What's the Weather like in Ibiza in December?
December is an enjoyable time to visit Ibiza in the Balearic Islands, Spain. The party island is much quieter in the winter season but with seven hours of sunshine a day, there's still plenty of time to explore this historic and naturally beautiful island.
What's Ibiza like at Christmas?
The weather tends to be cool around Christmas, but compared with the UK and northern Europe, you'll still see plenty of sunshine. The last three Christmas Days in Ibiza averaged out at a cool 12°C rising to a warmer 16°C around midday. But all three of the last Christmases were sunny.
How Hot Is Ibiza In December?
The average temperature for December in Ibiza is 13°C with highs of 16°C at the warmest part of the day. With lows of 10°C, you'll be grateful you packed warmer layer or a jacket for exploring the island in the evenings.
How Wet Is Ibiza In December?
With an average of 69mm of rainfall between 11 days, there's a good chance you'll experience some rainy days on your holiday.
Is The Sea Warm Enough To Swim In?
At 17°C, the average sea temperature for Ibiza in December is much cooler than the previous months. Unfortunately, this is considered to be too cold for most people to enjoy a dip in the sea.
Is It Windy In December In Ibiza
You'll probably experience some calm to moderate breezes on your holiday, so pack accordingly in case the wind gets a little too fresh.
Check the Ibiza weather forecast here.
Ibiza Hotels in September
Intertur Apartamentos Miami Ibiza
Intertur Apartamentos Miami Ibiza is a top pick for families and couples looking for somewhere to stay during their holiday in Ibiza. This complex is made up of a selection of one- and two-bedroom apartments, each of which comes complete with: separate bedroom(s), lounge with two sofa beds, satellite TV, telephone, air conditioning, WiFi access, safe, cots available upon request, complete bathroom with hairdryer and full kitchen with microwave and fridge. There are all sorts of services and amenities available for visitors to enjoy, including: swimming pool, kids' pool, reception, multilingual staff, solarium with sun beds and shades, bar-café, air conditioned restaurant, kids' club, disabled facilities, billiards, internet corner and table tennis.
When it comes to central accommodation, Bahia Apartments are perfect. Situated in the centre of Santa Eulalia within easy access of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants, this complex is made up of 24 two-bedroom and three-bedroom apartments, each of which features: separate bedroom,living room with sofas and dining table, separate kitchen with oven, fridge, microwave, kettle, toaster, washing machine and utensils, complete bathroom, balcony, air conditioning, heating, satellite TV, WiFi access and housekeeping. There is a very small selection of services and facilities available for guests to enjoy onsite, including: private parking, lift, multilingual staff and reception.
If you'd rather stay in a hotel than an apartment complex, take a look at Hotel Puchet. This family-run three-star hotel provides a number of services and facilities for guests to enjoy, including: outdoor swimming pool, garden, terrace, solarium, billiards, table tennis, fitness centre, bicycle rental, restaurant, bar, snack bar, free WiFi access, free public parking, car hire, shuttle service, luggage storage and 24-hour reception. Guests can choose between single, twin and triple rooms, each of which features: air conditioning, balcony, satellite TV, flat screen TV, safety deposit box, desk, heating, private bathroom with hairdryer and complimentary toiletries, mini bar and wake-up service.
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 December
Port In Ibiza
The new port in Ibiza is one of the best places to enjoy a leisurely stroll. Located in Ibiza Town, this port is lined by all sorts of shops, supermarkets, cafes, bars and restaurants, so you'll never be stuck for somewhere to go to grab a bite to eat. The best time to visit the port is on an evening, when locals and visitors alike mix together in the lounges and eateries, making it a top people-watching location. There's always a lively atmosphere here no matter which time of year you visit.
Open all-year-round every Saturday from 10am until 8pm, the Hippy Market in Las Dalias is a must-visit during your stay in Ibiza. Whether you're interested in purchasing something or just want to look around, the hippy market is a great place to be and always has a lively vibe. Here you can get your hands on all sorts of interesting handmade and artisan gifts, including: clothes, jewellery, musical instruments, CDs, decorative items, paintings, books, hammocks, shoes and antiques. If you're feeling a bit stressed, you can even enjoy a massage here or have your future read by a palm reader.
When it comes to activities adults and children can enjoy together, a day out to Acrobosc Ibiza is a great choice. Located in between Santa Eulalia and Es Cana, this assault course is set in an area of pine trees and provides visitors with two circuits to choose from an easier circuit and a more difficult one. There are 39 platforms in total each between 2m and 6m high 43 obstacles and 16 ziplines from 4m to 65m guaranteeing you 2/3 hours of non-stop fun. In December, the Acrobosc Ibiza is open on Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays from 10am until 5.30pm and children must be at least three years old to participate.