Below is my totally subjective list of our favorite places in Ibiza.
This list is updated on a regular basis and places might be removed without notice.
My favorite beach restaurants
Beach restaurant – probably the best fish restaurant in Ibiza – but also one of the most expensive!! Has tender service.
Tel. +34 971 802 160
Beach restaurant – very good food and beach. Also great for kids.
Tel. +34 971 39 53 55
Beach restaurant – great food, design and view
Playa d’en Bossa
Tel. +34 971 39 68 58
Very nice beach restaurant set on cliff right by the sea on the east cost in Sol d’en Serra near Cala Llonga.
Tel. +34 971 196 176
Basic setting right by the sea, expensive but very good fish. Has tender service.
Cala Es Xarco – Porroig – Sant Josep
Tel. +34 971 187 867
Beach restaurant in Cap d’es Falco near Salinas with nice sunsets.
Tel. +34 664 331 269
The best sunset experience on the island – with different styles of great cusine from sushi to indian dishes.
Tel. +34 661 347 222
Cotton Beach Club
Beach restaurant – newly opened – serving breakfast, brunch and lunch with amazing views.
Tel. +34 971 80 61 80
Beach restaurant – Ibiza’s St. Tropez. Has tender service.
Tel +34 971410117
Beach restaurant – spanish seafood.
Tel. +34 971396572
My favorite restaurants and bars
The new creative experience by Ferran and Albert Adrià & Cirque du Soleil. A bold fusion of exceptional food, live bands & electronic music.
Pss. Joan Carles I, 17
Tel +34 971 933 495
The Giri Café
Healthy, authentic, delicious food with a local touch. Open for lunch and dinner.
Plaza España 5 (Main square of San Juan)
San Juan Ibiza
Tel +34 971 333 474
Iltalien restaurant – Authentic wholesome food with unique atmosphere. My all time favorite. A must.
San Lorenzo Ibiza
Tel +34 971325543
La Paloma Café
Natural foods and smoothies – the absolute best on the island.
Open for breakfast and lunch
San Lorenzo Ibiza
Tel +34 971325543
Paseo Juan Carlos I
Club restaurant & carbaret. Expensive but worth it.
Puerto Marina Botafoch Ibiza
Tel +34 971 310 022
Asian restaurant with lots of atmosphere.
Carretera de San Juan, km 8.5
07840 Santa Eulalia del Río
Tel +34 971 197 510
Italian restaurant with great atmosphere and real pizza.
Tel +34 971197835
Japanese and fusion restaurant – good sushi.
Ctra. San Juan km 9.5
Tel +34 971 807308
Fish and fusion restaurant overlooking Ibiza D’alt villa – good food – great atmosphere.
Es Puet de talamanca
07819 Talamanca Bay – Ibiza
Tel. +34 971193424
Fusion Food – average quality but probably the nicest setting on the island.
Road to San Juan km 15
Most hip Japanese in Ibiza. In and out of town.
+34 971 31 85 86
My favorite clubs
Pacha. A Ibiza classic. A must visit while on the island.
Underground. Very underground. Electronic music.
Ushuaia. Probably a must when visiting the island.
My favorite beaches
Jump of the rocks and watch the sunset at this hidden spot.
Turn left by sign to Cala Salada on the road from San Antonio direction St. Agnes, about 2 km past the public swimming pool.
Take a left just before the urbanization Loma Pinar, then left again at the power-hut with graffiti.
Follow the road to sea and park at the end.
Probably on of the most beautiful spots on the island. Crowded in season.
On the west coast between San José and San Antonio.
Rocky beach south of the airport. Home of the famous beach bar Blue Marlin.
Long sandy beach with legendary bars like Sa Trinxa and Jockey Club.
South of Ibiza town close to the airport.
Playa d’en Bossa south
Nice white sand and great selection of nice restaurants and bars. Crowded in season.
Longest beach just south of Ibiza town.
Very popular beach in the north with a couple of beach restaurants and craft shops.
Just north f St. Miquel.
A small secret beach in a cove surrounded by rocky cliffs – the prefect beach to go to when all other beaches are over crowded.
It has a small beach bar, which sometimes host very secret beach parties. The beach is only 10 minutes from Ibiza town near Jesus.
Water park with slides for all ages.
Playa d’en Bossa – right behind Space
San Juan market
Authentic market on the main square with locals selling crafts and interesting objects – every sunday.
Las Dalias market
The legendary hippie market in St. Carlos
The old town of Ibiza – a must visit when on our island.
Not big and very rustic – only if the kids are bored!
West San Antonio