Low tide and high tide in Ibiza affects very little the coasts of the Balearic island. The change between high and low tide is different every day in Ibiza. Tide heights vary by day, month and season. Low tide and high tide in Ibiza is caused by the gravitational forces of the sun and moon. During the full or new moon phases, the tidal range is higher than normal. During this time, the waves on the beach can be a little bigger and the currents stronger.
In general, Ibiza has very low tides as it is an island in the Mediterranean Sea far from the open sea. The tide fluctuates only a few centimeters, and the tide is so low that it is hardly noticeable. The tides are also much weaker here than in other places where strong tides occur. This is due to the low current strength of the Mediterranean Sea.
Low is about max 0,10m
High is about max 1,0m