Restaurante

SeahorseIbiza

Description

The SeahorseIbiza restaurant offers a perfect Mediterranean gastronomic experience on the seafront. Next to the crystalline waters of Playa d'en Bossa, SeahorseIbiza is that dreamlike and reserved environment. A space cared for with care that combines the delicacy of style with the strength of the sea always present in its environment. The freshness and strength of its lines break with the surprising warmth of the design, ambience, service and comfort; all in a private atmosphere with wonderful views of the castle of Ibiza and Formentera.

SeahorseIbiza takes the visitor into a unique enclave and offers an exquisite and surprising menu of Mediterranean inspiration: a savoir faire of cuisine with affection that is complemented by fresh wines and mixology: key elements in the seduction of palates and conquest of moods.

 

MORE INFORMATION

Restaurant

Average price
30-60 € per person

Cuisine
  • Mediterranean
Environment
  • Chill-out
  • Beach restaurant
  • Romantic
Features
  • Terrace
  • Sea views
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Hammocks zone
Services
  • Launch
  • Dinner
Raw materials
  • Local products
Special menus
Bookings by
  • Phone
  • E-mail

Contact

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