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Ibiza is fortunate enough to be located at the heart of the Mediterranean and enjoys a climate that is typical of this region. Blessed with 300 days of sunshine a year, summers are hot and dry with temperatures becoming very warm from June to late September; peaking to around 35°C in July and August. Although the heat is at times intense throughout this period, a refreshing sea breeze makes the midday sun a little more tolerable.
Sea temperatures are comfortable from June onwards, gradually increasing from 21°C at the start of the summer to 26°C in late September. Visit any of the beautiful, sandy beaches or rent a funky car and discover some of the many hidden coves. Sunsets are stunning on this magical island so grab yourselves a picnic, choose a spot & relax!
Winters are slightly cooler than on the other Balearic Islands, however even during December and January it can be pleasant to sit outside when the sun is out. Once night falls, it can become quite cold and it is advisable to pack a jumper and a light raincoat if visiting in this period. The cooler months do experience more rainfall, with April and October usually proving to be the wettest.
The mild, year round weather makes Ibiza an ideal place for island tours. Check out some of our increasingly popular tours here, or let us know what you are looking for and we will create a tour especially for you!
Boat parties are the perfect way to discover the crystal clear waters here and we have some great options for you including sunset trips, around the island excursions & even trips to Formentera - and of course, all with onboard entertainment included!!!
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