Six Senses plants first flag in Spain

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One of the 116 rooms at the Six Senses Ibiza.
One of the 116 rooms at the Six Senses Ibiza. Photo Credit: Six Senses Ibiza

Six Senses Ibiza, billed as the first sustainable resort and residential community in the Balearics certified under the Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Methodology, or BREEAM, standard, opened July 10. 

Conceived by architect and developer Jonathan Leitersdorf, the year-round property is Six Senses' first venture in Spain. 

An aerial view of the Six Senses Ibiza.
An aerial view of the Six Senses Ibiza. Photo Credit: Six Senses Ibiza

The 116-room Six Senses Ibiza is situated on a 20-acre site in Xarraca Bay on the island's northern tip.

Accommodations include Cave Suites built into the coastal cliffs and stand-alone private residences available for rent or sale.

Organic eats and biohacking wellness

Amenities include the Farmer's Market and four organic restaurants overseen by chef Eyal Shani.

Entertainment highlights include a Live Cave and Recording Studio; Sonus faber, a cinema and open-air stage; and Agora, part store and part entertainment and education center.

Wellness treatments and customized immersions are available at the Six Senses Spa, and the RoseBar offers a menu of biohacking wellness techniques.

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