Casa Bella Vista
- Per night from: €550 TO €1,250
- Bedrooms: 4
- Bathrooms: 4
- Sleeps: 8
A charming 4 bedroom villa with stunning sea views over Cala Conta, Bella Vista is new to the EC Villas collection.
We love the location, set upon a tranquil mountain top, this property boats 180 degree panoramic sea and sunset views. High above sea level, it is surrounded by pine trees and a fragrant mediterranean garden.
There is ample outdoor and living space including an upper terrace and outside dining area.
The large pool has 6 sun-loungers plus a Bali bed and for those of you wanting some ambience when enjoying a sundowner, there is an integrated stereo and minijack phono lead with speakers in the kitchen and living room.
Inside, the kitchen is fully stocked with all mod-cons including a juicer, blender and ice-cream maker which makes a fantastic afternoon activity with the family.
Not only the ideal summer rental, Casa Bella Vista has underfloor heating and a large fireplace which is perfect for cosy nights in during the winter months.
Tourist Licence: ET-1263-E
- Distance from Airport: 15km
- Distance from Beach: 5km
- Nearest Town: San Jose
- sea and sunset views
- Upper terrace with outdoor seating
- Gas BBQ and outside dining area
- Sky and Apple TV
- Air conditioning
Beach Cala Conta
It's natural beauty needs no introduction. Panoramic views and an unbelievable sunset - best admired from the Sunset Ashram boho-chic restaurant. Sushi, balearic beats, and fantastic cocktails - Ibiza's best recipe. Explore the coves surrounding the main beach, and dive into the inviting waters with your snorkel.
Dine out Destino
Located in Sant Jose, you'll find the tapas restaurant opposite the church. The cuisine offers the not so standard eastern tapas, with Arabic influences, mostly Moroccan. Stick around for desert.
Explore The Old Town
Apres dinner, walk through this UNESCO world heritage site of Dalt Vila, up to the cathedral; exploring the narrow, winding, cobbled streets and magnificent views from the breaks in the high ramparts and the vast terraces at each level. The dramatic main entrance is up a slope, crossing a drawbridge through the Portal de Ses Taules.