This stunning seaside villa in Sant Josep de Sa Talaia is an enchanting choice for sophisticated revelers seeking privacy and unmatched style on Ibiza. Situated near Es Torrent Beach along the island’s southern shore, the newly constructed villa features spectacular views of the Mediterranean Sea, exquisite living areas for relaxation, dining, and entertainment, and an extraordinary design combining contemporary art with Ibiza’s precious natural beauty. With three lovely bedrooms, Villa View is ideal for groups of friends, multiple couples, and destination wedding guests.

Perched on a verdant hillside, the 270-square-meter villa features an outstanding bi-level terrace overlooking panoramic vistas of the scintillating sea and coastline. Savor luxurious mornings in the Mediterranean sun, bathing in the swimming pool and relaxing on stylish sunbeds on the lower patio. Prepare lunch and drinks at the outdoor kitchen, and relish your lunch alfresco beneath the pergola. In the evening, enjoy dinner at the ten-person table on the upper veranda, paired with a fine Spanish wine, before indulging in a nighttime soak in the hot tub.

Floor-to-ceiling glass doors open from the veranda, infusing the interior living spaces with fresh sea air. Enjoy evenings together in the sumptuous living room, kindling a fire in the stunning modernist hearth. Mix cocktails and prepare tapas in the fully equipped kitchen, enjoying them at the lovely bar of polished tree stumps. On cooler nights, enjoy dinner indoors at the lovely table for six. With gallery-worthy artwork and superb furnishings, the villa’s extraordinary décor offers a unique mélange of natural influence and contemporary designer chic, creating an exquisite ambiance for dinner parties with friends and guests.

The three rooms all feature double beds and ensuite bathrooms, and two enjoy views of the sea. The spectacular master suite includes a private terrace where the hot tub is located, as well as an ensuite bathroom with stand-alone rain shower and tub. Each room provides a uniquely dreamy setting for private downtime.

Villa View’s location balances seaside seclusion and convenient proximity to Ibiza’s legendary beach and nightlife. Es Torrent Beach is within walking distance or a short drive—just a kilometer and a half down the road—while Cala Tarida, Sant Antoni de Portmany, and Ibiza Town are all within minutes by car.

Ibiza, one of the best destinations in Europe to do ‘tourism with a drone’

The world of travel does not stop evolving and a new fashion has emerged: traveling with a drone on its back. But there are many legal limitations

Ibiza is known worldwide as a tourist destination for relaxation, partying, sailing, nature … but now it has also leaked into the ranking of the most interesting European citizens to do “tourism with a drone”.

More and more people are made with an ‘unmanned aerial vehicle’ (UAV) that use it to immortalize their trips or search for destinations that are eye-catching to be recorded from the air.

Before the increase of tourists who want to do tourism in this way, companies that are dedicated to the sale of drones or accessories have begun to develop lists with the most attractive places to visit with a UAV.

The list with the most interesting European citizens to visit with a drone. Photo: The Case Frame
A British drone company, The Case Frame, has organized a ‘European tour to travel with drone’ in which places, in sixth position, Ibiza.

On the island, it is advisable to visit two very specific areas to be recorded or photographed with a drone: it is Portixol, “one of the most beautiful beaches in Ibiza”, and the port of Vila.

Yes, warns those interested that in Spain to fly a drone “it is necessary to have a license and be over 18 years”, so they advise to organize this process before starting the trip. What they do not notice is that it is absolutely forbidden to fly over some areas, such as an airport, something that they do explain in other destinations, such as Italy.

What’s more, the Local Police of Sant Josep informs this newspaper that it is “the only one in the Balearic Islands and one of the few in Spain to fly legally as an entity that operates with drones,” and warns that “people who do fly a drone without taking into account the current legislation, December 2017, can face very high fines. ”

Drones are relatively new, and in many cases the legislation and regulations are ambiguous. But little by little it is a segment that is regulated.

When traveling with a drone the first thing you need to know is that you have to be careful with the transport of LiPo batteries, which explode and catch fire quite easily (therefore you do not have to leave a drone in the trunk of a car in full Sun).

By air, traveling with a VANT is a bit complicated, since these batteries are considered dangerous goods by the IATA (International Air Transport Association) and their transport must comply with a series of safety requirements. The batteries can not go in the luggage that is invoiced and goes in the hold. They must go in hand luggage, unloaded below 30% capacity and in a limited number. Depending on the airline they fly between 2 and 3 batteries.

Amnesia says goodbye to the luxury of Paris Hilton by Gianluca Vacchi’s electrolatino

Changes are coming on the summer nights of Amnesia, after five years of residence with Foams & Diamons, Paris Hilton picks up her records and leaves. Instead, Gianluca Vacchi lands on the terrace, the new king of electrolatino, an eccentric and exuberant Italianio dandy that revolutionizes social networks with his glamorous life. The party will be held weekly from the end of June and Vacchi, in charge of the booth, will be accompanied by the hottest figures of Latin music. The announcement of the residence of Vacchi in Ibiza coincides with the release today of his new single, Trump-IT.

