Embrace traditional Ibicencan features without sacrificing modern luxuries. We’ve rounded up our favourite reimagined fincas where you can stay.
Imagine a Spanish farmhouse. Ancient interiors, small windows and cubic constructions may spring to mind. But in recent years, an amalgamation of past and present has brought about an everchanging architectural landscape.
Renowned architects and designers are adapting traditional designs to bring Ibiza’s heritage homes into the 21st century. In this selection of reimagined fincas, find time-honored edifices skillfully transformed to cater to modern life, with contemporary styling that pays homage to the island’s rich heritage.
Reconnect with nature at Finca Alma – a villa that embodies Ibiza’s more tranquil side. Drawing on the textures and tones of its surroundings, interiors recall original Ibicencan architecture with exposed wood beams and textural marble walls. Interior styling draws on the finca’s heritage for a seamless feel, while outdoor spaces are designed to blend effortlessly with their serene surroundings. Modern amenities include a home cinema and an indoor and outdoor sound system.
Finca Alma is available to rent from €20,000 per week.
Laidback living embodied, Can Bikini welcomes the island’s slower pace. Though thoroughly modernised, its Ibicencan influences are palpable with an imposing white façade and narrow windows. Inside, interiors by TG Studio lean more modern in style. Expansive glass doors create an airy feel, and a skylit Doca kitchen is fully fitted with contemporary appliances. There’s a seamless feel to the flow between indoor and outdoor spaces. Take in hillside views of Ibiza from the curved infinity pool or unwind in one of the several chillout areas.
Can Bikini is available for longer-term rentals from €20,000 per week (minimum 31-day booking period).
Nestled in the northern hillside, this rescued 400-year-old monastery effortlessly captures the essence of the Balearics. Revived by designers Diego Alonso and Alexeja Pozzoni, sensitive renovations remain in keeping with the original style. Knotted juniper beams, stone hearths, and earthy tones all affectionately recall the monastery’s heritage. Outside, the grounds take design cues from Balinese gardens. Bringing a contemporary touch – marble-wrapped bathrooms, styled spotlighting and a glass-clad yoga studio.
Finca Encanto is available to rent from €22,500 per week.
Conceived by renowned studio Blakstad, this six-bedroom home marries island charm with modern perks. Beyond its traditional exterior, a modern-rustic aesthetic fuses fundamental Ibicencan textures with contemporary furnishings. Sabina wood and terracotta tiles styled with sleek furnishings and modern artwork. There’s no shortage of tech either, as all bedrooms come fitted with Bluetooth speakers and smart TVs.
Can Mayans is available to rent from €12,500 per week.
Finca La Bella Vita
Dating back 300 years, this secluded six-bedroom finca has been styled to seamlessly merge modern and traditional. A strong sense of the finca’s heritage prevails, with preserved features including intricate Sabina beams and exposed brickwork in the bedrooms, plus historic stone walls in the kitchen. A neutral palette and sleek finishes throughout leave a clean-cut and contemporary feel.
Finca La Belle Vita is available to rent from €9,150 per week.
Set on a rural five-hectare plot, this Spanish farmhouse has been creatively reimagined as a rustic-luxe villa. First designed by renowned architecture studio Blakstad, recent renovations combine contemporary fixtures with traditional features. While a rustic impression flows from exposed brick in the entrance to Sabina beams in the bedrooms, modern luxuries are dispersed throughout. A Sonos sound system, fully fitted gym and a hot tub contribute a contemporary touch.
Villa Mariposa is available for longer-term rentals from €12,500 per week (minimum 31-day booking period).
Immerse yourself in rural Ibiza at Miraflores, a recently refurbished 17th-century finca surrounded by bougainvillea and ancient olive trees. There’s a strong sense of history here, with organic textures and natural materials throughout. Press rewind in the bedrooms – where exposed brick, wooden trusses and intricately carved doors evoke original Ibicencan style. Embrace authentic architecture in one of the two guesthouses built with local materials.
Miraflores is available for longer-term rentals from €13,500 per week (minimum 31-day booking period).
A reimagined finca propelled into the future, Casa Paraiso offers all the luxuries of an eco-villa while staying true to its Ibicencan heritage. Designed with the environment in mind – run fully on solar energy and with a plastic-free drinking-water system and electric car charging points – you can relax while leaving the lowest possible carbon footprint. Outside – 8,000 square metres of beautiful private gardens, alfresco dining space, and a turquoise saltwater pool provide endless opportunities to embrace the outdoors.
Casa Paraiso is available to rent from €9,850 per week.
Finca La Inika
The vision of architect Ted Milano and interior design studio Studio C, Finca La Inka is a lesson in shape and form. The curves of its original arches are picked up in the rounded edges of headboards, wardrobes and freestanding baths. Wood, stone tiles and plaster set a soothing tone, while statement, sculptural furniture pops against white-walled backdrops. Private nooks and communal spaces are found throughout, offering corners for pause and play. The outside is just as inviting: rustic wooden doors draw you to an oval-shaped saltwater pool, skirted by tactile stone walls.
Finca La Inika is available to rent from €50,000 per week