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Ibiza in autumn, a season to discover

There is no doubt that Ibiza is known for its crystal-clear beaches, summer nights and great weather. But Ibiza is much more than that, a paradise worth discovering every season of the year.

To discover the island out of season is a great pleasure, which is why Ibiza in autumn is the perfect backdrop for some calm and relaxing holidays surrounded by nature.

To visit Ibiza is synonymous with relaxing, which gives this location added value when you take into account its wide variety of activities. There are many places to visit in Ibiza if you travel to the island in autumn, and here we will share some tips for you to not miss a single detail.




Despite being one of the most common summer activities, many Ibiza markets remain open during the autumn and winter months.

From the most renowned ones, such as Las Dalias or the market of Benirràs, to other local craft markets, you can visit a different market every day of the week to do your shopping.

Walking in IbizaIf you love nature, this is by far one of the most rewarding options. Crossing dreamlike landscapes and skirting the sea, trekking or cycling, Ibiza’s hiking trails are a great plan if you visit Ibiza in autumn.

These Ibiza walks are the perfect activity for escaping from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and connecting with nature.


Visiting the towns


There are many charming towns to visit in Ibiza, each one lovelier than the last.

If you come on holiday to Ibiza in autumn, you simply have to visit them. Santa Eulalia del Río, Es Cubells or San Carles de Peralta are some fine examples.


Ses Salines


Taking into account that both the temperature and the number of tourists drop, autumn is a good time to join a guided tour of Ses Salines, a place where you can contemplate the magic of nature.

These are only some Ibiza sightseeing options. There are so many alternatives around Aguas de Ibiza, your 5-star hotel in Santa Eulalia del Río, that any plan you think of will be within your reach. And you, do you know what you want to see in Ibiza?