Guide to visit Ibiza in winter – Tips for Christmas, winter and New Year
Although Ibiza is primarily intended as a summer tourist destination, it can be a surprising plan that Ibiza in winter also exists.
Ibiza also receives events and tourists in the winter season, where each year has been a key point in the growth of the island. In addition, this year Ibiza 2023, has been a perfect year in the spring and summer seasons and the businesses of the white island want to continue betting on the winter season.
Walk around Ibiza
Walking and getting lost in its natural landscapes is no surprise. Ibiza offers unique views, incredible mountains and paradisiacal beaches at this time of year.
There are different routes throughout the island to get lost walking and discover the different secret places that this wonderful island hides. A very interesting and recommended route:
Portinatx – The tallest lighthouse: This 2.5 hour walk starts in Cala D’en Serra and continues along the steep cliffs and rugged north coast before finally arriving at Faro des Moscarter, which is the tallest lighthouse. of the Balearic Islands.
If you are a lover of the sea, I advise you to read this link about sailing in Ibiza in winter. Click here.
Sport in IbizaIf you are passionate about sports, you have the option of going for a run or renting a bike, it is another option to also enjoy the different points that will make you feel the fresh air with unique views.
Markets in Ibiza
The markets of Ibiza in winter are the perfect place to buy bargains and different original products from the island. Some of the most important markets in Ibiza for this winter:
– Mercadillo de San Jordi: This market has been running for more than 25 years and is an Ibiza institution. You can get clothes, books, jewelry, vinyl records and even very interesting household items. Its location is in the hippodrome next to the town of San Jordi.
– Las Dalías San Carlos: The Las Dalias hippy market is located in San Carlos, in the north of the island. Every weekend its winter market is held where you can see the best handmade crafts. In addition, there are musical events and food stalls.
SunsetsIbiza’s legendary sunsets get better as the days get colder. One of the most popular places is the entire coast of San Antonio. We remind you that you can see all the beaches in the west of the island in our beach section.
Places to go in Ibiza Winter
La Torre Ibiza: One of the magical places due to its location is La Torre Ibiza, where the sun is the protagonist during the day and the noise of the sea at night. Living a magical experience at La Torre Ibiza is something guaranteed by the DJ sessions that will accompany you in each sunset experience.
Noja by Cotton: This Japanese restaurant located in the center of Ibiza, Noja has different menu options with recommendations from sushi chefs. A perfect place to live a unique experience with fresh, tasty and natural sushi.
Lío Ibiza: One of Pacha’s clubs is Lío Ibiza, open all year round to enjoy the cabaret with special shows while enjoying a good dinner. Then the party continues dancing with Ibiza Talents every Friday from October 21 to December 30.
La Taperia Ibiza: If you are looking for a classy restaurant, unique atmosphere and cuisine that meets all your needs. In this tapería you will find a collection of unique tapas. In addition, the menu has a section of the sea, meats and salads as vegetarian and vegan options.
Parties in Ibiza
If you are looking to spend unique nights of good music and a magnificent nightlife, Ibiza is the number one place in the world. Not only in summer, but in winter every year Ibiza’s nightlife is growing and the big clubs on the island hold their “Opening Winter” with party events that stay in Ibiza throughout the season.
We show you some of the most popular events about the month of December that pass through Ibiza. (Last update events: 02/12/2023).
Music On New Year’s Eve @ Saturday 31 December (23:59 – 06:00)
New Year’s Eve Party by Toy Room @ Saturday 31 December (23:59 – 05:00)
Wild Child @ Saturday 30 December (23:00 – 06:00)
Circoloco @ Sunday 01 January (18:00 – 06:00)