Converted from a 19th-century farmhouse, the Aguamadera Resort Ibiza delivers an intimate retreat. It's situated on a hilltop, providing its seven guest rooms and four suites with expansive views of acres of pine trees and olive groves. The two-story structure was originally built in 1888 and has been transformed into a rustic oasis, mirroring its surroundings with a natural palette comprised of clay plaster walls, jute carpets, and natural materials. Its vernacular aesthetic is completed with artisanal furniture and artwork created by local artists. Private terraces and communal outdoor spaces, including a swimming pool, draw guests to the landscape, while the on-site restaurant serves meals sourced from the property's agricultural land.
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