Ibiza’s luxury agroturismo Atzaró – a hotel and spa that has hosted luminaries such as Kate Hudson and Rihanna – marks 15 years as one of the island’s most stylish destinations this summer, with an anniversary event on July 30 and the launch of an eight-acre organic ornamental garden on August 15.
The anniversary celebrations will feature a cocktail party, live music and a catwalk fashion show set against the picturesque backdrop of the Atzaró estate. Creations by international labels Rixo London and Paris-based lingerie and swimwear brand Yasmine Eslami will be showcased alongside pieces by De La Vali and Central Saint Martins alumnus Isabel Moore. Local label World Family Ibiza will also be showing its vibrant collection, alongside concept store La Galería Elefante, whose designs are created in collaboration with NGOs worldwide.
Guests will be able to purchase pieces from all of the designers on show at the event’s pop-up boutiques, while Atzaró’s own store will offer a range of vintage jewellery by Circa Ibiza (from €90), printed silk kaftans by Aquamarine Ibiza (from €135) and leather bags and accessories by Chabo (from €70). The evening will also include acoustic performances across the grounds and in the open-air music lounge, in addition to an exhibition preview of images of the group’s yacht Prana by Atzaró – claimed to be the largest hand-built phinisi in the world – and its Indonesian island destinations.
Celebrations continue on August 15 with the launch of an ornamental organic vegetable garden. Drawing on Atzaró’s heritage as a working farm, owned by the same family for generations, the garden will provide seasonal produce for the hotel’s restaurants as well as a tranquil space for guests. Olive- and cypress-lined walkways will provide a sensory journey through wooden arches and pergolas strewn with tumbling vegetables, past fountains, an intimate seating area and a scented garden filled with climbing roses, bougainvillea and jasmine. All is sustainably designed, with internal ecosystems, water from the estate’s well and on-site solar power. At its centre, a palm-framed area with a rustic kitchen and bar is set to host weddings and private events, alongside cooking classes, champagne picnics and open-air cinema screenings.