Shopping in Ibiza
With so many movie stars and jetset people visiting Ibiza, we realize that we
can shop for the latest fashion and accessories on this island. Not least, we
think many (young and old) girls are very pleased when they see the range of
jewelery and other accessories.
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We do not know a better place to buy bikinis, t-shirts, sunglasses and the
like than in Ibiza. Otherwise, Spain and the Balearic Islands are known for
their shoes and leather products. You will find many specialty shops for that
kind in Ibiza as well.
In Ibiza town is probably the most common start and end point for the
shopping port area. Here it crosses the street markets with all kinds of
products you expect to see. The more respected shops can be found in the streets
Avg. d'Isidor Macabich and Passeig Vara de Rey.
Hippie markets in Ibiza
Everyone who visits Ibiza visits the Hippie market Es Canar.
This market in Las Dalias at Sant Eularia east of Ibiza is
organized on Wednesdays during the summer season. Opening hours are usually from
10am to 7pm. An alternative is the Hippi market Las Dalias in
San Carlos. Not so well known, but okay. The time for this is
Souvenirs on Ibiza
Typical souvenirs and other products you bring home are olive oil of all
kinds and various craft products. The Hippies settled in Ibiza in the 1960s and
some of them are still alive. Several of these make underfunded clothes and sips
that one is easily tempted to buy. Even today, the new hippies come here. For
Ibiza is a liberal and inclusive island that provides space and space for all
kinds of people.
Food, and primarily ham, is also something to buy home. and wine of course.
And youngsters surely appreciate music or movies from Café del Mar or one of the
larger clubs on the island. Chill out music is typical of Ibiza.
Take a trip to Sant Antoni and the La Puerta Olvidada store, or
'The Forgotten Door'. If you need something for your house or apartment that is
guaranteed not to be next door, then you go here.
Eating on Ibiza
Foods in Spain include tapas, paella, delicious seafood, ham and barbecue
dishes that provide mouth watering. Not many other countries can compare with
the variety of food that Spain possesses. As a favorite holiday destination, it
is no wonder that Ibiza offers a number of very good restaurants. Even on
several of the beaches, you will find restaurants that take great pride in
cooking, and not just "skipping" the tourists for euros.
In Ibiza town there is plenty to choose from both bars and
restaurants along the central Vara de Rey street. However, you will find
something to eat or drink everywhere else in the city if you do not presumably
find this particular street.
However, the "food town" of Ibiza is not Ibiza town, but Santa Eulalia
east of the island. Here the selection is large and the food excellent. One
restaurant that may appear to be a favorite here is the Cardamom Club
Indian Restaurant. Romantic and good! Better not get Indian food.
As you understand, there are a number of international restaurants in Ibiza,
so there is plenty to choose from, even if you want Italian, Indian or Chinese
food. But first and foremost, there are local Spanish restaurants that attract
us, with inspiration from both "Mediterranean" and Catalan cuisine.
A local dessert that must be tasted is Flaoens, a pastry originating
in Menorca. Flaons de Morella, for example. filled with cottage cheese. Often
they are sweetened with sugar or honey. Keep in mind that these cakes have a
history dating back to the 13th century. Alternatively, take an ensaimada for
cos, these are available everywhere, just seek out a pastelerias or a bar.
Best restaurant in Ibiza!
The ultimate restaurant in Ibiza is probably Can Bigotis,
located just off Cala Mastella beach, in Sant Carles. The menu is
seafood and the food is always fresh and the quality high. Here you have to book
a table, literally. It must also be made personal. So take the trouble to stop
in for a table reservation and look forward to a late-night restaurant visit.
Here is a selection of simple but good restaurants we recommend in Ibiza:
The Curry Club
If you are in Sant Antoni (San Antonio) then you should visit The Curry
Club. A beautiful restaurant with lovely food. Add ok prices and a friendly
service, then you will understand that most things should be arranged for a
El Pirata The
craving for a pizza? Then we suggest El Pirata at the port of Ibiza Town! Some
claim this is the island's best pizza. Investigate yourself!
Moorea Grill Restaurant
Here you typically get food from the Mediterranean region. Moorea Grill is open
almost 24 hours a day and very popular. It is centrally located at Playa
d'en Bossa. Beach terrace for those who want to enjoy the view.
A popular restaurant is Flippers. A Spanish gentleman with an English wife runs
this beach restaurant at Cala Llonga. The style is casual and can
easily be described as an English pub mixed with a Mexican Nachos bar. Excellent
barbecue food and also a possible starting point for a proper Sangria vorspiel!
Some also use Flippers as a fixed breakfast room. The large Flipper breakfast
(from 1000) is popular!