Sa Punta is owned by the people behind Ibiza’s superclub Pacha, but try not to let that put you off. There are no giant cherry logos, no blaring house music, and no half-naked girls dancing in giant martini glasses (sadly). If anything Sa Punta is a little bit too staid: in lieu of clubbers there are lots of wealthy sixty-somethings picking at seabass and drinking ice-cold white wine. Sophisticated, yes. Wildly atmospheric? No.
However the restaurant itself is lovely, with a view that allows you to watch the sunset over the bay until you can see Dalt Villa, glimmering like a gold coin in the distance. The food is expensive but luxurious: we ate lobster niçoise, seafood linguine and steak. Fancy, huh?