Food and drink
It’s the best of the Mediterranean, with seafood, meat and produce all sourced here on the island.
I’d suggest sharing a selection of starters, as they are all so good I find it hard to choose, especially between the goats' cheese and endive salad, tuna carpaccio and cured Iberian ham. For main course, the green asparagus risotto is amazing, the pork fillet stuffed with goats' cheese and tarragon is one of my favourites and the herb-crusted rack of lamb is so good my mouth waters as I’m writing about it.
The row of restaurants here has a real olde worlde charm, softly lit with candles and surrounded by buskers, musicians, mime artists and lots of tourists strolling around to check out the beautiful sights. It really does feel like you’ve “arrived” in Europe once you’ve sat down at your table - a vibe I never take for granted.
Fast and yet still five-star – the team here has been the same for the entire five years I’ve been visiting, so they have service and communication down to a fine art!
El Olivo is in one of the most charming locations in Ibiza, in the cobbled streets of Dalt Vila, a UNESCO World Heritage Listed Site. You can’t drive up here in a car, though taxis can get pretty close, it’s a beautiful walk up through the drawbridge to get here.
Starters are around 10 euros each while mains range between 22 and 30 euros.
- Culture vultures
- Mature travellers
- Great views / scenery
- People watching