This rural area on the island of Formentera is the perfect retreat. The countryside views, the vineyards, and the vicinity of the beach, just a 10-minute drive away, promise a carefree and unforgettable stay.
The interior of the villa radiates warmth and serenity. The natural materials and colors add to the Mediterranean countryside charm. The villa has three levels, with one bedroom on the ground floor, three on the first floor, and one in the loft. All rooms except the loft room offer ensuite bathrooms with a shower or bathtub. The loft room has easy access to the first-floor bathroom.
The living and dining area has large windows with outdoor lounge access. The kitchen offers everything you need, although you don’t have to cook if you prefer discovering flavorful dishes prepared by your private chef. Guests can enjoy a complimentary continental breakfast each morning.
Outdoor living is self-evident here, and the garden design has your comfort in mind. Choose between four unique porches, and enjoy a perfect sunset view, a warm morning sun, or a cool afternoon shade.
The island lends itself to exciting excursions. Let the experienced staff set up an unforgettable boat tour for you or any other day trip or activity. You can also count on them for other services, whether arranging an in-villa beauty treatment or babysitting service.
About the area
The smallest of Spain’s Balearic Islands, Formentera is Ibiza’s little sister. Its crystal clear waters and long stretches of white sand beach lined with pine trees are great places to relax in boho-chic surroundings. Laid Back charm, quaint village life, and a hippie vibe make Formentera a great secluded destination.
Formentera’s restaurant scene is a gastronomical delight, with many excellent restaurants offering primarily Mediterranean and Italian cuisine. Juan y Andrea at picture-perfect Platja de ses Illetes is a local institution and well worth a visit for lunch. Franceschino Manzoli is the Italian owner and chef at Can Carlos which has tasty food utilising plenty of locally grown ingredients. You can find good dining spots all across the 12-mile-long island, from the traditional tapas at Codice Luna at La Mola right on the very eastern tip, to sushi at the Beach Club 10.7 on Platja Migjorn. The streets of Sant Francesc, the main hub, also has a plethora of options and quirky spots to enjoy.