Whether you are a foodie or just curious about the food, Ibiza Food Tours guided visits are perfect for learning about and sampling the best Ibiza and Spain has to offer.
Food in Ibiza is influenced by its long history of different cultures who have lived on the island from the Phoenicians to the Romans and the Moors as well as that of mainland Spain. You will get to taste a treasure trove of delights as you walk the streets of Ibiza Town, stopping off at cafes, tea shops, bakers and markets. You will get to try fine Spanish hams, fresh fish, cakes and sweets and tapas as well as wines, liqueurs and even a special cider.
The tour starts in Ibiza Town’s marina and begins the day with coffee, including the brandy-fortified carajillo, along with local sweet pastry ensaimada. From here, you will visit the oldest baker on Ibiza where you will try the local speciality Flaó. Then you will visit small cafes and bars to try a selection of delights in each of the 8-10 venues included on the tour. You also get to stop off at Ibiza’s market, where you will visit some of the stalls and learn about how each of the goods are sourced and prepared. Sample authentic tapas, sweets, hams, fish, pastries, fresh olives, cheeses and even a local ice cream. As you try each goodie, you will learn how they are produced along with some history to put it all into context. The tour ends with a shot of hierbas, the local liqueur at the old market.
The tour begins at 10.30 h. and lasts 4-5 hours.
The tour stops of at many places, including a lovely little tea shop and a tea that is made from the herbs that make the alcoholic drink hierbas, all picked from the countryside and accompanied by almond-rich turron, a sweet delicacy. You will go on to try many food and drink delights, with things like the classic Spanish croquetas and a special cider from the North of Spain, which is dispensed from a great height – you can even try pouring it yourself if you dare. On the tour, you will taste some great wines from Ibiza, Spain and Formentera, hams, cheeses, ice-car, and local liqueurs hierbas and Frigola, before finishing with delicious locally made ice cream.
The tour begins at 17:30 h. and lasts 4-5 hours.
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Available: all year round
Activity time (other days and times on request):
from May to October: Mondays and Fridays at 10:30 h., Wednesdays and Saturdays at 17:30 h.
from November to April every Saturday at 17:30 h.
Meeting point: Sailors statue, Ibiza town
Duration: 4-5 hours
Age restrictions: 10
Languages spoken: English, Spanish, German, French
Price includes: all food and drinks, 20 foods and 8 drinks
Important: able to walk approx. 5 km
Minimum participants per group: 3
Maximum participants per group: 8
Cancellation policy: If you cancel more than 24 hours before your date of departure as shown on your ticket, you will be fully refunded.
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