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  1. New Restaurants & Beach Clubs – Ibiza 2016

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    Ok, so you might be thinking a ‘new for 2016’ blog post is a bit slow off the mark in the heady days of August. Well you’re not wrong, but there’s been a string of fairly late openings as licences and building works take longer than any nervous restaurant owner might expect…and we’ve been a little busy reviewing! Anyway, here are five brand new restaurants that (might) be worth checking out on your holidays this August;
     

     

    Cala Bonita

     

    The enchanting bay of S’estanyol has always been one of Ibiza’s coolest and not-so-well-known spots. There is just a single beach restaurant there and it’s been a favourite amongst locals for private parties and skinny dips for years. The restaurant has just been taken over by a new team, headed up by Australian TV celebrity chef Karen Martini. She has a string of awards and credits to her name from ‘down under’ and the menu at Cala Bonita looks great with the focus on Mediterranean flavours using local organic produce. We haven’t eaten here ourselves yet but we will be driving down S’estanyol’s bumpy track very soon. The reports are of mouth watering food at eye watering prices. Service levels tbc.
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    Can Bass

     

    Opening a restaurant next to a main road can be a recipe for disaster but perhaps not so in Ibiza. Can Bass opened up in June at km7 on the Ibiza /San Jose road. With the help of a fair few containers of teak furniture from Bali , a good effort has been made at making some intimate areas creating a nice atmosphere. It’s a surprisingly big place. When we ate here the menu was interesting but not complicated. It has a Spanish Mediterranean theme with a lot of variety. The food was decent, the service willing and the prices surprisingly good (year one strategy perhaps). Some kid friendly options on the menu too. It’s probably not worth driving across the island to, but if you are in this area for dinner then we thoroughly recommend it. It might be the next km5. Best of luck to the Basque owners.
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    Coricancha

     

    The Blue Marlin Group have just opened up their latest venture on the road across the salt lakes to Salinas. It’s a Japanese Peruvian Nikkei restaurant. They have worked very hard to deliver the theme from menu to decor. It’s a pretty spot and you really can see the flamingoes in the salt lakes (if you have good eyesight). The service was excellent and staff were evangelical about the ingredients and the dishes. But this can be a double edged sword. The bar of expectation is set very high when you are briefed on the food so professionally. It was tasty but not everything hits expectation . Great Ceviche, great desserts , main courses disappointing. We will be returning once they have settled in a bit more
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    IT in Cala Moli

     

    On the back of the success of IT in Marina Botafoch (a fantastic modern Italian restaurant which we love ) , IT have taken over the beach club at Cala Moli. It’s the only restaurant in this pretty west coast bay and it even has a swimming pool. So, the fundamental ingredients were there for something special and it was only a matter of time before someone grabbed one of the last great beach club opportunities on the island. The new owners have done a great job and the place oozes style. We haven’t eaten there yet but if the food is on a par with it’s Marina Botafoch sister it will complete a very special location on the island.
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    The Cotton Beach Club Lounge (Figueretes)

     

    Yet another brand extension. This time from the owners of the Cotton Beach Club / Fay sushi restaurant in Cala Tarida . This is a different offering. More of a cafe restaurant. It is a great place for breakfast but it doesn’t sit alongside it’s west coast partner in quality for lunch or dinner. Stunning sea views but in somewhat ordinary surroundings. Figueretes is up and coming but still needs to come up a fair bit to support high restaurant prices. But with a new 5 star hotel opening set for 2017 around the corner and the possible redevelopment of the paseo maritimo (board walk) maybe they have seen the light before anyone else. Let’s see. 
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    For our full island restaurant guide just click here.

    Happy eating!

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  2. Summer 2015 – Last Minute Villas Availability

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    Rustic chic heaven

     

    Enjoy the rustic chic lifestyle in Ibiza this summer. We still have a (very small) handful of weeks available in some beautiful ibicencan country houses. They are all wonderfully ‘campo cool’ and only a few minutes from beautiful bays and beaches.

    We hope to see you out here enjoying your blissful island break soon.

     

    Can Curt – available July 11 to July 25   >> View details

     

    Ca’Nablaya – available July 11 to July 18  /  August 29 to september 5 >> View details

     

    Can Vildas – available July 4 to July 25   >> View details

     

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  3. The London Evening Standard names its best 8 beaches in Ibiza, and naturally our…

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    The London Evening Standard names its best 8 beaches in Ibiza, and naturally our favourite Cala Jondal gets a mention. How many have you visited?

    http://www.standard.co.uk/lifestyle/travel/the-8-best-beaches-in-ibiza-10292799.html

    Ibiza may have been famous for its techno fuelled nights and well, techno fuelled nights. But, as of late, word of the island’s beauty is starting to spread globally and, finally, its laidback charm is shining through – with a focus firmly on its beaches. From local to sceney and everything in between…

    Update.  please see our own superior guide to Ibiza’s best restaurants and beach clubs

  4. Amazing October stay in Ibiza

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    If you want to jet out for a long weekend of partying, escape for a late summer romantic break or get away with the kids for the October holidays please let us know as we have some fantastic villas for surprisingly low prices.

    Beautiful villas in Ibiza’s best locations

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    2014 has been a fantastic year for Ibiza and 2015 is shaping up to be even more special. We are already taking a lot of bookings so if you want to stay in a beautiful villa and have specific dates please get in touch fast. All our lovely villas from this season are available for 2015 and we have also just taken on the stunning Can Ras, a stylish 6 bedroom Villa with breathtaking views over ibiza’s south coast to Formentera.

    We hope to hear from you soon! 
     
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    Our other villas:

     
     

    C´anouch

    Location: San José
    Sleeps: 10
    Prices from: €5,000 per week

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    C´anablaya

    Location: Santa Gertrudis
    Sleeps: 12
    Prices from: €5,750 per week

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    Can Coco

    Location: San Jose
    Sleeps: 10
    Prices from: €5,000 per week

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    Can Canto

    Location: Santa Gertrudis
    Sleeps: 8
    Prices from: €5,000 per week

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    Can Dos Rocas

    Location: Cala Conta
    Sleeps: 12
    Prices from: €8,500 per week

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    Villa Sky

    Location: CRoca Llisa
    Sleeps: 8
    Prices from: €3,000 per week

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    Can Curt

    Location: Cala Jondal
    Sleeps: 12
    Prices from: €5,000 per week

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    Can La Pi

    Location: Es Torrent
    Sleeps: 6
    Prices from: €3,250 per week

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    Can Calma

    Location: Cala Jondal
    Sleeps: 12
    Prices from: €5,250 per week

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    Can Torrent

    Location: Porroig
    Sleeps: 10
    Prices from: €4,000 per week

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