Where to Eat the Best Paella in Authentic Ibizan Restaurants

You can’t come to Ibiza without having at the very least one Paella during the duration of your stay. There are a lot of great places to choose from, here are a few of our favourites…

El Carmen
Where: Cala D’Hort
When: 12:30-10pm daily, throughout the summer.
About: The stunning view of Es Vedra is only matched by the delicious taste of their paella. Prices start from about 20 up for a minimum of two people – not bad a deal considering the standard of food, atmosphere and of course, the view.
Tip: Book ahead of time – this restaurant is very popular especially during the sunset hours + also try the banoffee pie for dessert.

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C’an Pujol
Where: Carrer des Caló, 112, 07829 Sant Josep de sa Talaia
When: 1:00-4pm & 7:30-11:30pm every day but Wednesday (Closed Wednesday’s).
About: Real foodies understand the golden rule of eating when on holiday – eat where the locals eat. in C’an Pujol, you will find a restaurant full of Ibicencos, fresh fish and great Paella.
Tip: Try the black rice paella.

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Where: Avenida Cala Martina, s/n, 07850 Sant Carles de Peralta
When: 8pm-1am Daily.
About: Cala Martina is a very traditional beach restaurant that keeps all the vibes of the old Ibiza style. The paella is not to be missed, so tasty with fresh fish and great value for money! You can have it while sitting with your feet in the sand or under the shade of their roof – no need to choose between a spectacular beachside view or a yummy paella – here you have both!
Tip: There only online presence is there trip advisor page, so please call +971 33 87 45 to book!
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Comida de San Juan
Where: Carrer Montgri 8, Ibiza Old Town, 07800
When: Monday – Saturday 1:30-3:30pm & 8:30-11pm
About: A paella price (around 5€) and authentic atmosphere not to be beaten at Comida de San Juan – only available on selected days (Monday / Wednesday and Friday).
Tip: Don’t expect to the able to sit at your table and enjoy a whole afternoon there, once you’ve eaten you will need to free up your table for the next person to come and enjoy their paella.
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Where: Carretera Es Canar km 2,500, Santa Eulalia
When: 1:00-4pm & 7:30-11:00pm during the high season. Friday only for Paella.
About: A paella so special that it can only be served once per week – Fridays only – for this tasty paella in an authentic local restaurant for only 9€!
Tip: Prebook as this is a popular Friday promotion.
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Restaurante Salvadó
Where: Pou des Lleo
When: 1:00-4:30pm & 7:30-10:30pm
(During the high season only).
About: Typcial Ibicenco fish restaurant, where the daily catches are caught and prepared on sight – the ingredients for your paella won’t get much fresher than this!
Tip: Not open during low season.
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Es Boldado
Where: Cala D’Hort
When: Summer Season Only.
About: Es Boldado is a unique restaurant set in the rocks at the side of Cala D’Hort beach, where you can enjoy and excellent paella for two or more people while you watch the sunset behind the iconic Es Vedra.
Tip: This restaurant is not easy to access – you need to park at Cala D’Hort, walk across the beach and up some steep steps to get there – take precautions with small children and elderly relatives.
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Sa Caleta Restauante
Where: Sa Caleta, close to the airport
When: 1pm – 1am daily.
About: Charming fisherman style, family friendly restaurant – great for large groups to share a delicious paella is the tranquil Sa Caleta beach cove.
Tip: Open weekends all year around, Saturday’s and Sunday’s are always busy so it is advised that you book ahead.

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