Authentic Ibiza Agroturismo hotel in the island’s north
Enshrouded by the fragrant zing created by 13 hectares of the stunning orange groves that this estate sits among, Agroturismo Hotel Atzaró has long been a luxurious Ibiza institution. After an impressive recent refurbishment by Atzaró Design, this lavish bolthole in the island’s rural north offers even more deliciously authentic appeal.
The main building – a centuries old farmhouse – has been meticulously maintained by seven generations of the same family, who grew up here before expanding into the realms of hoteliers. The signature Atzaró style harks back to its rustic roots, with typical Ibicenco architecture accented by pared-back decor and the occasional opulent nod to its North African heritage.
Each of the bedrooms are painted in crisp, contemporary white, mirroring traditional Ibiza homes across the island, while colour comes in the form of bespoke paintings and of course, the vibrant surrounding scenery. With additional features ranging from fireplaces and private pools to gardens and secluded private terraces, not to mention all the latest technology, each stay is a masterclass in laid-back luxe.
Atzaró is also home to four private swimming pools, including the famous 43-metre fresh-water pool, several bars, sun-drenched day beds and shaded relaxing spaces. Take a leisurely stroll around the extensive gardens and orange groves on the grounds of the estate; enjoy the new ornamental vegetable garden where all the organic produce for the Atzaró Group is grown and where a central open-air cinema, kitchen, bar, seating and a yoga deck are situated. Luxury champagne and blanket picnics can be ordered from La Veranda to be enjoyed among the organic produce while enjoying a movie, this all combines to create the ultimate sanctuary.
There’s also day-to-night dining in La Veranda, which fuses Mediterranean influences with a modern twist, and and in summer the second stunning courtyard restaurant The Orange Tree opens. With the famously luxurious Atzaró Spa surrounded by those scent-sational orange groves, it’s no wonder Atzaró maintains its reputation as the island’s best escape.