Food and drink
A proper fish and seafood restaurant with some lively salads and good quality tapas.
My vote goes to the grilled fish and sumptuous paellas washed down with a cold, crisp bottle of Verdejo (the Spanish equivalent of Sauvignon Blanc).
Es Port is old fashioned with a warm, inviting atmosphere. A brutal wind can blow up in these parts so, with the best will in the world, the terraces (ground and first floor) aren’t always ideal.
These guys are full of enthusiasm for their pristine little corner of the world and it rubs off. Sitting here you feel very privileged, like you’ve been let into some great and wonderful secret.
Talk about the ends of the earth - you need nerves of steel to drive the steep, hairpin bends that lead down to the Port de Valldemossa, but boy is it worth it for a quick dip off the pebble beach followed by a long leisurely lunch in Es Port.
Starters cost anywhere between 3.50 euros for a pa amb oli (bread, aioli and olives), salads around 8.50 euros and main fish or rice dishes anywhere between 12.50 euros and 21 euros.
- First-time travellers
- Seasoned travellers
- Sporty types
- Travellers with pets
- Escaping the crowds
- Great views / scenery
- No fuss
- Nature / wildlife