The summer season is underway and you are planning to go to the Mediterranean coast? It is undoubtedly the leading destination to spend a vacation under the sign of the sun, idleness and party.
Discover without further ado the 11 new beach clubs and restaurants of the year on the hypest Mediterranenan spots!
1. Mosuke by Mory Sacko & Louis Vuitton
The collab of the summer
Louis Vuitton has teamed up with Mory Sacko for the opening of its first French restaurant. Mory Sacko, known from the TV show Top Chef, is now the host of the show “Cuisine ouverte: un chef sur la route” broadcast on France 3.
Credits to: Louis Vuitton
This June, he took over the mythical Place des Lices in Saint-Tropez by opening “Mory Sacko at Louis Vuitton” in the White 1921 hotel (LVMH). On the menu, French recipes with a Japanese and African touch.
2. Gina’s Restaurant
"Italian Seahouse" inspired by the patio of an Amalfi villa
Credits to: Gina's
Michelin-starred chef Eric Frechon has just opened his Italian seafood restaurant with a cuisine as elegant as the decor to delight the taste buds and retinas.
A traditional restaurant not to be missed, where you can find the most beautiful fish, shellfish and crustaceans.
3. Salama Restaurant
A Moroccan treasure close to the Place des Lices
Salama shines more than ever with its architecture and refined decoration, balancing between tradition and contemporary, typically Moroccan.
The setting is perfect to taste all the authenticity and finesse of a “homemade” cuisine where each dish is the promise of a distant journey through the lands of the south.
Credits to: Restaurants de France
4. Noja by Cotton Lifestyle, Ibiza
Nordic and Japanese cuisine by Cotton Food Lab
Since last winter, Noja restaurant has been nestled in an intimate and elegant setting in the center of Ibiza, offering Japanese cuisine made with fresh products from the cold waters of the Great North.
Credits to: Cotton Lifestyle
Here, there is no fixed menu, everything depends on the catch and the chef’s desires. The restaurant can accommodate only 24 people, 14 at the bar and 10 at the small tables for an exclusive and peaceful experience.
5. Zuma, Ibiza
Alfresco dining with stunning views of the glamorous harbour of Ibiza Town
Credits to: Icon Magazine
The Zuma Ibiza Pop up opens its doors this summer only! It will be located in the lively Botafoch marina. On the rooftop of the Ibiza Gran Hotel, the sushi bar and open kitchen will take center stage, with chefs cooking signature dishes such as spicy sesame beef tenderloin; miso-marinated black cod; yuzu tiger prawns; or grilled sea bass with chili and ginger.
6. Beach Caves, Ibiza
A enticing and unique new entertainment venue
Opened last May, the Beach Caves Restaurant offers local and seasonal cuisine inspired by Latin America. The bar offers a careful selection of Latin American spirits in a majestic setting. In this Six Senses venue, the emphasis is on art, music and entertainment, with special attention to the environment.
DJs, artists, local and international musicians can be found in the Xarraca Room, which can also host private parties for up to 150 guests.
Credits to: Journal des Palaces
7. The standard, Ibiza
Ibiza Essential To-Do List
Credits to: AD Magazine
The American brand “The Standard” has arrived in Ibiza, on the Vara del Rey square, in the heart of the old town.
An austere hotel where a street restaurant spills out into the square during the day, before transforming into a nightlife center after hours.
Local specialties are served in an exotic setting surrounded by lush vegetation.
8. La Palma Beach Club, Capri
Capri’s Colourful Masterpiece Refreshed
Credits to: Vogue
Just steps from Capri’s southern coast, discover the elegant and lively La Palma Beach Club at the La Palma Hotel in Marina Piccola, home to the island’s most famous beaches and restaurants.
Open to non-hotel guests, visitors will come from nearby yachts and hotels as La Palma Beach Club becomes the island’s premier gathering place for long, lazy lunches created by Gennaro Esposito and sunset cocktails.
9. Bagatelle Restaurant
French-Mediterranean quality dining experience
The world-renowned Bagatelle group lands in Mykonos this summer and is a must-see in the Cyclades.
Whether in the restaurant, lounge or bar, the fresh fruit cocktails and food offerings are an ode to the pure essence of Bagatelle.
Credits to: Romain Cerruti Draime © for Ad Magazine
10. Ftelia Beach Club
Cycladic and Aegean flavours, with plenty of savoury dishes
Credits to: Romain Laprade for Vogue
Enjoy the sun while relaxing on your deckchair, feel the salt of the sea in every breeze while the rhythm of the DJs accompanies you all day.
Healthy Mediterranean cuisine with redefined classics from Spain and Greece are offered at this new must-see beach club this summer.
11. Paraj Mykonos, Restaurant & Beach bar
Mediterranean dining, relaxation and beach bar vibes
In the most VIP of the Cycladic islands, on an idyllic beach, enjoy a delicious Mykonian experience of fine cuisine, beach club and perfect relaxation.
On the menu: Mediterranean fusion cuisine.
Dreaming of a perfect vacation with white sand, turquoise water and cocktails? The Mediterranean has many surprises in store for you, and so does your concierge.
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