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  • OUR FESTIVALS AND CELEBRATIONS

    We're not talking about parties at nightclubs. There are already plenty of guide books about Ibiza's nightlife. We'd like to tell you about the traditional festivals and celebrations held in the small villages. Where culture and tradition combine with fun in a relaxed, laid back atmosphere suitable for all ages. An excellent way to discover the essence of the Pityusic Islands. We hope you enjoy it.

TYPIC SUGGESTIONS FOR TRADITIONAL FESTIVALS
  • SAN CIRIACO
    IBIZA'S PATRON SAINT

    During the week of 8 August, Ibiza is filled with color and fireworks. Tradition and culture combine in an endless array of activities for both young and old. Not to be missed. If you would like more information about events during this week, go to www.ibiza.es

  • SAN AGUSTÍN
    ROCK 'N' ROLL

    Open-air concerts, local rock bands, folk dancing, a barbecue and an amazing atmosphere throughout the village. Well wroth a visit. More information on www.santjosep.org

  • FLOWER POWER
    IN FORMENTERA AND BIGGER AND BETTER EVERY YEAR

    This is one of the festivals that most makes people want to come and live here. Formentera's village festivals are held on different dates every year and always finish with a Flower Power party. Traditionally, festival goers travel to Formentera by boat, either ferry or their own craft, land on one of the beaches and head for the village. Enjoy the afternoon and into the evening, try the barbecue and cocktails and if you stay out all night, head home as the sun comes up or stay on in Formentera and enjoy the island the next day.

  • MEDIEVAL FAIR
    ORIGINAL AND HISTORICAL

    Dalt Vila transforms itself into a medieval city. Food stalls, games, stalls demonstrating traditional crafts, animals and musicians, all transporting you to another time. Each year, between 5 and 8 August, the old city walls of the Dalt Vila host this festival full of circus performers, knights, jugglers and snake charmers. More information on www.ibiza.es