Fiestas & Cultural Events

A Fiesta is the day on which the Patron Saint of each town is celebrated or commemorated. It is a long standing tradition implemented essentially in the countries of Hispanic culture. In some regions of Spain, like Ibiza, these one day fiestas have gradually turned in to festivals, often running for over a week because as we all know, Ibiza people love to party! Celebrations almost always include fantastic events like Church Mass, a gathering in the town with Ball Pages (folk dancing), live concerts by local artists and an awful lot of eating, drinking and being extremely merry! During the colder winter months, a large marquee is set up in the main square and the festivities take place inside it. Many of the costs are covered by the Ayuntamiento (Town Hall) and the parties just get better and better every year, often with fabulous firework displays, weather permitting. 

Matanza - November



Pagés Festival - November

San Mateo Wine Festival - December


Three Kings - 5th/ 6th January

San Antonio - 17th January 

A wonderfullly fun night of dancing & laughter in the streets of San Antonio as the town comes alive with colourful flower power decorations and live music as part of the San Antonio festivities.

Santa Inés - 21st January

Santa Eulalia - 12th February

San José - 19th March

Sant Francesc - 2nd April

San Vicente - 5th April

San Jordi - 23rd April

San Juan - 24th June

Es Canar - 10th July

Portinatx - 15th July






Ibiza - 8th August

San Lorenzo - 10th August

Cala Llonga - 15th August

San Agustín - 28th August

San Mateo - 21st September

San Miguel - 29th September

Es Cubells - 15th October


San Rafael - 24th October


San Carlos - 4th November


Santa Gertrudis - 16th November