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Holiday Letting Price Information in Ibiza
This graph displays average prices of the holiday cottages and holiday apartments located in Ibiza. in Ibiza, prices can go up to £424 (13/07 - 20/07). Prices drop in November to an average of £178 per night (10/11 - 17/11).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Ibiza
Check how busy Ibiza is with our availability graph. It is harder to find an accommodation during a week of February (09/02 - 16/02), as 74% of the rentals are booked. Conversely, you will find the highest percentage of available offers in Ibizain October (13/10 - 20/10).
The weather in Ibiza
You can see our climate diagram above. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 30°. No heat wave is expected in February, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 8° low. It may rain 11 days in November while it typically rains only 1 days in July.
Bask in the beauty of the Mediterranean Sea with Ibiza holiday lettings
From the party resorts of Playa d’en Bossa and San Antonio, to the charming enclaves of Santa Eulalia, Ibiza is an incredibly diverse island. This Balearic island has much to explore when you book an Ibiza holiday letting - from hidden caves to hilltop restaurants with panoramic views. Bask in the sunshine on one of the many golden beaches or take a hike inland and behold some of the natural beauty the island has to offer. Ibiza holiday homes are the perfect base for exploring, relaxing and sampling the fresh Mediterranean food with your partner, friends or family.
Getting to Ibiza: Arrive in Ibiza in style
Ibiza Airport is located 3km from the town of Sant Jordi de ses Salines. The airport is the main entry point for those arriving on the Spanish island. Upon arrival, you can take a taxi to your Ibiza holiday letting or you can reach most destinations by local bus. If you opt for a taxi, don’t agree to a fixed price, it will nearly always be more expensive than using the taxi meter.
It is possible to reach Ibiza by boat from Valencia, Barcelona and Majorca. Boat trips from the mainland take between eight and ten hours and operate all year round.
Food and drink in Ibiza: Ibiza's gastronomical delights
Being part of Spain, Ibiza is home to Mediterraniean cooking. However, due to its developed tourist industry a wide variety of international cuisine is readily available. As is common in southern Europe, many restaurants open for the lunch service and then again for dinner. Though in populated areas cafés and bars will open continually though they may offer limited menu. Paella, tapas, sofrit pages (a sausage and potato-based dish) and the local honey cheesecake 'flao' are just some of the delights to be sampled when you visit and stay in an Ibiza holiday letting . When it comes to drinks, nothing captures the essence of Spain quite like a glass, or jug, of sangria.
Weather in Ibiza: Bask in the sunshine of beautiful Ibiza
Ibiza offers visitors the classic Mediterranean climate. In the summer temperatures reach the highs of 20°C and even 30°C, while the winter months still hover around the mid to low-teens. Rainfall is more common in the winter between October and March. However, even throughout this period it only rains an average of ten days per month. Summer brings long, hot days and you can expect around 13 hours of sunshine.
Ibiza holiday lettings are perfect for those who love golden beaches. Sea temperatures are hot in the summer, and even in winter are an astonishing 15°C.
Ibiza attractions: Explore the delights of hidden Ibiza
Taking a boat trip is one of the most pleasant ways to explore the island. Full and half-day excursions are available and you can easily book a tour at one of many kiosks located across the island. In the south-west of the island is downtown Ibiza. The town is often eschewed in favour of the beaches. However, it boasts a magnificent medieval castle, historic streets and delightful shops.
Back in the swinging '60s, the island became synonymous with hippy culture. Though times have moved on, you can still experience the alternative culture at the Es Caná and San Carlos hippy markets. Pick up vintage collectables and colourful clothing for a unique souvenir of the island. Puerto de San Miguel is home to one of Ibiza's natural wonders; caves. Be in awe of the fossilised structures, which according to legend, have long been the home of smugglers.
Experience the nightlife in Ibiza: What to do in the evenings
Ibiza is notorious for its nightlife, but if you think it's the exclusive domain of the young, you'd be wrong. The bars and clubs which span the south of the island are frequented by people of all ages who love to party. Away from the club scene, Ibiza offers a far more temperate nightlife. If you're looking for a more sedate evening, why not spend it close to your Ibiza holiday letting and relax over dinner and wine at one of the many bistros in the coves of the coastline, before taking a quiet stroll home.
A good tip is to look for somewhere populated with locals, and you won't go wrong. It's also a great idea to utilise your Ibiza holiday home and spend an evening in, relaxing on the terrace over wine and tapas with your friends and family.
Exploring sun-kissed Ibiza
Reports of UFO sightings, unexplained magnetic fields, and resident nymphs have certainly piqued the interest of visitors who report a potent magical energy at Es Vedra. The sunsets are rather special too.
Cala Comte Beach
Once of the best spots for sunsets, Cala Comte offers fantastic views of the tiny islands along Ibiza's coastline. Enjoy chill-out ambient music and cold beers in the beach bars.
Castle of Ibiza
An uphill walk along winding cobbled paths leads you up to this majestic 12th-century castle. Take in the striking architecture, and views of Ibiza's harbour and coast.
Ibiza Old Town
The Old Town, or Dalt Vila, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that encompasses 2,500 years of history. Marvel at the cathedral and other historical gems, before dining in one of the quaint restaurants.
Regarded as one of the last outposts of paradise in Europe, Formentera's turquoise waters and white sands are unbeatable. Rustic beach cafés serve refreshments until late.
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