Food and drink
A modern take on Mediterranean traditions, with tasty tapas bites, hearty rice dishes and fresh seafood sitting alongside burgers, pastas and big salads. There’s also a simple breakfast menu and fresh pastries in the mornings.
You can’t go past the family recipe paella, though I must admit I’m also a big fan of the dessert cabinet, so save some room!
A very relaxed, chilled out affair – locals tap away on their laptops, making the most of the island’s best WiFi with a view while families take a break from their day on the beach below. I love it in winter – it’s so peaceful and beautiful, and big outdoor heaters plus fluffy blankets on the outdoor loungers make it cosy too.
The ZenSea team is like a big happy family, and nothing is ever too much trouble at any time of the day or night, at any time of the year.
Cala Nova is one of my favourite Ibiza beaches, because it’s so different to all the others with its waves, rocky cliffs and reddish sands and it’s never too crowded either. ZenSea is elevated just above the beach, with sunbeds below so you have the most picture perfect views and parking just outside.
Considering its stunning seafront location, I think ZenSea is a bargain! Breakfast is around 7 euros while main meals range between 10-20 euros.
Tables to book
The comfy lounge area outside is a great place to chill out in summer and ZenSea is also available to be booked for private functions and weddings.
Part of the local Ibicenco collective Grupo Parot, which has a succession of businesses in the area. See links on the website for more details.
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- Great views / scenery
- Chilling out
- Nature / wildlife