Atzaro Beach

Cala Nova. The famous Atzaro agroturismo hotel also has a beach restaurant/cocktail bar that remains very much in tune with the Atzaro brand. Fresh local products and seafood make for some great meals and the tone is Spanish. This is more sedate and restaurant focussed than a beach club and it blends better with Cala Nova which is very much a family beach. Worth a visit if you are in the area but probably not worth making a special island crossing.


Amante Beach Club


Sol d’en Serra. Ibiza´s east coast has a lack of stylish restaurants but Amante (plus Cala Bonita) makes up for that. A stunning spot perched on the cliff above the lovely bay of Sol d’en Serra with South Easterly views, it is a special spot for lunch or dinner. The Mediterranean based menu is excellent and there are plenty of sun beds to relax on after a long lunch. The beach below is not always the best for swimming off but once you are in the water it is lovely and clear.


Casa Piedra

Cala Llonga. Fusion cuisine, mostly prepared in a charcoal oven with an Asian touch, you will be surprised to discover the menu features Vietnamese cuisine and sushis. Enjoy dining on a cozy terrace open to the countryside. The place is very romantic, in a typical farmhouse surrounded with olive and lemon trees.        


Nikki Beach

Playa S’Argamassa beach (just north of Santa Eulalia). The brand name says it all. A carbon copy of the other Nikki Beaches. The look, the menu, and arguably the clientele are all identical too. The problem is that Nikki Beach works ok in places where there are no beach clubs, but Ibiza has had them for years, and much better ones than this. There is great service, good food and wonderfully expensive cocktails but the lack of originality and not very central location takes the edge off it. Perhaps worth a visit if you are close by, otherwise easy to miss. The accompanying Me hotel is decent and well organised.                        


El Bigotes

Cala Mastella. The stuff of legend? Until recently you couldn’t book by phone at El Bigotes; reportedly there wasn’t one. The King of Spain, Juan Carlos 2, was allegedly turned away quite a few years ago for failing to know the rules. Whether the story is true or not is debatable but it ́s done its trick and El Bigotes is much in demand for a weekend lunch. Always seafood; fresh fish, a good paella, fish soup etc. Perhaps the best ‘Bullet de peix’ on the island, a wonderful local fish stew dish.

  • +34 650 79 76 33


Can Domo

Cala Longa. A charming agroturismo from French owners who have transformed an old farm into a little paradise, Excellent French Mediterranean cuisine created with high quality fresh ingredients and a great personal service. Very romantic atmosphere near the swimming pool in the middle of the campo. They won a Michelin star in 2019, so certainly recommended for an amazing dinner.


Babylon Beach

Santa Eularia. With a tagline like “Organic Goodness by the Sea” you can be sure you will be getting good produce – they are sourced locally from C’an Pere Mussona farm. A mix of traditional and modern food and a place that hosts a nice relaxed atmosphere. There is a big kids zone to keep the little ones entertained but the beach is not really a beach as you have to go down some steps to enter the sea and it is tricky swimming from there. There is often live music or some kind of visual entertainment during the summer months.


Chiringuito Blue

Santa Eularia. This new beach club opened its doors in 2018 and it was exactly what Santa Eulalia needed. It’s very much a town beach club but Ibiza’s most pleasant. Very good quality food, perfect service in a lovely set-ting for decent prices. Here you will find all you want for an enjoyable day right on the sand. Thanks to their kids activities you have your hands free to enjoy your lunch and a glass of wine. 


Aiyanna Beach Club

Cala Nova. Aiyanna is the new venture by the owners of the highly successful Amante Beach Club. It joins Atzaro Beach Club on the sandy Cala Nova beach, on Ibiza’s North East coast, and the beach will be further placed on the radar of well-heeled foreigners in addition to its very local audience. The restaurant serves up fresh, healthy and seasonal food in barefoot chic surroundings.                        


Cala Bonita

Cala Bonita

S’Estanyol. 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 was taken over by a new team in 2016, headed up by Australian TV celebrity chef Karen Martini. She has a string of awards ‘down under’ and the food at Cala Bonita is fantastic. The focus is on Mediterranean flavours using local organic produce with an Aussie twist to many of the dishes. We recommend the seabass and the pasta Sardi. A laid back but stylish set up. Well worth the drive down S’Estanyol’s long bumpy track.


Passion café

Santa Eularia. Healthy food looking like a true piece of art, All made with love and the best quality, mainly organic ingredients. Great for breakfast, brunch and lunch. But we have to warn you, once you have tasted their fresh juices you might become addicted. Now 7 locations on the island, including San Jose, Ibiza Marina, San Antonio & Santa Eulalia. 

  • +34 971 80 10 85


Es Terral

Santa Eularia along the boardwalk. A French husband and wife team who have recently opened an authentic French restaurant in Santa Eularia. A popular place as it is good value for food and very personalized service.                        

  • +34 628 58 13 14


Koba & Uhla by Um

Santa Eularia Promenade. These two amazing seaside hideaways offer a unique blend of luxury and comfort. The first is a seafront restaurant and the second a laidback, cool beach club; both feature organic, wooden furnishing, with natural textured, earth coloured decor elements. The music is a real treat and their variety of fresh summer salads and the Ribeye steak are excellent.