Ibiza is the most southwestern island of the Balearic Islands. The island is located on the 38th parallel north, almost 100 kilometers off the coast of mainland Spain in the Gulf of Valencia.

The climate in Ibiza is semi-arid (semi-arid). There is a clear summer dry season and several wet months at the end of autumn and winter on the island.
Summers in Ibiza are hot and dry, winters are mild and humid. Ibiza's overall climatic conditions are milder than on the northern neighboring islands of Mallorca and Menorca, which prevent the cool and humid weather currents from the Ebro and Rhone Valley.
The warmest days are in July, August and September with average daily maximum temperatures between 28 ° and 30 ° C. At night the temperatures do not drop below 20 ° C. The lowest daily temperatures are expected from December to February. On average, they then rise to a maximum of 15 to 16 degrees. At night, however, they rarely fall below seven to eight degrees.
From April to November, daytime temperatures of 20 ° C or more are usually always reached.
Interestingly, Ibiza has lower rainfall than Mallorca or Menorca. It rarely rains in midsummer. October and November are the rainiest months with an average of 6 to 7 rainy days.