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Life's a beach: the 10 best beach clubs in Ibiza for 2024

By Paloma Shemirani   Last Updated: 17 October 2023

Part of the Balearic Islands, Ibiza is famous for its vibrant nightlife and beautiful, quiet beaches, making it the ultimate beach club destination. From Roto to Hï, these venues are all accessible to you via a private yacht charter. So whether it’s relaxing on a lounger, or dancing into the night, you’re guaranteed to find the perfect place that will make your next charter unforgettable. 

DJ raising his hand, dancing at a beach club in Ibiza

Whether you want to party through the night in celebrity-studded hotspots, or you're looking for rest and relaxation with a fresh cocktail in hand, there's a lounger on a sandy beach waiting for you.

Many of these venues offer a dedicated tender service, providing you and your guests with convenient access between your superyacht and these buzzy beach bars. 

1. Nassau Beach Club

Best for: exhilarating entertainment and themed nights

Located on Ibiza’s most popular beach, Playa d’En Bossa, Nassau Beach Club lies at the intersection where chill meets glamour. With their own yacht service on hand to bring you to shore, it’s no surprise that this beach club has become the choice destination for Ibiza’s in-crowd. 

Once there, you can stretch out on a sunlounger and let the sound of the resident DJs wash over you under the Mediterranean sun. 

If you're looking to make a statement entrance, a yacht service is on hand to bring you to shore

While you can enjoy casual dining on the beach, the light and airy interior of the restaurant, which also glows a sunset pink at night, will draw you in for a chilled glass o f rosé or a cocktail as you gear up for a night of dancing under dazzling light shows. 

2. Cotton Beach Club

Best for: celebrity spotting and an extensive wine-list

Characterised by its classic ‘white island style’, this club set on the cliffs over the Cala Tarida beach is an effortlessly chic venue. 

Enjoy cocktails, sushi & fusion dishes on a chic, pure-white terrace

With your motor yacht anchored in the bay, Cotton Beach Club’s exclusive tender service will bring you directly to the white shore, where you can relax in a private gazebo or lounge on a daybed. From the beach, a flight of stairs leads you up to their popular terrace restaurant for dinner which offers spectacular views over the Balearic Sea as the sun goes down. 

Accompanying the restaurant’s Mediterranean and Asian fusion cuisine is a wine list which is said to be one of the most extensive anywhere in Ibiza– with 19 champagne labels alone and a choice of vintages from Spain, Italy, and France, among others. If wine isn’t hitting the spot, then you can also enjoy a signature Cotton Island cocktail as you unwind with the house DJ’s laid-back rhythms. 

3. Casa Jondal

Best for: traditional style restaurant and bespoke menu

Inspired by the Spanish chiringuito , small open-air restaurants, Casa Jondal opened in 2020 and has already attracted celebrity clients like Jeff Bezos, who dined there with his wife in summer 2023. 

Situated by the crystal blue waters of San José beach, you can expect stunning views as you bask in the sun-dappled light spilling in though the canopies and trees that hang over your table. But what makes Casa Jondal such a special dining experience is that you choose the products instead of the dishes: selecting your favourite locally-sourced fish, shellfish, or meat before deciding whether you wish for it to be grilled, fried, or boiled. 

After filling up on the delicious traditional dishes, Casa Jondal invites you to wind down on their sunloungers, which had previously been monogrammed with a nautical print from Burberry. 

4. Tanit Beach Club

Best for: daycare service and evening fire shows

Laid-back luxury are the operative words at Nassau’s sister club, Tanit, which is a beach club that sits on the southern end of Playa d’En Bossa. Named after the goddess, Tanit, the restaurant and lounge areas are touched by the divine, with references to the goddess being seen throughout. 

Enticing, luxurious and the pure magic

The venue is child-friendly, with a dedicated childcare service for those chartering with little ones. In addition, there is, of course, a fantastic entertainment line-up for adults, with live music and performers enhancing the atmosphere during the day. At night, viewers can even look forward to fire shows and go-go dancers that will inject a little excitement into your luxury yacht charter vacation. . 

As well as an expansive menu of cocktails and gourmet food options, there is also a boutique for those looking for stylish beachwear and accessories.

5. H ï

Best for: clubbing and impressive light shows 

Hï has been voted as the best nightclub in the world, making it an unmissable stop on your Ibiza charter vacation. Home to the best DJ’s, it promises you a night that you won’t want to end. Whether you’re on the dancefloor, or soaking up the atmosphere from one of the VIP tables, Hï guarantees an elevated experience with their immersive electronic shows that have made them the most technologically-advanced club on the island. 

6. La Gaia

Best for: Michelin-star tasting menu 

The iconic photograph-laden walls of this chic restaurant by Óscar Molina is located in the 5-star Gran Hotel just a stone’s throw away from the marina. 

It has impressed visitors with their tasting menus, offering guests either a 10 or 14-course epicurean experience: a unique blend of the local with the international, La Gaia’s cuisine is inspired by the traditional food eaten during the island’s matanza del cerdo festival, which is tastefully infused with elements of Japanese and Peruvian cooking. With such a unique fusion, it comes as no surprise that it was awarded a Michelin star, making the Gran Hotel the first hotel in Ibiza to be awarded such an accolade. 

