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Casa Mana is an idyllic retreat for families and friends looking to escape to the rural tranquility of the Mallorcan countryside, just minutes from the heart of wine country.
Tucked away in the Puglian countryside surrounded by olive and almond trees, Villa Cardo is part of a collection of homes designed and restored by the same designer behind Masseria Moroseta.
Just on the outskirts of the charming town of Ostuni sits Masseria Moroseta—a modern Pugliese farmhouse surrounded by five hectares of organic olive groves.
A private island ecoresort in Indonesia’s Anambas archipelago—a tiny group of islands adrift between between Malaysia and Borneo—Bawah Reserve is the epitome of sustainable luxury.
At the end of a dusty country road in Todos Santos sits Paradero; a 32-room boutique hotel described as a “high design landscaping project with luxurious suites”.
Tucked away on the north side of the island of Kos is the luxurious beach hideaway, OKU Kos, where clean lines and rough, natural materials create a modern, bohemian vibe.
A post-war winery turned conscious retreat, Dexamenes Seaside Hotel is an architectural slice of Greek history on an under the radar stretch of sand on the mainland’s Peloponnese coast.
Just outside the laid-back beach town of Comporta sits Cabanas no Rio; two small huts free from superfluous objects, allowing guests to feel one with nature and a part of something much larger than everyday life.
Minimalist design and nature take centre stage at Casa no Tempo, a rustic farm retreat in Portugal’s lesser trodden Alentejo region.
An architecturally stunning six bedroom retreat, Santa Clara 1728 is a design lovers dream located in Lisbon’s cultural quarter.