Oct
23
Wed
2019
IBIZA TANTRA FESTIVAL 2019 | The Art of Intimacy @ Portinatx Beach Club Hotel
Oct 23 @ 8:30 pm

ibizatantrafestival2019
IBIZA TANTRA FESTIVAL 2019 | The Art of Intimacy @ Club Hotel Portinatx

from 18.00 hrs

An exciting 7 days immersion into Tantra under the guidance of the world’s top tantra teachers!
Workshops, blissful meditations, yoga, dance sessions, encounters and nights of utterly enjoyable happenings – to be experienced under the inspiration of the theme of the year: THE ART OF INTIMACY…
Enjoy the experience at a luxury resort exclusively reserved for the Ibiza Tantra Festival Tribe:
A beautiful resort in the wild north of Ibiza, over the spectacular bay of Portinatx: pools, spa, jacuzzis, chill out terraces and our own private beach of warm turquoise waters.
We have selected some of the best Tantra teachers in the world to design a full Tantric immersion experience. Everyday you will have a wide variety of workshops to choose from, with different levels of intimacy and depth. Each teacher has its own unique essence and flavour to share

Oct
24
Thu
2019
IBIZA TANTRA FESTIVAL 2019 | The Art of Intimacy @ Portinatx Beach Club Hotel
Oct 24 @ 8:30 pm

ibizatantrafestival2019
IBIZA TANTRA FESTIVAL 2019 | The Art of Intimacy @ Club Hotel Portinatx

from 18.00 hrs

An exciting 7 days immersion into Tantra under the guidance of the world’s top tantra teachers!
Workshops, blissful meditations, yoga, dance sessions, encounters and nights of utterly enjoyable happenings – to be experienced under the inspiration of the theme of the year: THE ART OF INTIMACY…
Enjoy the experience at a luxury resort exclusively reserved for the Ibiza Tantra Festival Tribe:
A beautiful resort in the wild north of Ibiza, over the spectacular bay of Portinatx: pools, spa, jacuzzis, chill out terraces and our own private beach of warm turquoise waters.
We have selected some of the best Tantra teachers in the world to design a full Tantric immersion experience. Everyday you will have a wide variety of workshops to choose from, with different levels of intimacy and depth. Each teacher has its own unique essence and flavour to share

Oct
25
Fri
2019
FIRA DE LA SAL 2019 @ Parque Natural De Ses Salines Ibiza, Spain
Oct 25 @ 9:00 am

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Sant Josep de Sa TalaiaFIRA DE LA SAL 2019 @ Parque Natural De Ses Salines, SANT JOSEP

program according to schedule

The Salt Festival is celebrated in October and represents a new tourist and cultural event destined to promote local heritage and culture.

Organised jointly by the Town Council of Sant Josep, Eivissa Council and the Nature Reserve Ses Salines d’Eivissa i Formentera, the Feria de la Sal aims to pay tribute and to remember the people who worked in the salt-pans and to use a variety of activities throughout the day to promote awareness of the traditions which surround the manual extraction of salt.

The initiative is intended to reduce the seasonal nature of the tourism industry while introducing an additional attraction for both residents and visitors linking tradition and culture to tourism, with activities which are related with tradition and custom to produce greater diversification which will simultaneously allow people to approach the Nature Reserve from a different point of view.

HISTORY

Salt played an important role in the classical world as a preservative for foodstuffs and gave rise to the creation of the salt-pans by the Phoenician settlers who were major producers of salted fish, an activity which continues today. Salt has been the principal source of wealth for Ibiza, the income from which was the basis for the economy and permitted the existence of the university and the government administration, financing the building of the walls and towers for defense of the whole island.


IBIZA TANTRA FESTIVAL 2019 | The Art of Intimacy @ Portinatx Beach Club Hotel
Oct 25 @ 8:30 pm

ibizatantrafestival2019
IBIZA TANTRA FESTIVAL 2019 | The Art of Intimacy @ Club Hotel Portinatx

from 18.00 hrs

An exciting 7 days immersion into Tantra under the guidance of the world’s top tantra teachers!
Workshops, blissful meditations, yoga, dance sessions, encounters and nights of utterly enjoyable happenings – to be experienced under the inspiration of the theme of the year: THE ART OF INTIMACY…
Enjoy the experience at a luxury resort exclusively reserved for the Ibiza Tantra Festival Tribe:
A beautiful resort in the wild north of Ibiza, over the spectacular bay of Portinatx: pools, spa, jacuzzis, chill out terraces and our own private beach of warm turquoise waters.
We have selected some of the best Tantra teachers in the world to design a full Tantric immersion experience. Everyday you will have a wide variety of workshops to choose from, with different levels of intimacy and depth. Each teacher has its own unique essence and flavour to share

Oct
26
Sat
2019
FIRA DE LA SAL 2019 @ Parque Natural De Ses Salines Ibiza, Spain
Oct 26 @ 9:00 am

firadelasal-2019
Sant Josep de Sa TalaiaFIRA DE LA SAL 2019 @ Parque Natural De Ses Salines, SANT JOSEP

program according to schedule

The Salt Festival is celebrated in October and represents a new tourist and cultural event destined to promote local heritage and culture.

