Nestled in a rich pine forest and with sweeping panoramic views of the sea, Casa Lolita is a characterful home that takes inspiration from its lush Mediterranean surroundings. A glamorous and recent renovation made this five-bedroom villa stand out further with natural materials and swathes of sunlight. Just moments away from the bay of Cala Moli, Casa del Lolita epitomises an idyllic island retreat. The main house is an ode to the rich landscape of Ibiza, with wooden furniture and textural linens sourced from local artisans on the island. The kitchen is all smooth marble worktops and warm timber cabinetry, whilst a relaxed sofa faces an exposed log fire. The natural stone floors keep the home cool in the summer; during the island’s cooler months, underfloor heating ensures a cosiness throughout. The installation of a solarium welcomes sunshine inside; gaze out at the lemons trees from the dining area. Its landscaped garden with oleanders, agapanthus, mastics and olive trees offers a verdant backdrop for days spent in the sun. A grill and pizza oven are neatly engineered into a whitewashed stone wall, while dappled sunlight plays out across a large dining table. As evening draws in, palm-leaf cone lamps illuminate the entertaining area. The turquoise infinity pool seems to seamlessly blend into the western waters beyond, with inviting lounge spots scattered around the surrounding plot. Hidden amongst the vegetation, find a serene treehouse deck with views that stretch out to the sea. Three bedrooms in the main house are thoroughly tranquil spaces: brushed plaster walls and rattan-paneled wardrobes balance the contemporary and the rustic. The master bedroom – which has forest and sea views – leads to an inviting ensuite bathroom, with a skylight casting reams of light across the free-standing bath, dual vanity and waterfall shower. There are two separate guest annexes; one enjoys its own private entrance, the other is complete with bespoke bunkbeds and a games room ideal for youngsters. Defined by a friendly community of locals, Cala Moli is a pebbly cove tucked away from the crowds. For some of the best local cuisine, head to Sa Soca – a family-run restaurant in the heart of the San José village. Other coveted dining spots include Hostal La Torre and Sunset Ashram, both with spectacular sunset views. Set on the Cala Tarida beach just south of San Antonio bay, the Cotton Beach Club is a classic Ibizan resort with chic white furniture and parasols to match – under ten minutes away. Head a little further south and reach Cala D’Hort, with breathtaking views of Es Vedra.
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