Ibiza Weather November Averages, Spain

    Ibiza Weather for November 2020

    What's the Weather like in Ibiza in November?

    November is an enjoyable time to visit Ibiza in the Balearic Islands, Spain. The party island is much quieter than in the summer. And with eight hours of sunshine each day,  there's still plenty of time to explore the natural beauty of the island. Plus it's still usually sunny enough to relax on the beach.

    How Warm Is Ibiza In November?

    The average temperature for November in Ibiza is 16°C with highs of 19°C at the warmest part of the day. With lows of 13°C, you'll be grateful you packed warmer layer or a jacket for exploring the island in the evenings.

    Does It Rain In Ibiza In November?

    Across a typical November Ibiza receives an average of 39mm of rain which falls over ten days. This means there's a good chance you'll see a shower or two on your holiday.

    Swimming In The Sea In November

    The average sea temperature for Ibiza in November is 19°C, which may prove a little too refreshing for all but the hardiest swimmers.

    Is November A Windy Month In Ibiza?

    You'll probably experience some calm to moderate breezes on your holiday, so pack accordingly in case the wind feels a little too fresh.

    Check the Ibiza weather forecast here.

    Ibiza Hotels in November

    Sal Rossa Apartments

    Families and couples looking for somewhere to stay during their holiday in Ibiza should take a look at Sal Rossa Apartments. Located on Playa den Bossa, this complex is made up of 77 one-bedroom apartments, each of which comes with: air conditioning, sea views, kitchen, full bathroom, lounge, sofa bed, two single beds, balcony and safe. Guests at the Sal Rossa Apartments are invited to take full advantage of the services and facilities on offer, including: reception, car hire, excursion booking, currency exchange, swimming pool, sun terrace with sun beds, bar-restaurant and games room.

    Fiesta Hotel Milord

    When it comes to child-friendly accommodation, Fiesta Hotel Milord is a great choice. Located on the seafront, close to loads of cafes, bars, supermarkets, shops and restaurants, this hotel provides guests with a wealth of services and facilities to enjoy, including: full-board option, restaurant, lobby bar, swimming pools, children's pool, solarium with sun shades and loungers, poolside massage service, darts, volleyball, table tennism billiards, daytime and evening entertainment, aqua gym, kids' club, evening shows and kids' entertainment. Guests can choose between single, double, triple and quadruple rooms, providing something for all group sizes. Each room features: single bed(s), cot available upon request, alarm clock, air conditioning, balcony or terrace with furniture, desk with lamp, full bathroom with shower and hairdryer, ceiling fan, satellite TV, WiFi access, telephone, radio/alarm clock/iPod docking station, safe, tea and coffee making facilities and fridge.

    Poniente Playa Apartments

    If you're looking for somewhere with a young and lively atmosphere, Poniente Playa Apartments are the ones for you. This complex is made up of 56 spacious one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments, each of which comes complete with: full bathroom, kitchen with fridge, hob, microwave, toaster and kettle, safe, TV, air conditioning and balcony or terrace. There is a small selection of services and facilities available for guests to enjoy, such as:WiFi access, internet station, café-bar, supermarket, beauty salon, swimming pool, poolside bar, sundeck with loungers and parasols, laundry services and 24-hour reception.

    Bars and Restaurants

    La Paloma

    La Paloma is located in San Lorenzo, a little village in the middle of the island. The restaurant offers a small menu so they can concentrate on offering quality fresh dishes. Lots of the ingredients come directly from Italy so you know what you're getting is fresh. The main courses always include two types of pasta, one choice of risotto, two meat dishes, one fish dish and one Bio Plate that's totally organic and vegan. This restaurant caters for anyone and everyone. 

    Es Ventall

    For some traditional Ibizian food visit Es Ventall who serve a selection of amazing salads, well cooked meat and fresh fish. The restaurant is located in Sant Antoni, so it's very easy to locate. Everything meal is beautifully displayed here and all for such an affordable price, paella for example is just 18 euros for a huge portion. Leave room for dessert as they present a range of tasty sweets. 

    Nagai

    Nagai offer contemporary Japanese cuisine, it's the perfect place for sushi lovers. The charming, low-key, laidback environment and 'Tokyo glam' appeal make it stand out from other sushi restaurants in Ibiza. Organic ingredients are used and there are both vegan and vegetarian options on the menu. Sitting outside in the candlelit courtyard surrounded with ancient olive trees can be a perfect family environment or great setting for a romantic meal. 

    Passion Cafe

    The Passion Cafe is a lovely place to stop off for a healthy lunch. Lana Love, the creater of the cafe makes recipes full of goodness; she puts a delicious healthy spin on burgers, pasta, cooked breakfasts and cupcakes. Who would have thought pomegrante and pistachio go so well together? If you're a vegetarian or vegan you will enjoy this place. Smoothies, juices, protein shakes, superfood shakes and raw nut milkshakes are all on the menu along with a refreshing range of coffee.

    Things to do in Ibiza in November

    Puig de Missa

    Puig de Missa is one of the most interesting churches to visit in Ibiza. Located on the top of a hill in Santa Eulalia, this church was originally destroyed by pirates before it was reconstructed many years later with an added fortification. The church's tower dates back to the 16th century, making it one of the oldest in the Pitiusas. After the 17th century, the church was expanded and numerous porches were added where locals used to meet for the town's festivities. After you'd admired the church, take a walk through the streets of Es Puig de Missa and visit the cemetery or pop into the Ethnographic Museum before heading back.

    Cap Blanc Aquarium

    Families holidaying with children won't want to miss the chance to visit the Cap Blanc Aquarium. This popular tourist attraction originally started out as a nursery for fish but has since expanded to include a hatchery for lobsters, recovering sea turtles, star fish, molluscs, octopus, eels, crabs and all sorts of colourful fish. What really makes this aquarium stand out from any other is its layout. The entire aquarium is built inside a cave which covers 370m2. There are five water inlets in total which feed the 300m2 surface lake divided into two where the aquatic animals live. In November, Cap Blanc Aquarium is open on Saturdays from 10am until 2pm.

    Santa Eulalia

    Indulge in some retail therapy by heading to Santa Eulalia and hitting the shops. This resort boasts a huge number of stores, with something to please even the fussiest people. You can snap up almost anything you can imagine here, from designer sunglasses and holiday clothes to handmade jewellery and artisan crafted ornaments. If you're staying in self-catering accommodation, you'll be pleased to hear that there are loads of food shops throughout Santa Eulalia, too, where you can get your hands on some fresh, local ingredients.

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