A dazzling white rock with crystal clear blue sea, Ibiza has a long-hidden secret on its northern tip, Xarraca Bay. This magical cove with unobstructed sunset views and special energy is where the golden hour lasts until the Cinderella hour.
Sundowner, guitar, or loved one in hand, anything feels possible. Live layers of programming and experiences will constantly evolve to celebrate music, art, sustainable fashion, spirituality, pioneering wellness, culinary exploration and culture, all synonymous with the island.
A place this meaningful needs protecting, which is why when it opens in July, Six Senses Ibiza will be the first sustainable BREEAM certified resort and residential community in the Balearics. In total there are 116 guest accommodations, villas, suites and beachfront caves across a 20-acre (8-hectare) site, blending into the contours of the bay. Available to a handful of owners are a number of Village Residences with intimate terraces, lush gardens and pools.
From the resort’s four organic restaurants to the Recording Studio and showcase Six Senses Spa, a host of amenities are easily bookable through the app to match every whim. All guests and residents also enjoy personalized service through their own Guest Experience Maker.
Six Senses Ibiza will be the first European outpost for celebrity chef Eyal Shani, founding father of new Israeli cuisine. His menus will follow the “Eat With Six Senses” guiding principles of organic, seasonal, nutritious and delicious.
Other signature venues, including The Orchard, The Piazza, Farmacy Bar and Live Cave, will be complemented by “grow-your-own veg,” chef’s table and cooking lessons at the Farm programming. Pretty cool: The Farm at Six Senses Ibiza a 400-year-old olive press and agricultural estate. Here, guests will take part in growing organic produce that will supply the resort’s restaurants, café and bars.