Up in the hills near San José, also known locally as Sant Josep de sa Talaia, this white-washed luxury villa has a truly artistic side. The colourful Casa Amore pays homage to its traditional finca heritage, while blue-painted details and quirky sculptures give it a unique contemporary character.  

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€6,500 p/w – €15,5250 p/w
Five en-suite bedrooms
Three bedrooms in the main house
Two with own entrance
Multiple private terrace spaces
Swimming pool
Alfresco bar and barbecue
Rooftop terrace
Exquisite collection of art
Secluded garden pergola
Tourist License: 2013016634


Up in the hills near San José, also known locally as Sant Josep de sa Talaia, this white-washed luxury villa has a truly artsy side. Flashes of Ikat print fabrics, blue-painted wooden beams and eclectic sculptures, statues and curiosities give every space unique focal points. In the living room is a larger-than-life alabaster face. The villa itself features multiple dining options, indoors and out, and alcoved seating areas that are carved into the walls. Arched doorways and carved shelves add layers of intrigue to the interior and outside hammocks and secluded pergolas offer the perfect spots for an afternoon with a book.

Rustic stone-walls, terracotta roof tiles and the pink blossoms that creep up the villa’s exterior herald it as a traditional finca at heart. Step outside and you’re surrounded by fragrant flowers and luxuriant trees; swim in the wood-decked pool, or chill out under the terrace canopy and admire the views out to sea. The sunny roof terrace has panoramic views over the surround countryside and acts as a social hub day and night.

All of the five bedrooms feature en suites, with the master enjoying its own private terrace with a view over the hillside to the sea. Two bedrooms occupy a structure separate to the main house, and almost all rooms have access to a private terrace or garden area.


Ibiza Airport (20 mins)
Ibiza Town (15 mins)
Cala Bassa (10 mins)

Situated in the island’s lush interior, Casa Amore is just a five-minute drive from the charming village of San José, where a selection of local restaurants and bars serve up traditional Balearic fare. From this central position, both of the island’s coastlines are easily accessible, so whether you want to explore the exquisite sands of Las Salinas, Sa Caleta or Cala Jondal to the south east, or chase the sunset on Cala Bassa or Cala Comte, the island really is your oyster.  

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