Ibiza, Spain

Ca Na Xica

Rates from (ex tax)$208.40

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 21 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (EUR195.00), via openexchangerates.org, using today’s exchange rate.


Blissful Balearic bolthole


Lush green hinterland

Peaceful boutique hotel Ca Na Xica has a charming aspect; it's surrounded by sun-soaked Ibizan countryside, lush green orchards and verdant olive groves. We particularly love its spoiling open-air spa, the turquoise saltwater pool and the locally-loved restaurant with soul-soothing views of the pristine landscape. Inside, flickering lanterns cast warm light on white walls, dark-wood beams cut across the lofty ceilings, and in suites, breezy private terraces lure guests outdoors for sundowners.

Smith Extra

Get this when you book through us:

A bottle of champagne and access to the spa for two (usually €35 each)


Photos Ca Na Xica facilities

Need to know


20, including 14 suites.


Noon; earliest check-in, 3pm. Both are flexible, subject to availability.


Double rooms from $208.40 (€177), excluding tax at 10 per cent.

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 21 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (EUR177.27), via openexchangerates.org, using today’s exchange rate.

More details

Rates include a generous buffet breakfast of cheeses, Spanish ham, home-made bread, cakes, fruit, fresh juices and a variety of organic cereals and nuts. Cooked-to-order eggs and bacon are also available.


Ca Na Xica also has a petite man-made beach, strewn with sunloungers, beanbags and parasols; an ideal spot for sunbathing and sangria-sipping.

Hotel closed

The hotel is closed from the 17 October until April 2018.

At the hotel

Spa, terrace, a little man-made beach, large gardens, free WiFi throughout. In rooms: a TV, tea- and coffee-making facilities, a minibar, Campos de Ibiza bath products, free bottled water, bathrobes and slippers.

Our favourite rooms

We’d opt for one of the contemporary Suite Premier rooms, which are dotted across the sweeping hotel grounds. These stylish suites have airy private terraces with views of the beautiful Ibizan countryside and glass-fronted bathrooms with their own bamboo-and-fern-filled gardens, so you can bathe blush-free in your own private rainforest.


The dazzling saltwater pool is the focus point of Ca Na Xica’s charming grounds; it’s surrounded by comfy taupe loungers, terracotta stone tiles, cacti and shade-casting olive trees.


Pared-back but luxurious, the soothing spa has three treatment rooms, a hammam, a sauna, an outdoor Jacuzzi and heated loungers. Choose from a selection of shoulder-loosening massages, a variety of body scrubs – our pick is the olive-oil, Ibizan-salt and lemon experience – or indulge with a collagen facial. Spa treatments can also be arranged in your room.

Packing tips

Leave the glowsticks at home; this restful retreat is all about unwinding.


Health-conscious Ca Na Xica also has fitness classes, pilates, yoga and a personal trainer on offer.


This calming casa is just for grown-ups; leave the kids at home.

Food and Drink

Photos Ca Na Xica food and drink

Top Table

Opt for a romantic table on the terrace; it’s strewn with glowing lanterns at night.

Dress Code

Tanned limbs and flowing post-beach attire.

Hotel restaurant

Local suppliers contribute heartily to the fine Mediterranean fare at Ca Na Xica’s open-air restaurant. Natural wood and stone take on a contemporary polish here; surfaces are gleaming white, light floods in through the ceiling beams and a full wall of windows overlooks the surrounding fields and glittering pool. The restaurant’s a short walk from the hotel – ideal for working up an appetite – and attracts hungry patrons from all over the island. Save space for the incredible wagyu steak tartare, and resolve to try everything from the Josper oven – especially the herb-and-lemon smothered chicken.

Hotel bar

The laid-back bar is located in Ca Na Xica restaurant, where guests can sip champagne cocktails, or sample an expertly curated selection of delectable local wines, while watching the sun set over the fields.

Last orders

Breakfast is served from 8.30am till 11am; lunch is available from 12 noon, and dinner is served till midnight. A light snack menu is served around the pool from 12 noon till 8pm.

Room service

The full restaurant menu is available from 12 noon till midnight.


Photos Ca Na Xica location
Ca Na Xica
Carretera de Sant Miquel, km 10,2
Sant Miquel de Balansat
Sant Miquel de Balansat


Ibiza Airport (www.ibizaairport.org) is 23 kilometres away from the hotel (around 20 minutes by car) and is served by British Airways, EasyJet and Ryanair. The hotel can organise private transfers for ‎€110 each way.


