Outside, this vacation villa is a haven of peace set in the middle of a cactus garden. The elegant pavilions shelter the common and private spaces of the villa, while the palm trees diffuse their beneficial shade over sunbathing guests. The infinity pool of more than twenty meters long is bordered by its own beach of teak wood where deckchairs rest in the sun. Walkways under white arches connect these different parts, and while there is an air of elegance, the style of architecture here is serene and not ostentatious in any way.
The pavilions stand like graceful tents in a desert, gathered in front of the swimming pool which mirrors the panorama in front. The main pavilion houses the entrance patio from where you lead into the dining room with its professionally equipped kitchen, and the living room which is large yet cozy. Very open to refreshing trade winds, these comfortable spaces are the perfect place to gather your family and friends.
The four suites are located in other separate bungalows to the left and right of the central building. Intimacy assured, these suites were designed by the interior designer Catherine Pawson with simple and delicate decoration that combines luxurious amenities: dressing rooms, bathrooms and private terraces for each of them, direct access to the terrace and the swimming pool, and relaxing bungalows open right behind.