The fiestas are basically “any excuse to have a week long party”. There are fiestas for each town and also for the patron saints days. They usually last about a week for the town fiestas and have loads of kids entertainment, concerts, live shows, competitions and parades through the town with floats, old cars etc etc and ending with massive firework displays. They are great fun and its a great way to mingle with the locals.

5th January – 3 Kings Parade (All Ibiza)

6th January – 3 Kings Day (All Ibiza)

17th January – San Antonio – Festival of Sant Antoni de Portmany

21st January – Sant Agnes – Festival of Santa Agnes de Corona

12th February – Santa Eulalia – Festival of Santa Eulalia

1st March – Carnival

19th March – Sant Jose – Festival of Sant Josep de sa Talaia

2nd April – San Francesco – Formentera

5th April – Cala San Vicente

Easter – Ibiza & Santa Eulalia

23th April – San Jordi

1st Sunday in May – Santa Eulalia

21st May – Puig D’en Vals

30th May – Fiesta de Sant Ferran de Ses Roqu

24th June – San Juan

29th June – San Pau

10th July – Es Canar

16th July – El Carmen

25th July – Formentera

5th August – Santa Maria

6th August – Sant Salvador de la Marina

8th August – Fiesta de San Ciriaco

10th August – San Llorenzo

15th August – Cala Llonga

24th August – San Antonio

28th August – Fiesta de Sant Agusti des Vedra

8th September – Jesus

14th September – Santa Creu

21st September – Sant Mateu D’Albarca

24th September – Day of the Tourist

29th September – San Miguel

12th October – Fiesta de la Mare de Deu Del Pilar de La Moia

15th October – Es Cubells

24th October – San Rafael

4th November – San Carlos

16th November – Santa Gertrudis

3rd December – Formentera

6th December – Dia de la Consitutucion

8th December – Dia de la Inmaculada Concepcion

26th December – Fiesta de la Sagrada Famiua Can Bonet