Can Sol Ibiza | 2,450 – 6,000 Euros p/week Perched…
€2,500 Euros per week (From)
07820 Sant Antoni de Portmany, Balearic Islands, Spain
€5,000 Euros (From) Per Week
Villa Kyoto…a stunning addition to the collection for this season and a hugely impressive villa. Enter and be transported to a Japanese inspired aesthetic, filled with eye vibrant artwork and finished to an impeccable standard.
This ultra-modern villa is situated in a prime location, moments away from the village of San Agustín and the sunset beaches of Cala Bassa and Cala Conta.
Inside it is minimalist by design with high quality fixtures and fittings with attention to detail throughout, outside has a fabulous pool and perfectly maintained gardens.
Set in a secluded area surrounded by the countryside, the property boasts a large private garden filled with tropical plants, lawn, huge pool, spacious terraces and al fresco dining can be enjoyed under the fantastic covered outdoor dining terrace.
Closing and Opening Parties: 8000 Euros per week
June and September: 12,000 Euros per week
July and August: 15,000 Euros per week
Rest of Year TBC Euros per week
• 5 Double bedrooms, with en-suite bathrooms
• Large open-plan salon (with satellite TV)
• Professional kitchen
• 2 dining areas (indoor and outdoor)
• Infinity pool
• Covered terraces
• Large areas to sunbathe (with sunbeds)
• Landscaped garden with chill out
• Space ideal for intimate gatherings, photo-shoots and corporate meetings
• Ample parking for both guests and visitors
• WIFI coverage throughout entire estate
• A/C, Sonos sound and alarm system
IBIZA TOWN (Ciutat d’Eivissa) is easily the most attractive settlement on the island. Colossal medieval walls guard the maze of cobbled streets of the UNESCO-listed old town quarter of Dalt Vila. The walls reach a dramatic climax at the main archway entrance, the imposing Portal de ses Taules. Just beyond is the elegant Plaça de Vila, which is lined with restaurants and cafés and makes a delightful setting for some tapas or a meal. It’s well worth the walk up the steep, winding streets to the cathedral, if only to enjoy the wonderful views out over the harbour. During summer nights, the whitewashed streets of the port area are packed with people darting between chic boutiques, street market stalls and hip bars. In winter, things are much more peaceful, and the focus of activity shifts to the area around the graceful boulevard Passeig de Vara de Rey.