AFFILIATE PORTFOLIO BEACH
This beautiful private villa, perched within the hills of Es Cubells, features four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a spacious floorplan, a long, tree-lined driveway, and sweeping views of the countryside and the Mediterranean Sea below.
The design is contemporary, with whitewashed stone and an impressive rounded tower with separate bedroom opening to its own terrace. The living space and master bedroom both open onto a large patio with a sparkling pool and multiple seating areas. While another terrace, on the roof, offers a secluded spot to relax and enjoy more expansive views of the valley below.
The home’s décor is elegant and comfortable, with neutral hues dotted with pops of jewel-toned color, lush bedding, and luxurious touches that make it feel like home. There are cozy spots for reading and relaxing, as well as room to spread out. And best of all, while it’s nestled within the quiet, lush landscape of the hillside, it’s just a short walk away to the nearby village and the beautiful Cala des Cubells beach.
Best known for its nightlife and glamorous summer party scene, beautiful Ibiza is also home to quiet villages full of traditional white, Mediterranean-style architecture, secluded beaches and coves set against clear turquoise water, acres of citrus and olive groves, and thousands of years of history and culture.
Whether you’re looking to relax and unwind with beach time and gentle sea breezes, explore the island’s scenic landscape and historic sites, or stay up all night dancing at the famed clubs of Playa d’en Bossa, Spain’s magnificent White Isle offers something for everyone.
For incredible snorkeling in deep clear water, visit the narrow rocky beach of Cala des Cubells, located at the end of a steep road below the village of Es Cubells. Or for a relaxing day of swimming and sunbathing, try the light sand shore and turquoise waters of Cala d’Hort.
Take a guided tour through picturesque Ibiza Town to visit some of the places only the locals know about, enjoy the best of Ibiza’s famed cuisine and cocktails, and learn about the rich history and culture that has shaped the island.
Tour the actual resting place and view the beautifully preserved and restored pottery, statues, and other belongings of some of Ibiza’s first inhabitants at this unique museum built upon the archaeological site of a Phoenican necropolis.
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“Partying isn’t Ibiza’s only pastime. Pine-clad hills conceal quaint villages, secluded coves hide family-friendly beaches, eateries tempt with traditional Balearic foods and vendors hawk everything from leather goods to olive oils in the local markets. Ibiza is everything you think it is – and so much more.” – U.S. News & World Reports