Organised jointly by the Town Council of Sant Josep, Eivissa Council and the Nature Reserve Ses Salines d’Eivissa i Formentera, the Feria de la Sal aims to pay tribute and to remember the people who worked in the salt-pans and to use a variety of activities throughout the day to promote awareness of the traditions which surround the manual extraction of salt.

The initiative is intended to reduce the seasonal nature of the tourism industry while introducing an additional attraction for both residents and visitors linking tradition and culture to tourism, with activities which are related with tradition and custom to produce greater diversification which will simultaneously allow people to approach the Nature Reserve from a different point of view.

HISTORY

Salt played an important role in the classical world as a preservative for foodstuffs and gave rise to the creation of the salt-pans by the Phoenician settlers who were major producers of salted fish, an activity which continues today. Salt has been the principal source of wealth for Ibiza, the income from which was the basis for the economy and permitted the existence of the university and the government administration, financing the building of the walls and towers for defense of the whole island.


IBIZA TANTRA FESTIVAL 2019 | The Art of Intimacy @ Portinatx Beach Club Hotel
Oct 26 @ 8:30 pm

ibizatantrafestival2019
IBIZA TANTRA FESTIVAL 2019 | The Art of Intimacy @ Club Hotel Portinatx

from 18.00 hrs

An exciting 7 days immersion into Tantra under the guidance of the world’s top tantra teachers!
Workshops, blissful meditations, yoga, dance sessions, encounters and nights of utterly enjoyable happenings – to be experienced under the inspiration of the theme of the year: THE ART OF INTIMACY…
Enjoy the experience at a luxury resort exclusively reserved for the Ibiza Tantra Festival Tribe:
A beautiful resort in the wild north of Ibiza, over the spectacular bay of Portinatx: pools, spa, jacuzzis, chill out terraces and our own private beach of warm turquoise waters.
We have selected some of the best Tantra teachers in the world to design a full Tantric immersion experience. Everyday you will have a wide variety of workshops to choose from, with different levels of intimacy and depth. Each teacher has its own unique essence and flavour to share

Oct
27
Sun
2019
FIRA DE LA SAL 2019 @ Parque Natural De Ses Salines Ibiza, Spain
Oct 27 @ 9:00 am

firadelasal-2019
Sant Josep de Sa TalaiaFIRA DE LA SAL 2019 @ Parque Natural De Ses Salines, SANT JOSEP

program according to schedule

The Salt Festival is celebrated in October and represents a new tourist and cultural event destined to promote local heritage and culture.

Organised jointly by the Town Council of Sant Josep, Eivissa Council and the Nature Reserve Ses Salines d’Eivissa i Formentera, the Feria de la Sal aims to pay tribute and to remember the people who worked in the salt-pans and to use a variety of activities throughout the day to promote awareness of the traditions which surround the manual extraction of salt.

The initiative is intended to reduce the seasonal nature of the tourism industry while introducing an additional attraction for both residents and visitors linking tradition and culture to tourism, with activities which are related with tradition and custom to produce greater diversification which will simultaneously allow people to approach the Nature Reserve from a different point of view.

HISTORY

Salt played an important role in the classical world as a preservative for foodstuffs and gave rise to the creation of the salt-pans by the Phoenician settlers who were major producers of salted fish, an activity which continues today. Salt has been the principal source of wealth for Ibiza, the income from which was the basis for the economy and permitted the existence of the university and the government administration, financing the building of the walls and towers for defense of the whole island.


