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Things to do this month on Ibiza - November 2019

Our choice picks for the month

With the month of November almost upon is, it's all about the food as Ibiza settles into the low-season. It's also a time for discovering the island, by whatever means you like, though we suggest on foot or bike to discover a wild beauty you don't always get to see during summer. We've still included events that require less moving around, it's all about balance now. Enjoy another side of Ibiza this month.


Autumn food extravaganzas

All month long

Celebrating local produce of the island are two of Ibiza's long running festivals that offer great value set menus across a range of restaurants. In and around San Antonio, it's Restaurat, this year showcasing local lamb and traditional desserts. Ibiza Sabor, is island-wide and offers both three-course menus as well as tapas and drinks' deals. For foodies on a budget, these events are for you.


Get on your feet

Throughout the month

With the heat of the summer sun now having died down, it's the perfect time to get out and about and see the stunning beauty that Ibiza offers by day. Walking Ibiza offers several walks, from the short Wednesday walks to longer ones on Fridays. It even offers a meditative Mindful walk on Tuesdays. Nordic walk fans can join in San Antonio's monthly free events or if you want a more wind-in-your-hair experience, try the weekly running tours from Ibiza's port taking in local sites as you dash along.


Improve your swing

Throughout the month

Golfing in a beautiful valley, surrounded by mountains has to have a special air about it and the great thing is that with Golf Ibiza's VIP packages, the price is within reach of all. You can get a full day of golf for two people with all your equipment, green fees and a lunch included for a very reasonable price. All you need do is pack your golf shoes for a hassle-free Ibiza golfing experience.


Drive in cinema

2 November

We love the idea of drive in cinemas and now there's one on Ibiza, with the last two films for 2019, about to grace the screens at Cala Llonga. Classic alien-in-suburbia film, E.T. is on as is the new biopic of the life of Elton John, Rocketman. Both movies offer audio in English and Spanish, via your FM radio of headphones, clever. It's €20 per car with part of the ticket sale going to support a local cancer charity. Take popcorn!


Saint's days

4 November

Each month there's a fiesta on Ibiza, when a town or village, celebrates its Patron Saint. Head to San Carlos on its main day and see a traditional display of the Ball Pagès folk dance from 12:30 or go in the evening, when there's a dance show by local dance company Eivi-Dance at 19:30. If that's not enough, there's a concert given by the Aires Formenterencs musical group in the Church Square at 21:00. Mingle with locals and soak up the atmosphere.


Vinyl heaven

7 November

Head to the inaugural Ibiza Vinyl Club event at Las Dalias Café, where from 18:00 you can meet, swap and play music with other like-minded folk. With open-decks sessions for you to play your wax, a vinyl exchange and some of Ibiza's top vinyl DJs sharing their top records with you, it's a music lover's dream. A special set menu is available too. Be part of the vinyl renaissance.


Trailing around

29 November

Three days of trail racing is back with the sixth annual 3 Días Trail Ibiza event starting with a ten-kilometre night race on the first day. Three events take place the next day, with different lengths and levels to suit where your stamina and fitness levels are at. Finally, a race through one of Ibiza Town's most ancient sites, the Puig des Molins necropolis rounds the event off. Register to get your place via the above link.


Rocking San José

30 November

Cañas'n'Roll, that bar-hopping, pincho munching annual event comes back to the streets of San José. All this with one of the best selections of local bands in one place, in an event that is set to rock weekends till mid December. Full details for the 2019 event are still to be announced, though mark this day as the first of some top winter days out.

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