A stone’s throw from the beach
Nestled by the sea, in the small village of Sant Ferran de ses Roques, on the eastern side of the island of Formentera, Etosoto is a unique guesthouse, a concept for travelers in search of meaning.
Etosoto, opened in 2017 in a natural setting, is an idea shared by two French brothers, Grégory and Julien Labrousse, publishers of Regain magazine. Julien Labrousse is also an architect and runs the Sudio Combo agency. Elsa Kikoine, his partner is an interior designer. Together, for two years, they rehabilitated a traditional finca composed of three buildings, preserving its old soul. Etosoto takes its name from merging the words Eto, which means “out of time” and Soto, a Japanese word meaning “outside”. Etosoto is a place focused on well-being, mixing freedom, consciousness, and creativity.
Etosoto has 10 independent rooms with minimalist and bohemian furnishings. The rooms with whitewashed walls are decorated in soft shades of white, sand and blue, with simple and natural materials such as wood, bamboo, rattan, linen, traditional ceramics… Large doorways allow you to fully enjoy the surrounding nature and the magnificent panorama of the Mediterranean Sea. The bathrooms are furnished with natural products by Susanne Kaufmann.
The breakfast, designed in collaboration with the naturopath Céleste Candido, is made of healthy fruits from the organic vegetable garden, vegetable milk, and homemade granola. Numerous activities are offered to adults and children: film and music workshops, initiation to naturopathy, fasting, and hiking weeks, Slow Food cooking classes, and yoga classes. In addition to taking a dip in the turquoise bay, Etosoto has a swimming pool.
Etosoto is a place to recharge your batteries and enrich your life, where you can let yourself go and embrace the slow life.
We love Etosoto for:
Organic vegetable garden
Double room from 130 € per night during low season.