IBIZA TANTRA FESTIVAL 2019 | The Art of Intimacy @ Portinatx Beach Club Hotel
Oct 27 @ 8:30 pm

ibizatantrafestival2019
IBIZA TANTRA FESTIVAL 2019 | The Art of Intimacy @ Club Hotel Portinatx

from 18.00 hrs

An exciting 7 days immersion into Tantra under the guidance of the world’s top tantra teachers!
Workshops, blissful meditations, yoga, dance sessions, encounters and nights of utterly enjoyable happenings – to be experienced under the inspiration of the theme of the year: THE ART OF INTIMACY…
Enjoy the experience at a luxury resort exclusively reserved for the Ibiza Tantra Festival Tribe:
A beautiful resort in the wild north of Ibiza, over the spectacular bay of Portinatx: pools, spa, jacuzzis, chill out terraces and our own private beach of warm turquoise waters.
We have selected some of the best Tantra teachers in the world to design a full Tantric immersion experience. Everyday you will have a wide variety of workshops to choose from, with different levels of intimacy and depth. Each teacher has its own unique essence and flavour to share

Oct
31
Thu
2019
HALLOWEEN > The Creepy Wax Museum @ HEART IBIZA Club Restaurant
Oct 31 @ 11:00 pm

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HALLOWEEN > The Creepy Wax Museum @ HEART IBIZA Club Restaurant

from 11.00 – 06.30 hrs

lineup: La Fleur, Mind the Gap, Tuccillo, Elkìns, Los Dos

With special Halloween Market – No Costume, No Fun !!

Nov
4
Mon
2019
DIA de SANT CARLES @ Sant Carles de Peralta
Nov 4 @ 11:00 am


Santa Eularia des RiuDIA de de SANT CARLES @ SANT CARLES DE PERALTA

Annual Saint Patron’s Day with Holy Mass, Market and lots of cultural & traditional festivities for the whole family

Nov
16
Sat
2019
DIA DE SANTA GERTRUDIS @ Santa Gertrudis
Nov 16 @ 8:00 am

Dia de Santa Gertrudis 2017 @ Santa Gertrudis | Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera | Illes Balears | Spain

Santa Eularia des RiuDIA DE SANTA GERTRUDIS @ Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera

12.00 hrs – Solemn Mass followed by procession and ball Pagès, in the church square
20.15 hrs – Delivery of trophies of the championships of Board games Festivities of Santa Gertrudis, in the
tent.
20:30 p.m. – Sunset concert, in the tent.
22:00 pm – Concert by Morning Drivers, with the presentation of their new album «Perspectiva», in the tent.

Traditional celebration of the Santa Gertrudis fiesta with all sorts of activities and events.

Nov
23
Sat
2019
XII CURSA DE SA SOBRASSADA @ Santa Gertrudis
Nov 23 @ 5:00 pm

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Santa Eularia des RiuXII CURSA DE SA SOBRASSADA @ Church, Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera

from 17.00 hrs

17.00 hrs – MINI SOBRASSADA 1km
18.00 hrs – SOBRASSADA for adults 21 km

A traditional celebration of the Santa Gertrudis fiesta with traditional dance & market and all sorts of activities, sports and events for the whole family.

Nov
29
Fri
2019
GLOBAL CLIMATE STRIKE > It was just the beginning @ global
Nov 29 all-day

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extinctionrebellion GLOBAL CLIMATE STRIKE > It was just the beginning @ WORLDWIDE

All day event

More than 2 million young people in 2083 cities of 125 countries across world on march 15th, 1,6 million on may 24th, 7,6 million people for the #WeekForFuture from september 20th to 27th with 6135 actions in 185 countries !

It was just the beginning. Get ready for the next global strike for climate on November 29th

Everyone is welcome.
Everyone is needed!

All events of Extinction Rebellion are non-violent. Extinction Rebellion (abbreviated as XR) is a socio-political movement which uses nonviolent resistance to protest against climate breakdown, biodiversity loss, and the risk of human extinction and ecological collapse.

The countdown does not stop, the time just ends. Attention Ibiza: Rebellion or Extinction!

Global emergency: while in the global scientific community there is already consensus on a massive and accelerated extinction of species and an imminent collapse of the global ecosystem of the planet. This is a direct consequence of the irresponsible human actions. It is the youth of the world who initiate the movement of Rebellion against Extinction.

In Ibiza we have been aware active in the protection of sea and land, working to preserve the biodiversity that enriches our natural heritage and looking for a more sustainable model that allows the next generations to enjoy what we have been given. The problem is that the general reaction is slow, too slow, while the situation is one of extreme urgency and seriousness. This is why a new mass social reaction, local as well as global, is required to firmly demand governments, in all its administrations, a change of radical and immediate political action.

The Rebellion against Extinction is also activated in Ibiza. We will be waiting for you at Vara de Rey at 6pm through a street gathering.
We must, here too, unite our voices and raise our hands in a non-violent way to defend our future, that of our children, that of all living beings.

