Cas Gasi, luxury boutique hotel in Ibiza

Getting Here


Take the main road from the airport direction Ibiza (Eivissa)
and exit towards Sant Antoni.

Once on the main road to Sant Antoni exit at Sant Rafel (before the tunnel) and turn
completely to the right to take the road to Santa Eularia.

After 2.5 km, at the first roundabout, take a left towards
Agroturismo’ and Sant Mateu. Here you will pass a hippodrome
and from there follow the signs to Cas Gasi.

Please ring the bell at the gate.

Longitud: 1.397681 E / Latitud: 38.995647 N

Distance to airport: 18km / Time: 18 minutes
Distance to Eivissa/Santa Eularia/Sant Antoni: 12km

Our neighbourhood by electric bike

There are so many lovely trails and pathways leading to cute villages and gorgeous beaches throughout Ibiza. Of course, there are many options for discovering these hidden routes, however, taking an electric bike is the perfect answer.

Creative island: Ibiza out of season

The reasons for visiting Ibiza are well known; sunshine, gorgeous beaches, relaxed vibes and fun times. What so many people don’t know about Ibiza is its divine appeal during the winter months…

Ibiza Heritage: Ses Salines salt flats

Some time in the 8th century BC, the Phoenicians set up base in Ibiza and began to develop the salt flats at Las Salinas in the south of the island. After the Phoenicians came the Carthaginians, the Romans, the Vandals, the Byzantines and numerous hoards of pirates, marauders and chancers…

Sailing Adventures

Cas Gasi owner Luis fell in love with sailing through his father and together, father and son would set out on amazing adventures, exploring the secret coves and beaches of Ibiza.

Cas Gasi - Beaches
Best Family Beaches

Even though Cas Gasi boasts one of the most beautiful, chemical-free pools in Ibiza, a trip to the beach during your stay with us is highly recommended. Our guests are always seeking personal recommendations, and the following beaches are our favourites for families…

Step back in time – Eivissa Medieval Festival

Travellers? We’ve got them. Sun worshippers? Flocking to our beaches. Yogis? Omming on the island. Fashionistas, celebrities and clubbers? They’re flocking to the island in droves. However one type of person you wouldn’t expect to come across on a trip to Ibiza is a medieval jester juggling leather balls in the cobbled streets of the old town – right?

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