Bullit de Peix is one of the most representative fish dishes in our gastronomy. It is a modern version of Guisat de Peix, a traditional dish that fishermen used to make on their boats while they were out at sea
As soon as you set foot on Ibiza you see that the island’s delights are myriad, ranging from its beautiful coastline to its charming country villages and extending into its dynamic nightlife. Just one glance tells you that Ibiza holds everything you need to have a magnificent holiday experience. And, yet, there are certain things, such as its gastronomy, which are not so easy to detect. Ibiza’s traditional cuisine is based on seafood dishes and are a definite must-try, but there are also restaurants with their own style and personality which offer an honest cuisine that sets them apart.
It would be a sin to come to Ibiza and not try any of its local dishes which you can find in most of the iconic restaurants on the island. That’s why today we want to show you 5 places in the north of the island where you can enjoy 5 unique recipes prepared in the authentic Ibiza style. Not to mention that one of the best ways to explore the island is by trying its cuisine, one of the cultural values most appreciated by islanders and visitors alike. Bon apetit!
When dinnertime arrives in Ibiza you will find hundreds of restaurants of very different styles so you never get tired of going out to enjoy the cuisine of the island. But it can happen that if you don’t know the island very well, you might not be sure which restaurant to choose for trying the authentic Ibizan cuisine.
On the Can Planells hotel website we have a section, ‘Interesting Places‘, which is a small guide where we highlight the most authentic, entertaining and tasty spots in Ibiza. Our favorite places, beaches, restaurants, shops… Here’s a mini guide of the 12 most shared and liked places by visitors.
On the way to Sant Miquel de Balansat you’ll find many interesting restaurants where you can enjoy all types of cuisine, from typical Ibizan food to more varied and international dishes. Now let’s show you some of the best ones.
Summer is getting closer and there is no better summertime drink than a cool sangría. Very typical in our gastronomy it has become a very trendy beverage during the summertime in Ibiza. Made from wine, fruit slices and different liquors, its different combinations are very varied. In Ibiza you can find all kinds of sangrias, from the traditional red wine sangria, to sangrias made with cava, champagne, rosé cava, white wine, etc…
Ibiza is a very important wine tradition place, thanks to the strong influence throughout the history of Phoenicians, Greeks and Romans. The small farm-fields so characteristic in the island of Ibiza, managed to keep wine production as well as self production for the household. Tradition passed down from father to son until the present day.
Once again from our blog we’d like to bring you a few of our best gastronomical recommendations. So far, most of the restaurants we have profiled have been located on the island’s beaches, where the featured cuisine is traditional and sea-based. They have also been places which tend to fit into a daytime agenda of beachgoing and sightseeing.
Traditional Ibiza gastronomy, in the past years is positioning where it should be, every day a little bit closer to the top. It is simply magnificent and with a very wide range of suggestions and varied dishes. Always using great quality and local products appreciated more and more by island residents and visitors. From the sea and land.