15 reasons to rent a villa in Ibiza in September and October
If you are not sure whether to rent a villa in Ibiza in September and October, do not hesitate and do it: the end of the season gives away many good moments of beach, leisure, gastronomy and entertainment. In fact, for many regular visitors to the island, it is the best time of the year to enjoy the island and charge energy to face the winter routines again.
5 reasons that will convince you to come to Ibiza in September and October
- The climate in Ibiza during the months of September and October is much more benign than in other parts of the Mediterranean and southern Europe. Forget about the cloudy days and the cold: in October, for example, the monthly average rainfall is reduced to five days and daytime temperatures are around 25º maximum.
- The water temperature remains very pleasant for the bath in these months, so you will not have problems enjoying long dip in the beaches of Ibiza. And you will also use as much as you want the pool of your luxury villa, since the nights are not yet cold enough to cool the water too much.
- The days still have enough daylight hours to take full advantage of your villa rental in Ibiza in September and October.
- In these dates, in Ibiza Villa you will find fabulous luxury villas at special prices for your last available weeks. Do not miss the selection of villas for September with special prices that we publish in our article 6 Villas Last Minute for August and September. And if you come in October, do not hesitate to write us an email so we can advise you on which villa to rent for your autumn holidays in Ibiza.
- The influx of visitors is greatly reduced as September and October progress, allowing you to enjoy a more intimate Ibiza in the most famous restaurants and beaches of the island.
10 more advantages to rent a villa in Ibiza in September and October
And now that you are clear that there are sufficient reasons to visit Ibiza at the end of summer or at the beginning of autumn, we give you 10 more advantages to rent a villa in Ibiza in September and October.
- The vineyards of the fields of Sant Antoni, Sant Mateu and Santa Agnès are in their splendor, so it is a good time to get to know the wineries of Ibiza. A fabulous villa to stay in September in the wine heart of the island is Can Pep Beia.
- You can enjoy the markets of Ibiza with less people and less heat. Most summer events are held until mid-October, while the Las Dalias market is open every Saturday of the year.
- Thanks to the pleasant daytime temperatures, it is the best time to discover the coast of Ibiza by kayak.
- The beaches of Formentera recover calm as the end of the season progresses, so it is even more attractive to escape to this paradise a couple of days with our luxury catamaran.
- The island’s agenda still offers a wide range of exhibitions, activities, traditional parties and events, such as the Eivissa Jazz (from September 3 to 7), the Ibiza Spirit Festival (October 6) or the Ibiza Light Festival ( October 11 and 12).
- Hiking is a very appealing activity thanks to the mild temperatures of September and October. You can hire the guided services of specialized companies, such as Walking Ibiza, or follow the marked routes along the island.
- At the beginning of autumn you will enjoy peacefully the most famous beaches in Ibiza, such as Ses Salines, Cala Bassa and Cala Comte. If you want to rent a villa in Ibiza in September and October that is close to one of these beaches, we recommend: Casa Delfín Edén, Can Valuz and Can Llosas.
- You can join the “ballades of pou” or traditional dances that are celebrated at this time around the wells of the island. A unique opportunity to get to know the folklore of Ibiza up close.
- In September and October, we want to combine the beach with the interesting cultural visits that await in Ibiza, such as the Museum of Contemporary Art of Ibiza, the Ethnographic Museum of Ibiza and the historic complex of Puig de Missa, both in Santa Eulària; and the necropolis of Puig de Molins, the most important and best preserved funerary complex in the Western Mediterranean.