Ibiza hot spots
We recently had a short but very sweet trip to Ibiza to shoot some cocktails for a couple of the Mambo group restaurants. Post shoots we would sit back and enjoy their luscious, palatable plates which included lots of fresh fish, padron peppers and vibrant cocktails..heaven!
Ibiza is widely known for its wild nightlife but away from the dance floor, this volcanic Island is home to ancient towns, dreamy beaches and attractive restaurants.
A few favourites that are a must -
Casa Maca is an intimate, rural hotel located in the peaceful hills of Can Palau, just outside of Ibiza town and within minutes of the airport. With spectacular views of the iconic Dalt Vila skyline – the ancient fortress walls, heavenly blue skies and the shimmer of the Mediterranean Sea – ahead and rolling green hills behind, it is one of the most iconic Ibiza settings you could dream of for an island getaway. Fragrant fields of lavender frame the whitewashed main building, a 300-year-old former farmhouse that has been lovingly restored with respect to its architectural heritage.
The in-house restaurant at Casa Maca is a destination in itself. Whether breakfast, lunch, or dinner, the menus fuse with local, organic ingredients - and none more local than those grown on their onsite organic farm.
Nobu Hotel Ibiza Bay is a place where indulgence and tranquility cohabit peacefully. We enjoyed the pool bar where they offer an extensive menu filled with light bites, tapas dishes and Ibizan-inspired botanical cocktails.
The perfect place for pre-dinner drinks, a snack before you hit the town or late-night cocktails with the sound of the sea in the background.
A converted villa surrounded by a beautiful garden with a gorgeous view over San Antonio's yacht harbour.
The Mediterranean-Fusion menu excels in flavour and presentation. Excellent cocktails are served from the fully equipped outside cocktail bar, my favourite one had to be the Netflix and Chill- it came so well presented with the popcorn cup and all..