We often welcome guests who have a celebration event whilst on holiday; weddings, birthdays, anniversaries. Ibiza is a great place to have a special holiday as you have so many options of having a special time here. We often get asked for tips of places to go that befit an important event, so here are a few suggestions that might help you decide.
Mid to high end:
Can Veri Bell in San Agustin....a beautiful setting with wonderful food. It's set in what was once an old finca (farmhouse) right in the middle of San Agustin village (it’s the next village along from ours). It's still authentic with its atmospheric cobbled courtyard and the stables where the animals used to be kept. You can sit either inside in the courtyard or outside with views over-looking the church and the valley. The best seat in the house is the balcony that overlooks the village and to the hills beyond. It seats up to 6 people and needs to be booked well in advance...it is worth it though.
It’s about a 8/10 minute taxi ride and after your meal the restaurant will call you a taxi when you’re ready to go. Or you can catch the bus and get off at the San Agustin stop and walk up to the village (about a 5 minute stroll)
We recommend this restaurant often and everyone who has been has enjoyed it. In fact one group said it was the best restaurant they’d been too!
The village consists of a church, a restaurant, an art gallery and a bar withrestaurant. The bar has a lovely garden at the back and is good for a pre-dinner drink.
Here it is on trip advisor.
Sa Capella on the outskirts of San Antonio is a really unusual place to dine as it’s a church that was never consecrated. It’s trying to be a bit trendy with its food now but still has some traditional things on the menu. It has a nice little bar outside for pre-dinner or after-dinner drinks. It's extremely atmospheric and is a gem of a place to photograph.
Here’s some info:http://www.white-ibiza.com/ibiza-restaurant-sa-capella and trip advisor.
In our very own village is Destino’s...it’s a tapas bar with a difference; the food and choice is just amazing. You always end up over-ordering! They turn away dozens of people each evening and it has good wine at reasonable prices. You sit outside overlooking the church.
Here’s some information on trip advisor.
The food is freshly prepared each day, but of course the idea of tapas is that it is then warmed up pre-service. There’s something for all tastes. Just a general note: they also do takeaways.
Organic local produce:
A recent addition to the village is The Passion Café. Situated by the side of the church square it is a lovely place to dine; either inside or out. The menu is inspiring and the staff are very knowledgeable about the food. Usually there's no need to book except in high season.
Beach and sunset:
If you want to enjoy a beach restaurant then I’d suggest Cala Conta where you can view the sunset (if early enough) and dine at Silla des bosc. It’s mid price I would say but I haven’t been for a couple of years. Here’s some information on their website and here on trip advisor.
It's a lovely location with superb views...and again, not too far to travel.
The old walled town in Ibiza town (called D’alt Vila) is really atmospheric; cobbled streets, tiny houses and tons of restaurants. The best one by far is Sa Torreta in the old square. We eat there regularly. We recommend booking but you can eat inside in air conditioned splendour, or outside to watch the comings and goings.
You can then meander around Ibiza Town at night, look at all the big fancy yachts, and people watch!
Here’s some information on trip advisor.
If none of those suit, then do let me know as once I have an idea of your likes and dislikes I can easily suggest a few more. We’re also happy to make reservations for you if you like.
If you want to celebrate 'at home' then I can provide details of caterers, cake makers and even pop up cocktail bars if you want to stretch to that! Just let me know.
Finally - Ibiza weddings are very popular and we often get some of the wedding party staying at number21ibiza as we are close to popular wedding venues, and of course the church in the village. We're more than happy to provide more information on location so you can be sure it is right for your wedding guests...so please just ask!