The history in photos

1964: In the beginning was the tower.
1964: In the beginning was the tower.

Today the house has more than 1,000 square meters of living space.

A house in the middle of nowhere
A house in the middle of nowhere

Casa Alsen was one of the first houses in Cala Vadella. But even if there are many more houses there today, behind the walls it is as if time had stopped.

Meeting point port
Meeting point port

Around 40,000 people lived in Ibiza in the early 1980s. Today there are 147,000. But still applies: "We meet at the port!"

No tourists, no wall
No tourists, no wall

Tourists only came to Ibiza in the late 1970s. Until then, the property was only surrounded by a small Ibizan-style wall. When suddenly more and more...

SUV in Ibizan
SUV in Ibizan

A disused expedition VW secured shopping in San José and the trip to Ibiza Town

The charm of the old days
The charm of the old days

At that time, Cala Vadella was the first urbanization outside the villages and towns. But there were no real roads for a long time.  

The view from the balcony
The view from the balcony

The place for the house is chosen wisely. Close to the sea, but not so close that the weather presses against the windows.

Welcome to the Villa Alsen

A remarkable property on the most beautiful island in the Mediterranean. It is a house with a history. Built-in the traditional cube-shaped Ibizan style facing the sun, at a time when Ibiza was still the sole property of the Ibicencos, and most people still lived off the sale of salt from the "Salinas", agriculture and cattle breeding. And it's our mother's story. She discovered the island when she wanted to see the place where many hippies tried to live a life full of love, freedom and peace.

Our Story

In the beginning, there was only the tower, then an extension ... - and with every child born in the family, there was another – a house built for life.

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The Exposé

Now the house is being sold. And there is, of course, an exposè. All data at a click

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Tourists only came to Ibiza in the late 1970s. Until then, the property was only surrounded by a small Ibizan-style wall. When suddenly more and more strangers stood in the garden, "upgrading" took place. Today the wall is two meters high.