Villa in Ibiza
s'Hort des Baladres

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Villa in Ibiza `s'Hort des Baladres´ | Holiday pool villa in Santa Eulària des Riu, Ibiza - Eivissa
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Ibiza island has more than 19 kilometres of beaches. Among them, many of the most beautiful of the Mediterranian sea.


Summer: May until October

The summer season and the first really warm beach days begin in May, with beautiful clear, sunny days and temperatures in the mid-twenties.

Between the months of June and September, there is very little rain fall. In August and September the temperature rises up to over 30º C. With water temperatures of 25º - 27º C, beach fans are right in their element...

What to Wear

May, June and September: In the evenings, when out and about, you might need a jumper or light jacket. Otherwise shorts, light-trousers and t-shirts will be ok. See the temperature charts above.

July and August: The really hot season starts. You ought to be fine with t-shirts, short sleeve shirts and shorts. Lightweight cotton trousers are popular amongst the locals.

October: pack a jumper and a jacket - best to be sure, as there are occasional rainy and windy days. The temperature in the evening can drop down to under 20º C!

Tip: May and October are really beautiful months to enjoy the island. There is a lots of room on the beaches and the island is very green and fresh.

Winter - November until April

Ibiza has a remarkably mild climate - even in winter the temperature rarely drops under 0º celsius. Snow is a sensation, and the children save snowballs for weeks by putting them in the fridge!

From November to April the average daytime temperature is about 15º celsius - however when the sun comes out this can rapidly climb to 25º C.

It does rain - but a general rule of thumb is that it only rains for 3 days at a time (at least that's what us locals say!). The rest of the time the sun shines down from clear, blue skies.

Ibiza in Winter is not a beach destination, although on sunny days you'll find sun-worshippers on the beach, many of whom still swim! Ibiza in Winter is more a time for lazy beach walks, sport and touring around the island, stocking up on some well-needed Vitamin D (from all the sunshine!).

The winter on Ibiza is actually sunnier and warmer than on Mallorca, which of course makes a winter break here such a good idea. If you fancy visiting Ibiza in winter remember to pack some warm clothes. It is often warmer outside than it is inside (at least in our house!).

In return, the winter guests have the island to themselves - beautiful, deserted beaches with no sun beds or sunshades to spoil the view, and the wonderful feeling of peace and tranquility for which Ibiza is so well known.

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