A Quick And Easy Guide To Ibiza's Restaurants

By Tom Binns

Quite apart from hitting the clubs, tanning by the pool and heading off for vacation tours across the Island, there is little doubt you will want to take in the delights that Ibiza's restaurants have to offer.

Whilst it is always good to submerge yourself in a local culture, you may find the traditional Ibicenco dishes a little too piquant for your tastes. However, with more standard Spanish restaurants everywhere, and a host of cuisines from all over the world, there is surely to be something to tempt you.

Because of the island's popularity across Europe, it is also possible to taste the cuisine from countries you may not immediately aware of; Germany and Holland for example. Why not take the time to try something a little different whilst in Ibiza?

The food is generally of an excellent quality, no matter where you choose to eat. However, what is also excellent with all of Ibiza's restaurants is the price. Whilst recent changes have seen exchange rates slide, this is still true today where selecting the "menu del dia" at lunch, will give you three courses, wine for about ten to fifteen Euros.

There will of course be restaurants attached to the hotel or resort you are staying in, and these can be good too. However, for the real experience, seek out those along the marinas and into the countryside.

Whilst Ibiza is well known for its party spirit, there is nothing to say you cannot take advantage of its other attractions. If you are headed there during summer season, you will find a number of fast food places looking for your trade. And whilst they may be great for after the club, they are not going to give you the dining experience that Ibiza's restaurants are able to manage. A little tip; look for the locals!

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