Finca Nature boasts an impressive spacious kitchen and dining area with views across the local working farms. There is a huge pantry and double fridge and the dining area can easily cater for 10 guests. The living room can be cosy or cool but either way creates a genuine feeling of ease and home, along with an open fireplace and underfloor heating meaning the villa is as much fun to stay in offseason as well as during the peak summer months. There is air conditioning in all of the bedrooms. Common areas are very open, airy and fresh, but without air con.
There are 6 double bedrooms with en suite bathrooms, each with its own charm and style. The master suite and three double bedrooms are located in the main house with a further 2 additional double bedrooms with their own separate accesses in the guest house.
Bedroom 1: Master suite with king size bed and en suite bathroom with shower
Bedroom 2: 160-200 size bed and en suite bathroom with shower
Bedroom 3:160-200 size bed and en suite bathroom with shower
Bedroom 4: 2 beds ( 180-200 plus 140-200 size) and en suite bathroom with shower
Bedroom 5: 160-200 size bed and en suite bathroom with shower and independent entrance
Bedroom 6: 160-200 size bed and en suite bathroom, bathtub with shower, independent entrance and private courtyard
Driving through the stylish wooden entrance gates, guests cannot help but feel an overwhelming sense of calmness and tranquillity. Thousands of square meters of red soil, olive trees, and natural forest surround the finca, which is approached via stone stairways and original stone terraces. The large saltwater pool is surrounded on one side by decking and loungers, and on the other side by gently sloping open land. There are also numerous chill-out areas hidden around the finca plus a shaded outdoor dining area to the rear of the house. This place really is the perfect place to get away from the chaos and hustle and bustle of today’s modern life.
LOCATION – NORTHEAST
Recommended Beaches: Cala Llenya, Cala Olivera, Cala Martina, Cala Nova, S’Estanyol
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, with a complete ban on nightclubs and late-night hostelries, 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 northernmost town in Ibiza, Portinatx, 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.