This tranquil spot offers beautiful views and a laid-back atmosphere. And the food’s pretty special, too.
This family-run hotel was one of the first on the island, and it’s got old Spanish charm, from a whitewashed façade to shaded courtyards. On the dining front, there’s à la carte dining every night.
The hotel lies on the edge of a natural salt-lake beach. While it feels like a secluded spot, the shops and bars of La Savina port are just a 5-minute walk away.
Based on 276 reviews
- Official Rating
Small & Friendly
Holidays with an authentic feel
- Often family-run
- Great settings, usually by the sea
- Everything from 2T to 4T
- Traditional properties
Food & Drink
Bed and Breakfast
|Dining options||Breakfast||Lunch||Evening meal||Drinks||Snacks, Icecream|
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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La Savina Restaurant*
Set on a tiled terrace, facing the harbour, this is a great place to dine when the sun is setting and the boats are coming in.
Beautifully decorated bar, with a country feel to it, light coloured wicker chairs and marble topped tables. It's a friendly and well-stocked bar, also with great beach views.
Just 200m away.
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Perfect place to chill out!
Just got back from a week at La Savina - couldn't recommend it enough as a perfect base from which to explore the island. The food was top notch with a wide range of dishes on offer on the half board basis. The hotel doesn't have a pool but you don't need one as you are right on the sandy beach with its own shallow lagoon. The rooms and communal areas were well appointed, pretty and very clean. The cocktails were tasty and the staff were always friendly and eager to help you plan your day. I'd recommend the green bus route from the port bus stop and a trip over to Las Illetes beaches then Espalmador on the boat as a must do. The beaches are truly spectacular. A haven of tranquillity. We will be back! Thank you La Savina!More
a perfect oasis
stayed here 28th june 2014 for 1 week our hotel room was a part sea veiw on a bed breakfast basis breakfast i thought was not that good for a big chap like myself but enough rooms were very nice if i had to be picky alittle small but ok for a 2* hostal meals you could have in the hostal were quite nice . The position on the beach is just grand every day on our beds for 5hrs beautiful resort is expensive but all part of the holiday took a trip over to ibiza . and bus service is very good cheap taxis so getting around is good you don,t have to drive i would hate too be disabled or wheelchair bound in formentera there is no provision there thought it was the law or maybe its just ukMore
colin s, Manchester, United Kingdom
Still good value
We stayed at this hostal c. 12 years ago and have just repeated the experience. The hotel remains a good deal - rooms are not huge but well maintained, clean and excellent showers. Restaurant is excellent - B&B customers get to eat off the half board menu if they wish. Typical price for 2 with wine, water and beer was 50 euros for 2 courses - pretty good given the excellent location overlooking the (small) harbour. Formentera itself has clearly been discovered during our 12 year absence - much, much busier with day trippers renting scooters, cars etc and all going up to the beaches. But you can still rent a bike for 6 euros per day and go off and find a relatively quiet beach. So remains good value overall but nothing like as quiet ...More
743Pip, Aldbourne, United Kingdom
We kept pinching ourselves
We have just returned from a fabulous week chilling at La Savina Hostel in Formentera. We first visited the hostel in the late eighties, two years running and were taken with the location. We finally got round to returning this year. Having heard that prices on the island had risen somewhat since we were last there, we opted for the half board package. We headed off a couple of weeks ago (late June) with some of the negated reviews still ringing in our ears but confident that the location could not be bettered for what we wanted. We went on a Thomson's package and didn't manage to get a sea view room, I think these are only available if you book direct, so our room was over the street, but unlike other reviewers we weren't disturbed by noise at night even though we slept with the patio door open to avoid using the noisy air con. We even had a bonus in that when sitting on the end of the bed, we had a clear sight line to the walls of Ibiza old town! Albeit on a clear day with a pair of binoculars. Each night the beds were turned down and sweets left on the pillows but it is only a hostel! During the course of the week, we worked our way through the varied menu and despite some reviewers negative comments, we could not fault the food and certainly weren't expecting three full courses and a glass of very presentable wine each night! The added bonus was that it was all waiter or waitress service unlike larger hotels. Miguel ran a very friendly and efficient team. We kept pinching ourselves to remind us that it was only a two star hostel! Drinks from the bar could be taken in the lounge over looking the tranquil lagoon, or on the beach, again with waiter service but it is only a two star hostel!! Juan served some of the largest G&T's I have ever seen in Spain. On the beach there were sun loungers, double four poster beds and bean bags but remember it is only two star!! For us, the only downside was that one week was not enough. We have already looked at going back next year for two weeks but two things are preventing this; Firstly the prices for next year have rocketed and secondly, it's already booked. We will however be returning to the island. One final tip for first time visitors - don't bother with Illetas beach, it is far too popular and over crowded. When towels were laid down overlapping ours, we knew it was time to head back to the peace and quiet of La Savina.More
we had it wrong
the small hotel was loverly very clean staff great we were half board mistake,a good choice from the starters for vegetarians but main meals 1 choice,i sent a fish dish back not cooked,the only choice of steak was rump but very nice, the so called entertainment was a disgrace they seemed to have a following of hippies.if we went back i would go B/B for one week,two weeks is to long as there is no much to doMore
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As onward travel to Formentera is by daytime fast ferry, this hotel is only available to book on day flights that land into Ibiza by 13.00 local time, or flights departing Ibiza after 10.00 local time. Please be aware that the ferry is not at all suitable for wheelchair users. The ferry is only included in the price of your holiday if you are booking a holiday package.
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