Ibiza has taken up the recent trend of Agrotourism, which involves transforming what were once farm houses into rustic style hotels. If you’re the outdoorsy type then this kind of accommodation is perfect for you and if you’ve never tried it – why not be adventurous and give it a go? Have a look through the five Agrotourism Hotels that we’ve picked out and see which one tickles your fancy most!
Es Cucons is truly a magical escape and its white washed appearance fits in perfectly with Ibiza’s chic and hippy style. Don’t let the fact that it once was a farmhouse fool you, all rooms have been renovated to give you the full modern experience with a gorgeous ambience, air-con, TV and all the utilities you can think of! If you’re feeling hungry, the hotel does have a great restaurant, but if you want to venture outside the grounds then luckily there are a few nearby cafe’s!
Xarc is one of the newer hotels on the island and very close to the city of Santa Eularia. It’s located in a beautiful part of the island’s countryside. The architecture is also modeled in typical Ibiza fashion, and as seen in the picture above, there’s a pool that will cool you down on those hot summer days! The rooms are big, modern, full equipped and the prices are affordable (with breakfast included).
Can Talaias is run by a father + son duo and located atop a hill which gives absolutely breathtaking views of the village of Sant Carlos that’s just below it. Its style can be described as “bohemian” and its famous sunflower room is by far the most popular pick amongst guests! The lobby is modeled after an old-school English living room, with vintage furniture, a cozy fireplace, a library of books and much more. There’s a pool for you to lounge by and at times you might be lucky to spot a peacock chilling around you. Can Talaias is one of the more authentic agritourism hotels, as it’s actually a farm with its own livestock!
Can Guillem is the least isolated hotel of the bunch, as it’s only a 5km cab ride away from Ibiza Town. This farmhouse turned rural hotel has six rooms and one bungalow for those who are looking for the ultimate secluded getaway. It’s also spacious, newly renovated and extremely relaxing. Prices are probably at their best around the end of the summer season.
Atzaro has been around for 18+ years and has made a name for itself on the island as one of the most known agrotourism hotels. The base is that of an Ibizan farmhouse from the 17th century, with the renovated style sticking to the rustic theme with influences from Indian, Indonesian and Japanese interior design. Some rooms are extra VIP and come with their own pools! What sets this hotel apart is their fantastic and lush spa, gardens massive swimming pool and frequent events that take place all year round!