The villa is set over three levels going down the hill through the mediterranean garden. On the first floor is a large fully equipped kitchen, a beautiful and spacious living room, 3 double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 guest WCs and a great terrace for outdoor dining and relaxing as the sun goes down.
The second level offers 2 double bedrooms, as well as a spacious living room with cable TV that can be turned into a further bedroom if necessary, along with 2 bathrooms, it´s own small kitchen and further terrace.
The third level with direct access straight out to the swimming pool offers a separate bungalow/casita with a double bedroom, kitchen and bathroom with WC. Next to the pool, there is a bar with an outside kitchen, barbecue and a spacious dining area.
This villa is perfect for groups or large families wishing to have their own space as well as enjoying each others company.
The plot is 2700 sqm rolling down the slopes and the owners have done a great job (both inside and out) to create that old school white washed Ibiza hippy chic feel, slap bang in the middle of the Mediterranean.
Winding stairs lead you down through the garden to the large swimming pool and surrounding terraced areas, with a great bar and kitchen area for entertaining, and at each stage or level, the views over the forests towards the sea are stunning.
LOCATION – SOUTHWEST
Recommended Beaches: Cala Jondal, Cala Conta, Cala Vadella ,Cala Moli, Cala Bassa, Sa Caleta, Cala Salada and Cala Saladita
The south-west of Ibiza, along with its jaw-dropping scenic backgrounds, is glamorous, brash and exclusive, and with more stylish beach club restaurants along its shores than possibly the rest of the Balearic islands put together, it is idolised by big-hitting jet setters and local residents alike.
To be experienced, at least once, is the sassy and shameless Blue Marlin beach club on Cala Jondal (with its sister restaurant Yemanja perched daintily on the sand beside. At the other end of the spectrum is the rapidly changing San Antonio (as the Brits Abroad pubs are replaced by investors snapping up and converting hotels and restaurants left, right, and beachfront centre).
The south-west manages to somehow successfully mix this side of its personality with the ultra-exclusive and uber-cool international residents tucked away in the hills of Es Cubells, and Puig Redo, and hidden behind the security barriers of the gated community Vista Alegre.
The focal point of the south-west and an absolute must-see is the mythical and magical volcanic outcrop Es Vedra, so seemingly close that you could almost touch it from the shingled shores of Cala d’Hort. There are many urban myths that surround it, such as it being the third most magnetic place on the planet after the North and South Poles, and there is no better place to contemplate these myths than from a table at Es Boldado, the superb fish restaurant built into the rocks across the bay.
The main town, and gateway to the south-west, is San Jose, a busy bustling town which hosts various rock and jazz festivals throughout the year and is also no more than a quarter of an hour away from the incredibly popular beaches such as Cala Vadella, Cala Salada, Cala Bassa and Cala Conta (with one of the longest standing beach restaurants, Sunset Ashram perched above).
San Jose and her surrounding areas are constantly in demand with property seekers due to the close proximity of all the beaches in the area, as well as the closeness to the airport and Ibiza Town. Consequently, the exclusive villas in the south-west are the most requested by high net worth holiday-goers in the summer months.