beaches and the fact that nude sunbathing is allowed on most of its beaches. The Canadian writer Patrick Roscoe was born on Formentera. Meanwhile,Joni Mitchell wrote her 1971 album Blue on the island while Bob Dylan once lived in the Cap de Barbaria lighthouse on the island. Author Matt Haig also writes about visiting the island often in his twenties in Reasons to Stay Alive. The opening track of the King Crimson album Islands, “Formentera Lady”, is named after the island.
Although metalled roads allow access to all parts of the island and cars are easily hired in the port, many people choose to rent mopeds or even bicycles due to the flat nature of most of the island and the availability of dedicated cycle tracks in many locations.
The island also has four Martello towers.
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