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10 beaches in Ibiza to eat paella by the sea

An absolute must for your holidays on the White Island is to eat paella gazing at the sea. If this is on your to-do-list, take note of our choice of beaches in Ibiza to eat paella and book today your table, as many restaurants and beach bars get fully booked during the summer months.

If you take a glance at any guide about Ibiza, you’ll find many restaurants where you can eat one of the most famous dishes in Spanish cuisine. But they don't all have the perfect combination: paella + good beach to swim + sea view. If you don’t want to settle for less, check out the next 10 restaurants and beach bars in Ibiza, some of them only a few minutes’ drive from our boutique hotel in San Antonio. Have we whet your appetite? Take a good look at our list and... enjoy!

Eat paella on 10 fabulous beaches and coves in Ibiza

Whether you’re in the north or visiting the south of Ibiza, you’ll be able to swim and satisfy your summer cravings on unique beaches known for their beauty, crystal-clear water or setting.

Cala Gracioneta: only 650 metres from Hostal La Torre, you’ll find one of the most stunning coves on the west coast of Ibiza, home to a Med-style pleasant and modern beach bar. You can choose between delicious rice with vegetables or the typical rice with fish or shellfish. In both cases, the paella is cooked in the traditional Levante-style, where it’s finished off with 5 to 6 minutes under the grill. If you want to book a table at Cala Gracioneta, you can do it directly from their website.

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Cala Salada: Only a 9 minute drive from your boutique hotel with a sea view, you’ll find Cala Salada, one of the most famous unspoilt beaches in Ibiza. Besides its unique landscape, it stands out for its joint cove, Cala Saladeta, which is a real natural pool you reach along a path that starts at Cala Salada. For your paella & beach plan, there’s the Cala Salada restaurant, a proper traditional restaurant. Remember, you won’t get a table if you don't book first.

Platges de Comte: With or without paella, you’ll want to visit this group of coves that make up one of the most photographed and famous beaches in Ibiza. So, if it’s a planned stop on your list, make the most of it and eat one of the paellas and other rice dishes served at Ses Roques or S’illa des Bosc, two classic restaurants people never get tired of. Platges de Comte is 15km from Hostal La Torre.

Cala Tarida: Less than 15km from our hotel, you’ll find another of the top beaches in Ibiza to eat paella and a have nice swim. There’s a wide range of restaurants here, but you’ll enjoy a great paella if you book at Ca’s Milà, with a great sea view from its terrace.

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Cala Vedella: Heading south, you’ll get to this cove that’s must-visit on any beach route along the western coast of Ibiza. There are several restaurants to sit down and eat, but you’ll have to book if you want to eat fish and shellfish paella at María Luisa. You’ll be able to gaze at the sea and it’s only a few steps across the sand to the water.

Cala Carbó:i If you like snorkelling and relaxed, family-friendly beaches, here you’ll have a great beach day with paella included. In fact, you can choose between Can Vicent and Balneari Cala Carbón to eat wonderful paella. But do remember it’s best to take water shoes.

Cala d´Hort: Just over 22km from the hotel, there’s another amazing beach that’s famous for its views of the islets of Es Vedrà and Es Vedranell. Down on the beach, there’s two typical restaurants serving paella and other rice dishes, El Carmen and Cala d´Hort, while Es Boldadó, another well-know restaurant, sits atop of the cliff.

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Platja des Jondal: This other beach to eat paella by the sea in Ibiza is 21km from Hostal La Torre. It’s famous for its beach clubs and pebbles covering the beach. We recommend you book a table at Tropicana Ibiza to taste delicious rice dishes in a relaxed atmosphere..

Cala Sant Vicent: Forty kilometres from our hotel, this remote beach is a must-visit on a route along the northern coast of Ibiza. You’ll find a family-friendly wide and long beach with a traditional restaurant to eat Ibizan Med food and, of course, rice dishes: Can Gat.

Port de Sant Miquel: Also on the north coast, 26km from Hostal La Torre, there’s this family beach looking out onto Sa Ferradura island. You can enjoy a peaceful swim before or after lunch, as well as paella and other rice dishes served at the popular restaurant Port de Balansat.

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A boutique hotel with a view of the sea and the sunset

And back from the beach, our boutique hotel in Ibiza is a fabulous way to see the day out: stunning views of the western coast, Conillera island and the sunset, the best Balearic Sound music, refreshing signature cocktails and mouth-watering Mediterranean food to kick off the evening. And, of course, comfortable rooms and suites to recover from your adventures about Ibiza. If you haven’t yet booked your room for your summer holidays, find the best rates available on our website and get added benefits.

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