Port of Call Information

Port of Call Information

Ibiza, Spain

Average Yearly High Temperature in Fahrenheit (&degF)
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
53 54 56 58 64 71 72 78 75 67 60 56


Ibiza, Spain is the third largest of the Balearic Islands, covering just 225 square miles, but in recent times it has become the best known of the archipelago and a hugely popular destination for young revelers, and travelers, whose sole ambition is to soak up the island with the trendy atmosphere that is at its most colorful in the frenetic nightlife. Ibiza has plenty to offer besides night clubs, its jagged coastline contains dozens of white sandy beaches, hidden coves and beautiful blue bays, villages of white washed houses tumbling down hill sides, and a green, hilly interior landscape decorated with fig and olive trees perfect for site seeing.

Things to Do

Take a trip around the island's natural and human heritage, its churches, National monuments, caves, beautiful countryside and idealistic coastline. Ibiza is a paradise for sports enthusiasts such as tennis, golf, riding, biking, and karts.

Water temperatures range from 67º in May to 78º in August making the island ideal for all sorts of water sports like surfing and jet skiing. Warm, clear waters and spectacular coastline make Ibiza a popular destination for divers, for most of the whole year round.

The most stylish and exclusive way to view the island's stunning coastline is on a boating trip, daily and weekly charters are available. Action and excitement around the island with paint balling and quad safaris.

Excursions and tours round the island are the perfect way to soak up Ibiza. Ibiza is a perfect place for all the family with activities including scenic tours, water slides and more.