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The 10 Best Open-All-Year Dining Spots in Ibiza

These delicious Ibiza restaurants are open all year round!


Although many of the island's dining hotspots shut their doors come winter, some of the best stay committed to opening all year round. You might have to travel a little further than you would in summer but when you reach one of these restaurants open all year in Ibiza, you'll be glad you made the journey.


From classic tapas and Mediterranean menus to Japanese sushi and tasty Italians, the below list of our top 10 recommendations for restaurants open all year in Ibiza has got it all.


Hostal La Torre sits just north of San Antonio on the west of the island. It’s famous for its live chill out sunset sessions and programme of class DJs from near and far. Here you can enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner in a traditional Spanish atmosphere, secluded in nature and surrounded by breathtaking sea views. They have an extensive tapas menu, as well as a range of fresh seafood for you to enjoy. Hostal La Torre also has a small offering of hotel rooms so if you don't want to leave after your dinner, you don't have to!

Cuisine: Tapas, Seafood & Meat
Opening hours: From early breakfast until late dinner, 365 days a year
Bookings: +34 971 342 271

On the coast of Ses Salinas nature reserve, overlooking neighbouring island Formentera, the family-run La Escollera has been serving paella on the beach for over 25 years. The menu is typically Spanish and Mediterranean, with lots of meat, but there are vegan options too, including a delicious vegan paella.

Cuisine: Mediterranean
Opening hours: Daily from 1pm-6pm
Bookings: +34 971 396 572

If you want to dine in style, head to Trattoria del Mar on the Marina Botafoch in Ibiza town. Here you can admire the yachts on the outdoor terrace while you enjoy a range of delicious Italian dishes and fresh, local seafood. Inside, the restaurant has an elegant, rustic vibe, and they have an impressive wine list.

Cuisine: Italian & Seafood
Opening hours: Monday-Saturday 1pm-midnight
Bookings: +34 971 193 934

For an alternative dining experience, head over to San Josep for the Sluiz Experience restaurant. Sluiz is one of the most interactive and fun restaurants in Ibiza, where you’re encouraged to wear a costume and get involved in the nightly theme. The restaurant has a unique interior with a retro, arty feel. Here you can devour creative fusion food from around the while you enjoy unique theatre and cabaret.

Cuisine: Fusion
Opening hours: Monday-Saturday 1pm-midnight
Bookings: +34 635 068 085

Nestled in the centre of the island, Coto Ibiza offers authentic Vietnamese and Japanese cuisine in a sleek, elegant environment. Dine inside surrounded by eastern decor and artwork or outside, under the stars, in the zen garden. After your meal, you can relax in the lounge with the sounds of live DJ’s.

Cuisine: Vietnamese & Japanese
Opening hours: Wednesday-Sunday 7pm-12am
Bookings: +34 649 22 89 94

Wow Ibiza is open from noon and offers impressive brunch and dinner menus. Here you can enjoy Brasserie-style food and tapas alongside oysters, caviar and lobster. They have a massive range of cocktails, an extensive wine list, and gins from all around the world. Wow Ibiza is spacious yet cosy with retro decor and a lively cosmopolitan atmosphere. It also has a concept store as well as live DJ’s to soundtrack your dining experience.

Cuisine: Brasserie
Opening hours: Thursday-Sunday 5pm-1am & Saturday Brunch 12pm-5pm
Bookings: +34 649 228 994

To the south of the island at Cala Jondal, you’ll find Yemanja, one of the island's most authentic beach restaurant & bars. They’ve been serving traditional Spanish cuisine for over 30 years and are famous for their seafood and paella. Yemanja is family and pet friendly, and you can dine inside or on the beach terrace with spectacular sea views. Plus, it's located next door to the world famous Blue Marlin.

Cuisine: Spanish
Opening hours: 365 days a year
Bookings: +34 603 708 796

A Mi Manera is a rustic, cosy restaurant set in nature on the road from Ibiza town to San Joan. They use sustainable products, grow lots of produce, and use local suppliers wherever possible. The menu consists of Italian dishes, such as ravioli and risotto, and you can dine inside in a homely atmosphere or outside in their tranquil gardens.

Cuisine: Italian
Opening hours: Thursday-Sunday 7pm-midnight
Bookings: +34 699 245 134

At Es Mercat, in the heart of Ibiza town, you can enjoy traditional Spanish dishes of ham and eggs or choose from a range of salads or vegetarian dishes. It has a lively, buzzing, Spanish wine bar vibe with an intimate ambiance. As well as delicious food, they have a vast bar with rums, whiskeys, liqueurs and vodkas from around the world and a well-stocked wine cellar.

Cuisine: Spanish
Opening hours: Monday-Thursday 6pm-1am & Friday-Saturday 1pm-2.30am
Bookings: +34 971 152 157

The Cala Bassa Beach Club brand has branched out east of Ibiza to this gorgeous marina-side drinking & dining space. Open all year round, the modern, minimalist CBBC restaurant sits front row on the marina in Santa Eulalia. Their menu consists of meat, pasta, fish and rice, alongside Mediterranean and local cuisine. They also have an ambient chill out area with live DJ’s so if you're just looking to stop by for a tipple, you're still more than welcome.

Cuisine: Mediterranean
Opening hours: Sunday-Thursday 1pm-1am & Friday-Saturday 1pm-2am
Bookings: +34 971 153 598

All photos on this page are courtesy of the restaurant they're related too and are sourced from instagram: 1. Hostal La Torre 2. La Escorella 3. Trattoria del Mar 4. Sluiz Restaurant 5. Coto Ibiza 6. Wow Ibiza 7. Yemanja 8. A Mi Manera 9. Es Mercat 10. CBBC Marina Santa Eulalia

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