Of course Ibiza has a reputation for sun, sea and clubs and excitement. All of that
is there and more to take advantage of, and for many it is the ultimate summer sun
holiday location, but it is also a beautiful island throughout the year with glorious
pine tree covered hills. You can
enjoy the blossom covering the island in February, or walk many of the guided routes
through picturesque countryside or admire the stunning sea views. The Beach bars
may be closed, but the local bodegas aren't. You can sit in shirt sleeves and eat
outside while taking a break from "Winter".
Fiestas and concerts ( classical and pop ), fashion shows and art exhibitions are
regularly hosted in many of the towns and villages throughout the year. San Carlos
has its own small village hall next to the beautiful church and town square.
The island features an abundance of bars, restaurants, clubbing and Hippy markets,
but I’m sure you have already heard of these and people watching seems to be a favourite
pastime so particularly don’t miss Ibiza town at least once during the evening or
For those with aquatic preferences, you can take part in many of the watersports
available. The waters are wonderful for snorkelling - maybe try Cala Mastella. Learn
to Scuba dive at the centre in Santa Eulalia, or rent a boat (from pedalo through
dinghy or catamaran to skippered power or sail ) - check out Cala Pada and Santa
Eulalia port, or try Waterskiing and Parasailing particularly at Es Cana.
On Dry land enjoy many of the recommended cycle or walking tours either locally or
throughout the whole island which also offers sightseeing and cultural trips. Alternatively
there’s nothing to prevent you just relaxing by the pool or beach !