In the elegant dining room, a substantial breakfast buffet is served every morning, but guests can also breakfast in the cafeteria or on the covered terrace – and all these rooms are accessible to non-residents too. On weekdays, a three-course lunch menu is on offer, but you can also order à la carte. The restaurants are particularly popular in the evening. If you would like to get an overview of the excellent cuisine at Es Marès, you are recommended to try the eight-course tasting menu. The young head chef José Verdera comes from the Island and trained at one of the best Spanish cooking schools and completed his apprenticeship at accredited restaurants on the mainland.
The hotel’s secluded garden has a swimming pool. A well-equipped spa area, which is also open to the public, is housed in the basement. Here, you will find a sauna, a chromotherapy cabin, sensory showers, heated relaxation loungers and a revitalising pool. Two special cabins are also set aside for massages and beauty treatments.
As the bicycle is the traditional mode of transport on Formentera, the hotel provides its guests with mountain bikes as a special service. Guests who arrive by car can park in the hotel’s underground car park.
All this speaks for itself. But what is really special about this hotel is the personal touch. You have the feeling that this family concern is run with enthusiasm, commitment and love. A real asset for Formentera.