Villa Es Cubells
Like a Moroccan fortress, the rental villa 3 rises behind the monastery of Es Cubells. Together with the small church, these three buildings form an architectural entity. 3 bedrooms, 6 to 7 persons – 350 sqm living space. Situated on a large estate with citris trees and an old tree population, this holiday home conveys the impression of a typical Balearic finca, despite its modern design. This villa, which was designed by the reknown French architect Niclas Besset, combines modern interior and Moroccan influences in a unique manner. For example, the teak closets are all hand-made. Cushions and bedspreads have been embroidered in Morocco, whereas the large dining table comes from Burma. The bathrooms have their unique style: the walls have been treated with Tatlack, a Morrocan technique, the wash-basins are made of wood, and the showers are “rainforest-showers” from Dornbracht. The modern light concept has been designed by a German light architect. On the ground floor, there is the open plan living room, which is seven metres high and has a fireplace and a gallery. In the adjoining kitchen, there is stainless-steel kitchenware from Smeg and Miele. The doors of the kitchen cabinets, in contrast, are made of small twigs. Furthermore, there are a double and a twin bedroom on the ground floor, each with ensuite bathroom, and a separate WC. From the large terrace, which is equipped with leather pillows, one can enjoy stunning views of the sea as far as the island of Formentera. The holiday villa is located in a quiet, but not secluded position. A pebble beach can be found in a distance of 500 metres from the house, and the most famous beaches of the island, Cala Jondal and Es Torrent, are only some minutes by car.