All Year Round Dining In Yemanja

All Year Round Dining In Yemanja

Sitting overlooking Cala Jondal, as the clear blue water laps against the rocks at the edge of the shore, waiting for our paella to arrive has to be one of the best feelings of winter in Ibiza. Yemanja is an island favourite, having fed us all year round for as long as we can remember. If you haven’t breathed that fresh sea air and sampled the delicious Mediterranean menu yet this winter, make your reservation now!

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Cala Jondal is a hotbed of activity throughout the summer months, with a selection of venues all offering something special making sure that it is one of the most travelled roads on the island. During winter, Yemanja becomes the focal point, where a warm welcome, a spectacular view and some of the best food on the island awaits. Famous for its traditional paella, rice and fish dishes, it adopts recipes handed down through generations to offer a world-class experience no matter when you drop in.

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For the days when the weather takes a turn, the roaring fire makes for a comforting heat and the views of the Mediterranean become even more dramatic than normal. Minibiza Kids Club are on hand at the weekend with a special kids corner, offering you and your family a home away from home. It makes for the perfect destination whether you are enjoying a catch up with friends, looking for a romantic meal for two or spending quality time with the family, Yemanja never closes.
Heading to the seafront is one of the many positives about living on an island, combine a relaxed atmosphere, a warm welcome and some fantastic food and drink and Yemanja becomes a must visit. If you do anything else this winter, treat yourself to a day out. Make sure you make a reservation in advance, it’s one of the most popular dining destination on the island.

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