SUPER EXCLUSIVE PROMO + CAVA BOTTLE
We offer an exclusive 20% discount on all bookings staying in May or June. Promotion available for all room types. In addition, with a minimum stay of 3 nights, we will give a free bottle of Cava.
FREE WIFI IN ROOMS!!
All guests who decide to share with us your experience in Ibiza will be able to enjoy our new free WIFI internet connection in all rooms!
Isla de Ibiza
"Awaken your 5 senses
The cuisine in Ibiza and Formentera is based on traditional cooking, handed down from generation to generation, from a way of life that made the most of the scarce natural resources that the agriculture, fishing and hunting could offer the natural inhabitants. All this together with its peculiar inhabitants and three determining factors; the mediterranean marked by seasonal products, its historical inhabitants and the fact that it is an island, make the local people creative which led to a rich cuisine. The ibicencan cuisine has, over the years, received many influences and has been able to make the most of its inheritance which makes it a trully historical way of cooking.
The ibicencan cuisine has two different sides marked by winter and summer. The production of traditional wine and the old ceremony where a pig is killed and spicy sausages are produced are common between november and february. In the hotter months, the island is transformed to offer a variety of local cuisine, national and international to suit all tastes.
Ibiza and Formentera have more than 2,300 restaurants, coffee shops and bars, an amount which shows what a large variety in cuisine we can offer. The old pitiusa cuisine based on wheat, olive oil and wine has been enriched by variuos fish and meat dishes as well as a variety of legumes, vegetables and fruits that grow on the island.
Our local cooking expertly combines fish like the sought after “raor” or seafood like lobster with a grouper or squid stew, including a rice or fresh produce from the market. We highlight dishes like the “bollit de peix” and the “guisat de peix” (both fish based), the “sofrit payes” (a stew made with lamb, chicken, spicy sausages and potatoes), the “arroz de matanzas” and the “frito de pulpo”, as well as our wide range of desserts like the “flaó”, the “greixonera”, “buñuelos” and “orelletes” amongst others. We also reccommend you to try the wine from San Mateo and the Hierbas Ibicencas (local liquor).
In conclusion, our cuisine is a real treasure for those who know how to enjoy an experience like this in good company.