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Things to do this month on Ibiza | March 2023

The coming month on Ibiza is full of great activities and events.

Spring equinox occurs on 21 March, but long before that, there are all sorts of fun activities on the island - cultural, sporting, musical, and otherwise - guaranteed to keep you entertained. Read our guide below to make sure you don't miss out on any of the month's best action.


1 March

Ibiza Outdoors/Walking Ibiza are organising one of their PURE! Holistic walks this Wednesday, which just happens to be a regional public holiday Día de las Isles Baleares. Stride into the month on this undemanding walk in the company of other outdoor enthusiasts and connect with the island’s countryside as it emerges from its winter slumber.

For a slightly more uptempo hike, take part in this Nordic walking excursion run by San Antonio Town Hall. Starting at 10:00, this one takes in the countryside around Can Tomás.

March 12

There's more Nordic walking this Sunday – this time along the glorious coastline of Cala Conta and Cala Bassa – organised by the Town Hall of San José. Pre-registration is required. Nordic walking poles are provided if you don't have your own.

23-26 March

Hike around the entire coastline of Ibiza's beautiful little sister island, Formentera, in this four-day event. En route, you'll take in its varied landscapes from cliffs and secluded beaches to forests and picturesque towns, all under the expert guidance of the Walking Ibiza team.



As part of its innovative programme of winter parties, Akasha -  Las Dalias' fast-developing club - is hosting a series of not-to-be-missed nights throughout the month of March. With artists of the stature of Unders and John Digweed, be sure to book your place early for a fantastic night of partying.

Always worth remembering: Ibiza Spotlight is the exclusive online ticket partner for Akasha.


4 March

Tiny fish related to sardines, gerrets are a staple of the local diet in the Balearic Islands. At the Fira des Gerret (or Gerret Fair) in Santa Eulalia, you can enjoy fish samplings – some dishes are based on family recipes -  a crafts market, live music, exhibitions, kids' activities and more.


For gastronomes, March on Ibiza can only mean one thing: the return of the much-beloved Pintxa San Antonio food festival!

Expect innovative tapas and drinks at affordable prices, and look forward to meeting up with friends and soon-to-be friends along the way at this highly social event. No doubt to everyone's delight, this year the train will be running through town taking you from venue to venue.


9 March 

Laugh off those winter blues with some of the UK and Europe's best touring comedians.

Uncensored Comedy at Eden in San Antonio returns for another night of hilarity with a line-up of no less than four top mirth-makers from around the globe. English language.

Meanwhile, at Teatro Ibiza, located in El Puerto Hotel in Ibiza Town, the famous Spanish comedian Jaime Gili presents a show of humour and surrealist songs. Spanish language.


1 March

March promises to be an action-packed month for the fleet of foot and those who enjoy watching them.

First off, on 1 March, there’s the I Duathlon Eivimotor Platja d'en Bossa. Open to all comers, this sprint race comprises a 5 km run, 20 km cycling and then a further 2.5 km run in one of the island's most famous resorts.

5 March

This is closely followed on 5 March by the Solidarity race for International Women's Day (8 March). Now in its 11th edition and featuring three modalities, the race is conceived to foster women's and girls' participation in sports under the slogan "We are the revolution".

Open to all, the race – which covers a distance of 2,750m – starts at 11:30 CET in the neighbourhood of Figueretas, nestled between Ibiza Town and Playa d'en Bossa.

For those who wish to show their support for International Women's Day in a non-competitive fashion, the VII Caminada per la Dona (Walk in Favour of Women) takes place concurrently over the same distance.

26 March

Finally, 26 March sees the XV Sa Talaia Trail - Mountain Race, organised by the town hall of San José as part of its patron saint's festivities. Aimed at federated runners, there are two distances.


1 March

The Day of the Balearic Islands is 1 March, as mentioned earlier.

After a three-year hiatus, this year's programme promises to include a fantastic range of fun activities for all the family. Organised by the Island Council, it will run from 1 through 12 March.

8 March is International Women's Day. This annual event – held to defend women's rights and promote equality – will be celebrated in towns and villages across Ibiza and Formentera on the day and over the following weeks.

It features a wide programme of activities for the whole family, ranging from exhibitions to book launches, movies, musical performances, walks, workshops, and a large demonstration in favour of women's rights.

19 March

The beautiful municipality of San José celebrates its patron saint's festivities. As ever, there will be a full programme of sporting events, fun games and activities, great live music and much more. Definitely one for all the family!


Ever dreamed of working the season in Ibiza? If the answer is yes, you're in luck as March sees two job fairs on the island. 

7&9 March

San Antonio town hall is organising the third edition of 'Activa't Portmany, anem per feina' its annual employment fair at the Estación Marítima de Sant Antoni.

21-24 March

Located at the Palacio de Congresos de Ibiza, in Santa Eulalia, the Santa Eulària se'n Ocupa employment fair is a space that brings together companies and job seekers from both the municipality of Santa Eulalia and the rest of the island. 

For more inspiration on what to do, head to our event calendar and have a browse.

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