Party Earth Review Tucked away behind an Arabian-style keyhole door in San Rafael is El Ayoun, an elegant restaurant and lounge with a decidedly Moroccan and Middle Eastern flair. Most of the venue’s space has been given over to the vast terrace and garden, whose white-tented dining enclaves and candlelit tables create a soothing aura conducive ... more
Calle Isidor Macabich, 6
Party Earth Review Perched on an incline overlooking the harbor, Villa Mercedes is an early 20th-century two-story Mediterranean villa and compound that has been transformed into an elegant but accessible bar, lounge, and restaurant that draws a diverse crowd of locals, families, and tourists. The colonial villa itself sits in the middle ... more
Passeig de la Mar
Party Earth Review With its panoramic views, relaxed atmosphere, and true Ibizan hippie-chic crowd, Kumharas is an amazing place to enjoy the famous island sunsets. The earthy décor only adds to the laid-back vibe, with sprawls of sofas and rattan tables that fill the open-air, thatch-roofed terrace and offer front-row seating for the main ... more
Carre Lugo, 2, Cala de Bou
07829 Sant Josep De SA Talaia
Party Earth Review Nestled in a quiet back street in the shadows of the castle walls of Dalt Vila, Teatro Pereyra is a wood-beamed, high-ceilinged neighborhood saloon that offers a relaxing café environment by day and a spirited vibe by night. A front terrace sheltered beneath a white columned arcade creates the atmosphere of an early 20th ... more
Calle Comte de Rosselló, 3
For starters, there are not a ton of lounges in Ibiza. However, the ones that do pepper the small island offer up some incredible live music, delectable food, and some of the best views found anywhere.
Because the island is so club crazy, people often forget about the multitude of other options. As a result there are some great places to wine, dine, and lounge and many can be found in Ibiza Town, San Rafael, San Antonio, and Playa d’en Bossa.
The Ibiza lounges are good for a few things: first, they make for a great date spot (if you remember the name and number of the person you met at the club the night before). Second, there’s some really good live music coming from places like Villa Mercedes and Teatro Pereyra – this is good when you’re oontz oontz’d out. And third, there are some great spots for simply soaking in the sunset, which is a time-honored tradition in Ibiza where the entire island comes together to collectively chill for an hour or two.
So when you’re ready to put away your glow sticks and want something a little more refined, check out some of the lounges around the island, you might just discover some sanity amongst all the clubbing madness.