Cuisine

Ibiza offers a whole range of different cuisine: from traditional mainland dishes, to typical Ibizan dishes, and all possible varieties of fusion and ‘Mediterrasian’ cuisine, including Asian, Italian, Arab, French or Japanese food.

The best raw materials are served in the seafront restaurants, under Balinese pagodas, in haimas or in hotels and restaurants surrounded by palm trees, works of art and glamour. The island’s cuisine is characterised by innovation and quality. Rice, poultry or lamb dishes, stews, baked fish and pastries make up part of the hedonistic rainbow of flavours offered by Ibiza.

The restaurants also have an added value: the opportunity to savour these dishes in unique surroundings: with your feet buried in the sand and the sound of the waves in the background, in the labyrinthine streets of the citadel or in old country houses in the middle of the countryside. The island has a great variety of restaurants of extraordinary quality that offer Indian, Asian or Mediterranean cuisine, but you must also try Ibiza’s traditional dishes, such as seafood rice, ‘bullit de peix’ (fish stew) or ‘borrida de rajada’ (skate stew). For those who prefer meat, there is mixed meat rice, ‘frita de porc’ (fried pork) and ‘sofrit pagès’ (mixed meat and vegetable dish).

Ibizan pastries are also delicious. For example, the cake made from goat and sheep cheese and mint (‘flaó’) or a pudding of ensaimadas, milk and egg known as ‘greixonera’. In addition, most restaurants serve local wines and the island’s wineries open their doors to visitors.

The craft industry offers travellers the best souvenirs to take home with them from the island, such as virgin olive oil or honey, as well as liqueurs such as the famous Ibizan herb liqueur or “palo”, not to mention other products such as cheeses, sobrassada and various sausages, almonds or dried figs.

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