Hotel Rosamar Formentera is located on Levante Beach, in the area of ​​Sa Roqueta-Es Pujols. If you'd like to contact us, call us on +34 971 32 81 98 or send us an email to with your contact details and your booking request, including the number of adults and children and your ideal check-in and check-out dates. And of course, you can also fill in the contact form if you wish to make a comment or ask a question. We'll be happy to help you.

Hotel Rosamar Formentera, the best option for your holiday

Our hotel is located just 50 metres from Levante Beach. The beach of Illetes is also very close by.

The nearest town is Es Pujols, just one kilometre away. You'll find countless restaurants and bars there to savour the Mediterranean cuisine while marvelling at wonderful sea views and basking in the radiant summer sun. Afterwards, you can take a barefoot stroll along the shore while enjoying the gentle breeze. Also, if you like to go shopping, you'll find a whole host of stores and markets for everything you need.

And when night falls, get ready to soak up the party atmosphere. An array of terraces, beach bars, cocktail bars and clubs keep their doors open until dawn. Dance, enjoy and let your hair down. And the next day, sit back and relax at our hotel, the ideal place for chilling out in a laid-back and very welcoming atmosphere. Freshness, relaxation and beauty. All in one place, Hotel Rosamar Formentera, which is easily the best option for your well-deserved holiday.

Other areas you can visit are La Savina, where you'll find the port to catch the ferry over to Ibiza. The capital is San Francisco Javier, the epicentre of the island. You can also pop over to El Pilar de la Mola, a place brimming with history and culture, an Instagram-friendly lighthouse and an atmosphere full of crafts, tranquillity and simplicity.

The famous hippy town of Sant Ferran is also home to a wonderful church in the main square. Its craft markets, bars and nightlife give this inland town a truly unique character.

To explore one of the most important fishing villages and marvel at charming historical piers with handmade wooden rails, you can head over to Es Caló de Sant Agustí. This was once the island's secondary port (after La Savina) and was used by Augustinian monks years ago (as its name suggests). Here, you can savour locally-caught fish at the waterfront restaurants.

A whole host of places and activities to enjoy on this fantastic paradise island!