Can Jaume is one of those Ibizan restaurants that has a great history behind their backs. It opened its doors more than fifty years ago, when Cala Vadella it was a virgin beach where there was nothing but sand and the sea.
In its beginnings, it was the meeting point for the locals, who came there in order to spend magnificent weekends. It was not until the 60s when its founder, Vicent d'en Jaume, turned his small business into that bar that, years later, became what is today one of the restaurants in Ibiza's most prized cuisine.
Located in the heart of Cala Vadella, you can already get an idea of the views and tranquility of which you will enjoy in this beautiful spot. However, in Can Jaume they do not only conform to the privileged environment that surrounds them, but they have always paid special attention to their cuisine.
Your menu consists of a wide variety of dishes from the Mediterranean cuisine. Their rices are famous throughout the islandIn fact, there are those who come up to the restaurant asking for them. The quality of the fresh fish It is also exceptional. They have some of the best examples of Ibiza, those whose intense taste of the sea fascinates lovers of this food, and they also have their own nursery. lobsters and lobsters. Also, you will find juicy meats, salads and even pasta. You will always see that option that satisfies your cravings. If indecision assails you, ask Your employees, they are charming.
La terrace Can Jaume is perfect to end a full day at the beach and shelter from the sun's rays. In it you can relax and taste its rich Cava sangria or any of your wines extensive wine cellar while the little ones have fun in a safe space. By the way, do not forget to try their desserts! Homemade cakes, greixonera, pineapple gratin ... Even the least sweet ones will suck their fingers!
To make matters worse, during the month of April and September you can contemplate one of the most beautiful sunsets from Ibiza. Can Jaume is a pleasant family restaurant where eating well and enjoying the true essence of the island is extremely simple.
In addition to its delicious paellas, the jig squid and bullit de peix are a must in Can Jaume. If your thing is meat you are also in luck. The Cordon Bleu that its chefs prepare is most tempting. A generous portion of pork tenderloin with ham and cheese that many have already succumbed to.
In summer the stoves do not stop working from the 12 at noon and until the 24 hours at night. In winter until 23 hours.
How to get there
After the village of San Jose you will find a detour that indicates the direction of Cala Vadella and Cala Tarida. Take it and, after passing a road with many curves, you will arrive at Cala Vadella, on the right hand side. On the same beach you will see the Can Jaume restaurant.