Cosmic Villas is delighted to present this commanding spectacular views of the sea, lush, pine-covered hills and the mysterious island of Es Vedra.
Casa Blay is a beautiful villa that offers total tranquillity.
This traditional Ibizan home has been carefully restored and reflects its naturally beautiful surroundings throughout, with wood furnishings and pops of earthy colour mixed with sea-blue shades.
Set over one level, there are several steps connecting two areas of the villa. The living space features two comfortable sofas and a wicker chair, all ideally positioned for you to appreciate the attractive open fireplace in the corner. Sharing this open plan area is a large dining table that seats up to eight people.
A large flat screen television can be enjoyed as dinner is cooking away in the adjacent kitchen. Being open, this well-equipped kitchen gives you the chance to prepare meals whilst still contributing to the conversation in the living space.
There are four bedrooms in total - all offering light and airy spaces to retreat to after a long day out exploring the local area. Two have double beds and an ensuite bathroom with a bathtub. A third bedroom has a double bed, with the fourth featuring two single beds. These two bedrooms have shared use of a spacious bathroom.
The covered terrace can be accessed via the open plan living space and is home to an outdoor furniture area and some sun loungers, all providing some lovely views. At the back of the villa is a large, private swimming pool that’s surrounded by a terrace with loungers and a barbecue.
Within the leafy areas of the garden is a chill out bed to relax on and soak up the idyllic atmosphere. There’s also a wooden porch with a dining table for enjoying al fresco meals with some of the best views to be found around the villa as you dine.
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Casa Blay is a traditional Ibicenc house with 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms can accommodate up to 8 people
First Floor (up five steps)
Casa Blay is around a 10-minute drive from the fishing village of Es Cubells. Despite being such a small village, there’s a supermarket for stocking up on groceries and several restaurants for evening meals. Be sure to stroll around the attractive, whitewashed church during daytime visits to the village.
There’s not so much a beach at the foot of the cliffs that Es Cubells sits upon, as a stretch of pebbles and coves. You can head down here to take in some lovely views, but for a day out on the sand, you’ll need to head to Cala d’Hort beach.
Cala d’Hort is around a 5-minute drive from the villa. It offers a sandy beach backed by pine-clad hills and fabulous views across azure waters to the mysterious island of Es Vedra. It’s a small beach, but there’s plenty to do, such as swimming and surfing.
Or you can just relax on the sand as the children play, then enjoy a picnic lunch. This beach is in a prime location for watching some superb sunsets, so don’t miss out if you’re still there when evening falls.
Drive 15 minutes north, and you’ll reach the village of San José. Nestled in the foothills of the highest mountain on the island, it’s a place that still retains much local character and a slow pace of life. In keeping with its traditional feel, a typical Ibizan whitewashed church still serves the community and is a lovely site to take a look around.
However, you will also find a surprising amount of shops and modern facilities. There are several supermarkets, a range of shops selling local ceramics and other items, a pharmacy and plenty of cash machines. Enjoy a delicious lunch or dinner at one of the many restaurants that sit on the main road, or dotted close by on side lanes.