Difficult to put into words is the incredible transformation that the current owners have carried out on this finca. A labyrinth of rooms and surprises abound, with myriad tiny little touches nodding to the past yet encompassing modern day needs and expectations.
The main entrance opens up onto a large parking area (this finca has comfortably hosted parties for hundreds of guests in the past), and the property itself is almost hidden from view, but as guests drop down they are greeted by seemingly nondescript entrances that open up onto a treasure trove of surprises, from the superb all encompassing living and dining areas, three fireplaces, and huge fully equipped kitchen, then following through the passageways that open up into all of the five double bedroom suites and bathrooms.
In summary there are five double bedrooms with king size beds and en suite bathrooms, plus the option for further incredible accommodation nearby if necessary.
The finca may be 500 years old in its roots, but the underfloor heating, and surround sound music system throughout the house confirm its 21st Century presence.
The land has spectacular open views to the hills around it. The land includes terraced gardens, fruit trees, permaculture vegetable garden, an animal farm, infinity swimming pool and much much more.
Beautiful terraced gardens abound, with multiple chill out areas, a working vineyard, fruit tree orchards, horse stables, farm animals, and a large Indian Tipi holding up to 20 people are just some of the options available to the lucky guests of this beautiful finca and its surroundings.
There is also an additional house located next door, available on request, with two double en suite bedrooms, a kitchen and a living room, should it be required.
Tourist License 2017006986
LOCATION – NORTH EAST
Recommended Beaches: Cala Xarraca, Cala Llenya, Cala Nova, Cala San Vicente, Portinatx
The north east is possibly the most family friendly region of the island. Santa Eulalia, the third largest town in Ibiza, remains the same safe family haven all year round, a superb theatre, amazing sports facilities, cinema, a blue-flag beach, and endless shops, restaurants and gyms. Very popular with British, Dutch and Germans, its main square contains pretty fountains running down from the Town Hall all the way down the seafront.
Moving out of town and north towards the picturesque little village San Carlos, one will find the famous Las Dalias Hippy Market with hundreds of stalls to wander around, and along the coastline untold beaches perfectly suited for families, such as Cala Martina, Cala Nova, and Cala Llenya, to name just a few.
From San Carlos take the back winding mountain road towards Cala San Vicente to catch the breath-taking scenery to your right as the sun rises above the pristine clear waters, and even feel free to shed your inhibitions on the nudist beaches along the way, such as Aguas Blancas.
Then it is another quick hop up to the northern most town in Ibiza, Portinax, and trying to choose from yet more tiny little coves to chill out on, before winding down again to the quaint little village of San Juan, where the demand for increasingly exclusive high end properties in the surrounding areas continues apace