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Casa ArcadiaA traditional Spanish villa within walking distance...

Casa Arcadia

A traditional Spanish villa within walking distance from Santa Eulària, Casa Arcadia makes for a comfortable, authentic stay in Ibiza.

Built in traditional Ibicencan style, the property retains many of its original features, while also offering modern amenities such as free Wi-Fi, air conditioning, and a wonderful 15m x 8m pool, complete with sun loungers and underwater lighting.  

The main house’s two double ensuite bedrooms along with the three additional apartments, each with its own private entrance, are able to accommodate up to 12 guests. In terms of facilities, there’s a well-equipped kitchen, a cozy living room with TV, and a total of 5 bathrooms.

The highlights of this holiday Ibiza villa, however, are its lovely outdoor spaces, including shady terraces, al fresco dining areas, a full open-air kitchen, as well as a lovely private garden filled with flowers and palm trees.


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