We recommend you consult the Half Marathon Rules 2020. You can download it HERE.

Date: October 10, 2020

Starting line: Far de la Mola at 5:30 pm
Finishing line: Paseo de la Marina (La Savina). 

Maximum arrival time: At 7 pm.

Maximum registration: 2,200 participants

Registration fee: €33 

Return policy: No refunds will be given for any reason.

Trajectory: Urban and interurban circuit, totally closed to traffic. The trajectory passes through the streets and roads listed below:

Altitude Itinerary Total Km.
165 Departure. La Mola Lighthouse, straight on, direction Mola Pilar by PM-820. 0
165 Pilar de la Mola. Straight on, direction Caló de Sant Agusti. 2.1
160 Pilar de la Mola. Exit town 2.7
150 Refreshment stop. 4
150 Mirador Restaurant. Descent begins 5
30 Caló de Sant Agustí. Descent ends 7.4
30 Caló de Sant Agustí. Exit town 7.7
20 Refreshment stop. Tramontana Apartments 10
15 Sant Ferran. Enter town, right turn onto Calle Guillem Montgrí, direction Es Pujols. 13.9
5 Refreshment stop. Exit town 14
5 Es Pujols. Enter town through Avenida Miramar, straight at roundabout, left turn onto Calle Espalmador. 15.6
5 Exit town, direction La Savina 16
3 Refreshment stop. 18.5
3 Platja de Ses Illetes, straight on, direction La Savina. 18.7
3 La Savina, turn right, direction Port. 20.4
2 Arrival Port of La Savina. Paseo de la Marina. 21.1

Refreshments: Water at km 4, 10, 14, 18.5 and at the finishing line. 

There is no food and beverage service at the La Mola Lighthouse race starting points. Participants should bring whatever they may need.

Minimum age: 18 years old on the day of the competition.

Collection of race numbers: 

Location: PORT DE LA SAVINA. Tent located in the Passeig de la Marina (near the finishing line), with the following schedule:

Friday 09/10/2020, any time from 10am to 9pm.

Saturday 10/10/2020 from 9am to 2:00pm.


An official identity document (ID card, passport, driving licence) and knowledge of your designated race number is essential for collection.

Participants who cannot collect their race number in person may authorise another person to collect it for them. The authorised person must bring a completed form, along with their ID and a photocopy of the participant’s ID. This form can be downloaded from the website or from the registration confirmation e-mail.

Transfer of Participants: A shuttle service to the starting line is available to participants, upon request when filling out the registration form. 

Alongside their race number, all participants will be given a ticket corresponding to the starting point as chosen on the registration form. To access the bus, the race number must be shown and this ticket must be provided, which must match the stop. 

Once the transfer point has been chosen on the registration form, any changes will have to be made upon collection of the race number in Formentera. Changes by phone or by e-mail will NOT be accepted.

Participant transfer points and times:

  • La Savina Parking Ferry Station at 2:00pm.
  • San Francisco Javier (Sa Sanieta – Eroski supermarket parking area) at 3:00pm.
  • Es Pujols (Calle Barcelona, next to roundabout dir. Sant Ferran), at 2:00pm.
  • Sant Ferran (opposite Illes Pitiuses Hostal), at 3:15pm.
  • Es Ca Marí intersection (Pm-820), at 3:15 p.m.
  • Es Caló (Wharf parking area), at 3:15pm.
  • Mariland intersection (to La Mola), at 3:30pm.

Return from the Finishing line to points of origin will begin at 7pm. Parking Ferry Station.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: For participants arriving from Ibiza on Saturday at noon, the shuttle will be provided at the Parking Ferry Station at 2:00pm. Before entering the bus you must collect your race number from the tent before 2:00pm, so please leave Ibiza with sufficient time. PASSENGERS WITHOUT THEIR TICKET AND RACE NUMBER WILL NOT BE ADMITTED.

Note: The organisation reserves the right to change schedules and collection points for technical reasons, in which case the final schedule will be communicated to participants during the collection of the race numbers.

Race Control: This will be carried out with a chip.

Participants who have a yellow chip may use it once they have coded with the organisation (enter the code in the registration form on the website). That must be placed on the shoe (shoe-laces/velcro adhesive), not more than 30 cm from the ground to ensure proper timekeeping. If the participant does not have a chip or it is incorrectly attached the race time cannot be properly recorded. 

Participants who do not own a chip must buy a one use chip when registering (€3), which will be provided to them when they collect their race number. 

Gifts: Each athlete will receive a memento of the event upon return of their race number and participants who finish the race will be entitled to a medal and diploma of participation that includes their time, which can be downloaded from the website, entering their race number from October 14.

Cloakroom service: At the starting area, there will be a cloakroom service available for bags to keep participating athletes’ belongings safe. Items can be collected at the finishing line with the participant’s race number. The bag must be closed and identified with the label that will be provided by the organisation, together with the number. Only one bag per participant is allowed with a maximum weight of 10 kg.

The cloakroom will remain open until fifteen minutes before the race. Participants are encouraged to attend the race only with the items that are strictly necessary.

The organisation is not responsible for any personal belongings left in the cloakroom.

Medical Services There will be a doctor providing medical services. All athletes with physical, respiratory, allergy, etc. issues requiring special attention will have to notify the Organisation before starting the competition and include it on the back of their race number.

All runners participating in the race do so under their own responsibility and declare that they have an acceptable physical condition to participate. The Organisation recommends that all runners undergo a medical and/or stress test before the start of the race.

Ambulance service: There will be an ambulance service at the starting line, tailing the race and at the finishing line.

Race insurance: All officially registered participants will be covered by an insurance policy arranged by the Organisation which will cover any accidents that may occur as a direct consequence of the race but never as the result of a latent ailment or condition, carelessness, negligence, failure to observe the law or the rules, etc. or those produced whilst travelling to or from the place where the race is to take place. 

The Organisation declines all responsibility for damages that participants may suffer or cause to others in the time subsequent to their participation in the race.

Race security: The Local Police of San Francesc, Civil Guard Subsector Traffic, Formentera Civil Protection and the Organisation are responsible for ensuring the safety of the race, the athletes will follow all instructions received from the staff responsible for race security.


– Trophy for the top 3 classified in each of the following categories “Overall Top Male”, “Overall Top Female”, “Overall Top Local Male”, “Overall Top Local Female” 

– Trophy for the winner of the other categories according to Article 3 of the regulation. 

In this edition trophies are not cumulative.

Award Ceremony: At the finishing line (La Savina), at approximately 6pm.

If the qualifying participants are NOT present at the Award Ceremony it shall be construed as a waiver of the trophies. Any delegation to another person by the qualifying participants must be made known and approved by the Organisation, at least half an hour before the Award Ceremony.

Services available to the participant at the finish line: WCs, changing rooms and showers are available at the finishing line in addition to physiotherapy and active recovery services.



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