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XR Global info website: http://rebellion.earth
Join the FB GROUP Extinction Rebellion Ibiza to be kept up to date: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1008612622660633/

More information about the event will be posted soon here:

XR IBIZA PRESS RELEASE May 14th, 2019:

XR Ibiza is comprised of people on the island who have decided to join the international non-violent rebellion against the ongoing species extinction and ecological and existential crisis. The Extinction Rebellion movement UK was born thanks to the ímpetus of scientists in the UK and has spread around the world into a coordinated international network. We are made up of self- organised XR groups within national territories which are coordinated on a state level and then with other countries via XR International.
Our message is clear: ALARM! We are facing a climate and ecological crisis, massive species extinction is already happening, and human extinction is a real risk. We have very little time left to act. The passive negligence of our governments makes them complicit, it is thus our right and our duty to follow our consciences and rebel by peaceful civil disobedience.

Our demands

The Government must tell the truth about the climate and ecological emergency. It must reverse those policies which do not align with this stance and, working alongside the media, strive to communicate with the people
The Government must enact binding and mandatory policies to reduce carbon emissions to net zero by 2025, to halt biodiversity loss and at the same time reduce levels of consumption.
A Citizens’ Assembly must be created to supervise the change, this being the democracy most suitable for achieving the objectives.
Regarding the first demand, and following the example of the UK parliament among others, we urge Ibiza’s 5 town halls, the Consell, the Govern Balear and the Spanish state to declare with no further ado, a CLIMATE EMERGENCY, this is fundamental to enable the truth to be told and for society to gain more awareness and thus act accordingly
For our part, we the people of Ibiza who oppose the misuse of our Earth and the threat to Humanity, are uniting our voices to deliver this Declaration of Rebellion against Extinction. This declaration is supported by the international movement Extinction Rebellion as well as the international declaration of rebellion presented in Madrid on April 8th by Extinction Rebellion España.

For the launch of XR Ibiza and for this our first act we enjoy the collaboration and support of local artists, scientists and activists. Moreover, we already have the official adhesion of renowned groups such as Eivissa Diu No, Antipetrolífera, SOS Yoga Ibiza, Ibiza Conciencia, Cocreate Earth, Circular Thinking, Amics de la Terra, Gen-Gob, ProArtSo, Conciencia Plástica, Guardianes de la Posidonia, Juventud Ibicenca (Fridays For Future), Casita Verde, Ecoradio Ibiza, Alianza por el Agua en Ibiza y Formentera, Associació de Voluntaris d’Eivissa, CGT Ibiza y Formentera, Cooperativa Integral de Eivissa, Masterminds Earth, Ibiza Fènix, Ibiza Climate Save, Anonymous for the Voiceless Ibiza and Love From Ibiza.

We must react together as a society and understand that Ibiza is already being seriously affected by the irresponsible act of our civilization with its self- destructive tendencies. The role played by the media is key which is why we expect on you to attend on Wednesday and we count on your publishing and/or broadcasting from now on

Many thanks and best regards from the team of XR Ibiza

Coordinators:
Karen Killeen (669 236 093), Barbara Di Giacinto (628 409 628), Yuri Corvalan (657 341 171), Octavio Pertot (678 757 513)

LOVE AND RAGE
EXTINCTION REBELLION IBIZA
http://xribiza.org/

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Dec
31
Tue
2019
NEW YEAR’s EVE PARTY 2020 @ HEART IBIZA Club Restaurant
Dec 31 @ 11:00 pm

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NEW YEAR’s EVE PARTY 2020 @ HEART IBIZA Club Restaurant

from 23.00 – 06.00 hrs 

lineup: LBob Sinclar, John Aquaviva, Depaart, Fredelux, Mark Ursa

all about HEART IBIZA

Jan
17
Fri
2020
DIA de SANT ANTONI @ San Antonio
Jan 17 @ 8:00 am


Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA de SANT ANTONI @ SANT ANTONI DE PORTMANY

from 10.00 hrs

Celebrations of the annual Sant Patron’ Day festival of San Antonio, with sports, music and all kinds of activities for all ages

Jan
21
Tue
2020
DIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ Santa Agnes
Jan 21 @ 12:00 pm


Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ SANTA INES

from 12.00 – 00.00 hrs 
Holy Mass & procession, ball pagès, bunyols and traditional walk up the mountain

details tba

Jun
24
Wed
2020
DIA DE SANT JOAN @ Sant Joan de Labritja
Jun 24 @ 10:00 am


 Mercadillo Artesanal Dominical Sant Joan de LabritjaDIA DE SANT JOAN @ Sant Joan de Labritja

Church square
10.00 – 16.00 hrs – Artisan market

12.00 hrs – Holy Mass
13.00 hrs – Procession & Ball Pages and orelletes and bunyols by the Ajuntament
14: 00 hrs – PARADE OF PUPPETS @ Plaza de España.
21: 00 hrs – MACARRONES DE SAN JUAN COMPETITION @ Plaza de España.
21: 30 hrs – CONCERT> Rels @ Plaza de España.
22: 30 hrs – CONCERT > San Bluesmafia and Es Saligardos @ Plaza de España.

