Main House (4 bedrooms)
Master bedroom with super king size bed and en suite bathroom
Double bedroom with en suite bathroom and sliding doors to the garden
Double bedroom with emperor size bed with shared bathroom
Twin bedroom with bunk bed with shared bathroom
Kitchen with new appliances and American style fridge/freezer and stone breakfast bar
Sitting room with open fireplace and sliding doors onto terrace
Indoor dining room with seating for 8-10 and doors onto terrace
Laundry room with washer/dryer
Casita (1 bedroom)
Double bedroom with super king size bed and bathroom
Outdoor kitchenette with coffee machine and fridge
Swimming pool (infinity 10m x 5m)
Poolside fridge and sink
Sunbeds with cushions and kikoys and a large daybed
Outdoor dining area
Trampoline set into the ground
Underfloor heating throughout
White Company linen
All bathrooms have monsoon showerheads and double sinks
DVD player and DVDs
Speakers in the sitting room with Sonos and Apple Music
American-style fridge/freezer with ice maker and waterdispenser
Baby cot available – please give advance notice
Ibizan shower products
Filtered water in the house
Eco house run on solar and windturbines with a back up generator
Rainwater is harvested and re-used
Ancient olive groves, orange, apricot and tangerine groves, lavender path
There is a 6m tipi in the garden – not suitable for full time accomodation
Horse riding and trekking can be arranged
Maid service (cleaning and linen change once weekly- more can be arranged at additional cost)
Shopping can be done for you at an additional cost
A chef can be arranged on request, at an additional cost
Finca 15 is in the north of the island of Ibiza, near San Joan – just 7 mins by car. Santa Eularia is 20 mins drive.
The house is a mile from the main road in a very peaceful and beautiful valley.
It is within a few minutes’ drive of two of Ibiza’s most beautiful and exclusive beaches: Cala d’en Serra and Xuclar.
Ibiza Town is 40 mins away.
Fly to Ibiza from most main and regional airports. The house is a 40 minute drive. Ryan Air now fly direct to Ibiza all year round
Car hire essential and a 4×4 is recommended due to the long track to the house
San Joan is a seven minute drive away and has a newsagency, supermarket, fishmonger, chemist as well as various restaurants and bars including the traditional Vista Allegre and well-known Giri with spa. On Sundays the village becomes the epi-centre of this part of the island when it hosts the very popular weekly market. The shopping is eclectic with beautiful handmade clothes, fresh, organic vegetables and henna tattoos.
Ibiza has long been the coolest of the Balearic islands and, in recent years, has become a mecca for the rich and famous and its restaurants have evolved to follow suit. During the day drive to the south of the island to the Jockey Club on Playa de ses Salinas which has a fabulous open air restaurant set on a magnificent white sand beach. At high season the music is pretty loud and very busy as the the clubbers turn up after lunch. The beautiful and famous just love it here.
For fabulous fish and paella head to Es Cubells for Es Torrents which is a lovely simple restaurant on a small stony/sandy beach with palm umbrellas. For evening dining head to El Olivio in Ibiza Town which is a splendid and classic terraced restaurant inside the castle walls of the old Ibizan town. The Hotel Les Terrasses is a totally divine chic hotel run by two Bohemian French women and well worth a trip. There are several good restaurants in Santa Eularia – mainly around the port.
Every Sunday evening during the summer months a bizarre cast of characters gather to dance at Benirras Beach – they juggle and smoke as the sun sets into the sea and drummers pound away on every side – an authentic hippie experience and unmissable.
There is so much to do in Ibiza, an island with this much crazy history never disappoints!
At the end of a track and away from the noise and bustle of the island, you will find this delightful old finca. Recently updated by the English owners in conjunction with a renowned Ibizan eco-architect, the house is now an oasis of contemporary loveliness.
Finca 15 (so named as it was the 15th Finca in the area) has retained its wonderful original features such as beams, limed walls and stone floors but its finish is immaculate rustic-modern. Beautiful pieces of wooden furniture sit alongside modern lighting, brightly coloured coverings and cushions sit atop clean, white linen covers. The glorious kitchen is wood and smooth steel and incredibly well-equipped (great for cooking in!). The beautifully-crafted wooden doors are reminiscent of the original, simple 300 year old finca whilst the Ibiza stone floors and white walls remind you that you’re in the achingly cool north of this wonderful island. Bedrooms ooze comfort with big, deep pillows, crisp white sheets and en suite bathrooms boast delicious Ibizan shower products.
Internally the house could not be more perfect – but wait until you venture outside. Just below the beautiful terrace that surrounds the house and looking across the hillside the pool area is also just about as good as you can get. A huge midnight blue pool begs to be swum in day and night, with views down across the valley. The pool is surrounded by lots of grass and the garden is certainly big enough to get lost in. Enjoy reading your book in the tipi or sitting in the shade of any one of the multitude of trees – the choice is fabulous: lemon and orange and, of course, almond trees with their spell binding blossom. There is also a lavender garden, a vegetable garden and a sunken trampoline for the children.
The owners were very keen to keep the green credentials high on their list of priorities, there are both solar and wind generators (with oil as a back up) keeping the house warm in winter and cool in the summer. The rain water is harvested for use in the house and garden.
This is Ibiza at its most peaceful and beautiful down a long scenic drive yet only seven minutes from the buzzy little town of St Joan with all its cafes and bars.
After the forest fire of 2011 the land is now recovering and is full of wild flowers, fig trees and pine trees.