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12 great places to get a coffee on Ibiza

For coffee lovers who love Ibiza too.

Many of us love a coffee to kick start the day, for an afternoon pick-up or even a post dinner boost after a meal well enjoyed. Ibiza, like many Mediterranean locations, is all about the "black gold" at all times of the day.

Mostly, here the café con leche, or milky coffee is what's the locals drink or you could do as the fishermen do and get a booze-infused (brandy or whiskey) café carajillo. You don't need to get in the daily catch to have one.

Those with a sweet tooth should definitely try a café bonbon, which comes with a thick slug of condensed milk at the bottom so you can stir in its silky sweetness. We've rounded up a selection of great places to grab a coffee at all times of the day, check out our top picks.


Marina Botafoch

Situated almost opposite the entrance to this marina is the brand new Massa Coffee. Created with the modern European café style in mind. You will find not just great coffees, of which they are justifiably proud, though also breakfasts that are light or copious plus home-made pastries and light lunches.

Ve Café

Santa Eulalia

Ve Café sits in front of the peaceful Mariner's beach at the southern end of this resort, next to the new W Hotel. As well as delicious, nicely crafted coffees, here it's all about plant-based and farm-fresh food and organic ingredients. Feel part of the new health-focused Zeitgeist at this cool location.

Rita's Cantina

San Antonio

A very popular spot overlooking the water which is a big meeting point for visitors and residents alike all year round. At Rita's Cantina, the coffees are great, the ambience too and going here should be the rite of passage for everyone. With keenly-priced food as well, there are many reasons to go.


Santa Eulalia

Right in the centre of Santa Eulalia, Royalty is one of the town's oldest cafés. Its outdoor terrace is a popular hub for the many people who flock to this local institution. You can enjoy this place at any time of day and of course coffee is served all day long.

Las Dalias Café

San Carlos

Las Dalias Café offers a great selection of coffees, with charming space inside and out in a wonderfully rustic yet hip café/restaurant. It really is a lovely spot to start your day with a great cup of "Morning Joe" or just to stop awhile for a refuel when in this village.

Giri Café

San Juan

Giri Café is set in a 300-year-old townhouse and has charm in spades. Open from morning till night, you can stop by at any time. People really love its sun-drenched garden, which visitors flock to, to unwind and refresh.

Bar Anita

San Carlos

Bar Anita is an absolute must-visit and an island legend. During the '60s it was a crucible for the island's nascent hippy culture and is still a hub for local villagers - look out for the post boxes - it makes a superb place to grab a morning coffee, plus it makes its own local hierbas liqueur.


Santa Gertrudis

Musset café is a popular spot in the cosmopolitan village of Santa Gertrudis. Considered by many to offer the best coffee in the neighbourhood, it's definitely worth a visit. Make sure to get a table on the outdoor terrace.

Bocanada Ibiza

Ibiza Town

A popular meeting place, Bocanada has a great buzz about it and very friendly staff. For those late-morning risers, a great set breakfast is served until 13:00 and with coffee and a fresh orange juice included in the price, many rate this place highly for good value.

Can Tixedò

Forada, near San Antonio

Can Tixedò is a hip haven located in the tiny locality of Forada, just a ten-minute drive from San Antonio. It's a popular place, especially on Saturday's when it's market day and the prices are reasonable. Rotating local art displays means there's always something new to enjoy.

Can Pou Bar

Ibiza Town

Can Pou bills itself as the "oldest café in Ibiza” and dates back to the 1800s. Close to the port, where many people pass by, people watching here is a sport. As well as enjoying a nice coffee, you can soak up the unique atmosphere of the old town too.

For more suggestions on where to enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner head on over to our restaurant guide, which has a full selection of cuisines to suit any palette.

Article completely revised in August 2020

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