Must see restaurants in Formentera

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    Ca Na Pepa

    Beside the church-fortress, this low-key cafe opens onto a delightful terrace with artily mismatched seating, shaded by brushwood and wrapped in…

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    Codice Luna

    Right beside the La Mola lighthouse, Codice Luna is a beautifully designed cafe-restaurant, all whitewashed wood and an exquisite terrace opening up soul…

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    Ca Na Joana

    The magically seductive setting is half the appeal at this exquisitely restored 17th-century house (one of Formentera's most ancient): all blanched walls,…

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    S'Abeurada de Can Simonet

    An excellent-value set lunch menu (€11) and platters of cold meats and local cheeses are among the key attractions at this unpretentious, locally popular…

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    Es Cupiná

    On Platja de Migjorn's southeastern corner, and in business for 40 years, smart Es Cupiná is noted for its freshly cooked fish of the day. Paella, fideuà…

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    Vogamarí

    Set amid a greenery-dotted dune, Vogamarí dishes up island specials on a broad, view-splayed beachside veranda. It’s great for fresh fish, paella, fideuà…

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    Es Molí de Sal

    In a tastefully revamped mill, Es Molí de Sal boasts a lovely terrace, a stylish chill-out lounge and magnificent views across the sea to Ibiza's Es Vedrà…

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    Sa Platgeta

    Planted amid pines just back from a rock-studded beach, with a breezy terrace from which you can hear the sea splashing away, this simple bar-restaurant…

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    S’Eufabi

    This shaded eatery, 1km southeast of Es Caló, dishes up some of the best paella and fideuá (a paella-like noodle dish) on Formentera, at refreshingly…

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    10.7

    Milan meets the Balearics at this fashionable Italian number, with a worldwide menu of sushi, pasta, seafood, salads, ceviche and grilled meats and…

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    Bocasalina

    This sophisticated glass-fronted waterside restaurant rustles up home-cooked pasta, spot-on seafood and steaks, and paellas and fresh fish for sharing…

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    Ca Na Lina

    On a shaded roadside terrace (or within smartly updated interiors) at the west end of town, friendly Ca Na Lina specialises in hearty grilled meats,…

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    Restaurante Tanga

    Steps from the shimmering shore on Platja Llevant, long-standing Tanga delivers delicious seafood dishes, including grilled prawns, grouper, dorada and…

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    Can Toni

    An atmospheric, locally popular, century-old bar-restaurant in the heart of El Pilar de la Mola, hosting regular live music and flamenco nights. It's open…

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    Café Matinal

    A cheery cafe tucked into a slim alley just off Sant Francesc's main square, Matinal delights with its popular, well-priced home-cooked breakfasts fuelled…

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    Es Mirador

    Halfway between Es Caló and El Pilar de la Mola, this spectacularly positioned hillside restaurant has a terrific terrace from which you can watch the sun…

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    Can Forn

    Family-run Can Forn plates up authentic island cuisine and has a cosy old-school vibe. Go for dishes such as calamar a la bruta (‘dirty calamari’, with…

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    El Caminito

    An orange-hued Argentine grill that brings a touch of the pampas to the Balearics, serving juicy, creatively plated steaks at tables strung around a pool…

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    Claro Piadineria

    A fashionable Italian pit stop for breakfast, piadini (flatbread sandwiches), coffee and free wi-fi.

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    Lucky

    A classic beach-bliss Balearic chiringuito that does a roaring trade in high season. The terrace is tiny, so you may have to wait, but the food is simple…