Abbey Drucker

La Granja
  • Where:Ibiza, Spain
  • Why:Girls getaway
  • When:Summer 2016
  • Who:Me and one of my favorite ladies, Erika Mercado.
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Our final sunset before leaving, overlooking the Mediterranean.

The exterior of La Granja Ibiza.

Erika checking out the view from the inviting lobby into an open-air dining area overlooking the pool, farm and mountains. Communal spaces include the kitchen and pool along with cozy nooks throughout the property.

A beautiful, rustic wood dining table where they serve farm-to-table cuisine.

The private farm owned by La Granja Ibiza. Farmer Andy is passionate about keeping the agriculture at its finest. Composting and a high-tech, sustainable approach to water management within the property result in some of the freshest crops.

Breakfast couldn’t be more picture perfect and tasty. Everything is farm fresh.

This was one of the most refreshing dips I’ve taken, besides the ocean. I took this photo at sunrise, one of the many I caught on this trip.

Our cozy bedroom suite (the Garden & Terrace) had a fireplace, a guest bed, beautiful tub and shower. I would recommend getting a top floor room to experience the mountain views overlooking the farm.

La Ciudad de Ibiza – a trip to Ibiza would not be complete without the experience of the Old Town. The history, architecture, and culture are so rich in this area. We walked through beautiful cobblestone streets to get to our dinner destination, La Mezcaleria Mexiterranea.

Talamanca Beach – a chill, local beach.

Driving through the mountains to arrive to our destination, La Granja Ibiza.

Highs & Lows

  • Extremely tranquil – upon arrival you instantly feel relaxed in the peaceful mountains.

  • The food is delicious, (vegetarian friendly and health conscious) mostly sourced locally from their private farm.

  • Chic, rustic decor is simple, pristine and perfectly moody.

  • We arrived late and so there wasn’t any food available.

  • You will need transportation to explore off property since you are in the mountains. Old town Ibiza and the port are about 20-minutes away by cab.

The Barometer

  • Design

  • Website

  • Mini Bar

  • Environmental Consciousness

  • Night's Sleep

  • Service

  • Amenities

  • Takeable Treats

  • Refer a Friend

  • Overall Value

  • Life Changing

Total: 48/50

Important Bits

  • Type

    Farmhouse hotel

  • Vibe

    Tranquil mountain chic.

  • Location

    Central Ibiza in the mountainside.

  • Rooms

    Nine rooms in the main house that can accommodate up to 22 people, and a guest house with two rooms that can accommodate up to 5 people.

  • Music


  • Year Opened


  • Designed By

    A Design Hotels Project with Armin Fischer of Dreimeta Design Studio.

  • Pool/Gym

    Yes, pool.

  • Restaurant

    Incredible farm-to-table food.

  • Bar

    Yes, outdoor under the trees in the gorgeous mountain setting.

  • Minibar

    Minimal beverages.

  • Children

    No children under 12 years old allowed.

  • Price

    Expensive luxury.

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