Es Canar – 110 Ibiza Beaches

May 4th, 2008 - 12:09 pm Posted in Es Canar, Ibiza Beaches | Comments (0)

Es CanarEs CanarEs Canar (Es Cana) in the summertime is predominantly English and the beach restaurants generally cater for this with the sort of fare that a young family on Blackpool beach would devour with relish.

In the winter, when the English tourists and most of the seasonal workers have fled the island, these restaurants close, because their potential audience is restricted to the local Ibicencos, who have put their feet up for the winter to discuss the success, or otherwise, of the season just passed and slowly begun to lay plans for their May re-opening.

Es CanarThere is one restaurant right in the middle of the beach, however, that stays open throughout the winter – much to the delight of the local Ibicencos. So to cater for this completely different clientele the restaurant is very classy, with luxurious furniture arranged in such a way that you’re almost unaware of the tables around you. There are in fact only nine tables, of various sizes, in the spacious airy restaurant.

Es CanarOutside a large raised terrace overlooking the centre of the beach, which at this time of year is an idyllic expanse of empty sand and sea, is an option.
But even inside you feel that that you’re ‘on the beach’ as three sides of the restaurant are entirely glazed in by French windows.

Tommorrow we’re off down south to Es Cavallet.

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