Spain's best-kept secret
This project is a unique residential complex of 15 limited edition homes that combines classic Mediterranean architecture with the most luxurious avant-garde design in an exceptional location - Cala Comte, one of the most exclusive and beautiful calas (beaches) in Ibiza with its free spirit, spectacular natural environment, exciting nightlife, and accepting and cosmopolitan nature.
Cala Comte is a natural balcony overlooking the sea and its spectacular sunsets which can be enjoyed all year round. The five-bedroom properties with interiors of 352 sqm as well as terraces, gardens, swimming pools and a basement of up to 723 sqm large, were designed by renowned architect Victor Rahola, who has created interconnecting interiors and exteriors in order to flow between each other to create an impression of undefined borders. Their south-west orientation takes advantage of maximum natural light as well as fabulous views of the small islands dotted near Ibiza's coastline and breathtaking sunsets.
The development is also protected by a common wall with a 24-hour security, complete service concierge, two parking spaces and two swimming pool for each house - one at the 1st floor and another one on the top floor, on the terrace of the main dormitory.
It has a great location within just a 10 minute walk from the spectacular beaches and coves of Cala Comte and is a short drive from Cala Bassa beach and other surrounding beaches. The properties also lie 10 minutes from the picturesque town of San Josep, 25 minutes from the airport and 20 minutes from the stylish marinas, cosmopolitan restaurants and clubs of Ibiza Town.
Due to its excellent location, this project is expected to be a very good opportunity for capital growth.
Some facts about Ibiza:
- Improved travel connections
- International schools
- Good climate, peaceful & tranquil atmosphere
- Very stable investment
- The global downturn did not affect house prices in Ibiza as much as in mainland Spain (with prices down 10-20% versus 70%)
Ibiza is much smaller than Mallorca so investments have more of an impact. The island has also invested in its infrastructure to support the high-end market, including €16m for an extension to the airport to cater for more private planes and a new marina with berths for 16 super-yachts.
Beach bars and restaurants:
The two main beaches are separated by the most bohemian of Ibiza’s famous sunset spots, beach restaurant Sunset Ashram, which has fabulous panoramic views from its exposed position and a creatively designed framework which mimics the rocks on which it sits. In the evenings, Sunset Ashram hosts various DJs to play along to the spectacular sunsets, but first and foremost it's a place to relax.
Further round on the right-hand side are three restaurants which are easily reached by foot - S'Illa des Bosc is a great spot for some fantastic seafood.
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