Ibiza Weather April Averages, Spain
What's The Weather Like In Ibiza In April?
Is Ibiza Warm In April?
The average temperature starts off at around 14.5°C in the first few days and gradually rises until it reaches 16.5°C in the final few days.
Highest and Lowest April Temperatures In Ibiza
The highest temperature which has ever been recorded in recent times for Ibiza in April is 28°C, with the coldest temperature ever recorded for the island during this month being 5°C.
Does It Rain In Ibiza In April?
Can You Swim In The Sea In Ibiza In October?
At 16°C, the average sea temperature for Ibiza in April is slightly higher than the previous two months. Despite the increase in temperature, 16°C is probably still too cold to go anything more than a quick paddle.
Sunshine Hours In Ibiza
Across April, Ibiza enjoys an average of ten hours of sunshine each day.
Is Ibiza Windy In April?
Wind speeds tend to fluctuate between calm and moderate breezes in April, rarely rising to anything stronger.
Ibiza Hotels in April
When it comes to beachside accommodation in Ibiza, it's tough to beat Hotel Osiris. This family-managed hotel is just a stone's throw away from the Es Puet beach and provides guests with a choice of single, twin, double, triple and family rooms. Each room at Hotel Osiris is spacious and comes complete with: satellite TV, air conditioning, ceiling fan, telephone, complete bathroom with hairdryer, mini fridge, free WiFi access and balcony or terrace. There is a handful of services and facilities available onsite, such as: 24-hour reception and two lounges, pool table, bar, swimming pool, sun terrace, tennis court, playground, volleyball court, bicycle rental and weekly live entertainment.
El Pinar Hotel Apartments
El Pinar Hotel Apartments are another top pick for anyone who wants to stay close to the beach during their holiday in Ibiza. Located on Cala Llonga, this complex is comprised of studio and one-bedroom apartments, each of which features: balcony, TV, terrace, safety deposit box, air conditioning, desk, fan, sofa, bathroom and kitchenette. There is a small selection of services and facilities on offer, such as: swimming pool, garden, terrace, solarium, tennis court, playground, bar, snack bar, free WiFi access, free public parking, car hire, 24-hour reception and air conditioning.
Invisa Hotel La Cala
Couples in search of a romantic retreat should think about staying at Invisa Hotel La Cala. This four-star adults-only hotel is just a short walk away from the centre of the Santa Eulalia del Rio resort and provides guests with a wealth of services and facilities such as: lounge bar, buffet restaurant, spa, swimming pool, solarium, WiFi access, private parking, 24-hour reception, car hire, facilities for disabled guests, multi-lingual staff and animals are permitted. There is a small selection of single rooms, double rooms and suites to choose from, each of which features: complete bathroom with hairdryer, air conditioning, flat screen satellite TV, high-speed WiFi access, mini fridge, safe and telephone.
Just a short walk away from the centre of San Antonio, Hotel Arenal is perfect for holidaymakers who want to be close enough to be able to enjoy the all the action, but far enough away so they can still sleep at night. Here you'll find all sorts of services and amenities to enjoy, such as: lounges, games rooms, TV rooms, heated indoor swimming pool, outdoor swimming pools, cafes, ice cream parlours, sandwich bars, snack bar, solarium, daytime activities, evening entertainment, children's entertainment, tennis courts, gym and diving centre. Guests can choose between single, double and twin rooms, many of which have sea views. Each of the rooms at Hotel Arenal comes complete with: air conditioning, private bathroom with bath and shower, satellite TV, balcony or terrace, safe, telephone, ceiling fan and daily housekeeping.
Families and couples looking for somewhere to stay during their holiday in Ibiza should check out Hotel Caribe in Es Cana. This hotel is located just a stone's throw away from the centre of the resort where you'll find a plethora of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants. Guests are invited to take full advantage of the services and amenities on offer, such as: swimming pools, play area, sports hall, sunbathing terrace, buffet restaurant and evening entertainment. Single and double rooms are available, each of which features: WiFi access, telephone, satellite TV, air conditioning, fridge, safety deposit box, balcony or terrace, full bathroom with hairdryer, wake-up call service and inter-connecting rooms available upon request.
Ibiza Beach for April
Es Figueral Beach
Make the most of the brighter spring weather by spending the day at Es Figueral Beach. Located a ten minute drive away from San Carlos, this beach can easily be accessed by bus or car and provides ample parking close by. Here you'll find soft golden sands which stretch on for 350 metres, providing children with plenty of room to play. One side of the beach is backed by tall scenic cliffs, whilst the other side opens up to the warm and shallow waters which are ideal for swimming. Even if the weather is too cold to sunbathe or go swimming, Es Figueral Beach is a great place to go for a walk or a bite to eat. There are loads of services and facilities available on the beach, such as: sun beds, parasols, showers, lifeguards, access for disabled visitors, restaurants, pedalo-hire, windsurfing school, water skiing, banana boats and diving school.
