Ibiza Winter Restaurants

December 24th, 2008 - 7:42 pm Posted in ibiza winter tourism | Comments (0)

Over on our winter on ibiza blog we’ve put up an article about the infamous “ibiza restaurant road” on the way to San Juan:

es pinsSome five years ago we reported on the rather unusual ‘Restaurant Row’ in Ibiza, that locals know as the San Juan Road. It’s a stretch of innocuous country road from the middle of nowhere to San Juan, notable only for an extraordinary selection of diverse restaurants within the space of little more than five kilometers.

During the summer in Ibiza its reputation subsides into the shadow of the over priced and tourist dominated beach chiringuito restaurants, but it struggles through, ably supported by providing ‘insider’ food at ‘insider’ prices – these are the places to which the locals go…

And the term locals includes both the local Ibicencos and the resident ‘extranjeros’, so all tastes are catered for.
So as the bulk of the island puts up the shutters and prepares for a long winter of naval gazing, this quiet north side of the island wakes up…

The full article can be found here: winter restaurants

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