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Climate and weather in Ibiza

An overview of the Ibizan climate, including tips on what clothes to pack.

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 to over 30º C. With water temperatures of 25º - 27º C, beach babes are in their element!


What to pack?

May, June and September - During the evening you'll need a jersey, sweatshirt or light jacket, especially for windy days.

July and August - Now it's really hot, so you'll only have to pack beachwear like t-shirts and shorts for the day and loose fitting tops for the evening. Thin cotton trousers are popular with the locals.

October - Better to bring a couple of warm jerseys and a jacket as there can be some rainy and windy days, when the temperatures go down to 17º C.

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The following charts show average temperatures including night time.


Winter - November to April

Ibiza has a remarkably mild climate - even in winter the temperature rarely drops under 0º celsius. 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 - have a look at our winter photos (Winter on Ibiza) to see what we mean!


365 days in Ibiza

Although not thought of as an all-year-round destination – Ibiza will surprise you.

Yes, summer is for partying, spending warm evenings under star-filled skies, swimming in the crystal clear sea and living life on the beach. Then in November Ibiza throws off its hedonistic image and settles down to more peaceful times.

Winter sunshine becomes a refreshing change to the summer heat, brisk walks on deserted beaches replace cooling dips and the flower filled countryside is a dramatic change from the dryness of summer. What doesn’t change is the quality of restaurants that can be visited, the fiestas and celebrations that continue throughout the year, the shopping opportunities and the leisurely pace of life.


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