Ibiza villas: Where to stay – Cap Martinet

Cap Martinet is a secluded slice of pure Mediterranean luxury tucked into a pristine bay near Jesus and Ibiza town. Quiet and private, this area’s proximity to the city, clubs, bars and restaurants – not to mention the newly gentrified beach of Talamanca – make it an ideal location for island holidays.

Homes in this area lean towards palatial villas with a minimalist style and impressive views and select, luxury apartment complexes with direct frontline views of the sea. Peaceful and revitalising, Cap Martinet provides the exact ratio of relaxation to action required to take advantage of all Ibiza has to offer.

Local dining

There is no lack of eateries near Cap Martinet. On the cliffside is the renowned restaurant of luxury resort Destino Ibiza – open to the public for breakfast, gourmet tapas and Ibicenco fusion cuisine alike. On the cusp of Cap Martinet and the newly revamped bay of Talamanca is the famous ‘Fish Shack’ for the freshest seafood on the island, plus island stalwart Sa Punta, and its rooftop concepts Patchwork and Ginger. Just a little further into the bay is Nobu Hotel Ibiza Bay, with gluten-free café Celicioso, authentic beach chiringuito Chambao, fine Mexican dining destination Peyote and of course, the signature NOBU restaurant – open for lunch and dinner.

Nearby attractions

While beaches, watersports and dining are aplenty in the surrounding areas, Cap Martinet’s proximity to the capital also ensures there is never a lack of things to do. A stroll around Dalt Vila – Ibiza’s UNESCO World Heritage listed old town – is a time warp back to the medieval era. Take in the grandeur of the cathedral and stop by the fascinating Museum of Archaeology and the creepy catacombs of Puig des Molins. The Contemporary Art Museum of Ibiza is host to stunning exhibitions and a permanent collection of some of Europe’s most fascinating modernist artists. A multitude of boutiques selling everything from high fashion to hand-woven baskets abound.

Best beaches

The closest beach to Cap Martinet is the diminutive and little known Cala Roja. It’s accessed via a bush track and abounds with plenty of opportunities for exploration. Talamanca is a delightful family-friendly beach with plenty of facilities, water sports, restaurants and beach clubs. Further north is Playa S’Estanyol situated at the end of a dusty dirt track it boasts a small wood jetty and Cala Bonita – an excellent seaside restaurant.

Villas near Cap Martinet

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