My guide to Ibiza - 5 best places to eat, Cala Bonita

Bonita in Spanish means pretty, charming, nice, engaging. And Cala Bonita restaurant slash chiringuito definitely lives up to its name. With its rustic, beachy, natural interiors, Cala Bonita feels incredibly laid back, no shoes no shine kind of place.
The menu was designed by Chef Pau Barba featuring fresh seafood, charcoal wood-fired grill and healthy, light gluten-free delights such as calamari coated in chickpea flour, refreshing ceviche and wonderful selection of vegetarian/pescatarian dishes.
I would guess and say we have already forgotten the real name of this little hidden bay (originally called Playa S’Estanyol) to us “guiris” (non Spanish) we know it already as Cala Bonita. Somehow it feels like this little restaurant was always there and was always fitting perfectly into the ragged, seaweedy little bay.
And it definitely made it more pretty…. bonita, bonita.
If you haven’t visited it yet make sure you add it to your Ibiza to do list this summer!


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