Ibiza in winter? It’s totally different from the Ibiza you got to know during your Summer holidays, but it’s still marvellous and it’s still magic!
Everything changes on the Island. Forget the crowded beaches, forget the nightlife with its mega parties in clubs such as Amnesia, Pacha and Privilege. Now is the time to discover another island, one that could possibly capture your soul even more than the one that you fell in love with during the summer.
Together we’ll visit Ibiza during winter. We’ll start with the climate and then our trip will take us to the beaches, the nightlife and finally, the social side of the island… So, are you ready?! Let’s go..!!
During Autumn and Winter Ibiza has a mild climate. It’s still possible to go to the beach and enjoy a bit of sun until the middle of November. During the night, the weather is cold (especially inside the island), but still totally acceptable. This year people used to go to the beach till the month of December.
Well, this is a beautiful surprise of the Island. Do you remember the beaches such as Salinas, where you didn’t have the space to put your towel? Well, now they are all there just for you and no, you didn’t arrive on a Caribbean island, you are still in the heart of Europe!
(Cala Bassa in winter)
Prepare yourself to also discover Ibiza’s other jewels: from Cala D’Hort, Cala San Vicente, Cala Comte, to Cala Bassa (the beach club is open all the year), Agua Blanca, Portinax and Cala Salada – just to name a few…they will appear different, beautiful and be quite deserted.
You’ll love the beaches like never before and you’ll have the opportunity to visit the far sides of the Island without being stuck in traffic and without parking problems.
This is probably the greatest present Ibiza has to offer in autumn and winter!
If you have the time, don’t forget to visit Santa Eularia del Riu, it’s elegant and charming.
The best places are still the same: San Antonio, Cala Comte, Benirras and Punta Galera.
But with fewer people around everything is even more magic. Trust us.
(The port of Ibiza)