Villa Korra is situated on a fabulous and unique location, surrounded by the medieval charm of the historical center. This estate is a unique property located within the historical walls of Dalt Vila. It is a palace built in 1740 and renovated in the last few years.
The house has been renovated using only the best quality materials and exceptional care for detail. The access to the property is through a great reception hall from which a grand stairway leads to the upper floors. The palace consists of five en suite bedrooms, a master suite with private lounge room, dressing room, and bathroom, a great living room salon with a reception area as well as a cinema room. A dining room with views to the cathedral and a kitchen with a storage room and pantry room. There are two service rooms including an independent apartment with a bedroom, bathroom, living room and kitchen.
It offers an amazing roof terrace of 240 m2 with views over the old town, the harbor, the sea, and the Ibizan countryside. It offers a barbecue grill, an outdoor kitchen, a swimming pool and a lot of space for relaxing and sunbathing. The views are stunning, especially at night. A closed 2 car garage completes the property.
The city of Eivissa faces both the sea and the acropolis. Dalt Vila’s fortification is integrated into the locals’ everyday life. This is where they have breakfast, go shopping, and enjoy nightlife. It is also a magnificent place for important artistic social and cultural events. Its Renaissance defensive walls are composed of seven bastions. One of them, Sant Pere, located next to the Reina Sofia Park, is one of the gates to the fortification, where soldiers used to stand to fight against their enemies in the past. Nowadays it is used for outdoor concerts. Another gate to Dalt Vila is the Portal de ses Taules, with a stunning outer bailey. Next to it, the visitor will find the Plaça da Vila, a square crammed with pretty restaurants, art galleries and handicrafts shops, all of them surrounded by a stone frame that gives the visitor a feeling of being part of History. If you keep on going through the Calle Sa Carrosa, you will be able to enter Santa Llúcia’s bastion, which houses a XVIII century powder magazine. Wonderful views of the Eivissa Harbour and the Bay can also be enjoyed from here. Halfway to the bastion, there is a bronze statue seated on a bench. It is Don Isidor Macabich, a priest and Historian who was the first person who study the island’s past in real depth.