Aug
8
Sat
2020
FIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks of Dalt Villa @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad
Aug 8 @ 10:30 am


DALT VILAFIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad

Full program to be announced.

18.30 hrs – Berenada Popular as Puig des Molins coinciding with the traditional snack of Sant Ciriac
20.00 hrs – Giant Paella
24.00 hrs – Great firework display from the wall of the Port Vell in Ibiza

During the first week of August, the town of Eivissa, dresses up, decorated with flags, parades and fireworks. For days people celebrate, honor and sing. Religion and traditions are mixed into several activities that form this great event. Eivissa celebrates the “Festes de la Terra“, the “fiestas of our land”, which revolve around the island of Ibiza and its history.

August 5 is the day of the patron saint of Eivissa, Santa María de la Neus, the virgin of the snows. Dalt Vila Cathedral is named after her.
It is about the celebration of the patron saint of the capital of the island, the great festival of Eivissa.
Three days later, San Ciriaco is honored and the Catalan conquest remembered, which was on this day in 1235.
Colorful parades fill the streets. There are shows, folklore and concerts in many places, competitions and exhibitions … and a lot to see.
The city also shows its respect for the significant background of the Fiestas. Many traditional religious acts take place. The day of the Catalan conquest is very important for the religious Ibizan since this is how Christianity and the Western world joined Ibiza and Formentera.
Before that the Moors reigned in the Pitiusas, and with them Islam.

August 8 symbolizes the beginning of a new era for Ibiza. It is one of the most popular holidays and begins in the morning with a ceremony in the cathedral in honor of San Ciriaco. Then a procession follows through the streets of all parish flags. It is a procession of historical importance, as the flag of San Lorenzo has been crossed for 200 years, being the oldest banner of the island.
The procession ends in the Plaza de España with a floral offering and a peasant dance next to the monument to Guillerm de Montgri.

In the evening the traditional “berenada or  picnic” takes place on the hill of Puig des Molins, which the Ibizan traditionally celebrate with cakes and other homemade food.

At the end of the day, huge fireworks light up the sky over Dalt Vila. The historical enclave shines for a few moments with an incomparable light.

Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, is an annual event that commemorates the Catalans regaining control of the island on the Moors.
Every year, local people and visitors come together to the Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, where fireworks, dancing, drinking, eating, music and joy can be enjoyed, as well as the famous watermelon fight.

The celebrations mark an event that took place on 8 August 1235.
In the 13th century, two Muslim brothers ruled over Ibiza.
The story goes that one of the brothers was stronger and more powerful than the other and his favorite wife stole from him.

To take revenge on his deceitful brother, the other showed an attacking army of Christians the secret entrance into the inner walls of Dalt Vila, after which a battle took place on 8 August 1235, in which the Moors were defeated and the Catalans regained control over the island.

Sant Ciriac
has been the patron saint of Ibiza since 1650.

Nowadays you can visit the place where the Christians entered Ibiza Town and follow the picturesque cobbled streets to the Chapel of Sant Ciriac,  in an alley of the same name, and built  in 1754.
The small chapel was built in honor of San Ciriaco or Sant Ciriac, patron saint of the Ibiza Town since 1650,  who fell in 1235 during the battle of Ibiza town. The chapel is a small room with a fence. 
The chapel houses a statue of Sant Ciriac and inside, under the altar, one sees san arch, the beginning of the possible tunnel that a legend identifies as the entrance of the Christian conquerors guided by the hated brother of the Muslim sheikh. The tunneled entrance to the Sant Ciriac chapel is designed to mimic the arrival of the Christian army.

Nowadays coins are thrown through the arch for good fate.

Sep
29
Tue
2020
Día de San Miquel de Balansat @ Sant Miguel
Sep 29 @ 9:00 am

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Sant Joan de LabritjaDía de San Miquel de Balansat @ San Miguel

from 09.00 – 00.00 hrs

according to program

Oct
24
Sat
2020
FIRA DE LA SAL 2020 @ Ses Salinas, Sant Josep
Oct 24 @ 9:00 am


Sant Josep de Sa TalaiaFIRA DE LA SAL 2020 @ SES SALINAS, SANT JOSEP

details to be announced

The Salt Festival is celebrated in October and represents a new tourist and cultural event destined to promote local heritage and culture.

Organised jointly by the Town Council of Sant Josep, Eivissa Council and the Nature Reserve Ses Salines d’Eivissa i Formentera, the Feria de la Sal aims to pay tribute and to remember the people who worked in the salt-pans and to use a variety of activities throughout the day to promote awareness of the traditions which surround the manual extraction of salt.

