Jonathan Leitersdorf, architect and developer of the project, explains the thoughts behind the design as follows: “Our vision is to experience authentic Ibiza like community, spirituality and celebrations.” Enjoy the view, meet like-minded people for dinner and try out new culinary limits. Pop-up events or full moon dinners are also on the program. In the cooler season, guests should then share spiritual experiences.
The finca style of the complex combines aspects typical of the country with modern design. Natural materials from the region were used for the construction. Inland is “The Farm”. The resort’s 400 year old farm and olive oil press plant. It houses the so-called “Six Senses Ibiza Experience Center” and the cooking school. Products are also grown there to supply the resort’s restaurants, café and juice bar.
Six Senses Ibiza will be the first European outpost for celebrity chef Eyal Shani, founding father of the new Israeli cuisine. While guests gather at long tables in the “Farmer’s Market”, The Orchard, The Piazza, Farmacy Bar and Live Cave await with home-grown vegetables, the Chef’s Table and cooking courses.
The Six Senses Spa has single and couple treatment rooms, steam baths, a hammam, a café and a juice bar, as well as a fitness area. Outside there is a yoga deck and a boxing ring on the roof.
Six Senses Ibiza wants to offer the local music scene a new spectrum. The music meeting place “Beach Caves” is located directly on the coast. Live shows, events and sessions for artists will take place there. Complemented by a vinyl collection and a sound system from Mcintosh. The Cave Royale guest room is equipped with a secret door that leads to a recording studio in case creativity should arise in the middle of the night.