Exterior view - at Atzaró, Ibiza, Spain


An orange grove surrounds what is, perhaps, the island’s most upscale family-run finca, a restored three-hundred-year-old farmhouse on a peaceful hillside near Santa Eulària. The Belgian owner, Kristina, and her Ibicenco husband, Jaime, have exquisitely furnished each of the ten spacious, whitewashed rooms and suites with exposed beams, a fireplace, rich fabrics in oranges and reds, Balinese four-poster beds and silk cushions. From the heated pool and Moroccan lounge bar to the beautiful landscaped grounds dotted with huge palms, lily ponds and Asian sculpture, everything here invites relaxation, although there is a gym for those wanting a rigorous workout.

Expect to begin days hearing goats bleating in the nearby field and birdsong at breakfast. You will have a full view of the Milky Way nightly while sipping the local hierbas Ibicencas after-dinner drink, an anise-based libation with rosemary and other local herbs. The fresh, flavorful Asian-fusion and Catalonian cuisine at the informal patio restaurant is why the boho-luxe area homeowners come down from their villas in the hills to dine here. The mini spa offers East-meets-West treatments, including aromatherapy and Ayurvedic and Asian Ritual massages.

Room Lounge at Can Curreu, Ibiza, Spain

Can Curreu

In the island’s center (and just down the road from the Las Dalias market) is the first trendsetting agroturismo venture on Ibiza. Can Curreu continues to attract an international clientele, especially families and equestrians. Impeccably run, this quiet, rural converted finca has twelve comfortable whitewashed cottages with Sabine-pine wood beams, all of them encircled by fruit groves, giant cacti and sunflowers. Amenities include a pretty pool and riding stables on the premises, as well as an extensive spa with a sauna, hamman, Jacuzzi and gym.

The renowned restaurant, perched on a hill next to a 2,000-year-old olive tree, serves a creative mix of Asian and Catalonian dishes. Not trendy or ultraluxurious (the closest it gets to the “chill-out vibe” is a candle or two in your room), this inn inspires repeat visits because of its lush garden setting and great cuisine.

Room Lounge at Can Guillem, Ibiza, Spain

Can Guillem

This 18th-century farm estate, refurbished in contemporary style and opened in 2006, has the distinct advantage of close proximity to buzzing Ibiza town. Once within the grounds however, surrounded by citrus groves and pine, carob and olive trees, you feel you’re deep in the country. The finca’s interiors—including six doubles, a suite and two spacious stone bungalows, appealingly furnished in black and white with large ceramic-tile bathrooms—are all pure, clean lines and uncluttered elegance. If you incline more toward Zen minimalism than to the island’s trademark décor, a jumble of the exotic and the laid-back, this is the place for you. The friendly Ibicenco owners offer guests family-style Mediterranean meals (vegetarians can get special dishes), with ingredients plucked from the organic garden, near the pool. While there is no spa or fitness center, the property can set up an in-room massage and personal training session.

Bedroom at Can Talaias, Ibiza, Spain

Can Talaias

Don’t be put off by the dusty dirt road that leads uphill to this yellow-hued finca, once the home of a British comic actor Terry Thomas. Set high above the village of Sant Carles, with a marvelous view of the surrounding pine groves, the sea and an inviting pool, this six-bedroom, two-suite hotel is a nice option for those who want to be somewhere intimate and away from it all. The large, breezy rooms, decorated in warm earth tones with rattan and wrought-iron furnishings, are cozy but simple. Now overseen by the late actor’s son, Cushan Thomas, and his wife, Laetitia, Can Talaias can also be rented for weddings, birthdays and other special events.

Lounge at Hotel  Es Cucons, Ibiza, Spain

Hotel Es Cucons

Hotel Es Cucons is an idyllic country house hotel in the middle of fields full of almond trees, near the tiny village of Santa Agnes in the rural Northwest of the island. Run by two Spanish sisters with their husbands, the hotel has an attention to detail and service that is second to none, while still feeling laid back and very relaxed. The property offers a wonderful buffet breakfast and lovely al fresco lunches, as well as a more formal set menu for dinner every evening. The rooms are pretty and comfortable. Each is decorated differently, but all have terraces to wile away lazy afternoons. Note that families with children are welcome here, but their numbers are restricted at any one time so that the noise around the pool is limited. The relaxation center is extensive;  it features a sauna and hot tub and there are a host of masseuses and instructors for spa treatments and yoga classes.

Lounge at  Hotel La Ventana, Ibiza, Spain

Hotel La Ventana

This unpretentious, 14-room converted mansion stands in a quiet, eucalyptus-shaded square high up beside the walls of Dalt Vila. The simple but cheery bedrooms, some with iron four-posters, are painted sky blue and white, beds and some have sweeping views of the harbor. What the hotel lacks in amenities (there are few) it makes up for in a bohemian charm and a friendly staff. Stay here to fully experience Ibiza town’s lively atmosphere (the shops are open until midnight). It’s also a convenient location if you’re hopping on an early ferry to Formentera. Other than the onsite restaurant, there are little to no additional amenities.

Balcony at La Torre de Canónigo, Ibiza, Spain

La Torre de Canónigo

Floating above Ibiza town’s ramparts in a 14th-century tower (classified as a historical monument), this intimate luxury hotel is in the quieter part of the Old Town, near the cathedral. Don’t look for a spectacular exterior, but once you step inside, there’s atmosphere galore, from medieval vaulted ceilings and gleaming tile floors to four-poster beds and antique furnishings. Some of the rooms, like number 5, are apartments with kitchenettes; the deluxe suite number 8 is a favorite with visiting VIPs for its private Jacuzzis on the terrace and magical views of the harbor. Spa treatments can be arranged, and while there is no gym on property, the hotel has an agreement with a nearby fitness center should you wish to work out.

Pool at Les Terrasses, Ibiza, Spain

Les Terrasses

This intimate haven near Santa Eulària is hidden on a dirt track off the main road (look for the cobalt-blue stone, which signals the turnoff). Here hôtelier Françoise Pialoux has created a paradise with a French touch. From the contemporary art lining the walls to the country-style kitchen, where flavorful dishes are prepared, the restored and stylishly redesigned finca has the feel of a private home. Each of the airy rooms is different, but all are decked out in pale linens draped on the big, comfortable beds and have private terraces or patios; some have pretty mosaic-tiled bathrooms.

High points are the two pools, a patio restaurant enclosed within a tropical garden of bougainvillea and roses and a grass tennis court. The spa is a lovely afternoon retreat, and for those looking to do more than unwind, Les Terrasses offers private cooking classes. You’ll most likely be staying amongst glamorous sylphlike models (the hotel is occasionally rented out for photo shoots) and a mix of Paris sophisticates and arty types.

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