Ibiza has a reputation for partying. But what most people don’t know about the spectacularly beautiful Balearic Island that belongs to Spain is that it has a more mellow and cultural side, too. And for a luxury hotel that really taps into those vibes, putting the focus on wellness and restoration while also delivering sophisticated nightlife and cultural programming, visitors should head to the quieter, beautiful northern tip of the island and the recently opened Six Senses Ibiza.
The stunning property, which rolled out the red carpet in summer 2021, fronts the crystal waters of Cala Xarraca Bay, with wellness and cultural offerings inspired by the local culture that are designed to celebrate Ibiza’s unique and eccentric relationship with music, art, sustainable fashion and more.
And this summer’s newest opening at the oceanfront resort, The Beach Caves at Six Senses Ibiza, offers even more escapism in a place that’s already pretty dedicated to maximalist escapism to begin with.
The whole enclave feels sort of like an exclusive hotel within in an exclusive hotel. And among the new many offerings at The Beach Caves are a day-into-night zero-waste restaurant showcasing the island’s fresh produce, a speakeasy-style cocktail bar, an onsite recording studio (with an in-house engineer at the ready) for the musically inclined to get creative when inspiration strikes and six one-bedroom Beach Cave Suites from which you can step right from your oversized bed outside for direct Mediterranean Sea access.
Ongoing Balearic-focused cultural programming at The Beach Caves pairs with local artisan, artists and entrepreneurs to be “unapologetically Ibiza” and is designed to appeal to locals living on the island as well as visitors.
You can count on some innovative art installations and live performances here in addition to an artist in residence program, ongoing wellness workshops and more. In other words, a very Ibiza and very Six Senses stay awaits.