This guided walking tour around the city will take you to 6-8 unique places to try different types of food and drinks typical to Ibiza and Spain, including tapas, wine,
This guided walking tour around the city will take you to 6-8 unique places to try different types of food and drinks typical to Ibiza and Spain, including tapas, wine, the famous jamon and much more.
DATE & TIME:
Wednesday 11th September 2019 – 17.00h
The Sailor Statue on the corner of the old harbour of Ibiza Town
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We start the tour at 17.00h in the marina of the old town of Ibiza – the centre for business, trading and meeting people for 1000s of years. We first take you to a wine shop to taste local wines and liqueurs from Ibiza. From here we continue the experience with a stop at one of the most special restaurants on Ibiza, the ‘living room’ of chef Boris. This wonderful chef worked at a famous Michelin starred restaurant in Copenhagen and now he will prepare the most amazing tapas for us, using the best local and fresh products of the day.
We will learn to poor cider and we will walk to an enchanting tea salon in the backstreets of Ibiza where we’ll enjoy a delicious infusion of Ibizan herbs along with a traditional sweet pastry.
We’ll continue with jamons and cheeses paired with fabulous Rioja wines, followed by a busy Spanish bar to taste pinxtos and tapas. We finish the tour with a short walk through the old town to taste locally produced ice cream.
The tour lasts between 4-4 ½ hours and costs 79€ per person. It’s the equivalent of having lunch and dinner. The minimum required for a tour to go ahead is 4 from mixed group bookings. To reserve your spot you must book and pay online beforehand through www.ibizafoodtours.
**** Special Note**** If you are traveling from one of the cruise ships please allow at least ONE hour if you plan to walk, as it is a long way around to the meeting point. Alternatively you may like to use the shuttle bus service or book a taxi. Our guides can only wait for a maximum of 10 minutes if you are late.