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      La Granja

      Ibiza, Spain

      Enveloped by the pastoral verdure of Ibiza’s heartland, La Granja is a 10-hectare working farmstead that was reactivated as a platform for discourse on farming, sustainability and our relationship with the food we eat.

      Armin Fischer, Dreimeta Design Studio “The art of imperfect beauty is accepting the natural cycle of growth and decay. Using flawed and scarred materials and surfaces we’ve alluded to the enigma of time passing.”

      Farmhouse

      Converting the once-private residence was more an act of preservation than of transformation. In designing the property, Armin Fischer of Dreimeta design studio embraced the heritage of the farmhouse and its inherent connection to the land, while honoring rustic simplicity, growth and decay, modesty and transience.

      Rooms

      Draped in shadow and soft, dusky earth tones, the guestrooms vary in size, each outfitted in materials of burnt wood, brushed and oiled ash, wood, stone and slate.
      Rooms
      From the monastic Intimate Room to a stand-alone private guesthouse, the rooms at La Granja highlight details of the original Iberian farmhouse, like working fireplaces and terraces overlooking the farm.
      MASTER SUITE 75 sqm
      The Master Suite is our largest suite, featuring a King bed (sleeps 2), a bathtub in the living room and a private two-level 80-square-meter terrace with 360-degree views of the valley and island beyond.
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      TOWER SUITE 55 sqm
      The Tower Suite is located in the farmhouse’s tower, featuring a King bed (sleeps 3), a living area and a private two-level 70-square-meter terrace with 360-degree views of the island and Sant Antonio Bay.
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      TERRACE SUITE 25-45 sqm
      Terrace Suites boast a King bed (sleeps 2, max 3), a bathtub and a private terrace overlooking the farm and pool area. Some feature a fireplace.
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      GARDEN SUITE 55 sqm
      Garden Suites boast a King bed (sleeps 2, max 4), a living area and a bathtub; it has its own 20-square-meter terrace in the garden. A double sofa bed in the living room can accommodate extra guests.
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      GARDEN ROOM 20-25 sqm
      Garden Rooms boast a King bed (sleeps 2) and private garden with farm and sunset views. Some feature a fireplace. These three rooms are only accessible from the garden.
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      INTIMATE 9 sqm (excluding bathroom)
      Our Intimate Room features a Queen bed (sleeps 2) and a private bathroom with shower. It is the smallest room of the house without terrace but with the commodities to have a great experience at La Granja, ideal for those who want to stay with us for a short period of time, enjoy the pool and explore the island.
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      GUESTHOUSE 75 sqm
      The Guesthouse spans 75 square meters in a building 50 meters from the farmhouse, surrounded by wild forest. The Guesthouse comprises two bedrooms with a King bed (sleeps 4, max 5), two bathrooms with a shower, a living room, and a wide private 30-square-meter sunset-view terrace overlooking the farm. A double sofa bed in the living room can accommodate extra guests.
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      Kitchen

      La Granja embraces the Mediterranean diet not just as a culinary mode but as a lifestyle, transforming the farm’s biodynamic bounty into slow food for the communal table. In the kitchen, chefs José Catrimán and Edo Fiaschi and their team transform a gorgeous, seasonally fluctuating variety of produce into the rotating Farmer's Table, a set menu that includes a starter from the farm followed by a beautiful salad with freshly harvested grains, seeds, legumes and flowers, a selection of preserves and ferments and a main course of choice (free-range chicken, grass-fed beef, local lamb, wild fish or a vegetarian option) with two seasonal side dishes to share and a raw or vegan dessert.

      Most dishes are cooked in our “Josper" coal oven, mixing carob and olive tree wood from Ibiza to obtain an authentic, roasted flavor of the Mediterranean. La Granja's zero-waste soil-to-sustenance process features in our sensorial multimedia feature, Encyclopedia of the Farm.

      Daily Rituals

      Step into the rhythms and rituals of a day at La Granja Ibiza. From the farmers' morning crop harvests and a beekeeper's visit to the honeycomb to the sights and sounds of dusk, Daily Rituals explores the makings of a day on the farm.

      The Farm

      Set among the honey-hued fields and moody pine forests of Ibiza’s pastoral inlands, the farm consists of 20 tiered acres of pine and citrus forests and fertile gardens. Signed and labeled garden plots encourage open access and self-guided tours, and guests can learn about biodynamic agriculture through a series of workshops, classes and community-based projects that assist in the reactivation of abandoned agricultural lands across the island.

      Composting, mulching, and a high-tech, sustainable approach to water management have returned vital nutrients to the multiple garden plots spread across La Granja under the guidance of master farmer Andy Szymanowicz, an expert in biodynamic agriculture and lacto-fermentation. Old, ridged terraces have been reborn, revealing a seeded curation of the land with dozens of seasonal fruit and vegetable varieties, including beetroot, carrot, lettuce, eggplant, tomato, onion, squash, melon, herbs and berries, as well as trees of citrus, apple, nectarine, fig and almond.

      CALENDAR

      From film screenings and live musical performances to workshops, talks and exhibitions, we curate a year-round cultural program devoted to the cultivation of arts, crops and inner gardens.

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