Villa in Ibiza
s'Hort des Baladres

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Villa in Ibiza `s'Hort des Baladres´ | Holiday pool villa in Santa Eulària des Riu, Ibiza - Eivissa
Brief history
The islands, today
World Cultural Heritage Site
Ibiza by night
Santa Eulalia`s zone

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A huge living and dining room of 40 square meters, a large and modern kitchen, three double rooms, two complete bathrooms and a useful garage are the rooms of the S'Hort des Baladres house. All together surpass the 140 square meters.

Ibiza island

Eivissa is the southernmost island of the Balearic Islands, and is washed by the Mediterranean Sea. A crossroads for sea routes over the centuries, many cultures have settled on the island since ancient times and this intercultural influence is reflected in its architecture, gastronomy and inhabitants. Eivissa is the largest of the Pitiüses Islands, which are made up of Eivissa and Formentera.

Eivissa has a surface area of 572 square kilometres and is divided into five administrative town councils, each of which has several different towns or parishes. The maximum governmental body is the Insular Council of Eivissa and Formentera. Since ancient times, the city of Eivissa (or Vila, as it is also called) has been the capital of the island and it contains many services for the rest of the municipalities. It lies in the southeast of the island, and has more than 40,000 inhabitants, who live in a territory of eleven square kilometres.

The influence of the sea determines the mild climate of Eivissa, there are no great contrasts of temperatures. During the winter months (October to March) temperatures oscillate between 14º C and 23º C maximum and 7º C and 15º C minimum, with an average of 6 hours of sunshine a day. During the summer months (June to September) the temperatures oscillate between 17º C and 13º C minimum and 29º C and 34º C maximum.

In 1999, Eivissa was declared World Heritage by UNESCO.

S'Hort des Baladres - Tourist villa licence VTV0217EIF
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