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Spain, Ibiza

Spain, Ibiza

Cala Jondal Dream..

Villa, 6 Bedrooms, 5 Bathrooms, 12 persons, Pool, Garden, WiFi

An incredible 6 bedroom (5 bathroom) villa in a spectacular location with excellent sea views, close to Cala Jondal and well positioned for Ibiza town.

The villa is welllaid out for families and groups and is totally secluded with two pools (one heated), an outdoor kitchen,

several dining areas in addition to several chill out areas and a trampoline.

There are also 2 live in staff included.

Spain, Ibiza

Located On A Small Peninsula Between Two Beaches On The North East Coast Of Ibiza. At The End Of The Garden Leads To Steps Down To A Bathing Platform And The Ocean

Villa, 8 Bedrooms, 8 Bathrooms, 16 persons, Pool, Gym, Garden, WiFi

This superb newly refurbished luxury villa is front line with great views of the ocean and sunsets. A It is a 5 minutes walk to both beaches next to the villa.

The Villa refurbishment took over two years and the result has created one of the most desirable front line private villas on the island.

The renowned family Architects from Ibiza, Blakstad, have transformed the house and has recently featured in their book, Ibiza Blakstad houses.

The property consists of a main house and guest house linked by pergolas and a courtyard. All 8 bedrooms with en-suite have the same interior design/finishes.


The property consists of a main house and guest house linked by pergolas and courtyard.

– Swimming pool measuring 15m x 7m

– 8 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms all en-suite.(All bedrooms and bathrooms have the same interior design/finishes.)

Main House

– Kitchen/dining room with sub zero/wolf appliances ( 2 large sub zero fridge/freezers and a wolf cooker)

– Spacious TV sitting room on ground floor opening on to pool/garden.

– Additional upstairs sitting room with terrace and amazing sea views

– Study and side terrace

– Upstairs there is a large roof terrace with lounge seating

– Master bedroom, dressing room and en-suite bathroom

– Second bedroom with doors leading onto the pool area/garden

– 2 x further bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms

Guest House

– 4 x bedrooms all ensuite

– TV lounge area

– Gym

– Laundry room


Air Conditioning
Alarm system
All Rooms en suite
Baby Cot
Car Parking
Child friendly
Chill out area
Family Rooms
Games or Weights Room
High Chair
Home Cinema/DVD
IPod Base
Laundry Facilities
Outdoor dining area
Ping Pong Table
Safe Deposit Box
Satellite TV
Sound System
Swimming Pool
UK Sky

Spain, Ibiza

Modern Fully-Serviced Villa With Breathtaking Sea Views To Formentera And The Old Town

Villa, 6 Bedrooms, 6 Bathrooms, 12 persons, Pool, Garden, WiFi

Recently renovated and refurbished throughout, this exquisite villa is in one of the best locations on the island

The total of six stylish double bedrooms includes two master bedrooms on the main floor, both with en-suite bathrooms, sea views, air

conditioning and underfloor heating. One of these master bedrooms also has its own large lounge terrace and walk-in wardrobe.

The remaining four double bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms (one with a walk-in wardrobe) are located on the lower level – two have

sea views and all have air conditioning. All the bedrooms have Egyptian cotton sheets and towels.

On the main level, the doors to the large living area slide away, opening onto a terrace with dining facilities for 12 people and incredible

sea views. You will also find a fully-equipped kitchen featuring a 3-metre kitchen island, a comfortable sofa lounge area and a guest

cloakroom and WC. The lower level has a gym, large play/cinema room with 55-inch flat-screen TV and a guest cloakroom and WC.


The shaded poolside dining area has a gas BBQ and seats 12 people. Single sunbeds are available on the spacious terrace by the pool, and

in shaded areas. The cocktail terrace and dining area on the main level are ideal for relaxing with drinks at any time of day, especially

sunset and sunrise.

Two large lounge sofas in the living area by the open-plan kitchen. The sliding glass doors encourage the indoor kitchen and lounge

The secret Spain

Close your eyes and think of Spain.

What are the images that your mind suggests to you?

Bullfighting, flamenco, the elegant streets of Madrid, the long Rambla and the works of Gaudi in Barcelona, ​​full of the folklore atmosphere and allure Arabic Andalusia, the beaches of Ibiza and Formentera.

But Spain does not end here: not everyone knows that this land hides the surprising and mysterious natural landscapes that are worth a trip entirely dedicated to their discovery.
Lanzarote – Lanzarote is the easternmost island of the Canary Islands, and, despite being formed by a volcanic terrain that resembles the lunar landscape, life is the space within it so amazing.

You can see the effect touring the volcanoes of the Timanfaya National Park, visiting the Cave of Verdes – enclosing a surprise inside – or Charco de los Ciclos, a lagoon with surprising coloring.
Rio Tinto – This place was chosen by NASA and the European Space Agency as the scene of some experiments, because the mining area of ​​Rio Tinto – Huelva – somehow reminiscent of the planet Mars with its mysterious landscapes: a river, rocks reddish and little vegetation.

To know the area, it recommends a visit to the Mining Park of Riotinto, including a train ride and a visit to the mine.
Bardenas Reales – an unexpected view, because situated in the leafy Navarra. Not everyone knows that in the south-eastern part of this area extends 42,500 hectares with semi-desert formations, gorges and mountains that seem to come straight from a science fiction movie.

About the film, this Nature Park has been the location “Die Another Day” with Pierce Brosnan.
You can follow the signposted routes on foot, by bicycle, on horseback or in vehicles.
The Cave of Wonders – A name, a reason!
The Aracena cave stretches for more than 2 kilometers in length – of which 1.2 open to the public – where you can contemplate different types of stalactites, stalagmites and lava flows.

An underground landscape and forget the outside world, passing by the room of the Cathedral, the Crystal factory of God or the Bath of the Sultana, there will be illustrated and explained by a guide.
The cliffs of the Basque Country – traveling on the coast of the Basque Country, it is worth stopping in Zumaia, Deba and Mutriku.
The cliffs of this area are breathtaking, for their 50 million years of geological history that the action of the sea allows us to see.

Ideal admire them making a trek on the coast, or by participating in one of the sea excursions that are organized.
Las Médulas – Gold Mine discovered and exploited in Roman times, is today a World Heritage site and is definitely a place to visit and enjoy some of the play of light that creates the sunset on the rocks.

Recommended start your visit archaeological classroom, to then make a stop at the Belvedere of Orellán.
As Catedrais Beach – A walk by the sea in Galicia, between the arches of an imaginary stone cathedral.

A scenery worthy of the framework of a surrealist painter, restful and disturbing at the same time.
During July, August and September it can only be accessed by appointment, as well as during the Easter holidays – between March and April.
Caminito del Rey – At one time, this path of Malaga was considered the most dangerous in the world. Today you can travel with confidence, even if the sufferer will have to deal with vertigo.

But, unless your phobia is not really serious, this adventure is definitely worth living!