Casa Morna Ibiza is a legacy of our ancestors that my brother and I inherited and decided to open its doors as an agrotourism, so that people from anywhere can come and experience the essence of our land.
My brother and I descend from an Ibicencan family and this legacy represents the Roots, the Soul and the Identity of this family and our culture. Opening its doors is an intention to keep alive "the flame" of our origin and to preserve certain values of our Ibicencan culture.
It is a traditional house of typical Ibicencan architecture, decorated in a traditional and simple way, combining rustic touches, honoring our roots, with the comfort and warmth of a home... Wishing that you feel like "at home".
It is located in a privileged environment where you can breathe a great calm even in the months of greater tourist affluence: the valley of Morna, to the north of the island, zone that is characterized by conserving still the purest and virgin essence of Ibiza.
It is an estate of about 25,000 meters of red earth with almond trees, fig trees, carob trees and a pine forest that surrounds the house giving it a certain air of magic and beauty of the Ibizan land.
A space where reconnecting with the earth, nature and our essence is easy.
Our work is focused on making Fomento del Turismo de Ibiza an increasingly open forum for debate that draws together a wide range of interests, agrees strategies and stimulates professionals, workers, companies and organisations from all the island's economic and social spheres to benefit from membership.
We want Fomento de Ibiza to be an open forum for debate, one that agglutinates common interests, reaches a consensus as to the strategies that should be followed, and encourages professionals, workers, companies and entities from all the island’s economic and social walks of life to work together
Fomento del Turismo de la Isla de Ibiza (Island of Ibiza Tourism Development) is an association founded by a group of forward-looking people who set themselves the task of stimulating, promoting and developing the island's budding tourist industry.
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