Boutique Art Hotel
Teranka is a boutique luxury art hotel, set on a protected, beachside estate, on the magical island of Formentera.
A culinary destination, the hotel is home to Vert Mer for all day contemporary Mediterranean dining by acclaimed chefs. Nobu Formentera on the hotel’s rooftop brings Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s signature dishes to the island accompanied with spectacular views to La Mola, the highest point of Formentera, as well as Playa Migjorn and the turquoise sea.
Inspired by the notion of 'Terre d'Ancrage', Teranka anchors you to the eternal rhythms of nature. Sitting between the canopy of green pines and the azure seas, it instils a feeling of calm wellbeing and belonging.
The Place To Be
Teranka, a name that blends French and Japanese to express the intense emotion of ‘Terre d’Ancrage’, a place to feel the pleasure of being in a safe harbour, where you can fully live and be enchanted by Formentera. At Teranka you have found your place.
From the moment you enter Teranka, you are greeted by the sculpture ‘Irma’s Dream’, that invites guests to pause, take a seat in the shade of the ancient olive tree, be calmed by the sounds of the fountain, and begin to be immersed in a richly authentic Formentera experience that embraces the island’s laidback style and celebrates its protected, natural landscape.
With spectacular views of magical sunsets, the pine forests, the crystalline waters and inspirational art, every room is a light-flooded oasis of contemporary comfort, their restful hues capturing the essence of Formentera, embracing its emotions and its spirit.
Celebrating life with food and sharing memorable moments with others is an essential element of Teranka, and we are proud to offer two exquisite dining concepts: Vert Mer, a fusion of Spanish and French Mediterranean cuisine, and a sophisticated rooftop pop-up, Nobu Formentera.
Founded by a French art lover, Teranka will dedicate its walls and its sculpture park to contemporary art, sharing with guests, visitors and all art lovers, a private art collection, together with annual exhibitions and talks curated by the art lawyer and art historian Dalila Amor.