5 questions you'll ask if you’re travelling to Ibiza in October for the first time
What is Ibiza like in October?
The end of the summer and the start of the autumn in Ibiza is a lovely time to enjoy all the island’s charms: beaches, restaurants, clubs, active tourism, boat trips... So there will be plenty of proposals and recommendations on what to do in Ibiza in October. From the second half of the month, the rhythm becomes far more relaxed and the island turns more appealing for travellers who like quiet swims, cultural tourism and outdoor sports activities.
What is the weather like in Ibiza in October?
The hottest average temperature in Ibiza in October is about 25ºC, so it’s still warm enough to go to the beach. Also, the water temperature won’t have started to cool down yet, it will be easy to park and days continue to offer many hours of light to sunbathe.
What clothes should I pack for Ibiza in October?
With a pleasant temperature during the day and only five days of rain on average, you must pack swimwear and other summer clothes. If you like to walk, don’t forget to pack comfortable walking shoes as it’s the perfect month for walks. But do remember to pack some warm clothes too for the evenings as they usually cool down to 16ºC on average.
Where to stay in Ibiza in October
Many hotels close their doors the first week of October, but other hotels remain open until the end of the month. At Ibiza Sun Apartments you will be able to stay in one of our comfortable suites until 19th October and enjoy all the wonderful places and plans available in Ibiza in October. Our suites are perfect if you’re travelling as a couple or if you’re travelling with friends or family, as the bedrooms are always separated from the living room to keep the privacy of each room.
Are there good hotel offers in Ibiza in October?
Ibiza Sun Apartments offers end of season rates. For October we’ve prepared a very special offer: with the OCTOBERSUN offer code you can get up to 15% off your stay. Book your room today and discover everything you can do in Ibiza in October.
What to do in Ibiza in October 2019?
There are countless proposals for this month: even if you stay for a whole week you won’t have enough time to enjoy all the plans available on the island during these dates.
- Go to street markets that will be cooler and less crowded.
- Wave the summer off with the closing parties of the main clubs in Ibiza.
- Go kayaking from the beach of des Figueral to Pou des Lleó, among other routes.
- Learn paddle surf in San Antonio bay.
- Enjoy a day out on a boat trip around Ibiza at the best rate (ask at our front desk).
- Swim practically alone in the beautiful beach of Illetes in Formentera.
- Explore the island following a beautiful route through Ibiza’s inland villages.
- Stroll around the city of Ibiza during the Ibiza Light Festival that is held on 11th and 12th October.
- Join some of the workshops and activities suggested by Ibiza Creativa.
10 secret places in Ibiza to discover in October
There are so many spots in Ibiza that are worth exploring in October when the temperatures are milder and therefore perfect to combine beaches, walks and visits.
- The doors of Cala d´Hort and the dolmens at Cala Llentia: two artistic creations on the western coast.
- The hidden valley of Es Broll, an unspoilt area in the countryside of San Antonio.
- The peak of Sa Talaia, the highest hill in Ibiza, from where you can see beautiful views of the island.
- The Moscarter lighthouse, the tallest in the Balearic Islands. A perfect visit to follow with a swim in Portinatx or Cala Sant Vicent.
- The hidden cove of Es Portitxol: the uphill walk back is easier in October, when it’s not so hot.
- The bullit de peix at El Bigotes, which is no secret but it is easier to get a table in October without having to book one weeks ahead.
- The free guided walks organised by the town councils of Sant Joan and Santa Eulària des Riu, or by the Ibiza Walking business (each week they organise a route that is available to everyone).
- The peace and quiet of Ses Salines, Cala Bassa, Cala Comte and Cala Saladeta around these dates.
- The ballades de pou or folk dances around the wells that are organised this month in Ibiza.
- Explore the Phoenician-Punic past of the island by visiting the Puig de Molins necropolis which is the most important and best preserved ancient cemetery in the western Mediterranean.