Located in the southern part of the archipelago of the Balearic islands, the island of Ibiza has a Mediterranean climate, hot and rather dry, on average the island receives only 400 mm of rain per year, most of which falls between September and December. The island has an average of only 45 rainy days per year, but even in the wettest month, October, there are only 6 rainy days. In July there is only one rainy day on average.
Summer is hot, but the winds coming from the sea mitigate its heat, the average maximum summer temperatures reach up to 30 ° C. The winters are very mild, the average maximum temperatures touch the lowest value of 15 ° C in January. Ibiza has an average annual temperature of 18.3 ° C and has an average of 2,732 hours of sunshine per year.
The sea water temperature around the island of Ibiza reaches its highest value in August with 25 ° C, but remains above 20 ° C from June to October. The month in which the sea water temperature is colder is February when it reaches 13 ° C.
WHEN TO GO TO IBIZA
The climate of Ibiza is mild and pleasant for most of the year. For the visit of Ibiza the best time of the year are the months from May to October, to be considered that the central months of summer, July and August, are very crowded and also quite hot.
THE CLIMATE OF IBIZA: CLIMATE TABLES
|IBIZA (6 meters)|
|Month||Average minimum temperature (°C)||Average maximum temperature (°C)||Precip. (mm)||Precip. days|
|Month||Sea Water Temperature °C|