Bars and Restaurants
Bambuddha Grove has a great selection of Thai food on offer but the setting of this restaurant is what keeps you coming back. The tropical canopy of bamboo, tables lit with tiny lights, statues and a south-east Asian fountion make this place a restaurant Temple. For something a little different go for the Indonesian Laksa curry that comes with mushrooms, noodles, tofu, pumpkin, curry sauce and coriander.
Try some local Ibizan food at Es Torrent restaurant near Sant Antoni on the Platja Port d'es Torrent. The authentic fresh seafood is served at the restaurant overlooking the beach. Eat in a relaxed, comfortable, accomodating atmosphere with memorable ocean views. Customers favourites are seabass in salted crust, salads and homemade desserts.
If you're looking for Italian food, Cicale have high quality, healthy Italian cuisine with a modern Mediterranean twist. There is a lovely seating area in the garden with wooden furniture and the service here is fast and efficient, you won't be waiting long for your meal. It's a fabulous place to take kids as there is a playground in the garden area. Freshly caught fish, aubergine parmigiana and homemade ravioli with ricotta and artichoke are mouthwateringly good options.
Things to do in Ibiza in April
Keep fit whilst you're abroad by signing up for a healthy holiday with 38°N. This group specialises in fitness holidays, detoxes, yoga retreats and weight-loss programmes, each of which is designed to help you feel healthier and more energised. The fitness holidays are available from April to November and accommodation is provided at the five-star Aguas de Ibiza Hotel in Santa Eulalia in the north of the island where most of the activities take place. Some of the most popular programmes include: optimal fitness, optimal weight-loss, luxury yoga retreats, luxury, stand-up-padel and soul, detox retreat, weekend detox retreat and deep sleep reatreat.
If the weather takes a turn for the worst, make the most of your holiday by popping to the Puget Museum. Open from 10am until 4pm throughout the week and from 10am until 2pm on the weekend, this museum is located in Dalt Vila and provides visitors with an insight life in Ibiza through artwork created by Puget Viñas and Puget Riquer. There are around 130 pieces to admire which depict everyday life in the Balearic Islands in the mid 20th century. The pieces are divided into various galleries and include water colours and drawings of the island's streets, landscapes and people, as well as oil paintings and drawings of rural island life, customs and families.
Spending a day at the Atzaro Spa is a great way to relax. Here you'll find a gym equipped with cardio, weightlifting, aerobic and fitness stations where you can work up a sweat before retiring to the dry sauna, Hammam, swimming pool or bubble bar. There are various treatments and massages available, too, as well as comprehensive programmes and fully immersive relaxing holidays. You can pay for things as you go or sign up for one of the various packages, such as: day access, breakfast buffet + day access, veranda menu + day access and veranda menu + day access + treatment.
A trip to Ibiza isn't complete without hitting the nightclubs. Located in Ibiza Town, Pacha is one of the biggest and best clubs on the island. The action kicks off at around midnight every night and lasts well into the early hours. Expect amazing music, go go dancers, heady atmosphere, guest DJs and exclusive VIP areas if you have the cash to splash out. If the crowded dance floor gets a bit much for you, head to the roof-top terrace to cool off and relax.
April events in Ibiza
Sant Francesc Festival
2nd April 2020
During this annual religious holiday, Sant Francesc de s'Estany hosts folk dancing displays, music concerts, traditional games for children and other family-friendly activities in honour of Sant Francesc.
Sant Jordi Day
23rd April 2020 to 30th November -0001
Each April, (April 23rd '17) every town and village across Ibiza holds a festival to coincide with the day of Sant Jordi, with folk dancing displays, traditional games for the children, loads of local food and drink on offer and many other activities for adults and children to enjoy together.
4th April 2020
Join the biggest mass-participation event on the island of Ibiza! 26.2 miles of beautiful towns, glorious weather and Mediterranean views.
12th April 2020
The most important Easter celebrations in Ibiza are held in Ibiza Town and Santa Eulalia. On Maundy Thursday, events begin with processions in the early evening from Ibiza Cathedral and Parroquia de Santa Eulalia de Oscos. These processions involve locals dressed up as Roman soldiers carrying huge floats decorated with flowers whilst a band plays slow marching tunes. As youâ€™d expect, there are special masses held in churches across the island between Maundy Thursday and Easter Sunday each year, too.