One of the island’s most famous beaches is Playa d’en Bossa: home of the Torre del Mar hotel. As well as being over three kilometres in length, it’s famous for hosting countless bars, restaurants, beach clubs and discos. But since it’s eating (well) that currently concerns us, here are some mouth-watering suggestions. Some recommendations: the grilled meat at Can Mosson Guillemis, Beachclub Ibiza (its name says it all) and Sir Rocco Trattoria (for lovers of Italian cuisine).
The pretty cove known as Cala Jondal is, apart from being a beautiful part of Ibiza that is well worth visiting, a perfect beach for savouring delicious Mediterranean-style food with the finest views. Awaiting you there is the famous Blue Marlin (where you’ll be able to enjoy the finest late-night music and a 100% Ibizan atmosphere), as well as Tropicana, Yemanjá and Casa Jondal.
Cala d’Hort is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful beaches on the island of Ibiza. Crystal-clear waters and the iconic isle of Es Vedrà offshore contribute to a truly unique landscape. Savouring an Ibizan meal with these views is possible at El Carmen and Es Boldadò restaurants. Both serve mouth-watering Mediterranean and Ibizan fare.
An unspoilt and different beach in Ibiza, Cala Nova is one of the most beautiful spots on the east of the island. Crystal-clear waters, white sand and a backdrop comprising a sizeable wooded area are its chief attractions, as well as its well-known restaurants. Prominent among these are Atzaró Beach (with a Mediterranean menu) and Aiyanna (healthy and international food).
Paradise exists…and if you don’t believe it, set course for Cala Tarida. This beach will make you believe you’ve stumbled upon a little piece of heaven. The fact is that its waters are so intensely turquoise that you’ll have trouble believing what’s right in front of your eyes. As well as being one of the must-see beaches in Ibiza, it’s perfect for spending an entire day because it boasts a variety of restaurant options, notable among which are Ca’s Milà, Ses Eufabies (both with Mediterranean and Ibizan offerings) Can Yucas (rice and fish dishes) and Chiringuito Cala Tarida (tapas, sandwiches and burgers), among many other possibilities.
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