Great Ibiza Restaurants with a Sea View
Ibiza is a beautiful island, where there are plenty of things to do, whether you’re after a chilled out day, a dance to Balearic beats with the celeb set or visiting a beach club there is always a reason to enjoy your time.
Ibiza has become renowned for having the best in style flavours. From a simple beach side lunch or a sophisticated candle lit dining, you will have so many choices to choose from.
We picked for your three of the most beautiful Ibiza restaurants with a view, selected by the service, the experience and of course the sea view.
Hostal La Torre Ibiza
Hostal La Torre Ibiza is located on the west coast of San Antonio, Cap Negreat on the relaxed part of Ibiza Island, just 3 km from the centre of Sant Antoni, La Torre is surrounded by beautiful Mediterranea vegetation, the coves of Cala Gració and Punta Galera. The perfect place to relax and enjoy one of most magic sunsets of the world.
Enjoy a Mediterranean atmosphere full of nature and leisure, Free WiFi for guests and free parking is available at the hotel.
Nikki Beach Ibiza
Nikki Beach Ibiza is a restaurant located on the East coast of the island in Santa Eulalia. It is set on a magnificent beachfront setting, boasting a beautiful Mediterranean Sea View, the beach club and the restaurant boast inspired cuisine, refreshing signature cocktails and dance to the beats of resident and guest DJs.
El Carmen is set in one of the most magical places on the Ibiza island facing the sea, in front of the islets of Es Vedrà and Es Vedranell boasting a magnificent sunset.
Looking out at the island’s iconic landmark of Es Vedra. Classic, Mediterranean cooking is what fuels the philosophy behind the family-run El Carmen.
The greatest specialties include fresh fish and rice, a taste of one of their typical desserts or simply a refreshing drink on the terrace.
Keeping in line with the natural, majestic landscape it sits on, El Carmen’s service. If you want to experience a typical old-fashioned, attentive that is where you should go. Take a seat right at the opening and bask in the sights with an extensive wine menu. Advance booking is preferred, the coveted front-row gets booked up fast. Arrive when doors open midday for coffee, Spanish omelette and toasts and stay to watch the sky turn pink over Es Vedra.
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