By Orosol | On 28 January, 2013 In Gastronomy, Places of interest, Restaurants
The island of Ibiza offers visitors sun, amazing sandy beaches and turquoise waters, night-life, bars along with museums to discover its history. The island also offers other alternatives to enjoy and discover your soul, through gastronomy.
Ibiza cuisine is traditional, creative and modern, with exquisite scents and flavours. Culinary offerings based on fresh seasonal products, where the sea and the Ibizan garden provide quality ingredients.
There is a fabulous choice when it comes to enjoying the island’s cuisine and tapas. Through tantalizing gastronomic venues, both night and day, restaurants and bars invite you to try a range of dishes (home-made, unique, exotic or modern), located throughout the island of Ibiza.
The restaurant, located in the centre of the village of Sant Jordi, offers diners a friendly atmosphere and an assortment of home-made tapas with a personal touch. It has a quiet summer garden terrace and a comfortable lounge for winter.
Avd. Serra, 25
+34 971 395 860
A nice cafe restaurant, located in the centre of Sant Josep in front of the church. Its owners, always with a friendly and relaxed atmosphere, offer a small and exquisite exotic tapas menu, with Arabic and oriental influences displayed on the bar. Dine on a relaxed terrace.
C/ Atalaia, 15
Sant Josep de Sa Talaia
+34 971 800 341
Local modern home-made tapas, wines at the foot of the walled city of Dalt Vila, one of the most picturesque and atmospheric places in the city of Ibiza. Now newly renovated, the bar retains its original architecture.
C/ Manuel Sorà, 1
+34 971 316 589
Rincón de Pepe
Traditional home-made tapas bar, small Ibizan dishes and tasty slices of country bread dipped in olive oil and ripe tomato with sausage and cheese. Located in one of the more acclimated streets of down town Santa Eulalia.
C/ San Vicente, 53
Santa Eulària des riu
+34 971 331 321