IB128 Can Furnet - 6 Bedrooms - Sleeps 12 - From €12500 PW


Architect designed stunning villa sitting high on the hill in Can Furnet with lovely views to the sea and Ibiza town.6 luxury bedrooms, 3 masters and 3 doubles, all ensuite. One master ensuite with large private terrace adjoins the dining area. Downstairs 4 more ensuite bedrooms [2 masters]. The 6th ensuite double is self-contained with its own kitchen/dining areaBathrooms: Seven luxury designer bathrooms. One of the master bedrooms has two bathrooms.Kitchen: The contemporary open-plan dine-in kitchen has 3 ovens, 2 fridges and luxurious breakfast bar seating 8, for a true chef table experience. Outside is a gazebo area for breakfast, overlooking the gardens and views.

Utility Room: Washing machine, tumble dryer, iron, ironing board.

Living Rooms: The open staircase leads down to the magnificent, light filled main living and dining area and dine-in kitchen. Large sliding windows open to the 6m infinity pool and sun deck. There is a guest WC and access to the 4-car garage, with Torque gym system.

Other: Ideally suited to adult groups or older families. The villa is fitted with a music system and there is also satellite TV with international channels in the main living area and all the bedrooms, as well as Wifi throughout.

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Ibiza town & Dalt Vila

Ibiza Town really is THE most fascinating part of the island, day or night. Here you will see, in glorious living colour, a concentration of all the attractions, biza Town, the largest city on the island, ticks the most outrageous number of boxes for those who really want to know and partake in some of the Worlds best – hotels, clubs, restaurants. You won’t be alone as it’s also a hotspot for  international celebrities. Whilst Ibiza Town doesn’t have its own beach – panic not, they’re just a leisurely ten minute stroll away! – Ibiza Town isn’t short on offerings, by day or night. Taking the best of the Mediterranean and mixing it effortlessly with chic, chilled and super club, for many it is the place to know. Dalt Vila  Wonderful panoramic views, a treasure trove of history, mystery and discoveries, spanning 2,500 years are all encapsulated in this UNESCO World Heritage site. ou're better off on foot, in sensible shoes, exploring the narrow, winding, steep cobbled streets and magnificent views from the breaks in the high ramparts and the vast terraces at each level (Dalt Vila actually means 'High Town'). The dramatic main entrance is up a slope, crossing a drawbridge through the Portal de Ses Taules, flanked by mighty statues in roman stone, entering into an ancient cobbled stone courtyard, giving immediately on to the Plaza de Vila or main square. The other entrance, Portal Nou (reached from behind the Plaza del Parque)  has a more gradual ascent. Take your time as there's so much fascinating detail. Traditionally black clad Ibicencos, untouched by time or change, go about their lives in the ancient, Gothic Catalan buildings overhanging the streets. Sturdy wooden doors ajar reveal spacious stone courtyards and private chapels. The gift shops and art galleries on the walk up to the cathedral are treasure troves of the unusual and unique works of talented local crafts people. There are many first class restaurants in Dalt Vila - La Oliva and Tentazione to name a few - "Candlelit dinners in a Medieval castle under the Mediterranean stars" - can you imagine anything more romantic?

The Battlements

Looking down from the battlements by the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Snows, their are some wonderful panoramic views. Look down on the red tiled cupolas of the 16th century church of Santo Domingo. From here you can also spot the statue of General Joaquin Vara de Rey, the Ibicenco hero of the Cuban War, standing proudly at the centre of the Main Square which bears his name. Here is also the archaeological museum with many collections from the Carthaginian era. The museum Museo Puig des Molins set in the Carthaginian burial grounds is to be recommended - Ibiza is home to one of the world's most impressive Roman museum collections, with artifacts on display which have been found exclusively on the island.

Hidden Treasures

A room which contained an exit to the outside of the old castle in Ibiza Town was discovered (2002) full of pottery, armaments & other objects used in everyday life in Ibiza from Phoenician times right up to the 13th Century. The room connected 2 towers of the castle during the Arab occupation of the island & would be used as a way for the population to retreat into the castle in times of attack. As a way of stopping the attackers following them, it was the custom to fill the room with earth to block securely the entrance from the outside. It is thought that when the castle was overrun by the invading knights from mainland Spain this room remained buried full of earth & was forgotten about until it was discovered just recently. This is the reason why all the objects that have been found are in such a good state & are really giving the archaeologists an insight into life in Ibiza at this time.


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