Es Bec d’Aguila is the name of this stunning house on the Spanish island of Menorca. This large 1000m2 villa has eleven bedrooms and an extra bedroom for six children, each with its own ensuite. Only Ten kilometres from the nearest beach, Es Bec d’Aguila enjoys a very exclusive and private position nestled in its 60 hectares of land in the heart of Menorca, between the white towns of Alaior and Es Migjorn. The Finca is surrounded by nature and is a reflection of the tradition and the refinement of the Mediterranean world. The villa’s ground floor exudes a very Menorcan atmosphere with vaulted ceilings and white washed walls. It is pure and light but also an essentially noble space. The first floor has more of a strong personality with a rich palette of colours, especially around the shared spaces, it tells us about the history of the finca in all its splendour. The second floor is discrete and minimalistic, ideal retreat from the rest of the house. What does unite the different styles of Es Bec d’Aguila is that each room is a unique creation adorned with richly coloured authentic tiles and enjoys a stunning panoramic view of the Menorcan countryside with sunrise or sunset visible from every window. The villa can be rented, you can find more information on Es Bec d’Aguila’s website.
This summer villa on the Spanish island of Menorca designed by Atelier du Pont is a real treasure! Summer homes usually do not offer some interesting and unique interior design, but in this case, the inner spaces are designed in a fresh and such wonderful way, so you would want to study every inch of the photographs for hours. The villa combines traditional Spanish details, elements of colonial style, and colorful Middle Eastern notes together with modern chic features. In addition, the house is filled with interesting art objects and designer pieces of furniture, which add uniqueness and identity to interiors. And the location and territory are just breathtaking! By the way, the villa is for rent on this site.