Taking you round the world in ten plates, particular highlights from the Tanit tasting menu include goat’s milk with pistachio and honey, grilled lobster with a bearnaise sauce, and citrus dorayaki. If you’re feeling more adventurous, then the fourteen-course Posidonia option also offers red prawns with apple, pork jowl and hoisin, and Ibizan Flaó cake.

7. Nobu Hotel Ibiza Bay

Best for: spa treatments and world-famous Nobu restaurant

Just 2km from Ibiza Town, the five-star Nobu Hotel Ibiza Bay provides an atmosphere of cool sophistication just a few steps from the beach.

Settle down on the large daybeds arranged around the resort's main pool and unwind to the mellow Balearic beats playing as you take a sip of a fresh smoothie from the seafront juice bar.

Elegance and luxury at its finest

Nobu is best known for its chain of Japanese restaurants, and the Beach Deck restaurant offers a wide selection of both Japanese and Spanish-inspired dishes including sushi, sashimi and bento box meals, as well as salads and light lunches. 

If you are here in the evening, Nobu's main restaurant is open for dinner, serving its internationally-renowned take on classic Japanese cuisines such as black cod miso and lobster tempura.

The hotel's private moorings are available for the use of guests arriving by sea, making it a welcoming stopover, whether for simply relaxing poolside or enjoying an excellent meal.


Best for: Views, varied cuisine, and excellent cocktails 

Taking inspiration from the living rooms of an East Coast house, Roto is built directly on top of the rocks that look out into Ibiza’s marina, offering visitors a fantastic view of the boats next door. 

Offering a myriad of dishes from around the world, Roto promises to have something for everyone in your charter party: whether you’re keen to try local delicacies like grilled octopus and paella, or are just craving creamy Italian pasta or a sushi platter, it will arrive beautifully presented at your table. The restaurant’s patatas a lo pobre (‘poor man’s potatoes’) are said to be the best on the island, which you can enjoy looking out at the castle nestled in the heart of Ibiza’s UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Dalt Vila. 

As the sun sets and the restaurant is soaked in the romantic red light from Roto’s iconic neon sign, wash the day down with one of their punchy cocktails as you get ready to dance under a beautiful starlit sky with even more beautiful people. 

9. Amante

Best for: secluded location and Tuesday movie nights

If Ibiza’s club scene isn’t for you, then you will fall in love with the rustic setting of the aptly named Amante beach club. It is set on the beautiful Sol D’en Serra Bay, making it hard to beat if what you’re looking for is a chilled-out atmosphere where you can escape the crowds. Tucked away in an idyllic cove, Amante’s secluded setting allows for a lazy day which blurs into an unhurried evening.

Ease into the day with a morning yoga session, before reclining on a sunlounger under the morning rays. After, head inside for a tempting selection of contemporary Spanish and Italian dishes such as grilled squid and baked sea bass. A child’s menu is also available, as well as an extensive wine list featuring some excellent Spanish and French vintages. 

 Tucked into an idyllic little cove, Amante has a more secluded feel

Once the sun has set, Amante offers a plethora of evening events that mark the perfect end to the day. One particular highlight is Tuesday movie night where you can enjoy a glass of cava in front of an open-air screening of classic films and unbeatable sunset views. 

For those arriving by sea, a tender service is available to transport guests from yachts moored offshore directly to the club’s private jetty. 

10. Omakase by Walt

Best for: intimate, private dining

One of Ibiza’s best kept secrets, this Michelin-star restaurant was inspired by the American speakeasy to create the ultimate exclusive dining experience. Omakase is tucked away in a side street with not so much as a sign by the entrance– looking like just another local household shop if you didn’t know any better. 

But looks are deliberately deceiving: guests enter to be seated in one of just 8 seats that line the sleek wooden bar behind which Chef Walter Sidoravicus prepares your food. With the minimalist wooden interior, Omakase emanates Japanese tradition and immediately puts you at peace as the buzz of Ibiza’s busy beaches is replaced by soft Japanese music. 

Translated as ‘I leave it up to you’, Omakase guests trust Chef to choose all the dishes using products that had been acquired that day. Prepared with the sharpest eye for detail, traditional Japanese favourites like Unagi Temaki and lobster nigiri will delight you and your party. 

In addition to the mouth-watering sushi, the restaurant also offers a carefully curated sake list which is constantly updated according to what is on the menu. With this artisanal food and drink, expect an unparalleled dining experience on the island.

Omakase by Walt is a 10 minute walk from the coast, so have a tender take you to the Platja de les Figueretes before you go in search of this hidden gem. 

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If you want to incorporate any of the magnificent Beach clubs featured in the article into your charter itinerary, please reach out to your preferred yacht charter broker.

For further inspiration, check out our sample Ibiza itineraries handpicked by experts with in-depth knowledge of the region. Alternatively, you can view the entire fleet of superyachts available for Ibiza yacht charters.

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