What was once a 19th century weekend home to a family of Menorcan merchants is now Es Bec d'Anguila, a stunning vacation home run by its new owners and rehabilitators Benedicta and Anne-Cécile Comar. Es Bec d'Aguila, translated as The Eagle's Beak, sits at the top of a hillside on the island of Malta. Comar, a partner of architecture firm Atelier du Pont, kept the essence of island and maintained elements of classical Minorcan architecture when restoring and renovating the 12-room property. Can you imagine that those outer walls were once painted dark red? They have since been whitewashed, with added windows, bringing in floods of light and a breathtaking, panoramic view. While the couple isn't vacationing here, Es Bec d'Anguila is available for rent and boasts a long list of amenities like farm fresh cooked meals, a pottery workshop, tennis lessons, massages and guided tours. Malta, anyone?