If you’re serious about food, Ibiza provides for your tastes in abundance. In this section, we select a range of the island’s most impressive gastronomic experiences, with a focus on quality and seasonality. Whatever your culinary preference, there will be a fine Ibizan restaurant to suit it – and it will serve a meal you won’t forget in a hurry.

This place has earned a reputation for serving up the best coffee in Ibiza – quite the claim, but rightly so. Apparently, it even has the Pete Tong seal of approval. At this Jesus favourite, you’ll find the smoothest blends in large servings that you might not have come to expect in Spain. Big cups equal good value for money, and lots of ammunition to get you out of bed in the morning.

This brand is well known across Europe, with venues in Mallorca, Madrid, Marbella and Valencia. They also have cafes in Jeddah and Beirut. The café in Ibiza is situated along Ibiza Marina and offers excellent views in a stunning setting. Cappuccino is a popular haunt with tourists looking for a nice place to relax, or trendy voyagers taking a break from their yachts. The views of Old Town are simply breathtaking and the music isn’t too bad either!

With a recent all-over refurbishment that was undertaken by the talented Spanish designer Lazaro Rosa-Violan, Gran Hotel Montesol offers one of the best bars on Ibiza Marina. Rather than blending the new design of the building with modern replicas of the rest of the island’s hotels, Rosa-Violan has taken the hotel back to its heritage, with Art Deco style and sophistication.

The hotel overlooks Ibiza Town’s main square, Vara de Rey, and is worth a visit just to see the building design and interior. It is also a great place if you are feeling hungry and fancy something from the sushi station in Café Montesol. The cocktails are a big favourite with visitors looking for a refreshing and naughty treat to get into the party mood. Montesol is well stocked with drinks, and the furniture screams extravagance, with velvet sofas and monochrome tiled floors. The hotel prides itself on first-class service and the bar staff will go out of their way to make you feel welcome at this exclusive venue.

A favourite with the fitness enthusiasts and health conscious alike is Passion Café, which serves up all kinds of wonderful and very healthy dishes. Despite their name, most of the Passion venues are seen as more of a restaurant than a café, and as such and offer some fantastic dishes to try.

The original Passion Café is still at Playa d’en Bossa but there are five more at different locations across the island. Offering fine dining in the evening, they are a really popular choice for those seeking vegan and vegetarian dining options. Passion Santa Eulalia is a great one to visit, with great views to accompany your healthy and tasty meal.