The initiative is intended to reduce the seasonal nature of the tourism industry while introducing an additional attraction for both residents and visitors linking tradition and culture to tourism, with activities which are related with tradition and custom to produce greater diversification which will simultaneously allow people to approach the Nature Reserve from a different point of view.

HISTORY

Salt played an important role in the classical world as a preservative for foodstuffs and gave rise to the creation of the salt-pans by the Phoenician settlers who were major producers of salted fish, an activity which continues today. Salt has been the principal source of wealth for Ibiza, the income from which was the basis for the economy and permitted the existence of the university and the government administration, financing the building of the walls and towers for defence of the whole island.

Oct
25
Sun
2020
FIRA DE LA SAL 2020 @ Ses Salinas, Sant Josep
Oct 25 @ 9:00 am


Sant Josep de Sa TalaiaFIRA DE LA SAL 2020 @ SES SALINAS, SANT JOSEP

details to be announced

The Salt Festival is celebrated in October and represents a new tourist and cultural event destined to promote local heritage and culture.

Organised jointly by the Town Council of Sant Josep, Eivissa Council and the Nature Reserve Ses Salines d’Eivissa i Formentera, the Feria de la Sal aims to pay tribute and to remember the people who worked in the salt-pans and to use a variety of activities throughout the day to promote awareness of the traditions which surround the manual extraction of salt.

The initiative is intended to reduce the seasonal nature of the tourism industry while introducing an additional attraction for both residents and visitors linking tradition and culture to tourism, with activities which are related with tradition and custom to produce greater diversification which will simultaneously allow people to approach the Nature Reserve from a different point of view.

HISTORY

Salt played an important role in the classical world as a preservative for foodstuffs and gave rise to the creation of the salt-pans by the Phoenician settlers who were major producers of salted fish, an activity which continues today. Salt has been the principal source of wealth for Ibiza, the income from which was the basis for the economy and permitted the existence of the university and the government administration, financing the building of the walls and towers for defence of the whole island.

Nov
4
Wed
2020
DIA de SANT CARLES @ Sant Carles de Peralta
Nov 4 @ 11:00 am


Santa Eularia des RiuDIA de de SANT CARLES @ SANT CARLES DE PERALTA

Annual Saint Patron’s Day with Holy Mass, Market and lots of cultural & traditional festivities for the whole family

Nov
16
Mon
2020
DIA DE SANTA GERTRUDIS @ Santa Gertrudis
Nov 16 @ 8:00 am

Dia de Santa Gertrudis 2017 @ Santa Gertrudis | Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera | Illes Balears | Spain

Santa Eularia des RiuDIA DE SANTA GERTRUDIS @ Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera

12.00 hrs – Solemn Mass followed by procession and ball Pagès, in the church square
20.15 hrs – Delivery of trophies of the championships of Board games Festivities of Santa Gertrudis, in the
tent.
20:30 p.m. – Sunset concert, in the tent.
22:00 pm – Concert by Morning Drivers, with the presentation of their new album «Perspectiva», in the tent.

Traditional celebration of the Santa Gertrudis fiesta with all sorts of activities and events.

Jan
17
Sun
2021
DIA de SANT ANTONI @ San Antonio
Jan 17 @ 8:00 am


Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA de SANT ANTONI @ SANT ANTONI DE PORTMANY

from 10.00 hrs

Celebrations of the annual Sant Patron’ Day festival of San Antonio, with sports, music and all kinds of activities for all ages

Jan
21
Thu
2021
DIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ Santa Agnes
Jan 21 @ 12:00 pm


Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ SANTA INES

from 12.00 – 00.00 hrs 
Holy Mass & procession, ball pagès, bunyols and traditional walk up the mountain

details tba

Jun
24
Thu
2021
DIA DE SANT JOAN @ Sant Joan de Labritja
Jun 24 @ 10:00 am


 Mercadillo Artesanal Dominical Sant Joan de LabritjaDIA DE SANT JOAN @ Sant Joan de Labritja

Church square
10.00 – 16.00 hrs – Artisan market

12.00 hrs – Holy Mass
13.00 hrs – Procession & Ball Pages and orelletes and bunyols by the Ajuntament
14: 00 hrs – PARADE OF PUPPETS @ Plaza de España.
21: 00 hrs – MACARRONES DE SAN JUAN COMPETITION @ Plaza de España.
21: 30 hrs – CONCERT> Rels @ Plaza de España.
22: 30 hrs – CONCERT > San Bluesmafia and Es Saligardos @ Plaza de España.

