On both sides of Ibiza harbor, you can find all kinds of restaurants and pubs from cheap to classy.
In Marina Botafoc, find a snack or a drink in the Capuccino Café. As for food, a lot of restaurants there but a bit pricey.
Our favorite the Sushi Point: asian food and great cocktails with a DJ mixing all night live.
In the old harbor, at the foot of the old town, better go for a drink in one of the bars, the show is everywhere on the street right in front of you.
You can even find a few poles on the terraces like at the Foly’s – this is also the place where we get our disco tickets, btw…
2 favorites there for food: the Formentera for its amazing Paella and the San Telmo for Hot Fudge Chocolate & Orange Crepes.
Special insider tips:
Near Plaza del Parque in Ibiza Town, a beautiful garden with a wooden grill.
Directly at the exit of Eivissa Harbour, this is a little Tapas place very friendly and typically local.
Great for snacks or big meals with a group.
On Figueretas promenade, a fusion cuisine of Spanish and Balinese food.
Low prices and great cocktails.
Even a “polable” roof…
Little Tapas bar on the beach, directly next to the hotel (5 min walk).
Very friendly atmosphere for a snack nearby.
On the road of San Juan, in a middle of a bamboo forest, enjoy Asian fusion cuisine in a lounge atmosphere.
Classy dress code required.
On the road of Santa Eularia on top of a hill, the most romantic French restaurant of the island.
Have some food in a flowery garden with candle lights.
Lost in the Ibizenco country side, a high-class spa and restaurant, huge gardens, cocktail bar and exquisite food.
A full meal might be a bit more expensive but the fresh squeezed cocktails and the beauty of the view make the drive worth it…
1001 nights atmosphere with fine food, a club and good music.
Little plus: they have 2 poles!
Prices a bit expensive though… Classy dress code once again.