“The fabulous views over the island and sea, as well as the beautiful pool area, make Can Verru the best villa in Ibiza by far. The only downside is that we didn’t want to leave!”

Elisa W

About Ibiza

Famed for its boho-chic style, its relaxed and laid-back mentality along with the beautiful Balearic climate and legendary nightlife, Ibiza is among the world’s top destinations. The island is home to some of the best beaches in the Mediterranean, while the rustic inland is a horticulturist’s dream, with an abundance of plant life, vines and almond trees. Tiny hamlets of whitewashed fincas and ancient churches to be found off the beaten track, offer an insight into the island’s tranquil, untouched past.

For decades, Ibiza has been considered to be an island with its own unique and magnetic healing vibrations and has become home to a vibrant and diverse holistic wellness community. For this reason, in more recent years, it has evolved into one of the world’s leading destinations for healthy holidays, yoga, fitness and spiritual retreats.

Alongside its contemporary charms, Ibiza has a rich, diverse and colourful history and its many occupants – from the Phoenicians to the Carthaginians, the Romans and the Moors – have all left their mark on the island. The historic walled city of Ibiza Town is one of the oldest in Europe and is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Local Area

Can Verru is a tranquil hideaway set in secluded farmland. A short drive from the airport, the villa is also just 20 minutes from Ibiza Town, making it an ideal base for exploring the island. Tracks behind the villa provide safe, quiet routes for walking or biking, while some of the island’s best beaches are very nearby. For your convenience, a well renowned small shop is within five minutes’ walking distance and has a selection of organic, local and international produce. There are also a variety of excellent restaurants within easy reach.

Nearest Beaches

Considered one of Ibiza’s most beautiful spots, Cala Bassa is renowned for its clear waters, pale sand and ancient, gnarled Sabina trees. It’s also home to the chic Cala Bassa Beach Club, with several restaurants serving a range of contemporary fusion cuisine and sophisticated cocktails. Nearby, Cala Conta has three stretches of beach with shallow water that is safe for children and spectacular views of the island’s sunsets. And just round the corner, the sheltered bay of Cala Tarida offers fine white sand and turquoise waters, as well as Cotton Beach Club, a luxurious destination with a private beach and an impressive DJ line-up.