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IBIZA - SANT ANTONI DE PORTMANY - CALA GRACIÓ - RESTAURANT SA BRESCA

RESTAURANT SA BRESCA


July 2021

This is a traditional, old school beach restaurant, unlike the Mambo owned Chiringuito Gracioneta around the corner, which is good and trendy but expensive.

It is run by a lovely, engaging old Ibicenco. The food is fresh and delicious.

Try grilled sardines

Lubina (seabass)

Dorada (sea bream )

or a local fish called Pargo, all with salad.

Mixed seafod platter.

They also do excellent rice dishes, garlic mushrooms, tortilla and traditional Ibicencan desserts like flaó (a goats milk and fresh mint cheescake, made to the grandmother's secret recipe, so we are told!)


You will be treated to fantastic, friendly service. I would recommend visiting this restaurant for the paella, and because the people clearly care a lot about what they do! The beach is a great family beach with good sand and plenty of safe swimming

Although, it can get crowded during busy periods.

You can also hire paddle boats.

One thing to be aware of is that on windy days jellyfish can be blown into the beach, so keep your eyes peeled and have a good look around before entering the water.

There is normally planty of parking at the end of the road leading to the beach.

RESTAURANT SA BRESCA

Carrer de Cala Gració 20, 07820 Sant Antoni de Portmany

+34 971 34 78 11


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