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When we dream of Ibiza, we picture ourselves at Amante. This idyllic waterfront restaurant encapsulates the island’s laid-back lifestyle, with its pristine white sunbeds, stylish Mediterranean menu, and clifftop views over the sparkling Sol Den Serra bay. Amante is one of the best beach clubs in Ibiza and is always on any list we send clients for recommendations for Ibiza. The cocktails are also amongst the best on the island, you can work your way through them whilst lounging on your sunbed.

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When you are this close to the water, you can expect fresh fish. Amante serves exquisite, chargrilled fish and meat in vibrant Spanish and Italian inspired dishes. Their passion for flavour even extends to the vegetables, which are grown in the restaurant’s own organic garden just 5 minutes away. Galician clams char-grilled in their Josper oven followed by the whole baked sea bass with roasted potatoes and padron peppers, is a seafood lovers delight. The Josper roasted aubergine with feta, almonds, sundried tomatoes, and truffle oil is also one of our favourite dishes on the menu.

No lounger-dashing here. As you would expect, you’ll need to book your beach bed at least a few weeks in advance, most of the sunbeds are already fully booked for the 2022 season.

Amante also offer an extremely popular morning yoga and breakfast package, which is bookable on their website. They can also create a bespoke menu for the most romantic dinner in Ibiza “The Amante table”, inside a waterside Balinese hut for two people with your own private waiter.

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