Ibiza is famous the world over as the place to go to catch the best DJs
and club brands in the world, where the party never stops and, while
that is an accurate description of the island, it’s also only a fraction
of what this Balearic gem has to offer. One of its many other
attractions is the ever-growing food scene, where local restaurant
owners and some high profile imports are delivering stunning venues with
equally impressive menus, ensuring foodies have just as much reason to
check out the island as clubbers.
Sa Capella is just outside San Antonio but couldn’t be further from the
hustle and bustle of the fast food haven that is the west end than if it
were located on a planet in a neighbouring galaxy! Think rustic,
tranquil, traditional, friendly and you’re in the vicinity; this locally
owned nugget in the countryside is without a doubt one of the finest
dining experiences that you are likely to encounter.
Carlos and his talented, friendly and efficient team will make you feel
welcome, like part of their extended family, comfortable in the
breathtaking surroundings that the 350 year old building provides.
There’s no doubt that there must be substance to the stories of ghosts,
probably someone who enjoyed a meal there in the past and didn’t want to
Originally destined to be a place of worship, it’s fitting that Sa
Capella should enjoy a similar commitment from its army of ever
increasing loyal patrons as that of a religion. Specialties are many and
varied but one of our favourites is the ox cooked on a bed of salt at
your own table, it takes a bit of beating.
The dramatic surroundings, with original brick work, high ceilings and
chandeliers, have played host to numerous celebrities over the years,
but this is not a place where fame and fortune are celebrated, everyone
is treated as a member of the Sa Capella family, one of the many small
details that make your visit to the restaurant unforgettable.