Ibiza in October with an extra discount
The countdown to the closing of Ánfora Hotel has begun. Indeed, 27th October is around the corner, but there are still many days to enjoy the best of Ibiza and our hotel, like our hot tub with heated water.
If you're thinking about joining those who like to welcome the autumn by swimming in warm crystal-clear waters, eating delicious Med food, walking through pine trees and having dinner under the stars with only a light jacket, book your room at Ánfora Ibiza on our website today. You’ll get 10% off plus the usual exclusive benefits we give our direct guests: late check-out until 2 p.m., welcome gift and private car park (subject to availability).
Because October is a fantastic month to visit Ibiza, when you get sunny, warm days, which you won’t be seeing again until late spring next year in central and northern Europe. This is why many of our foreign guests who came to Ibiza this summer love to come over again for another getaway these weeks. Because we all –or at least most of us– hate to bid farewell to the joyful, relaxed summer days.
Tips to visit Ibiza in October
- Don’t forget to pack you swimwear, summer clothes and a jacket or cardigan for the evenings, comfortable shoes for walks (there are so many routes!) and a sunhat or cap. Temperatures are no higher than 25ºC and no lower than 16ºC in October, and the seawater remains at 22ºC.
- Make the most of this month to get a table at those popular restaurants that have to be booked weeks ahead in the summer as they’re so full every day, such as El Bigotes and Can Bàlafia.
- Check the events planned for this month on the Ibiza.Travel and Visit Santa Eulalia websites. October hosts exciting food and sports events, folk dances and local fiestas, festivals, street markets...
- Stretch out your towel on the most famous beaches and coves in Ibiza now the crowds have thinned: Ses Salines, Cala Bassa, Cala Saladeta, Platges de Comte…
- Have fun with water activities –there are many around Es Canar– and hire a boat to explore Ibiza’s coast.
- Unless you’re planning to do nothing but rest, rent a car.