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Climate in Ibiza

Ibiza has the most moderate climate of the Balearic Islands. In summer, the average temperature is around 26°C and in the winter it remains very mild with an average temperature of 12°C. Ibiza enjoys, on average, 7.5 hours of sunshine a day with almost no risk of rainfall between June and August. The annual mean rainfall is very low, just 430mm.

Economy in Ibiza

In the Middle Ages, Ibiza prospered with its salt fields which were public property until the 19th century. Each resident was required to cooperate in the management of the salt fields. The interior of the island is used for agriculture and sheep farming.

The first tourists came to Ibiza in 1935 but didn’t take off as a result of the Spanish Civil War and the Second World War. In the 1960's Ibiza was the preferred destination for many dropouts and hippies. From 1970, tourism exploded and became the main source of income for Ibiza. Half of all tourists to Ibiza are British, the other half is mainly comprised of Germans, Italians and French.

Tourism in Ibiza

Today Ibiza is the preferred destination of the younger generation and an island of "the rich and famous". Ibiza is also a very popular destination for gays and lesbians from around the world. From 1995, the international club scene was established in Ibiza attracting world-renowned DJ’s.

Between Ibiza Town and Sant Antoni the largest nightclub in the world, Privilege, can be found which has room for 10,000 party-goers. Other well known clubs include, Space, Amnesia and Pacha. The Café del Mar in Sant Antoni provides a unique atmosphere.

Infrastructure and transportation in Ibiza

The majority of the population of Ibiza live in the 3 largest towns of the island, namely, Ibiza Town, Santa Eulalia and Sant Antoni de Portmany.

Each of these towns has its own marina. Only a few people live outside of these towns in scattered farmhouses or “fincas” which are typical and dot the landscape of Ibiza.

The road network is well developed. In mid-2005 the construction of a new highway between the airport and Ibiza town began. A plan was published in September 2005 to build a 6-lane motorway across the island and was rejected by the majority of inhabitants.


Ibiza is the third largest island in the Balearic Islands and covers an area of 570 square kilometres with a population of 130,000. Ibiza Town is the capital. Ex-pats make up over 20% of the total population.Ibiza, together with Formentera and many other, smaller, uninhabited islands form an island group known as the Pine Islands (Pityusen)

The official languages are Catalan and Spanish but the local dialect, Ibicencos, differs markedly from the official Catalán and Spanish languages. From the 1940's until 1975, Spain was a dictatorship, during which time the cultural autonomy and languages of each region were rigorously suppressed. Since 1983, Catalan has been the official language. In the tourist centres, English and German are widely spoken.

Ibiza Town

Eight miles east of the airport is the capital, Ibiza Town. There are many restaurants and shops in the picturesque old town and port area. The nightlife in Ibiza is famous and has become one of the main destinations for gay tourism during the summer months. Ibiza town has no beach and only a few tourist hotels.

Just a few miles away are the beach resorts of Playa d'en Bossa and Figuretas. The mile-long sandy beach offers good water sports facilities. North of Ibiza town is the new resort of Talamanca. Many tourists, especially gays, prefer the beach of Las Salinas, which is accessible by bus.