Ibiza

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Ibiza

(ēvē`thä), island (1990 pop. 33,776), 221 sq mi (572 sq km), Baleares prov., Spain, third largest of the Balearic Islands, in the W Mediterranean. The town of Ibiza is the capital. There are fisheries and saltworks on the island. Subsistence farming, aided by irrigation, is mostly terraced. A picturesque island with Roman, Phoenician, and Carthaginian remains, Ibiza attracts tourists and artists.

Ibiza

, Iviza, Eivissa
1. a Spanish island in the W Mediterranean, one of the Balearic Islands: hilly, with a rugged coast; tourism. Pop.: 40 175 (2003 est.). Area: 541 sq. km (209 sq. miles)
2. the capital of Ibiza, a port on the south of the island. Pop.: 16 000 (latest est.)
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"Ultimate beauty and harmony were pursued while respecting the limitations of the surrounding nature, fusing local Ibizan architecture with avant guard elements."
We had Ibizan red prawn ceviche with a cocktail of melon gazpacho with basil oil, local rabbit with baby roast potato salad and fennel slaw, then Caribbean Jerk Chicken with Jamaican Escabeche (pickled vegetables) coconut rice and jerk gravy.
The striking Moorish ambience of the 17th century overlooking the old Ibizan church and surrounding hills is Ibiza's finest kept secret.
Opening in May 2014 on a beautiful bay in Santa Eulalia, the 200-room ME Ibiza (including 21 ME+ suites, rates staring from EeAu145 (Dh857) per night), with its direct access from the boat to the hotel, offers modern and minimalist Ibizan interiors and stunning sea views.
ARRAN Wearmouth should have been sunning himself on an Ibizan beach this afternoon.
The typical Ibizan architecture with its cosy courtyards, arches, galleries and little water ways were kept and interpreted in a modern way.
Phil, meanwhile, gets to gloat as he emulates the life of the Ibizan super-rich, checking into a private suite at one of the island's most exclusive hotels in Santa Eulalia.
No doubt after that Bruce will be hanging up his snow-shoes for some sangria at the remote Ibizan farmhouse where he lives the rest of the year.
Imagine the elements in neutral tones: is it any more than an Ibizan beach bar?
Three dance music heavyweights will team up to bring some Ibizan Balearic spirit to Scotland.
Some readers may be temporarily restless between the downshift into the backstory and fully realized milieu of the Ibizan expatriates.
With lots of dogs, from aristocratic Afghan hounds to zany Ibizan hounds, this is a delightful adventure for dog lovers of all ages.