Here the current weather data and weather photos from our own weather station and weather webcam in 07814 Santa Gertrudis | Ibiza | Balearic Islands | Spain.
A look at the climate table, the current weather forecast and the temperature clearly shows that Ibiza has the most balanced climate of all the islands in the Balearic Islands. In summer the average temperature is 26 C, in winter the average temperature is very mild 12 C. The popular holiday island is usually spared from increased precipitation. The balanced weather is very beneficial for your own travel time as you can plan your vacation all year round – even if the water temperature is only warm enough to swim in late spring to November. The water temperature reaches its peak in August at 25 C. The water temperature is already very pleasant from May 17 C, also in October 21 C can be measured, the first half of November has an average water temperature of 19 C – ideal for a travel time with lots of bathing fun.
The highest air temperature in August is an average of 28 C and a maximum of 29 C. Even in winter, according to the climate diagram, it is only in exceptional cases below a value of 10 C. The rainiest month is November. This has 10 rainy days and about 229 mm of precipitation. There are fewer rainy days in September but a little more rainfall. This month has 7 rainy days and a precipitation of 249 mm according to the climate diagram. These months should therefore be avoided if possible. The weather is characterized by a lot of sun. All year round you can count on at least five hours of sun, in summer the sun shines particularly often – with up to 10 hours of sun per day. During your travel time, the days in the city or on the beach are characterized by a lot of sun. Even in autumn and early winter, you can expect up to 8 hours of sun per day, according to the climate diagram. The humidity is not affected by the hours of sunshine according to the climate table. In summer it rises to 75 percent, in winter the humidity drops to around 69 percent according to the climate table.