Broner House was built by architect and painter Erwin Broner in 1960, and it was donated to Ibiza’s city hall by his widow, Gisela Broner. It is a Place of Cultural Interest in the Monument category.
Broner House is located in Sa Penya neighborhood, in the part over the cliff, allowing the sound of the sea to fill each room. It is brightened by two large picture windows with views to Formentera. It has two floors (household on the top floor and studio on the ground floor), terrace, and garden. The furniture was also designed by Broner himself, and it is all exhibited in the house since its restoration, together with the paintings, drawings, and personal items.
Entrance is free.
- From May 1 to September 30:
Tuesday to Sunday: 10 am - 1:30 pm
Tuesday to Friday: 5 pm - to 8 pm
- From October 1 to April 30:
Tuesday to Sunday: 10 am -1:30 pm.
Tuesday to Friday: 4 pm – 6 pm
Closed on Monday and public holidays.
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