A pair of wheels is useful for exploring the island’s lesser-known towns and beaches, although taxis are easy to come by. From Ibiza Airport, take the main road towards Santa Eulalia, past Ibiza Town, and turn left at the sign for Santa Gertrudis and San Miguel. Continue on the road past Santa Gertrudis; the sign for Ca Na Xica is on the right just before San Miguel town.

Worth getting out of bed for

Pampering is an all-day-long pastime at Ca Na Xica: pick ‘n‘ mix treatments in the spa, summon drinks to your poolside perch, or ‘omm’ away your days with private yoga sessions. Explorers rejoice, the hotel can arrange cycling and walking tours around the enchanting local countryside and along the coast; there’s also choice of beaches in reach: the hotel’s just a 10-minute drive to Puerto de San Miguel, and a 12-minute drive to Cala Benirrás Beach. Ibiza virgins shouldn’t leave without exploring the winding cobbled streets of Dalt Vila, and the Gothic-style Catedral de Ibiza at its precipice.

Local restaurants

Virtuous eatery Wild Beets, in Santa Gertrudis, has a seasonally changing menu of organic, vegetarian dishes, and freshly-squeezed juice blends – stop here for a vitamin boost after a day of sangria-fuelled indulgence. For a heartier bite, head to family-run La Paloma, in the nearby village of San Lorenzo, to dine on traditional Mediterranean risottos, fresh-egg pastas, herb-encrusted meat dishes and locally-caught fish – the restaurant also has it’s own vegetable-and-herb garden, and an on-site bakery.

Local bars

Ca Na Xica is located in the quieter, north-east part of the island, a half-hour drive away from the clubs of Playa d’en Bossa and San Antonio, but there’s a wealth of buzzy bars and beach clubs a short drive away from the hotel. We love eco-friendly Elements Ibiza on Cala Benirrás Beach, which has a juice bar, a restaurant serving up sustainably harvested produce, a lively cocktail bar and lounge, a boutique shop and several beach-side massage stations. The decor is made from recycled materials, and the woven-bamboo roof and wooden stylings provide the perfect beach-hut experience.


Photos Ca Na Xica reviews

Anonymous review

Every hotel featured is visited personally by members of our team, given the Smith seal of approval, and then anonymously reviewed. As soon as our reviewers have returned from this boutique hotel in Ibiza and dusted the sand from their flip-flops and wrung out their swimming costumes, a full account of their blissed-out break will be with you. In the meantime, to whet your wanderlust, here's a quick peek inside Ca Na Xica in Ibiza…

Ibiza’s rural good looks are sometimes overlooked in favour of its vibrant party scene and the vast sandy beaches it’s famous for – a travesty, in our books. To experience the island's bucolic brilliance, head to the north east region, where the sun-soaked countryside is dotted with rustic whitewashed fincas, decades-old olive trees, and swathes of green-and-amber-hued orchards that stretch into the distance. Sitting pretty in the centre of it all, is Ca Na Xica, a boutique hideaway with soul-soothing vistas you can gaze lovingly at from the lofty, open-plan suites or the refreshing saltwater pool. Add a hammam-blessed spa and totally decadent dining and you'll happily give up your glow-sticks for a serene green getaway.

The Guestbook

Whenever you book a stay at a Smith Hotel with us, we’ll invite you to review it when you get back. Read what other Smith members had to say in Ca Na Xica’s Guestbook below.

We loved

The pool and surrounding well-spaced and enormous loungers; the fantastic restaurant.

Don’t expect

A lively atmosphere.


Stayed on 27 Aug 2017

We loved

Loved our rooms with a shower looking onto a private garden and our own terrace. The landscaping is amazing; beautiful property. There was a fabulous restaurant that the girls up front recommended on our first night. Can't think of the name but we sat under a huge fig tree and it is close to the property.

Don’t expect

There was nothing we were disappointed with. Pleasantly delighted all around.


Stayed on 22 Jun 2017

We loved

The beautiful grounds and relaxing pool area. The lovely designed rooms with superb styling. The friendly staff that were there to help us whenever we needed. Aubergine restaurant – just up the road – is beautiful and serves lovely food.


Stayed on 14 Apr 2017

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