A theater of incessant battles, filled with forts, hard as flint and incombustible like Teflon, because the Berbers could neither bend nor bow to the Ottomans on Ibiza. But it is not time to talk about military exploits in these lands, as these are the people who, after all, gave us the magical and bewitching Ibiza that we know today.
With infinite nooks and crannies, the island never stops surprising you. At each visit, the island gives us something different but equally charming and dazzling. The sun, prevailling in the sky, its rays refracted in the white facades features to the gorgeous sunset, giving way to night, lulled by the sea breeze, makes Ibiza a special culture that cannot be mirrored by outsiders.
Today, we have discovered and revealed those hidden corners in Ibiza, places to visit not only for their location, but also for an amalgamation of factors that have become noteworthy.
- Atzaró Beach. This “typically Spanish” beach bar that serves "baretos Cañís" from yesteryear have given way to glamor and good taste. Atzaró Beach is another example of this trend. Located in Cala nova, refreshes the atmosphere thanks to its decoration and style.
- Lover-Ibiza. The lifelong beach bar reinvented itself to give us a romantic place where you can dine or enjoy a cocktail while appreciating the stunning views of Formentera that are on the horizon.
- Cipriani Ibiza. The food critic will often make fun of the food here, however improvements are always being made. Located in Marina Botafoch, and close to Lio and Pacha, two classic clubs in the area. Now, let’s talk about the future generations, remember to not get stuck in the past. Cipriani´s decoration will transport you directly on board a sailboat, but many others will leave you completely content. Too bad the service is not up to scratch when compared with the food.
- La Sabina. The snack bar is located in the center Cala Jondal. Its quiet atmosphere and quirky decor, competes to be the king of Cala Jondal but it has had to face tough competition because on the other side of the street the "Blue Marlin" restaurant gives this little bar a very good run for its money.