Discover Ibiza


Indoor         300m2
Terraces     170m2
€ 950.000 
Bedrooms    5
Bathrooms   3
Indoor         231m2
Terraces     205m2
€ 1.725.000 
Bedrooms    5
Bathrooms   4
Indoor         405m2
Terraces     350m2
€ 9.200.000 
Bedrooms    9
Bathrooms   8
Indoor         450m2
Terraces     300m2
€ 6.900.000 
Bedrooms    5
Bathrooms   5

San Agustin is a lovely village in the hilly area is between San Josep and the city of San Antonio rolling down to the sea at Cala de Bou. 

In San Josep one can find all amenities like restaurants, shops, supermarkets, pharmacy, banks, etc. San Josep holds the Municipality offices of the Region, the place to sort out administrative tasks related to properties.

Famous beaches are 10 minutes drive away such as; Calabassa with CBBC beach Club, Cala ConteCala Jondal with famous beach club Blue Marlin and Restaurants Jondal and Tropicana.

7 minutes from San Antonio City
12 minutes from Airport
15 minutes from Playa d´en Bossa
with Ushuaïa, Hï Club, Hard Rock Hotel, and many more
20 minutes from Ibiza City

The Placa Major (or main plaza) of San Agustin with its typical Ibicenco-style Church atop the hilly countryside. The picturesque heart of the village has been lovingly preserved making you feel as in times gone by.

Restaurant Can Berri Vell on San Agustin´s main plaza. A traditional establishment in the region serving quality Mediterranean cuisine in a 17th century "finca" and on its enjoyable outdoor terrace. 

On the coast of Cala de Bou near San Antonio you can experience great sunsets every day, a true natural spectacle for which Ibiza is famous and proud.

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have a sunset cocktail for example at
Kumharas bar with DJs playing around the sunset hours.

Calabassa Beach with its famous beach club CBBC. Its excellent reputation does not come from nowhere:  pristine turquoise water, fine sand, a clean beach and a wide restaurant offer from simpler chiringuito to classy dining. 


As the beach has soft slope, the water temperature is quite warm. Parking is organised by the beach club just 200m from the beach and will cost a few euros per car per day. Upon arrival there is a rocky area that resembles a lunar landscape which adds further attraction to this cove.


The most prominent restaurant on Cala Tarida is the stylish Cotton Beach with its terrace dining with unbeatable sea views. Quality cuisine and relaxed DJs.

Ibiza and Formentera are drier and
warmer than the rest of the Balearic
Islands, presenting a semi-arid climate.

The average annual temperature
of the island varies between 16º and 18.5º 

Yearly rainfall is between 300 mm and
600 mm.  The sun exposure of the territory
is very high, with about 3,000 hours per
year on 320 days. 

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