Ibiza: Where to eat & drink out of season

Ibiza is (justifiably) famous across the globe as a brilliant place to visit in summer. The island is filled with visitors from all over the continents looking for one of the most unique destinations to experience some of the best beaches, parties and restaurants that the Mediterranean has to offer.

Most people’s memories of the islands will only ever have been from summertime so it begs the question – what’s Ibiza like outside of the summer season?

Ibiza is now a travel destination offering incredible luxury and wellness experiences. If you’re looking for serenity on the ‘White Island’, visiting in the off-season is the best way to enjoy the scenery and cultural offerings of this popular travel destination, as well as make the most of its culinary and wellness offerings.

Where to eat and drink

Although many of the island’s dining hotspots shut their doors when winter comes, some of the best stay committed to opening all year round. You might have to travel a little further than you would in summer but when you reach one of these restaurants open all year in Ibiza, you’ll be glad you made the journey.

From classic tapas and Mediterranean menus to Japanese sushi and tasty Italians, we’ve included a few of our favourites!

Hostal La Torre sits just north of San Antonio on the west of the island. They have an extensive tapas menu, as well as a range of fresh seafood for you to enjoy whilst being surrounded by breathtaking sea views.

Wow Ibiza is open from noon and offers impressive brunch and dinner menus. Wow Ibiza is spacious yet cosy with retro decor and a lively cosmopolitan atmosphere. It also has a concept store as well as live DJ’s to soundtrack your dining experience.

To the south of the island at Cala Jondal, you’ll find Yemanja, one of the island’s most authentic beach restaurants & bars. They’ve been serving traditional Spanish cuisine for over 30 years and are famous for their seafood and paella.

On the coast of Ses Salinas nature reserve, overlooking the neighbouring island Formentera, the family-run La Escollera has been serving paella on the beach for over 25 years. The menu is typically Spanish and Mediterranean, with fresh fish and meat, but there are vegan options too, including a delicious vegan paella.

Places like The Boat House, Coto Ibiza and Es Mercat are also other fantastic places to eat during the winter months in Ibiza.

If you’re wondering where you can get your hands on the best cocktails that Ibiza has to offer; Wow and The Boat House are our top recommendations.

If you’re wondering where you can get your hands on the best cocktails that Ibiza has to offer, look no further. Here are some of our top recommendations for cocktail bars offering the most delicious pit stops whilst you explore the island.

Always offering regular live music and other events to accompany the fine cuisine, Nagai has a spectacular cocktail menu.

Mira Ibiza and The Standard Ibiza are also fabulous spots to enjoy a cocktail in the winter sunshine.

Our restaurant recommendations above also all offer outstanding beverages. Especially Wow Ibiza who offer a massive range of cocktails, an extensive wine list, and gins from all around the world.

Which one will you visit?