After a restful night sleep in a luxurious bed, imagine your eyes slowly opening to the rising sun over the sea. You sleepily crawl out of bed and pull back the curtains to reveal a view unlike what you see everyday (unless you live on the island). Then after a shower and the morning routine you take just a couple steps to the private pool you have all to yourself. The family sleeps in during your stay in an Ibiza villa. Four bedrooms and very private. You can’t believe you have this place all to yourself for the whole week. So you take a tranquil dip in the clear calm water. The sound of the waves crashing on the Ibizan shore can be heard in the distance. As you exit the pool you say to yourself. “Coffee”.
- Girl Cafe
Located in the village of San Juan, this hot spot is all about fresh and healthy eats with seasonal produce from their own garden. The main seating is in the back, a casual green spot where you can see the garden where they grow all the produce and smile at the sunflowers. Open all day and serving locally roasted coffee. They also have a full bar for a liquid lunch. Come for breakfast or a pre sunset drink.
- Can Tixedo Art Cafe
Off the main path and away from the tourist highlights you will find the Art Cafe. Popular with the locals this cafe serves amazing tapas, coffee and cocktails. As the name suggests, it’s also an art gallery with rotating exhibits and live music. This is the sort of place that if you know, then you know. Not many tourists know about it yet so come while it’s still a local icon.
Central to Santa Gertrudis is a busy café with cute outdoor seats. Breakfast is the best time to come here for a full english or a full vegan, your choice. Be sure to come early or book in advance as they are always busy.
- Cappuccino Grand Cafe
Waterfront views, a hand crafted Cappuccino and a delicious meal. Life is good! Relax on the terrace and enjoy the sunrise with a warm drink and a beautiful day ahead. Quality service, quality food and a quality view! What more could one want.
- The Royalty
This one can be found in the main square of Santa Eulalia and has been there since the thirties. Formerly a hotel during the Spanish civil war, the bar used to be popular with Royalists. The tapas is excellent while you sit and watch the world go by. Don’t forget about dessert, they have a huge menu with many options to choose from.