The perfect mix between luxury, comfort and an amazing location with superb views
Nestled in lush vegetation, Villa Can Dream is a beautiful four-bedroom bedroom property in Formentera. It has a simple yet unique and sophisticated design, which preserves some of the traditional features that characterise the architecture of the island.
The villa distinguishes itself from other properties, through its square shapes in contrast with the stone walls and light colour schemes.
The secluded position guarantees the ultimate privacy and intimacy for the most discerning guests and the highest comfort is guaranteed.
There are a variety of outdoor living areas for relaxation and socialising, all with incredible views. Every last detail has been carefully picked, so that guests can enjoy their family holidays feeling at home.
One of the preferred areas in the property among the guests is the living area, which is opened on both sides to make the most of the views and position of the villa. The colours of the furnishings and decorations provide a warm and pleasant atmosphere.
Throughout the villa is a blend between traditional artworks and modern amenities, combining classic style with modern efficiency.
Attached to the living area is a fully-equipped kitchen with a large wooden table that can seat up to 12 guests.
All the bedrooms are generously-sized with large windows that let in the lovely Mediterranean breeze. Each room also sports a private terraceand some have an outdoor shower. All of the rooms are finished to a very modern standard and the choice of colours gives a very welcoming ambiance. There is the possibility to provide smaller single beds for the little ones.
Villa Can Dream is ther perfect choice for families and small groups looking to relax in style on the stunning island of Formentera.
Touristic licence number: 13734
- Outdoor Living
- Swimming Pool
- Sea Views
4 x double bedroom with queen-size bed and en-suite bathroom with shower
NB: 2 x single beds for children available on request.
|1 Jan 2023 - 31 May 2023||EUR 8,000 per week|
|1 Jun 2023 - 30 Jun 2023||EUR 12,000 per week|
|1 Jul 2023 - 31 Aug 2023||EUR 14,500 per week|
|1 Sep 2023 - 30 Sep 2023||EUR 12,000 per week|
|1 Oct 2023 - 31 Dec 2023||EUR 8,000 per week|
Price per week. 10% VAT not included. Minimum stay 7 nights Jun-Sep, 3 nights all other dates.
- Fully-equipped kitchen
- iPod docks
- Sound system
- Air conditioning
- Swimming pool (4 x 2.5 m)
- Sundeck mini-pool with stunning sea views
- Sun loungers
- Private terraces with hot water bath tub & private outdoor shower
- Antique art sculptures
- Outside dining area with stunning views
- Expansive chill outs and seating area for sunning and relaxing
- Relaxed seating with fireplace
- Open air shaded lounge space
- Daily housekeeping (4 hours/day)
- Twice-weekly linen & towel change
- Daily fresh bakery
- Car hire
- Activities & excursions
Formentera is the smaller and more southerly island of the Balearic Islands (Spain). The island is 19 kilometres (12 mi) long and is located about 6 kilometres (4 mi) south of Ibiza in the Mediterranean Sea. Formentera is renowned across Europe for its pristine white beaches and nude sunbathing.
Formentera has a distinctive outline dominated by the wild and imposing Cap de Barbaria in the south west, the majestic cultivated plateau of La Mola in the east, the long peninsula of Es Trocadores reaching towards S’Espalmador, Ibiza to the north and the rugged, but beautiful, western ‘Ponent’ coast, surrounding the lovely inlet of Cala Sahona. This dramatic coastline encompasses majestic cliffs rising out of the sea, which has forged deep caves in their base whilst protective lighthouses stand guard above. The long, white sandy beaches are speckled with welcoming chiringitos (beach bars) offering refreshing drinks and delicious tapas.
Quiet coves give shelter to the fishing boats nestling on their slipways. The warm waters of the Mediterranean envelop Formentera and invite you to swim or snorkel during the sun-drenched days of your holiday. Inland, the landscape is a patchwork of fertile fields divided by dry stone walls and interspersed with pine woods and vineyards.
Although the island’s various areas are well connected by roads and cars can be easily hired in the port, many people choose to explore the island riding a moped or bicycle.
Nearest town (La Mola) – 15 minutes’ drive
Nearest beach (Es Calo) – 15 minutes’ drive
La Savina Port – 35 minutes’ drive
Ibiza Airport – 45 minutes’ drive + 45 minutes’ ferry ride
Disclaimer: the location on the map may be approximate due to privacy reasons.