Ibiza’s Best Beach Restaurants

Sail for your supper

Serena Cook, founder of luxury concierge firm, Deliciously Sorted, knows Ibiza inside out. Here, she tells Superyacht Life the best spots on the island to rock up to by boat.


Es Torrent

This is one of Ibiza's most treasured restaurants, which has been serving up the island’s freshest fish for over three decades. Surrounded by red cliffs and crystal-clear waters, and set on the stylish south coast strip, the restaurant takes their food so seriously that all dishes must be ordered a day in advance.


Es Xarcu

A well-preserved secret, Es Xarcu can be found in a small, tranquil bay on Ibiza’s south coast, dishing up fantastic seafood. The setting is gloriously rustic, in one of Ibiza’s renowned ‘chiringuitos’ (simple restaurant huts), and the food is lovingly made, with a great selection of wines.


Blue Marlin

A trip to the White Isle wouldn't be complete without a stop at the legendary Blue Marlin beach club. The jetsetters' hotspot regularly plays host to world-famous DJs setting the party vibe alfresco on the terrace, whilst their kitchen and bars serve up delicious plates and cocktails throughout the day and night.


Cala Bassa Beach Club

This wonderful beach club, west of the island, caters to families and party people alike. Expect a great selection of food (including some excellent sushi) across the club’s four different restaurants, as well as all shapes and sizes of sun loungers, including big double beds, shaded under low-hanging trees.


Es Boldado

Es Boldado enjoys incredible views over the much-loved and mystical island of Es Vedra but it is equally loved for its authentic food, with seafood a speciality.



Juan y Andrea

Juan y Andrea, a firm celebrity favourite, boasts incredible views out over Formentera's turquoise waters. The food is largely considered to be the island’s best, served up by waiters who walk barefoot across the sand.


Beso Beach

The best of Mediterranean and Basque cuisine is served at this easy-going, relaxed hangout. Beso Beach has a wonderfully weathered, rustic charm, making it a local favourite.


Es Moli de Sal

Set in a renovated mill with stunning views and a wonderful terrace, Es Moli de Sal is a fabulous spot to spend the day. Be sure to stay long enough to enjoy an aperitif as the sun sets.

Dominique Afacan
Dominique Afacan
Dominique writes about all things luxury for Forbes.com, Condé Nast Traveller, Boat International and many more. Since joining the superyachting world, she's raced at the St Barths Bucket, kissed the America's Cup in Bermuda and taken a polar plunge in Antarctica.