Aug
8
Sun
2021
FIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks of Dalt Villa @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad
Aug 8 @ 10:30 am


DALT VILAFIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad

Full program to be announced.

18.30 hrs – Berenada Popular as Puig des Molins coinciding with the traditional snack of Sant Ciriac
20.00 hrs – Giant Paella
24.00 hrs – Great firework display from the wall of the Port Vell in Ibiza

During the first week of August, the town of Eivissa, dresses up, decorated with flags, parades and fireworks. For days people celebrate, honor and sing. Religion and traditions are mixed into several activities that form this great event. Eivissa celebrates the “Festes de la Terra“, the “fiestas of our land”, which revolve around the island of Ibiza and its history.

August 5 is the day of the patron saint of Eivissa, Santa María de la Neus, the virgin of the snows. Dalt Vila Cathedral is named after her.
It is about the celebration of the patron saint of the capital of the island, the great festival of Eivissa.
Three days later, San Ciriaco is honored and the Catalan conquest remembered, which was on this day in 1235.
Colorful parades fill the streets. There are shows, folklore and concerts in many places, competitions and exhibitions … and a lot to see.
The city also shows its respect for the significant background of the Fiestas. Many traditional religious acts take place. The day of the Catalan conquest is very important for the religious Ibizan since this is how Christianity and the Western world joined Ibiza and Formentera.
Before that the Moors reigned in the Pitiusas, and with them Islam.

August 8 symbolizes the beginning of a new era for Ibiza. It is one of the most popular holidays and begins in the morning with a ceremony in the cathedral in honor of San Ciriaco. Then a procession follows through the streets of all parish flags. It is a procession of historical importance, as the flag of San Lorenzo has been crossed for 200 years, being the oldest banner of the island.
The procession ends in the Plaza de España with a floral offering and a peasant dance next to the monument to Guillerm de Montgri.

In the evening the traditional “berenada or  picnic” takes place on the hill of Puig des Molins, which the Ibizan traditionally celebrate with cakes and other homemade food.

At the end of the day, huge fireworks light up the sky over Dalt Vila. The historical enclave shines for a few moments with an incomparable light.

Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, is an annual event that commemorates the Catalans regaining control of the island on the Moors.
Every year, local people and visitors come together to the Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, where fireworks, dancing, drinking, eating, music and joy can be enjoyed, as well as the famous watermelon fight.

The celebrations mark an event that took place on 8 August 1235.
In the 13th century, two Muslim brothers ruled over Ibiza.
The story goes that one of the brothers was stronger and more powerful than the other and his favorite wife stole from him.

To take revenge on his deceitful brother, the other showed an attacking army of Christians the secret entrance into the inner walls of Dalt Vila, after which a battle took place on 8 August 1235, in which the Moors were defeated and the Catalans regained control over the island.

Sant Ciriac
has been the patron saint of Ibiza since 1650.

Nowadays you can visit the place where the Christians entered Ibiza Town and follow the picturesque cobbled streets to the Chapel of Sant Ciriac,  in an alley of the same name, and built  in 1754.
The small chapel was built in honor of San Ciriaco or Sant Ciriac, patron saint of the Ibiza Town since 1650,  who fell in 1235 during the battle of Ibiza town. The chapel is a small room with a fence. 
The chapel houses a statue of Sant Ciriac and inside, under the altar, one sees san arch, the beginning of the possible tunnel that a legend identifies as the entrance of the Christian conquerors guided by the hated brother of the Muslim sheikh. The tunneled entrance to the Sant Ciriac chapel is designed to mimic the arrival of the Christian army.

Nowadays coins are thrown through the arch for good fate.

Sep
1
Wed
2021
Día de San Miquel de Balansat @ Sant Miguel
Sep 1 @ 9:00 am

festessantmiquel2019
Sant Joan de LabritjaDía de San Miquel de Balansat @ San Miguel

from 09.00 – 00.00 hrs

according to program

Nov
4
Thu
2021
DIA de SANT CARLES @ Sant Carles de Peralta
Nov 4 @ 11:00 am


Santa Eularia des RiuDIA de de SANT CARLES @ SANT CARLES DE PERALTA

Annual Saint Patron’s Day with Holy Mass, Market and lots of cultural & traditional festivities for the whole family

Nov
16
Tue
2021
DIA DE SANTA GERTRUDIS @ Santa Gertrudis
Nov 16 @ 8:00 am

Dia de Santa Gertrudis 2017 @ Santa Gertrudis | Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera | Illes Balears | Spain

Santa Eularia des RiuDIA DE SANTA GERTRUDIS @ Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera

12.00 hrs – Solemn Mass followed by procession and ball Pagès, in the church square
20.15 hrs – Delivery of trophies of the championships of Board games Festivities of Santa Gertrudis, in the
tent.
20:30 p.m. – Sunset concert, in the tent.
22:00 pm – Concert by Morning Drivers, with the presentation of their new album «Perspectiva», in the tent.

