If you are looking for a perfect destination for your Easter holidays, why not consider Ibiza on your list? There are many reasons to do so and I’m sure that once you list them, this beautiful island will be in the first places:
-It’s a perfect time to travel. Although Easter is high season, the truth is that you will not find as many people as in the months of June to September. So you will find it easier to find accommodation at a good price and be able to go to some fashionable places without having to wait for long queues.
– Everything will be open. Holy Week usually marks the opening date of all the fashion stores and tourist restaurants that have remained closed throughout the winter. Everything begins to work with the desire and renewed energy after the summer and with all the desire to present news. A perfect time to discover what is going to be cooked in Ibiza during the whole season before anyone else and avoiding the huge crowds of July and August.
-The temperature will be fantastic. Last year Holy Week fell at the end of March and the average temperature was 20 degrees. This year falls in mid-April, so it is to be expected that it will still do much better time. A perfect temperature to do all kinds of excursions and walks but also to enjoy the beach in the hottest hours. You can have the best of the heat and also the best of the temperatures a little cooler in the morning and in the afternoon. Ideal if you like to make routes or walk to discover towns and cities.
– You can enjoy the processions. If you like the religious character of the Easter festival, you can also enjoy this in Ibiza, as traditional processions are celebrated. There are a total of seven brotherhoods that procession on the most marked days. You just have to request a brochure with the processions’ schedules and their itineraries so you do not miss any of them and discover a face of Ibiza totally different from the one we are used to seeing. You will discover the tourist face and also the most traditional face of the island, which continues in many places very attached to religious traditions such as those of Holy Week.