Ibiza has long been the destination of leisure. A place where the rich and famous let their hair down and soak up the glistening sun along the Mediterranean coastline. And while the party island has seen regulations around clubs, noise and private parties tightened even before the pandemic – this hasn’t stopped European travelers from satisfying their desire to indulge in a boozy lunch at one of the local beach clubs at this party island.
Lunch has become the new night out, and Ibiza’s finest kitchens are describing demand higher even than the record 2019 season. The island is going through its second Summer of Lunch and these are the hottest tickets in town.
Renowned for its coastal but traditional vibe – the Casa Maca has long been a beloved hang-out spot for affluent travelers wanting to escape their busy corporate schedules. Surrounded by countryside, this premium hotel in a whitewashed former farmhouse is 4 km from both Ibiza Cathedral and Platja de ses Figueretes, a vibrant beach. Featuring exposed beams, 10 individually decorated, rustic-chic rooms with access to Wi-Fi, flat screens, safes, and minibars, plus tea and coffeemakers – this is the perfect retreat to spend the week or enjoy an afternoon lunch.
El Silencio is more than just a restaurant, bar, or venue. It is an experiential hangout, designed for local and global creatives to come together and establish meaningful connections beneath the Balearic sun and stars. A sanctuary for soul searching and a magnet for creativity, this new venture is a return to the halcyon days of old, as we collectively navigate today’s altered reality.
A new kind of experience – a beautiful mess that rekindles the laid-back, interconnected vibe of the 70s, where all ages and backgrounds mix and will want to spend hours together.
Described by Silencio founder and owner Arnaud Frisch
El Silencio evokes nostalgia, hope, and bliss. Simplicity, quality, comfort, and connectivity are at its heart – here, freedom, inclusivity, and happiness reign. So, it’s no wonder why this local hotspot is the destination of choice for those seeking a prosperous summer.
Located on the south coast of Ibiza, this little gem is situated between the beaches of Porroig and Sa Caixota. The Es Torrent is surrounded by beautiful cliffs, and an unspoiled beach made up of mostly pebbles and a very small strip of sand. With an impeccable selection of wine to choose from – the Es Torrent also offers its patrons an extensive cigar list and is notorious for its catch-of-the-day and seafood alternatives on its menu. If you ask us – this is the ideal spot to dip your toes into the sand and enjoy a crisp chardonnay with some freshly caught squid.
Casa Jondal Ibiza
The Casa Jondal is one of the most prestigious beach clubs in Ibiza. There’s always something happening in Cala Jondal, from the lunchtime rush in the restaurants to the après-beach cocktails in the bars and even live music and entertainment. The mood is casual as diners stroll from table to beach and swim between courses. But there the similarities end. Make no mistake, this is a luxury of the best and most stealthy kind.
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