Islas Bonitas: Spanish Islands
Rising out of the Mediterranean and the southern Atlantic opposite Africa, Spain’s island territories seduce. Remote and wild, each of these islands offers a trinity of sand, sun and splashing surf.
A timeless Mallorcan home, with blush walls and sun-bleached stones, this breezy classic occupies lush, tumbling gardens with a pool. It recalls the simple, refined ease of once-upon-a-time Mediterranean holidays.
Iconic blue-green shutters enliven this 1970s-vintage fisherman’s shack updated by modern Balearic minimalism. Clean lines and a natural color palette combine here for the simplest of beach house charms.
100% contemporary, with sleek, slide-away glass walls and a horizon layered in shades of blue, from the planters and pillows to the infinity pool, this luxurious modern design celebrates island beauty.
There’s lots to love at this private villa, from its eclectic global vibe to its big gathering spots indoors and out, to its adventure playground for the wee ones, with a treehouse, pirate ship, and zip line. Family vacation made easy.
VILLA GUATIZA, GUATIZA, LANZAROTE Tranquil and ultra-private, this 200-year-old farmhouse dominates a private finca. It’s whitewashed and sturdy, with a Moroccan-inspired interior renovation that respects its historic design with flair.
Called perfect for a reason, this magnificent villa with its rambling gardens, pool, and centuries’ old forests serves up heaps of sweet, rural charm. It’s been seamlessly updated with chic, contemporary touches.
If local markets, rainwater harvesting, solar power and all-natural building materials are your vibe, this studio-styled home is your sustainable haven. With an open, clean layout and small private pool, it’s the perfect nest for couples.
For more hideaways in the Spanish Islands, explore our collection of vacation home rentals and small hotels here.