Ibiza boasts Mediterranean weather, with mild winters and hot summers. From May to October the weather is hot, humid and sunny , at night expect all the aforementioned (but the sun) as well. These hot sunny months tend to also be the peak of the tourist season. In the summer months, storms on Ibiza are quite unusual, although there may be the odd downpour due to the high levels of humidity in the atmosphere.

Ibiza is at its most quiet in November, December and January, when temperatures are slightly milder, and yes it also rains sometimes. Temperatures in Ibiza rarely fall below zero and for this reason, many people enjoy visiting Ibiza out of season. The lowest rainfall tends to be in July and the highest amount of rain falls in October, November and December.

NOTE: January in Ibiza boasts some great Spanish fiestas. 3 Kings Day  (See http://gospain.about.com/od/christmas... ) falls on January 6th and it is normal for every town in Spain to have a procession.  San Antonio hosts a massive Flower Power party every January, normally the first Saturday following 3 Kings Day.  There are many other fiesta days in January. A great month for visitors. Daytime temperatures around 17 degrees, though night can drop to almost zero.

Naturally in summer due to the great number of tourists who attend, most beaches tend to be quite packed. We offer an extensive guide to some of the most un-spoilt beaches to visit, even in the height of the season! You may also enjoy the most popular beaches and the great facilities and activities they offer. Either way we help you find what you are looking for.

The Island in winter of Ibiza has around 300 days of sunshine per year, as a result you can enjoy them practically all year around. The advantage in winter? No tourists, sun beds, clean and calm waters. Ideal for taking long walks and breathing plenty of fresh air.

For a comprehensive month-by-month guide to the climate in Ibiza see climateandweather.com