EXPERIENCE THE OTHER SIDE WITH EC ESCAPES
Founded in 2013, we’re a small collective with a love for well-considered travel.
We started life as a concierge company, helping our network of friends get the most out of Ibiza.
Word quickly spread and we now have a fantastic portfolio of properties across Ibiza, Mallorca and Mexico, alongside a great concierge team and many more happy clients coming back to us year after year.
Our focus is stylish, handpicked, luxury villas with bespoke concierge services. Customer service and experience remain at the heart of everything we do.
A core team of staff based in Ibiza, Mallorca and Oaxaca is essential for us to remain in the know, we’re out and about all year round discovering the latest hidden gems to share with you, bringing you our trusted insider knowledge.
The EC Escapes Team
From our early days as a concierge service, we value local knowledge and long-term relationships with both our villa owners and guests. Based in Oaxaca, Mallorca and Ibiza, our team members are experts in their destinations, hand-picking the best of each location and the unforgettable experiences to go alongside them.
Below, we plan how we’d each spend a perfect day off…
Start the day with a walk along the beach stopping in at Hostal Talamanca for a tostada and coffee. Head home for a massage with our amazing masseuse Deborah before going for a late lunch at Casa Jondal, with a bed booked in the sun afterwards.
Back home for a siesta so I’m ready to start the day again, Spanish-style. Pre-dinner drinks in the Old Town followed by a lively dinner in Cala de la Virgen to get me in the mood for dancing…anywhere!
Waking up in Tulum to the sounds of the jungle and heading to a beachside morning yoga session. Breakfast would be at The Real Coconut; then I’d head over to the Sian K’aan Reserve to find a slice of beach to myself and chill.
In the evening I’d swing by Ciel Rose to catch the sun going down into the Mayan jungle, my favourite moment of the day, with a margarita in hand.
My day off in Ibiza would start with an early morning swim and paddle board at Cala d’en Serra before the crowds arrive. Breakfast and coffee would be at Cana Pepeta then a clifftop walk and lunch of paella and fresh seafood at Sa Caleta.
In the afternoon I’d opt for a swim, time on the sunbeds and cocktails at Sa Trinxa, before dinner at Taller de Tapas and dancing at Heart.