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Eating & drinkingEating & drinking

Ibiza’s culture and history are reflected in the island’s culinary heritage. The island’s cuisine is strongly influenced by various Mediterranean cultures, in particular by Catalonian cuisine. Of course the island’s culinary culture is dominated by fresh fish, crustaceans and shellfish. As a tourist destination, Ibiza’s restaurants are of course able to cater for taste buds of all kinds.

Bon profit

Home-made Spanish meals at reasonable prices.
Address: Plaça des Parc, Ibiza City

Can Bigotis

A secluded restaurant in the Cala Mastella beach area. The owner goes fishing on a morning and during the afternoons and evenings he serves his catch in the form of “Arroz Marineras”. In order to book a table (which is a must), you must visit the restaurant in person a few days beforehand, as it doesn't have a telephone. It is rumoured that even the Spanish king would be refused if he had not booked…
Address: Cala Mastella, Sant Carles

Es Mirador

The specialities of this restaurant are fresh fish, paella and other traditional local dishes. The restaurant and bar offer magnificent panoramic views over Formentera. Open for lunch and dinner.
Address: The road to La Mola, the island of Formentera

El Chiringuito

Fish and snacks in the charming Es Cavallet beach bar.
Address: Platja d’Es Cavallet, Sant Francesc

Dos Lunas

This is a favourite restaurant of royalty and celebrities and the food is really delicious! You are strongly advised to book in advance. Dishes cost around € 20-30.
Address: The road to Sant Rafael from Ibiza City

La Brasa

Here you will find a choice of various fish, crustacean and shellfish dishes, which you can enjoy in magnificent surroundings.
Address: Carrer Pere Sala 3, Ibiza City


Café Sidney

This is the place for a relaxed brunch on a Sunday; somewhere to see and be seen. This café in Marina Botafoch offers a picturesque view of the old centre on the opposite side of the harbour.
Address: Marina Botafoch, Ibiza City

Cafetería Claudio

Jam-packed in the summer and renowned for serving the best Serrano ham (smoked) on the island.
Address: Carrer d’Antoni Jaume 3, Ibiza City

Chill Internet Café

This café serves breakfast and snacks, whilst you keep up-to-date with current events via the internet.
Address: Carrer de la Vía Púnica 49, Ibiza City

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