For her part, Paris Hilton said: “I thank all my fans for their loyalty. We have spent five wonderful years in Ibiza, a very special place for me. But it’s over, “and adds:” Ibiza is a magical island. I’ve been there since I was a teenager. If I were an island it would be Ibiza. It’s fun, its energy, the music, the people … ”

Kate Middleton’s uncle is seen with his wife for the first time in Ibiza following their reconciliation three months after he’s knocked out in the drunken street row

Gary Goldsmith was born in October last year
But he reconciled with Julie-Ann over New Year in Ibiza, where he has a home
Couple have been spotted together for the first time on the party island
The couple laughed and joked with friends as they had lunch on a beach

Gary Goldsmith and wife Julie-Ann have been spotted together for the first time since he was fined for punching.

Ibiza, where he has a home.

Goldsmith, 52, who is Kate Middleton’s uncle, was described as a ‘mean drunk’ in November as he was given a £ 5,000 end and community order for hitting 48-year-old Julie-Ann outside their London home.

Gary Goldsmith (left) and wife Julie-Ann (right, sitting down) have been seen together for the first time since he was fined for hitting her in the face

Goldsmith and Julie-Ann were seen having lunch with friends on the Spanish island party of Ibiza, where they have a property nicknamed Maison de Bang Bang

A court heard about the couple from a charity event in the early hours of October 13.

Julie-Ann had accused Goldsmith of taking drugs and abandoning her all night, while she responded by calling her ‘a nothing’ and ‘to whore’, the court was told.

After getting out of the taxi Goldsmith threw what was described by the driver as a ‘left hook’ which knocked her to the ground.

Goldsmith was kicked out of the London property and shared with his wife, and was banned from seeing or talking to her while on bail.

Goldsmith responded: “We’ve had a great New Year. It’s been really good fun, so yes’

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During the New Year’s Eve party Julie-Ann ended up back in her husband’s arms and the pair shared a kiss.

Millionaire Gary told The Mail on Sunday: “We’ve had a great New Year. It’s been really good fun, so yes.

‘But we’d prefer to be left to get on with things.’

Before leaving Ibiza, he tweeted: ‘When two people really care about each other they will always look for a way to make it work, no matter how hard it is.’

Goldsmith is the younger brother of the Duchess of Cambridge’s mother, Carole Middleton, and attended the weddings of both Kate and her sister Pippa.

Enjoy both the nightlife and scenery of Ibiza and an intimate getaway at Private Island.

Just a short boat ride from the famed beaches and clubs, the island is a private paradise with beautiful rolling hills and panoramic sea views. But you won’t be alone—the property’s contemporary five-bedroom villa is fully staffed.

You can reach by boat, docking at the private jetty, or by helicopter, arriving at the private landing area. You’ll be welcomed—and pampered—by 24-hour security, a water-sports captain, island manager, cook, kitchen staff and waiter. Spend your stay basking in the sun in the lounge area on the terrace by the saltwater pool, sampling local fare from the barbecue at the al-fresco dining area and watching the stars from the jetted tub on the deck. Keep up with your routine in the outdoor fitness area, or simply relax indoors by flipping on the sound system or browsing via the Wi-Fi.

The natural textures of the island’s low shrubs and rocky cliffs dropping to the sea are contrasted by the villa’s clean, contemporary lines. Fold-back glass doors hung with gauzy white drapes give the open-plan living areas a breezy, relaxed feel, not to mention beautiful sea views. Between a mod red sectional and fun white poofs, there’s ample seating in the living room, and the dining room can accommodate at least ten in whimsical brush-inspired chairs. The fully equipped kitchen continues the sleek vibe with white cabinets, black countertops and plenty of stainless steel.

Each of the five bedrooms has a queen bed, en-suite bathroom, air conditioning, TV and access to a terrace. The master bedroom has its own dressing area and walk-in closet, and three of the other bedrooms have sea views as well. As in the common areas, the bedrooms’ dark gray stone-tile floors, white walls, bedding and drapes and large windows frame panoramic views of the landscape.

From the house, it’s a 1-minute walk to the island’s dock, and from there, it’s just over a half-mile to Ibiza or 30 minutes to the Formentera beaches. Once you’ve landed on Ibiza, hit the beach at Platja des Figueral, 3 miles away, or Paraiso Beach, 7 miles away, or play a round at Club de Golf Ibiza, 12.5 miles away. Plan on a 21-mile drive from the port to Ibiza Airport.