Postcards From Ibiza

Last week, I headed back to Ibiza – one of my favourite places on earth. We were only there for 3 days, but managed to go to a few places that were so amazing and due to the amount of people commenting on my Instagram asking for details and recommendations, I thought I would do a blog post. Straight from the plane, we checked in to our hotel, 7 Pines, and headed to Cala Benirras in the north of the island…

It’s a super cool, boho beach where you can throw your towel down on the sand or pay 8 euros for a sun lounger and although we didn’t stay all evening, I’ve heard it’s one of the best places on the island to watch the sun set.

After some time on the beach, we had a late lunch at Elements restaurant involving cold beers, burrata and lots of calamari.

Later that evening, we headed to The Giri Cafe for dinner. This is a must for your Ibiza list. It is the most gorgeous restaurant, and we wanted everything on the menu – get a table in the garden.


We had orzo risotto with chicken and parmesan – not my favourite dish, but still good, just don’t think I am a big orzo fan!

Delicious ceviche – one of my fave foods of all time.

And the best grapefruit margaritas we’ve ever had 🙂

After breakfast the next day (via the amazing hotel pool above), we headed to El Chiringuito Es Cavallet – it’s the most beautiful beach with an incredible beach front restaurant. We spent the whole day there and didn’t want to leave! It’s a slice of heaven on earth…I am not a fan of the super packed beach clubs, but this one was perfect. Brilliant service, great food and drinks and a chilled vibe. 


We took to the shade for lunch and had truffled sashimi followed by the tastiest seafood pasta.

Back at the hotel, we went to the pool and watched the sunset before heading to La Paloma for dinner. We didn’t take any photos here but look it up, and you will see how gorgeous the setting is. I feel like I will go there every time I head back to the island

On our final day, we headed to a beach called Sa Caleta before heading to the airport. It’s a super small beach with no parasols or sun beds so come prepared, but it is a beautiful spot. There is also a restaurant that does the best seafood paella

If you get the chance to go to Ibiza…dooooooo itttttttt. Other recommendations from previous trips of mine would be Macao Cafe for dinner, Experimental Beach Club for cocktails and Cala Nova for a beautiful beach in the North (if you want a luxury place to sunbathe and eat then Atzaro beach club is there).

Love, Tanya x