Author: Xescu

An important number of our clients consider their visit to Es Torrent as a long day at the beach, which is combined with the possibility of enjoying the Ibizan cuisine that we offer in our restaurant. Many of them rent a hammock, sunbathe, bathe in the crystal clear water of the cove and, when the time comes, enjoy the paella,...

Today the island of Ibiza is considered one of the most prosperous territories of the Mediterranean, thanks to the tourism phenomenon, which began on the island more than half a century ago. However, the reality of the Ibiza in times gone by has nothing to do with the living standards enjoyed by today's Ibizan families. Before Ibiza had a tourism industry,...

They say that the origin of salted fish is to be found in the Dead Sea, where the fish were covered with clay. In any case, this technique, which in Es Torrent we use daily, especially with seabass, is very old and widespread throughout the Mediterranean. The technique consists of covering the fish with a crust of coarse salt before baking...

The municipality of Sant Josep, which occupies the south of Ibiza, is the largest on the island and covers the most kilometers of coastline. Some of the most important beaches are in its territory, such as Ses Salines, Es Cavallet, Platja d'en Bossa or the Platges de Comte. Es Torrent, however, awaits in the area of Es Cubells, which is...

This coming Friday, April 12, Es Torrent inaugurates a new season, which will be the 33rd in our history. For weeks, the restaurant team has been working to have everything in order. The terrace is ready, the suppliers have delivered and we have ordered the best fresh fish on the island, to serve 'bullit de peix', grills, baked fish and...

The fishermen of Ibiza continue to use many of the fishing arts that were already used centuries ago. Currently, there are two brotherhoods –Ibiza capital and Sant Antoni de Portmany–, which total around 80 members. They fish on board 6 trawlers and 55 smaller crafts (the traditional llaüts). The minor arts have as preferred activity fishing with nets, which according to...

Since ancient times, ibizans have collected the honey that the bees produce with the pollen they collect from the flowers of the forest and the field. Formerly, this sweet nectar was an essential food for families, as it complemented the diet and offered a remarkable ingredient for the preparation of desserts or to enjoy it simply with a piece of...