Visiting Ibiza and Formentera

March 27, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

When you are having your sailing vacation in Ibiza and Formentera, you will be filled with happiness and thrill. The two places bring different types of adventure and excitement to its visitors. For instance, the island of Ibiza is famous for its summer beach parties. During the summer season, Ibiza’s resto bars and nightclubs are filled with thousands of partygoers. In fact, the island is renowned internationally because of its party bars. On the other hand, Formentera is more quite and peaceful. If you want to relax and stay away from noise, this island is right for you.

Formentera beach

Formentera beach

The weather condition around Ibiza and Formentera is typically good for sailing especially during the summer season. The summer season is from the month of May to October. During this period, the 2 islands’ beaches are warmer particularly on the first stage of May. This is when the sun will totally come out unfolding the islands’ beautiful sceneries. This climate is an ideal environment for your sailing holiday in Ibiza and Formentera because the sea is relatively calm. The summer temperature is approximately from 23° to 28° Celsius. From the month of June to September, the islands have small or no rains at all. The warmest months in the summer season, which averages about 30 ş Celsius, are from August to September.

On the other hand, Ibiza and Formentera’s winter season are from November to April. Normally, the winter temperature will not drop below 0ş. There are snows, which makes it difficult to sail clearly. Aside from sailing, the islands’ beaches are also affected during the winter season. However, several tourists still come to Ibiza and Formentera during this time of the year.

The island of Ibiza has 4 regions. These include Santa Eulŕria des Riu, Sant Josep de sa Talaia, Sant Joan de Labritja, and Sant Antoni de Portmany.

Ibiza town

Ibiza town

Sailing holiday in Ibiza and Formentera through Sant Antoni de Portmany can be an exciting vacation. This place has been a favorite tourist destination particularly by the British. There are several resto bars and nightclubs in this town making it one of Ibiza’s most active areas. Aside from this, Sant Antoni de Portmany also has eye-catching beaches.

The region of Sant Joan de Labritja, located on the northern portion of Ibiza, is more serene and relaxing. It is quite because there are only a limited number of tourists who come to this region. However, it has one of the clearest beaches in Spain. Among other things, Sant Joan de Labritja possesses an exceptional type of Mediterranean vegetation.

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