This absolutely beautiful 5 bedroom (sleeping 10) renovated and extended finca in an elevated position set in 12 acres of land and woodland with stunning sunset and mountain views.
Main House 4 bedrooms one with a balcony and 2 bathrooms, 1 with large shower and the other with small bath/shower.
There is a guest suite/ separate entrance with double bedroom and bathroom with bath/shower. All bedrooms have good quality bedding and goose down pillows
Large fully equipped kitchen/breakfast area with 5 burner Smeg stove, oven, microwave, professional coffee machine, blender, food processor and fridge freezer.
Large and airy lounge area with views across the mountains and sunset. Various UK sky tv channels, docking station, digital radio, CD player and separate speaker system, DVD player and xbox.Dinning room with chill out area and small library and large table and chairsUtility room with washing machine and an extra fridge/ freezerPrivate swimming pool leading to fenced and hedged patio areaHigh speed Internet.
Garden and large patio area has a BBQ, a chill out area, 3 separate eating areas with table and chairs. There is a children's tree house and a separate walled garden with orange, lemon, pomegranate, and fig trees surrounding the house and perfect for relaxing.
The house is positioned 1 km towards the village of San Joan from Ibiza and close to Benirras beach, Sacca and La Paloma restaurants.
The house includes a mid week clean and change of linen and towels at the end of each week.
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San Juan really is the last village in Ibiza. Arrive here and the only place left to go is the beach at Cala San Vicente, some kilometres down a steep, twisting road through pine clad hills. It's therefore probably the least affected by conventional tourism and visitors come here to step back in time to the days when the island was a quiet Spanish backwater. It's also hippie headquarters for those who have moved to the island to seek an alternative lifestyle embracing spiritual philosophy and a healthier way of life. As usual, the village is lorded over by the 18th century whitewashed church. Unusually the rest of the architecture is not all the traditional cubic, bleached white Ibicenco houses. There's an air almost of Atlantic Spain with stone built houses with sloping roofs on the outskirts of the village. The main street is a joy. Quiet, flower bedecked, wrought iron balconies and ancient wooden doors lead visitors up the cobbles and steps. Here and there the scent of garlic, the hiss of coffee machines and the chatter of clients in the bars. There's not a lot going on in San Juan, and that's its main attraction! Cala San vicente is worth a visit for its fine sandy beach and safe waters. The cave of Es Culleram, a shrine to the Goddess Tanit dating back 2400 years can be found on the way to the coast and the restaurant Can Gat by the beach is such a popular seafood eatery that local people drive miles to get there.
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