Sa Foradada is only accessible by either boat or a tough hike, making it a really special and exclusive spot. We are often known to anchor overnight here as it is very sheltered from the North, and facing West gives us the most amazing Sunsets.
This coastline now has UNESCO World Heritage status so is recognised for its outstanding beauty.
The restaurant is located up on the cliff face. Often we are the only people here! The waters are crystal clear with caves to swim in. We come ashore in a small tender and it is a little walk (100 metre or so) up to the restaurant.
The same family have lived, fished and cooked here for over 40 years. There is no electricity for them so they have to cook on open fires, giving a lovely smokey scent to the food. Rustic is the theme as you relax and take in this fantastic place. Lidia takes great care of us as her father rustles up paella or simple fish dishes on the open fires…enjoy!