Ibiza continues after the pandemic that has been raging the world, by the moment this island doesn’t have a high number of contagions, which is why flights to the island have been reopened, you will be able to discover Ibiza in August.
Tourism in Ibiza has not stopped growing in the last 50 years, thanks to its incredible and beautiful beaches, its quality of attention to tourists and the number of hotels, bars, and clubs on the island.
Complying with the rules, orders and regulations that the Ministry of Health has implemented to reduce the risks of contagion further, Ibiza in August trusts your responsibility and civic awareness for the enjoyment of your vacations, including social distance and the use of a mask.
Ibiza in August offers you many tourist routes that adapt easily to you since it is not necessary to have any special equipment, other than sun protection, comfortable shoes, and water. You can enjoy routes such as, for example, the paths that run through the historic streets of Dalt Vila, its trails, and fields.
Dalt Vila route during Covid-19
It is worth mentioning that the streets of Dalt Villa, declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1999, despite existing since the mid-16th century, are in very good condition for all passers-by and tourists.
You will not only fall in love with Ibiza in August because its cobbled streets but also the interesting little spaces that you will find along the way. In addition, you can also enjoy dramatized routes.
Ibiza in August is still the beautiful white island of the Mediterranean Sea, where many of its festivities are related to religion. According to the Roman calendar, on August 8, a tribute to San Ciriaco is paid, who is the Patron Saint of Ibiza, since that day in 1235, it is believed that Christian culture and faith entered into it.
The celebration of San Ciriaco coincides with the celebration of the conquest in which Ibiza was taken from the Arabs. It can be said that this day is his Independence Day, and they celebrate it with a popular meal is made in the Puig des Molins
Celebrations and events in August in Ibiza
Here we present the dates of the festivities of August in Ibiza so that when you are on the Island you can enjoy some of them during your stay:
- August 2nd: The Ses Figueretes Swimming Crossing with its 500- and 1000-meter tests.
- August 5th: Our Lady of the Snows in the cathedral of Ibiza town. This is one of the most beautiful festivities on the Island, the History of Our Lady of the Snows is one of the most deeply rooted in the popular culture.
- August 8th: – The island’s patron saint, honoured San Ciriaco, is, it´s celebrated by popular meal in Puig des Molins with parades and fireworks.
- August 10th: San Lorenzo – Sant Llorenç de Balàfia
- August 15th: – Assumption of the Virgin Mary and Holiday in Cala Llonga
- August 24th: Festes de Sant Bartomeu and Sant Antoni
- August 28th: Sant Agustí.
Taking advantage of the fact that in Ibiza in August the maximum temperature will be 30 degrees, we suggest you cool off by attending the boat parties of the Mediterranean Sea, especially those of Float Your Boat.
In each of these fully equipped boats, you will enjoy the best music and drinks while you marvel at the beautiful sunsets on the island. Parties of 3 or 5 hours in which you will know how great it is to rock in the sea.
Every Monday, Friday, and Sunday, from the port of San Antonio their boats leave in the afternoon to take you to the hypnotic waters of the Mediterranean and contemplate the unique sunsets and dive into its rich waters at the stops that are made for it.
These boat parties are one of the most preferred activities among tourists since it is the perfect combination of sea, party, drinks, and beauty. Do not miss it and Contact us now.
What to do in Ibiza in August
Ibiza in August is known worldwide for its parties in which for many people madness breaks out during the unstoppable hours of music and drink, but it is also known for its fauna, flora, spectacular beaches, and its museums, such as those that, among many Others, are mentioned below:
- Madina Yabisa La Cúria In Dalt Vila: this compact museum is dedicated to the Moorish period of Ibiza. They are also known as the Madina Yabisa Interpretation Center, mostly using audiovisual technology to relate the Arab origins of the city.
- Museu d’Art Contemporani: in where Contemporary art with an island connection inside a remarkable building in the old town awaits you. It is one of the oldest in the city, and due to its renovation, you can walk on glass floors that have some of the contemporary works underneath.
- Necropolis of Puig des Molins: A fascinating Punic cemetery and museum near the centre of the city of Ibiza. It is the largest and best-preserved necropolis in the world.
- Ethnographic Museum This old farm in Santa Eulària shows the rural heritage of Ibiza. In this museum, it is proposed to present the general public and tourists through the science, customs, and traditions of the people of Ibiza.
You can also walk and have a different and entertaining time on your holidays in Ibiza in August in its craft markets, such as the Casa Llonga which opens from 10 in the morning to 10 at night.
We invite you to visit the defence towers such as the Torre des Savinar this August in Ibiza. It offers unbeatable views of Es Vedrà and the south coast. Incidentally, you cannot miss this incredible 413-meter-high islet.
Likewise, come and enjoy the Torre d’en Valls with its amazing and secluded location in the northeast of Ibiza, overlooking Tagomago.
Last but not least, Ibiza in August invites you to know the Torre de ses Portes Characterized for being the most southern point of Ibiza, overlooking Formentera and Espalmador.
Ibiza is undoubtedly the best option to visit this summer, come and visit us and enjoy your summer.