Want to discover the wild side of the most famous island of the Balearic archipelago once the borders have reopened? Head to Sabina, a new kind of eco-estate nestled in the middle of 17 hectares of unspoiled nature.
Need to dream of better days and your next great escapes to brighten up this third confinement which plays into extra time?
Although strongly weakened by the pandemic, Ibiza sees itself emptied of its hordes of clubbers and is establishing itself more than ever as the dream destination to reconnect with the natural elements. We are already reserving our next stay at Sabina, a new eco-residence with a new concept that will soon open its doors on the White Island.
A preserved paradise nestled in the southwest of Ibiza just a few minutes from the sublime Cala Tarida and Cala Moli, this one-of-a-kind place should logically establish itself as the new El Dorado for those who wish to discover the authentic side of the island, a thousand leagues from the opening parties that stretch until dawn.
Ideal hybrid in-between for those who do not want to choose between the comfort of a villa and the services of a luxury hotel, this eco-domain run by Anton Bilton, Glyn Hirsch and Agustín del Pino comprises 50 villas offering views breathtaking on the Mediterranean and the surrounding campo.
Distinguished by the Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method (BREEAM) which assesses the environmental impact of new constructions, the residence designed by a quartet of talented architects Rolf Blakstad, Jordi Carreño, Jaime Romano and Manuel Aires Mateus gives pride of place to to plant species endemic to the Balearic Islands. Dotted with olive trees and Bougainvillea, Sabina offers all the facilities of a five-star hotel, from the spa to the amphitheater, including an intimate club and a modern temple that encourages introspection.
The icing on the cake that should delight fans of healthy and colorful menus? The team at the helm of the Sabina Clubhouse is none other than that of La Paloma, a mythical veggie friendly address in the north of the island.