Ibiza - Travel Guide
Ibiza is one of my favorite places that I’ve ever been to. I like it so much, I go every change I get a long weekend...imagine.. Its only June, and I have already been there twice this summer. Year after year I go, and I allways discover something new. So here is my guide for where to stay, and where to eat while you’re there! It’s a 2.5 hour flight there, depending where you are in Europe.
In this post I will tell you my favorite spots for breakfast, lunch and dinner. In a Part 2 of this Guide I will do the places you must visit while you are in Ibiza and the things you must-do. This blog post would be forever long if I included it all here.
WHERE TO STAY
The Villa - Casa Dos
When I go to Ibiza I dont like to stay in hotels. The hotels are usually crowded and too many tourists. I always get together with a group of friends and rent a villa. There are villas of all sizes and for every wallet. This past summer I was in Ibiza for 3 weeks and stayed in different places ( I will make another post with the other villa pictures). This particular villa in the picture above, was spec-ta-cu-lar. It had a Bali vibe to it, the house was hooked up with the sickest Sonos surround sound system, inside and outside. It had 4 bedrooms and it could fit 8 people. If you want to stay here too www.trueibiza.com
You'll need a car to get around in Ibiza, make sure you rent one online and pick it up at the airport upon your arrival. I like to use a local car rental company, Centauro. They are the most economical, and do not require a deposit to rent the car ( deposits are usually 1500 euros) they are not inside the airport, but there is a little shuttle that takes you to their offices 2 minutes just of the airport.
WHERE TO EAT
El Chiringuito Es Cavallet beach, The views are beautiful. Its a restaurant / bar by the beach, it also has sun beds by the water and beach service. Great place to go for lunch. Make sure you call and reserve a table before you go. If you arrive early, order the eggs benedict, made with locally sourced ingredients or the burrata tomato salad made with the tastiest tomatoes grown in Ibiza. The seafood in this place is also incredible and the watermelon and mint juice is a trip. http://elchiringuitoibiza.com
Amante Beach in Santa Eulalia is THE lunch destination if you want to relax, eat exquisite food made with the freshest produce, in front of stunning views. Healthy mediterranean menu. They also do morning beach Yoga & breakfast. https://www.amanteibiza.com
Cotton Beach Club another great lunch spot cool atmosphere, and tell me what do you think about the view?
Sa Punta, Talamanca Beach Innovative menus and exceptional service in Sa Punta, Patchwork and Ginger, these are essential restaurants in Ibiza – for visitors and residents alike – to experience over and over again.
La Paloma organic restaurant, located in San Lorenzo, a little village right in the middle of the island. Perfect spot if you are vegan or vegetarian the food is fantastic. Highly recommend. http://palomaibiza.com
For breakfast, I like to go to cappuccino in the Ibiza Marina. It has the most spectacular view of Ibiza Old town.