Restaurants in Ibiza
Ibiza offers visitors an impressive range of restaurants with both local cuisine and international options to suit all tastes and budgets. Ibiza has become a real foodie destination, with chefs reviving traditional local dishes. Gastronomic experiences range from an authentic paella on the beach to rustic roasts in farmhouse restaurants.
As you stroll beneath a tropical canopy of bamboo, past the watchful stone statues, you’d be forgiven for thinking you were in Ubud or Goa, rather than the Ibiza countryside. Lovingly created, Bambuddha is a restaurant Temple.
Nestled in the peaceful hills outside San Antonio is Sa Capella, one of Ibiza’s most divine dining experiences, housed in a 400-year-old monastery chapel that legend says is haunted and where locals rub shoulders with famous visitors and blissful tourists alike.
The grounds at Can Domingo are supremely romantic. Surrounded by lush gardens, a 100-year old olive and fragrant fruit trees, with breathtaking views over the valley below, a wedding at Can Domingo channels the love that keeps the Island’s heart beating.
Amante Beach Club & Restaurant
Amante Ibiza is breathtaking by day and when the sun goes down. As darkness settles over the Med, the spectacular cliff faces of Sol Den Serra are illuminated with elegant coloured lighting, transforming the secluded cove into a magical dining destination.
At the furthest point of Talamanca Bay, with breathtaking views to Dalt Vila sits chic Ibiza fine dining destination Sa Punta. Signature dishes include summer black truffle risotto, Bresse chicken roasted with thyme and sun-dried tomatoes and melt-in-your-mouth Nebraska ribeye steak.