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Cinema and open-air film screenings

Enjoy new releases and classic movies in their original language in cinemas open all year round, plus enjoy the many open-air movie screenings in summer.

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Outdoor film screenings

In summer, there are many open-air film screenings across Ibiza, with new movies and film classics in their original language versions with Spanish subtitles.

Try the Amante Movie Nights in the incomparable setting of the Amante Beach Club high up in the cliffs near Cala Llonga with dramatic sea views. A big comfy bean bag and soft blanket plus a glass of wine and unlimited popcorn are included in the price. Whilst tickets are not cheap, the setting is incredible and it's a movie-watching experience to remember. As tickets are limited we recommend to book in advance.

Cinema Paradiso Ibiza also offers other stunning locations for outdoor screenings of cult classics and brand new films, for example on the bulwark Baluarte de Sant Pere high up in Ibiza Town's castle walls of Dalt Vila. It is recommended to get your tickets online in advance, as these events are also very popular.

In collaboration with the island council Cinema Paradiso Ibiza furthermore organises free film showings in different locations like squares in Ibiza Town or on beaches.

In the village of Sant Jordi near Playa d'en Bossa, you can enjoy free open-air cinema in the evenings each Saturday in July and August. In 2019 there is a special cycle of Buster Keaton movies, in original version in English with Spanish subtitles.

Cinemas

All year round cinemas on the island also show new releases and classics in the original language, which are very popular with island residents.

The multi-screen Cine Multicines in Ibiza Town is the largest cinema of the island with all the main screenings in Spanish. If you would like to see a film in its original language version, then check out its 'Anem al cine' programme, which shows a series of quality movies from all over the world. A large kiosk offers drinks and snacks as well as the usual popcorn (note that Spanish popcorn is salty rather than sweet).

The Cine Regio in San Antonio is like a movie theatre from the good old days, with one large screening room decked out with red velvet seats, a gallery and an old style curtain that opens before each film. Once a week they offer one or two blockbuster movies in their original language with Spanish subtitles - and the prices are a real bargain! On the first floor there is also a small kiosk selling drinks and snacks.

The cultural centre Teatro España in Santa Eulalia also shows some of the latest movies on a screen over the main stage, one of them always in original language with subtitles in Spanish. Drinks, popcorn and chocolate are also available.

The movie schedules can be found by clicking the links above (look out for V.O.S.E – Versión Original con Subtítulos en Español) or take a look at our Events Calendar, where many of the showings are listed.

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