Es Tragón, Cala Gracioneta


The wait is finally over: Ibiza gained it´s first Michelin Star restaurant in 2020. As they themselves report on their website, Es Tragón is committed to fine dining “with influence from street foods”, where creativity and respect for the raw materials of the young chef Álvaro Sanz Clavijo (Madrid 1983) prevail. The setting is pleasant if not overly impressive. There are 3 ‘menús de degustacion’ to choose from. As ever you get hits and misses on these menus but overall the experience of the food journey you are taken on is excellent and it is a trip not to be missed if you get the chance. 


Hostal La Torre

Located just north of Cala Gracio with a view to Isla Conejera and the other little rocky islands off the west coast. The terraced restaurant of the hostal provides for stunning sunsets and a good selection of tapas and well priced Med / Asian fusion food. The restaurant got badly damaged in a fire in the winter of 2019 but since it reopened it looks even better. While the music is spinning and the view is hard to exceed, order a delicious cocktail for a great night. No Beach.


Es Nautic

San Antonio marina.
Watch the boats moor into the marina as you dig into your extensive seafood platter and sip away on your champagne in San Antonio’s luxurious newly built yacht club. Perhaps it lacks a bit of atmosphere but the restaurant is a busy place with posh locals so reserve in advance.


Sa Capella

San Antonio outskirts, on road to Santa Ines. The restaurant is in a beautiful old monastery and has stunning vaulted ceilings. The food is traditional Spanish and has for years been one of the best restaurants on the island. Recent reviews have not been as glowing as it’s history however.

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