I spent one of the most unique and most pleasantly surprising stays in Nature Villa. It’s
an original house in the area of Cala Vadella, and not one of us remained indifferent to it. It was a finalist in a number of international design and architecture competitions, front page of design and architecture magazines, and mentioned by renowned newspapers like New York Times, AD Germany, Côte Maison, Elle, or Wall Street Journal, to name a few. It’s a house with its own personality, distinctive for the spectacular architectural work that completely integrates the house with its surrounding trees. So much so that more than half a dozen trees pass right through it, from floor to ceiling, making the house and those who live there perfectly unified with the environment.
The villa, sitting on a hill with views of the sea allowing us to enjoy countless sunsets,
consists of three buildings raised off the ground with metallic pillars and covered with insulated camouflage material. These three buildings contain four bedrooms that are decorated with colors to form the perfect balance with the greens and browns of the pine trees and the blues of the sky. Two of these bedrooms are in the main building, where we spent most of our time, and the other two are like suites (+30 m 2 ) with their own entrances and terraces. All incredibly equipped with air conditioning, safety deposit boxes, walk-in closets, fireplaces, modern security systems with surveillance cameras, and extremely smooth sets of Egyptian cotton sheets, among others.
Under these tall-pillared buildings you can find different spaces for free-time activities and relaxing: a small pool in the shade, ideal for the hottest days; a barbecue grill; a ping-pong table; an area for eating, where we had our lunches; and a separate perfectly equipped cooking station, great for serving outside without having to use the main house. On the same level as the main building, there was an infinity pool. I found it wonderful for enjoying our cocktails in the lounge chairs while we took pictures of the beautiful landscape, some with cameras and others as mental pictures to be remembered forever. We similarly engraved in our minds the delicious lobster stew from the beachside restaurant Can Jaume in Cala Vadella and the paellas eaten on the terrace at the restaurant El Carmen in Cala D’Hort, which was right above a golden sand beach looking towards the magical island Es Vedrá.
All of them were unbeatable moments of happiness shared in Ibiza.
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