Eat and Drink

5 Charming Chiringuitos in ibiza

A laid-back beach bar (or chiringuito as they’re called in Spain) can turn a good beach into a great one! More relaxed than a beach club and generally rough-and-rustic in style, once you find one you like, you’ll want to keep going back. Ibiza has no shortage of beaches, with plenty of them featuring …

Read More »

Go to Ibiza: Eat Mexican

Ibiza is home to a few great independent Mexican restaurants, meaning they’re not big chains and you can’t find them anywhere else in the world yet, so if you fancy trying something different and spicy while you’re in Ibiza, check out these home-grown Mexican restaurants. Taco Paco Where: Santa Eulalia, …

Read More »

Best Beach Lunches: Chiringuitos restaurant guide

Eating at a chiringuito (beach restaurant) in Ibiza is one of the best treats of summer. When you are sitting in the breeze, looking over the sparkling turquoise sea, breathing in the salt air it is hard to imagine anything more pleasant. The island is dotted with hundreds of beach …

Read More »

Iconic Ibiza foods: queso de cabra

One of the most delicious meals in Ibiza (and a staple for vegetarians) is ensalada de queso de cabra—goat cheese salad. The mix of fresh greens, tomatoes and carrots topped with a slab of just-melted grilled cheese captures the freshness and flavour of the island. Queso de cabra is a …

Read More »

Ibiza Foods Figs

Iconic Ibiza foods: figs Ibiza is fortunate to grow a range of fruits and vegetables. Among these is the fig, a sweet staple that grows on gnarled, silver-barked trees that dot the campo. Many farmers cultivate fig trees but those of you who love walking the island know you can …

Read More »

No-heat summer cooking

During the scorching days of high summer in Ibiza the last thing you want is to be sweating over a hot stove! Fortunately, you don’t have to turn up the heat to create delicious meals for family and friends. Even better, eating plenty of raw, fresh, whole foods is a …

Read More »

Spanish wine guide: Reds

Spain and wine go hand in hand, and its wine culture stretches back millennia. Despite its small size, Ibiza played a huge role in Spanish viticulture. Some 2000 years ago the Phoenicians grew grapes and produced wine here, which they traded around the Mediterranean. Don’t leave without trying these five …

Read More »

Spanish wine guide: Whites

Nothing is more refreshing than a cold glass of white wine on a hot day, and there is no better excuse than an afternoon in Ibiza to discover Spanish whites. Step out of the comfort zone of Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay to explore the authentic vino blanco of Spain. Albariño …

Read More »

OPEN YOUR EYES

Stay updated with all the latest news,
upcoming events & much more.
Subscribe to our newsletter!
SUBSCRIBE NOW
X