The Spanish island is best known as a hedonistic party town perched 1,500 feet above the sea. But for one family, a private abode designed by the legendary Cabinet Alberto Pinto is a sanctuary.
The wind and the waves are all you hear at the top of this secluded bay on the Mediterranean Sea, the site of a family retreat designed by Cabinet Alberto Pinto.
A garden of fragrant rosemary and strawberries planted on the edge of the sea.
Orange is the color of joy, sunshine, and the tropics, but this bedroom gets its name from the bouclé on the bedcover, custom bench, and curtains, as well as a lacquered Chinese colonial chest of drawers; the drawing over the bed is by .
Swim or sand? Shimmering tiles from beckon guests to the pool for peaceful repose. Teak chaises and umbrellas by , both in fabrics, are arranged in intimate groupings throughout the garden for whispered tête-à-têtes.
This is a bathroom to love. tiles in a blue-and-white stripe amplify the turquoise glow of the subterranean room, where a porthole over the sinks provides an underwater view of the pool.
A wall covered in blue-and-white Portuguese azulejo-style tiles by provides the backdrop for a pair of dining tables set with patterned porcelain, engraved glassware, and green Portuguese wine goblets.
Local-limestone floors covered in custom Spanish esparto rugs from Antonia Molina, walls in a sandy lime plaster, and a wood-beam ceiling set a rustic tone in the living room. Custom sofas by Atelier Tapissier Seigneur and curtains in a quilted Braquenié fabric; the Oeil cocktail table by Pierre Chapo is vintage, the lacquered-coral sculpture is by Maurizio Epifani, and the painting over the mantel is by Alex Katz.