IBIZA - CALA MARTINA - RESTAURANT SA TRENKA
SA TRENKA RESTAURANT
We decided to take a trip up to the north of the Island from Sant Antoni (San Antonio) to a beach and restaurant we had not been to before.
We found a stunning beach, Calla Martina, and a charming unpretentious chiringuito with a great vibe that specialised in rice dishes and seafood.
The perfect ‘alternative’ Ibiza to some of the trendy, expensive places, in the south of the Island.
We booked a table for 2 p.m. and then had a long walk along the beach.
On returning to Sa Trenka we sat down and ordered a glass of Albariño with pan con alioli and olives.
We then had two portions of emperador plancha (grilled swordfish).
Has we were having a fairly light lunch, we skipped desserts and settled for two glasses of, café caleta
Café caleta is an Ibicencan cocktail, made from a mix of brandies, rum, fresh local citrus, cinnamon, brown sugar & coffee (each restaurant seems to have its own secret recipe).
There was a friendly local cat that seemed to be quite partial to the swordfish!
At an adjacent table, there was a group of ten Spanish people, who were enjoying a very large seafood paella for someone's birthday. With plenty of singing, they added to the happy vibe.
There is another interesting chiringuito, Restaurant Cala Martina, further up the beach.
After our relaxing lunch, we had a swim in the warm Balearic sea.
We had started with a beer before our beach walk.
This is a very traditional chiringuito/restaurant that seems to be well-loved by the customers of the area. The staff were friendly and accommodating.
SA TRENKA RESTAURANT Avenida de Cala Martina, 64, 07849 Santa Eulària des Riu, Ibiza
+34 971 33 13 93 www.sa-trenka.negocio.site
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