In Ibiza sunsets are a religion and we can’t get enough of them …we selected the best sunset restaurants for sunset seekers. Here below the list with a selection depending how you would like to spend it on a restaurant on the beach or in a different setting.
Considered an unmissable Balearic experience that over the years has evolved into a revered ritual. The precise timing of the sunset varies throughout the year. So make sure to check exactly when you’ll need to be in place to fully experience the moment.
The sunset time in Ibiza is usually between 6 pm in the height of winter and the around 9:30 pm during the summer months. July and August are the island’s peak months. So if you plan to visit then, make sure to reserve a table to be sure of a good seat.
Set in San Antonio on the Sunset Strip, Mint Lounge is a new concept of a lounge-bar with fresh cocktails and authentic Italian cuisine with artisan pizzas, suggestive pasta dishes and refreshing salads.
The cocktails are made with tropical fruit, with specialties like the delicious passion fruit caipiroska. Mint incorporates a minimalist and modern design to create a cosmopolitan space.
The chillout music is the perfect accompaniment to the wonderful spectacle of the sun sinking into the sea each evening. A modern and tasteful menu with a selection of creative cocktails and delightful home made pizzas. Mint Lounge is the perfect destination to spend the afternoon and evening – come and join. Enjoy the best variety of Balearic chill and deep house music.
Roto, Photo Credit Roto Ibiza
Set in the centre of Ibiza’s marina, ROTO is a true escape from the frenzied Ibiza nightlife party scene. Floating above water, generations of Ibiza sunset chasers have sat on the very place where the restaurant is now located. Describing itself as a club and a restaurant, it allows itself to be flexible in being whatever the visitor wants it to be. Although not as quiet as a traditional restaurant, the vibe buzzes with that zealous Ibiza charm. If you want to read more about ROTO’s unique setting and other Ibiza restaurants that draw movie inspiration.
a combination of Italian, and Arab influences combined with traditional Spanish flavours. While the menu is ever-changing, you never know what to expect. But one thing is always present: spices. When we dined at ROTO, so many unusual dishes with amazing flavour combinations caught our eye. We settled on the creamy rice with prawns, cuttlefish and mushrooms. Another favourite of ours that if you see on the menu, don’t skip out on: is the tempura, which has a uniquely spicy batter you won’t find anywhere else.
We love having wine paired with a stunning sunset at ROTO. Served with manchego, bread, and olives, it’s the perfect way to enjoy a luxurious Ibiza sunset.
ROTO is an excellent choice for the daring. very different from the Ibiza sunset restaurant scene, offering adventurous menu choices for those with gastronomic taste.
The View at 7 Pines Kempinski
7 Pines Kempiski photo credit Kempiski Ibiza
The View is set in the luxe 7 Pines Kempiski and overlooks breath-taking panoramic vistas of the glittering sea. With its glassed façade set at the edge of the cliff, the restaurant allows for the seating areas to blend seamlessly so you can soak in the sunset views of the mystic island of Ibiza: Es Vedrà. At sunset, join in the hotel’s daily Sunset Ritual hosted by The Cone Club, another restaurant of the hotel, which is situated right below The View. Sit back and relax as the sky goes through a kaleidoscope of vibrant colours and the sea bursts into flames.
when you choose to enjoy the Ibiza sunset at the VIEW you will be assured to taste and have the best ingredients, sourced regionally and seasonally whenever possible. Prepared on a robata – an ancient cooking method from northern Japan – most of the ingredients are grilled over hot charcoal, resulting in extraordinary flavours and textures that stimulate mouth-watering experiences. Our insider tip is to book the 12-seat chef’s table in advance. It provides an exclusive dining experience, where you can fully interact with the dining staff to try new and exciting flavours from the kitchen.
the list of the most exceptional wines is curated by the sommelier.. with a great knowledge in suggesting pairings that serve to enhance the natural essence of every plate.
The View is a restaurant that has one of the most grand views of the classic Ibiza sunset.
Beso Beach, photo credit Beso Beach Ibiza
Looking for a classic beach club vibe, Beso Beach is what you should choose for your perfect sunset. With stunning sunset views on the A-list’s favourite beach of Illetes, it’s become one of the most iconic places to see and be seen.
Here you can expect tasting the best of Basque combined with Mediterranean cuisine. All the ingredients are local and bio, just the best flavours you’ll probably find on the island. Either have your meal at the restaurant or take advantage of the club’s beach service. Is there anything better than enjoy your meal on your personal lounge bed with your feet in the sand?
You can never go wrong with Sangria when in Spain and Beso does it perfectly. The ideal cold and refreshing drink to match with the warmth of the sun, the blood red cocktail will pair perfectly with the colours of the setting sun.
If you want to experience a beach bar vibe Beso is the place where you want to be. Rustic while still being glamorous, and luxurious while not being pretentious.
Cotton Beach Club
Cotton Beach Club, Photo Credit Cotton Beach Club Ibiza
This is the perfect setting for your celebrations. Located in Cala Tarida, this all-white clifftop beach club is a bit different than the usually boho vibe of Ibiza.
You will be amazed by the terrace of this restaurant overlooking the turquoise waters and offering a front-row seat of an idyllic Ibiza sunset: welcome to the
Cotton Beach Club matches the perfectly pressed, glamorous, and glossy crowd that it attracts.
Here you should try the sushi. Fresh and light, the sushi rolls are the perfect way to start your meal. What they’re particularly known for is their Omakase. It’s an astonishing 100 piece set of a mix of nigiri, sashimi, sushi, that is our top pick for larger groups. If you aren’t a huge sushi fan, you should start with the grilled octopus, a myriad of flavours; salty octopus paired with a sweet potato puree, black garlic, and coriander for a touch of freshness.
You should try the Aperol Maracuyá. A combination of aperol, passion fruit, cava, peach purée, and sparkling water that is bound to get you in a great mood. Or you should try the Sangria, served in a large jug meant for sharing, Cotton has its own sumptuous secret recipe.
Cotton Beach Club is the best place to enjoy the sunset if you’re celebrating a special occasion; a birthday, anniversary, or just a great day out with friends and family. It prides itself of its atmosphere of being busy, but not hectic. A place that’s perfect for those who are looking for that classic Ibiza ambience without wanting to party too hard after your meal.
Cafe del Mar
Café del Mar, Ibiza, photo credit Café del Mar Ibiza
Cafe del Mar is located at the seafront of San Antonio’s promenade, the cafe offers the perfect view of a laid-back sunset accompanied with a good drink. The Cafe del Mar is considered as THE sunset bar on the island. In addition to delicious drinks, cold beer and typical Spanish sangria, the Cafe del Mar is a great place to eat. Already in 1980, the Cafe served drinks on its terrace, accompanied by magical sundowners in a relaxed atmosphere with matching music. The Cafe del Mar was an inspiration not only for the opening of further sunset bars in Ibiza, but also became famous for its unique chill-out compilations. The Cafe del Mar has created its very special chillout music, which makes that extraordinary Ibiza flair. The style of music continues to shape Ibiza’s music scene to this day, as it is the source of Deephouse sounds, which are not only popular and often played on the island itself.
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