Situated in beautiful countryside near the bohemian villages of San Carlos and Las Dalias, Casa Carma Ibiza is a very picturesque, old traditional house that feels like a home from home.
Surrounded by exotic palm trees, the exterior of Casa Carma Ibiza is utterly impressive, with a large pond and fountain in the garden, along with a stunning private pool area with numerous white sunbeds and parasols, and several terraces which are the perfect chill out areas – hammock included!
Villa Carma Ibiza is split into two – the main house and a quaint guest house; ideal for large groups of friends or families. The main house, which is filled with luxurious traditional furniture and stone flooring, consists of a large living room with comfy sofas, satellite TV, and a dining table. From the lounge you can access the main terrace filled with outdoor living furniture and views across the pool. The kitchen is traditional yet fully equipped to create meals.
Upstairs is the fabulous master bedroom has a four-poster double bed and en suite bathroom with shower and bath tub. The master also has its own large private terrace, complete with a tub for relaxation after a long day by the pool. There is a second double bedroom with double bed and two double single bedrooms; one with an en suite bathroom with shower. The fourth double bedroom comes with its own independent access and a double bed. A guest bathroom with a bathtub completes the main house.
The guest house has a small kitchenette and a stunning dining area with a large round dining table for 12 guests. The floor to ceiling windows brings the outdoors in, where guests can enjoy views across the pool. The double bedroom opens out to a pretty terrace. The guest house has a bathroom with shower facilities.
For guests who want to venture out, the hippy market is a must-see in nearby Las Dalias and San Carlos, a culture-rich hippy village.
A rather small but very well-known village north of Santa Eulalia, meeting point for hippies and home to a surprisingly rich cultural scene.
San Carlos became famous as a hippy village in the 60s and 70s as many of those long-haired peace-lovers settled in the beautiful surroundings of this northern Ibiza village. They often lived in old farmhouses, known as ‘fincas', often without electricity or even running water!
Today, you'll still find them there - the real hippies. For them, being a ‘hippy' is a lifestyle, not just a fashion. Here, many prefer to live without modern comforts, with as little money - and work - as possible and with a true, communal spirit.
- Maid service/extra cleaning
- Private chef/cook/catering
- Welcome hamper/pre-stocked fridge
- Local day-trips or tours
- Airport pick-up/drop-off
- Babysitting/childcare services