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Cas Gasi, Ibiza

Cas Gasi, Ibiza

Cas Gasi is a small luxury hotel nestled on a southern hillside towards a small valley with exceptional views across the Mediterranean island of Ibiza.

The hotel is surrounded by lush pine forests together with almond, fig and carob trees, terraced orange groves and vegetable gardens.

Its beauty is not out of place on an island dating back to 654BC, and a place that enjoys endless sunny days and a year-round mild climate.

Cas Gasi offers stylish and luxurious accommodation to guests looking for peace and tranquility. The hotel’s excellent service and unrivalled ambience creates a very personal and intimate atmosphere.

Featuring antique furnishings sourced from around the globe, cool terracotta floors, elegant furniture, generous sofas in sitting rooms, over-sized fireplaces, freshly refurbished interiors, a large communal sitting room with double height ceilings and an interior gallery. Traditional materials including hand worked pottery, blue and white hand painted tiles in bathrooms and kitchen, thick walls, rugs from Afghanistan and Turkey.

Each of the 12 rooms are different. Bedspreads and curtains are created from sumptuous materials matching the upholstery. The towels and bed sheets are of the finest Egyptian cotton.

The hotel's restaurant serves Mediterranean cuisine using produce from its own organic vegetable gardens, along with local produce from neighbouring farms and home-made organic cold pressed olive oil.

Activities can be arranged on request. Bicycle riding, sailing day trips, massages, yoga and walking tours are available in summer, while in winter there are different seminars and special interest weeks, such as yoga, bridge, Ayurveda or walking groups, photography and Mediterranean cooking classes.

Cas Gasi is located in the very centre of Ibiza, making it a short drive from all of the island’s attractions. This includes tranquil beaches, spectacular sunsets, yoga, meditation and detox retreats, rustic and fine dining restaurants and UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Just a few minutes away, you’ll find the small village of Sant Rafel. Nearby, fine dining restaurants sit happily alongside rustic eateries and on a drive through the rolling hills you encounter farms, orchards and more.

In the opposite direction, the quaint village of Santa Gertrudis attracts a cosmopolitan expat crowd all year round. The beautiful square is packed with laidback restaurants and the streets are filled with unique boutiques, artisan jewellers, galleries and cafes.

When the beach and party crowds go into hibernation for the winter, these villages – and Cas Gasi of course – continue to bustle, buzzing with the authenticity of daily Ibiza life.

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