Welcome to Ibiza Sanctuary, a beautiful 400 square meter mansion situated amongst pine forest and tree plantations, seemingly far away from it all, but surprisingly near everything Ibiza has to offer.
A huge lush garden, green fresh grass and stunning flowers. Carob and olive trees, plantations of fresh herbs like rosemary, mint and lavender, a Bonsai tree, a Japanese river, a fishpond. There are hammocks, relaxation and yoga & meditation areas including a meditation/chill out terrace and a yoga deck.
Wake up in this oasis, watching the gentle sun rays climbing up the mountains opposite the house while listening to the birdsong. Take a morning dip in the fresh saltwater pool, and have your coffee lazily on the terrace.
At night, enjoy the garden lit up by sparkling fairy lights with the magical sounds of crickets and frogs.
Around the house there's lemon, fig, cherry, avocado and orange trees that you are free to pick and enjoy as fresh as it gets. Ibiza Sanctuary is ideal for families as well as yoga/meditation retreats.
Ibiza Sanctuary's garden is like an enchanted fairy tale. Lush, green, large and wide, and still with a feeling of total protection. Endless fields of carob plantations and orange and lemon trees surround the garden to one side, and to another, a pine forest, cushioned with a mountain view.
The grass is always perfectly cut and moist green, and is a perfect place to have a picnic, play with the kids or do a yoga session. Each season flowers are blossoming, including the huge bougainvillea covering the house. There is a pond with gold fish and beautiful white hammocks hang between ancient olive trees.
The lower part of the garden has a Bonsai tree, a waterfall and a sacred fig tree.
At night, fairy lights sparkle and invite you to dream.
Ibiza is the island where the all night party-goers rub shoulders with the boho-cool hippies, and the hottest babe on the beach meets the DJ's, the rich and famous and even royalty. This little sister island south of Mallorca, also called the White Island, is a haven for all of the above in one tiny place. The world's most famous DJ's all spend the summer season touring the parties which makes the island a mecca for clubbers. At the same time, Ibiza's stunning and unchanged nature is a pure, clean and refreshing element, often forgotten by the masses who flock to the main beaches, clubs and restaurants.
Ibiza in winter has a modest population of around 130,000, the local language is Ibicenco (a dialect of Catalan) and the culture remains traditional with a charmingly slow pace. The landscape is covered in olive trees, orange, lemon and avocado plantations, pine-covered hills and of course the crystal clear, sparkling waters that surround the little island.