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Ibiza, Spain Cuisine | Where to Eat

Popular Local Cuisine: Ibizan cuisine has some unique recipes that will appeal to the adventurous gourmand. Following in the Mediterranean tradition of fish stews, Ibiza's Guisat de peix is a garlicky blend of different fishes cooked in a clay pot. Peix sec is a fisherman's invention - dried fish served in a salad with tomatoes, potatoes, and onions. The lowly ray is given a lovely presentation on the island in Ray Borrida, spiced with saffron, garlic, pastis, added to potatoes and almonds. The local tuna is pan-cooked with the enhancement of pine nuts and raisins, along with the standard mix of peppers, onions and garlic. Desserts include the anise custard called flao and the potato flour donut, orelletes. There are a few locally produced wines, but the favorite local alcoholic beverages are the local herb liqueurs. Santa Eularia is considered the culinary center of the island.

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Cruise lines that visit Ibiza: Star Clippers, Azamara Club Cruises, Crystal, Oceania, Paul Gauguin, Regent Seven Seas, Seabourn, SeaDream Yacht Club, Silversea, Costa, Disney Cruise Line, MSC Cruises, Royal Caribbean

Key Attractions: Ibiza Town, Old Town, Cathedral Santa Maria, Aquamar Water Park, Playa D'en Bossa, La Salinas, Salada Beach, Cala Vadella, Cala d'Hort, San Antonio, Sa Caleta (Phooenician) Ruins, Day Clubs and Parties

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