Villa | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6
Casa Cielo is a spacious, contemporary villa which has spectacular views of the sea, surrounding countryside and famous Ibiza sunsets.
The location is ideal, in a private cul-de-sac, just 2kms from the main Ibiza to St Antonio road making the entire island easily accessible. The villa is surrounded by pine forested hillside and is set in the centre of an 8,000m2 (2 acre) fully enclosed garden with remote controlled entrance gates. There are terraced beds with plants from around the world and two lawn areas. Paths lead through the pines and cacti to hammocks and a shaded dining area seating ten people.
The villa is built in Mediterranean style with the main living accommodation flowing effortlessly from the living room and open plan kitchen to the covered dining table on the main terrace which has a cushioned, chill-out cabana, barbeque/paella summer kitchen and outside bar. The main terrace leads to an infinity pool, surrounded by a wooden sundeck with sun loungers and a kingsize day bed and then on to the lawn and gardens. There are two roof terraces (care should be taken with young children); the top level has a shaded awning with spectacular 360 degree views of the sea and countryside – perfect for sunset cocktails.
Casa Cielo has a truly luxurious home from home appeal. The kitchen is part of the open-plan living and dining area and has a wide breakfast bar, double oven, five ring gas hob and a large American style fridge, freezer and dishwasher. The kitchen is very well equipped as in the winter this villa is a family home. The bar on the terrace has a sink, dishwasher and a fridge/freezer for drinks and ice. The sitting room has a comfortable corner sofa and TV with doors leading to the terrace and a huge picture window to make the most of the views. The inside dining room seats eight and has a paperback book exchange library in this part of the room.
The stunning master bedroom is on the ground floor and has a walk through dressing room, flat screen TV, sound system, iPod docking station, ceiling fan and extra king size bed. There is masses of space with a bath in the bedroom and an open shower/wet room with his and her basins; there is also a separate toilet with bidet. Sliding doors open onto the garden and pond. Upstairs there are two bedrooms each with an en-suite shower room and access to the roof terraces. Both of these bedrooms have ceiling fans and CD/radios. The front bedroom has spectacular sea and sunset views whilst the other bedroom has fabulous views of the garden.
There is a Refundable Breakage Deposit of £600 that needs to be paid with the balance, this will be refunded on return, subject to inspection.
Please note, the 2nd week half price offer is not applicable to this villa.
Please note that this property's availability is on request. We will contact you shortly after booking to confirm. We recommend booking your flights after the villa has been confirmed.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Air conditioning, TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 3 Family bathrooms|
The Ibiza region
Holiday Villas in Ibiza
The Balearic Island of Ibiza has developed a reputation as a party island in recent decades, but outside the cities of Ibiza Town or San Antonio, you will find a beautiful island with a relaxed and traditional way of life. There are miles of countryside to explore, and plenty of beaches that most visitors to the island don't even realise are there, and our villas in Ibiza are the perfect base from which to find all this for yourself. What's more, by venturing into the quieter parts of the island, you will discover an Ibiza that few visitors do, one that isn't dominated by late nights of music and dancing.
Of course, if you are looking for a loud and lively party atmosphere, Ibiza can perfectly cater for that too.
Ibiza, like all the Balearic Islands, benefits from glorious weather throughout the year. Even in January, temperatures rarely drop below 8°C, but during the summer months they hover around 20-25°C, and routinely break that in July and August. You can also expect bright sunshine broken by few clouds, allowing you to make the most of the Mediterranean's excellent climate.
With the island previously inhabited by the Phoenicians, Carthage, the Romans and visited by the Ancient Greeks, there's a lot of history here to be discovered. Because of this, a lot of the island has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, making it protected from the same development that is evident in the cities. This preserves Ibiza's history and beauty for you to see during a stay in our villas in Ibiza.
If you want to envelop yourself in Ibiza's music scene, then you have a huge selection to choose from. Ibiza's reputation for dance music is recognised around the world, and there are plenty of festivals and clubs that feature some of the best DJs, travelling specially to perform in Ibiza. However, you can also find some of the top performers and bands for other music genres putting on live shows, and the Arctic Monkeys, Kasabian and Kaiser Chiefs have all held gigs on the island in the past.
Around the coast, there are plenty of spots where taking a boat ride or trying your hand at some water sports are a great way to spend your holiday. You can get an entirely new perspective from the island out at sea, and spot some of the wildlife that lives around the Mediterranean and its islands.
Depending on when you're staying in our villas in Ibiza, you might be able to head to one of the local festivals or take advantage of a local market to pick up some exotic gifts for your friends, family or just yourself. Colourful clothes, intricately carved wooden figures and local food are all prepared by the stall owners themselves and made available in wonderful outdoor markets.
With the influx of British emigrants, you can find a huge variety of food and drink across Ibiza. Local food with a British twist, British food with a local twist, or some of the specialities that have been made on the island for centuries. Ensaimada is one popular snack, a sweet pastry ring that can be found all over the island. Flao, a cheese and mint flan is another well-known treat.
With villas in Ibiza Town, villas in Santa Gertrudis and villas in Playa D'En Bossa, as well as plenty of other locations, we can offer you the villa holiday on Ibiza that you really want, regardless of what you're after.
Ibiza Town, also known as Eivissa to its locals, is a diverse, dynamic and very desirable destination. Although in recent times Ibiza may have become famed for its hedonistic nightlife and party culture, even a short visit to Ibiza Town will prove that there is so much more to an Ibiza villa holiday experience.
The Ibiza capital manages to encapsulate both a medieval charm, with its cobbled streets and imposing gothic architecture, and a totally modern, sharp edge flavour. The ancient walled old town of Dalt Vila, for example, has been declared a UNESCO world heritage site for its outstanding examples of architecture. Dalt Vila stands on the very top of the hill on which Ibiza Town is built, giving it panoramic views across the island and harbour.
This is a perfect place to go to see a touch of ancient grandeur, with white washed buildings rising above cobbled streets and the wide main square. Here you will find fabulous shops selling jewellery, ceramics, linen, clothes, handbags, beachwear and much more. Although it isn't just a shopping trap; the castle complex at the very top of this area includes some awe inspiriting buildings, including the gothic baroque cathedral of Santa Maria D'Eivissa, while the main square also houses the Museum of Contemporary Art.
Ibiza Town's marina is known as the home of the wet set; that fabulous crowd of the young, the beautiful and the super wealthy. Their extravagant yachts are moored year round and are well worth a visit, even if it is just to admire them from afar. You can, however, join boat cruises at the marina that will visit some of the more secluded beaches around the island's coast.
The marina also has some fine restaurants, bars and cafes if you fancy a change from the nightlife options available elsewhere in the town.