If ever there were an Ibiza beach with more bling for your buck, it’s Ibiza’s world famous and ultra-exclusive Cala Jondal on the island’s southeast coast. As you drive over the crest leading down towards the shore, striking turquoise water sparkles beneath the horizon, surrounded by gorgeous pine forests and rich, rocky red cliffs while huge grey pebbles form a long stretch of the beach, with a stretch of golden sand at the south end.
It’s not just these million dollar views that keep the VIP jet set flocking to Cala Jondal in their shiny black SUVs or on their glossy white super yachts all summer long however. It’s the area’s high-end dining culture and trendy beach bar scene: namely, the now legendary luxury Ibiza beach club Blue Marlin and neighbouring Mediterranean restaurant Yemanja.
BLUE MARLIN: A GROWN UP VIP PLAYGROUND
All-white, oversized, round plush daybeds; deluxe cabanas with flowing white curtains reserved solely for V.VIPs; a private massage hut, high-end fashion boutique, the world’s best DJs, a glamorous wooden-decked bar and restaurant, five-star service, a boat taxi service and even a custom-built platform leading into the sea… it’s no wonder Blue Marlin remains the darling of the Ibiza jet set, year after year, from day into night…
YEMANJA: LUXURIOUSLY RUSTIC SEASIDE DINING
It’s like a holiday postcard come to life before your very eyes: gorgeous thatched umbrellas and deluxe sun loungers lining the glossy grey pebbled shoreline (with service to your sunbed of course!), and big rustic wooden tables spread across the sand and amazing views stretched out as far as the eye can sea. The food at Yemanja however, somehow manages to even better the view! From the undisputed best paella on the island to lobster pots and freshly grilled meat and fish, it’s all about the highest quality ingredients and exceptional service… all washed down with the house special, Cava de Sangria, the taste of luxury on a hot summer day.