Ibizan Cuisine, a truly unique flavour

Jun06

Located in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea, Ibiza is an island that is fortunate to have received a very rich cultural heritage. The island has been influenced by the various civilisations that have inhabited it, such as the Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans, Arabs and Christians, among many others that have left their mark. Their traditions and customs have influenced Ibizan life and character, including in its cuisine.

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Contemporary Art in Ibiza, MACE

Jun06

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Ibiza, due to a historical and multicultural legacy from the different civilizations throughout time that have inhabited the island, has a rich archaeological and ethnographic heritage. Moreover Dalt Vila, the walled enclosure, is considered the most important artistic and cultural enclave of Ibiza town. Inside you can find interesting museums, art galleries and interpretive centres.

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Agrotourismus Can Planells, past and present

May29

Hi everyone! My name is Joan Planells, this is my story and that of my family, and the relationship we have with the countryside, agriculture, tourism and Ibiza. We run a small agrotourismus called “Can Planells”. Casa ibicenca is located near the village of Sant Miquel de Balansat in the municipality of Sant Joan de Labritja, in the north of the island.

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The Ruta de la Sal, an offshore boat race

May29

Last April, Ibiza and its waters held one of the most important offshore boat racing events of the Mediterranean for cruise sailing, La Ruta de la Sal celebrated its 25th edition in memory of its founder Pepe Ferrés, whose name appears on the trophy.

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Cala Bassa Beach, a natural swimming pool

May29

About 25 to 30 minutes from Can Planells, you can spend lovely day in the sun on the beach in Cala Bassa. Situated on the west coast of Ibiza, this beach is accessible by car and there is plenty of parking nearby. You can get there from the road to Sant Antoni to Sant Josep, before going through the village of Sant Agustí you will find a turn to your right, you just have to follow the directions from there. Another good option is to take the ferry that leaves from the town of Sant Antoni, right on the seafront, with daily departures throughout the summer.

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