Author: Xescu

Many travelers ask themselves this question before planning their trip, especially those who still do not know the island well or have visited it on rare occasions and still do not know the differences and nuances that vary according to the different times. In any case, we would find as many answers as residents. In Ibiza, each season is experienced differently...

The defense towers that are located on the coast of Ibiza are an essential part of the island's heritage, both for historical interest and for its special location. They are often located in eagle nests and impress with the spectacular panoramic views of the coastline. In total there are seven bastions and they made up the island's coastal defense system, which...

Ibizan cuisine is immensely varied and rich, despite being combined in a territory as small as ours, which is limited to an area of 572 square kilometers. An essential ingredient in its elaborations are aromatic herbs that, together with spices, are incorporated into multiple recipes, providing flavor, authenticity and rich nuances. Its application varies from house to house and from...

Since December 4, 1999, Ibiza is part of the UNESCO World Heritage catalog, forming part of an exclusive world club of which Spain is the most prominent member. The island has four assets inscribed in this declaration: the city's Renaissance walls, the Phoenician site of Sa Caleta, the Punic necropolis of Puig des Molins and a single natural and underwater...

From the point of view of fishing and seafood, September is undoubtedly the month of the raor (razorfish) in Ibiza. The closure of this very tasty and highly valued fish is lifted on the 1st of September and does not go down until April, although it is at the end of summer and in the beginning of autumn when the...