Happy New Year, Feliç Any Nou, Feliz Año Nuevo, …


Happy New Year, Feliç Any Nou, Feliz Año Nuevo, …

Happy New Year, Feliç Any Nou, Feliz Año Nuevo, Gelukkig Nieuwjaar, Bonne Année, Gutes Neues Jahr,

On behalf of Tony, Becky, Glyn and all of the staff at Tapas, we would like to wish our clients around the world a very Happy New Year celebration, and prosperous 2017.

We want to say a big thank you to every client who has dined with us throughout the summer season and our winter weekends. Whether your first visit during a holiday to Ibiza, or one of our returning frequent flyers, we appreciate and value your support.

We must also make particular mention of our local Ibiza resident family who have shown such tremendous loyalty to Tapas, and played such an important part in where we are today.

2016 was a particularly special year in finding many more local Spanish residents dining with us. As the saying goes ‘if you want to know where is good to eat, watch where the locals go’, and with many new local customers now becoming regular patrons we have to be ‘muy feliz’ with the confidence shown to Tapas by our Ibicenco hosts.

It was not just Spanish and Catalan we heard more on the Tapas terrace this year. We mentioned before Christmas how pleased we were to have served so many nationalities in 2016. We want to wish all of our customers and friends around the world a very Happy New Year.

Catalan; Feliç any nou : Czech; šťastný nový rok : Dutch; Gelukkig Nieuwjaar : French; Bonne Année : Gaelic (Scottish); Bliadhna mhath ur : German; Gutes Neues Jahr : Irish; Athbhliain faoi mhaise dhuit : Italian; Felice anno nuovo : Polish; Szczęśliwego Nowego Roku : Portuguese; Feliz Ano Novo : Russian; С Новым Годом : Spanish; Feliz Año Nuevo : Turkish; Mutlu yıllar : Welsh; blwyddyn newydd dda

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New Year’s Eve in Ibiza

We will be celebrating in Ibiza, where New Year’s is another excuse for a big party.

At Midnight the Spanish tradition is to eat one grape for each chime of the clock, which represents the twelve months of the year, and is considered to bring good luck for the forthcoming year.

Many British and Irish residents will also celebrate New Year at 1a.m., so at the same time as their families in the U.K. and Ireland.

The clubs get going in the early hours, leading through to DC10s famous New Year’s Day party that keeps the Island’s party people dancing through to the morning of January 2nd!

Wherever you are celebrating we hope your party will be great fun, and hope you will join us in 12 grapes at midnight Ibiza Time.

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