Minimalist design, maximum luxury

  • 7 bedrooms each with en-suites, dressing areas, safes and drink fridges
  • Sleeps 14
  • 4 suites have their own entrances
  • Car park for 4 cars + room for another 3
  • Fully enclosed garden with electric fence
  • Music system with iPod connection
  • Shaded terrace at the back
  • Sun terraces at the front
  • Internet connection
  • Air conditioning
  • Satellite TV & DVD
  • House alarm
  • Gym
  • Infinity pool over stunning coastal cliffs


Sitting on a North Ibicencan coastal clifftop, overlooking the Balearic Sea, this stunning modern villa offers some of the most breath-taking views on the island.

Wherever you choose to recline and relax; beside the Z-shaped infinity pool or on one of the secluded suite terraces, you can drift away with ocean panoramas before you.

Inside, high ceilings and stylish features make the most of the light and space in this property. The two master suites have sunken bathtubs and there is also a shower room with a spectacular view of the pool and sea stretching out to the distant horizon.


The nearest pharmacy and bank is in Sant Miguel – a small town slightly inland. Just 20 minutes inland is also the village of Santa Gertrudis, very well known for its wide range of cuisine and eclectic bars.





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San Miguel

Occupying a commanding position, the village and its fortress church, built between the 14th and 18th centuries, dominate the countryside all the way down to the coast atPuerto de San Miguel, which was once the fishing port of San Miguel and is now a popular small resort. These days the church is more of a landmark to the thousands of tourists who pass through here on route to the big hotel complexes. It's also the venue for high kicking displays of traditional folk dancing as practised by the local folk lore groups on Thursdays from 6pm in summer. Down in the village's main square there's a craft market on Thursdays too. Here, only products actually made in Ibiza are for sale, and these range from pottery, fresh produce like honey with the scent and taste of the island, bamboo carvings, water colour paintings and handmade sun catchers. The village has its fair share of little bars and restaurants, C'an Rei is a traditional restaurant with a range of tapas, while Es Bosc, a small finca with shady garden, serving tapas, meat and fish, is just outside the village on the road to Santa Gertrudis. Puerto San Miguel is worth a visit if only to gaze upon the magnificent mansion on theIlla des Bosc which overlooks the port and belongs to the proprietors of a chain of Dutch department stores. A Russian billionaire recently hired it and threw a private concert at which Julio Iglesias and The Gypsy Kings were booked to perform. However not that many roubles are required for a fabulous seafood lunch at Port Balansat, by repute one of Ibiza's best fish restaurants, which is just by the beach. The cave of Can Marça, a former smugglers' hideaway, is an interesting diversion from the port. It's well sign posted and is on the way to hippie heaven, Benirras beach, famous for its sunset drumming.


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