5 Reasons to Visit Ibiza in The Fall
Ah, autumn. It’s what makes the end of summer bearable, with all that it brings the White Isle: mild temperatures, less tourists and competitive prices.
Here are few suggestions to make the most of the fall season in Ibiza:
As the evenings start to get a little cooler, the swimming pools do become a little fresher. That’s why we include some beautiful villas with heated pools in our portfolio. There’s no better way to keep the chill at bay than a dip into warm waters.
Glorious Autumn Sunlight
Ibiza’s old town with its cobbled streets, hidden alleyways and old building seems to look even more romantic in the fading afternoon light. The low angle of the sun bathes the island in a romantic golden light. Sunsets are usually accompanied by some clouds that make them even more colourful and interesting – The photography lovers are so lucky!
Enjoying the Beaches & the Sea
Autumn is a great time of the year to enjoy less-packed beaches and the turquoise Mediterranean sea. While the evenings become cooler, the days are still warm and the sea is likely to be at its best. Water activities are perfect to practice in October and November. Find out more information about diving, kayaking and sailing.
The fall season brings pleasant temperatures which creates the ideal conditions to practice sports outdoor such as hiking, running and cycling. Here in Ibiza there are many established routes for outdoor activities, furthermore, there are many businesses that organise group tours and event – Here are few links with more information: Walking, Cycling and Horse-riding.
Tasty Food & Wine
Autumn is here and harvest is coming. Ibiza might not be as famous as Napa Valley or the wineries in France, but Ibiza’s wine is not less delicious! If you are interested, we can suggest a wine tour and vineyards you should visit. The months of October, November and December are also very special to Ibizan native peoples because they celebrate “La Matanza”, an historical tradition of the island, from which is made the tasty “butifarra” and “sobrasada” (cured spiced sausages).