Traditional celebration of the Santa Gertrudis fiesta with all sorts of activities and events.

Jan
17
Mon
2022
DIA de SANT ANTONI @ San Antonio
Jan 17 @ 8:00 am


Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA de SANT ANTONI @ SANT ANTONI DE PORTMANY

from 10.00 hrs

Celebrations of the annual Sant Patron’ Day festival of San Antonio, with sports, music and all kinds of activities for all ages

Jan
21
Fri
2022
DIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ Santa Agnes
Jan 21 @ 12:00 pm


Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ SANTA INES

from 12.00 – 00.00 hrs 
Holy Mass & procession, ball pagès, bunyols and traditional walk up the mountain

details tba

Jun
24
Fri
2022
DIA DE SANT JOAN @ Sant Joan de Labritja
Jun 24 @ 10:00 am


 Mercadillo Artesanal Dominical Sant Joan de LabritjaDIA DE SANT JOAN @ Sant Joan de Labritja

Church square
10.00 – 16.00 hrs – Artisan market

12.00 hrs – Holy Mass
13.00 hrs – Procession & Ball Pages and orelletes and bunyols by the Ajuntament
14: 00 hrs – PARADE OF PUPPETS @ Plaza de España.
21: 00 hrs – MACARRONES DE SAN JUAN COMPETITION @ Plaza de España.
21: 30 hrs – CONCERT> Rels @ Plaza de España.
22: 30 hrs – CONCERT > San Bluesmafia and Es Saligardos @ Plaza de España.

Aug
8
Mon
2022
FIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks of Dalt Villa @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad
Aug 8 @ 10:30 am


DALT VILAFIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad

Full program to be announced.

18.30 hrs – Berenada Popular as Puig des Molins coinciding with the traditional snack of Sant Ciriac
20.00 hrs – Giant Paella
24.00 hrs – Great firework display from the wall of the Port Vell in Ibiza

During the first week of August, the town of Eivissa, dresses up, decorated with flags, parades and fireworks. For days people celebrate, honor and sing. Religion and traditions are mixed into several activities that form this great event. Eivissa celebrates the “Festes de la Terra“, the “fiestas of our land”, which revolve around the island of Ibiza and its history.

August 5 is the day of the patron saint of Eivissa, Santa María de la Neus, the virgin of the snows. Dalt Vila Cathedral is named after her.
It is about the celebration of the patron saint of the capital of the island, the great festival of Eivissa.
Three days later, San Ciriaco is honored and the Catalan conquest remembered, which was on this day in 1235.
Colorful parades fill the streets. There are shows, folklore and concerts in many places, competitions and exhibitions … and a lot to see.
The city also shows its respect for the significant background of the Fiestas. Many traditional religious acts take place. The day of the Catalan conquest is very important for the religious Ibizan since this is how Christianity and the Western world joined Ibiza and Formentera.
Before that the Moors reigned in the Pitiusas, and with them Islam.

August 8 symbolizes the beginning of a new era for Ibiza. It is one of the most popular holidays and begins in the morning with a ceremony in the cathedral in honor of San Ciriaco. Then a procession follows through the streets of all parish flags. It is a procession of historical importance, as the flag of San Lorenzo has been crossed for 200 years, being the oldest banner of the island.
The procession ends in the Plaza de España with a floral offering and a peasant dance next to the monument to Guillerm de Montgri.

In the evening the traditional “berenada or  picnic” takes place on the hill of Puig des Molins, which the Ibizan traditionally celebrate with cakes and other homemade food.

At the end of the day, huge fireworks light up the sky over Dalt Vila. The historical enclave shines for a few moments with an incomparable light.

Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, is an annual event that commemorates the Catalans regaining control of the island on the Moors.
Every year, local people and visitors come together to the Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, where fireworks, dancing, drinking, eating, music and joy can be enjoyed, as well as the famous watermelon fight.

The celebrations mark an event that took place on 8 August 1235.
In the 13th century, two Muslim brothers ruled over Ibiza.
The story goes that one of the brothers was stronger and more powerful than the other and his favorite wife stole from him.

To take revenge on his deceitful brother, the other showed an attacking army of Christians the secret entrance into the inner walls of Dalt Vila, after which a battle took place on 8 August 1235, in which the Moors were defeated and the Catalans regained control over the island.

Sant Ciriac
has been the patron saint of Ibiza since 1650.

Nowadays you can visit the place where the Christians entered Ibiza Town and follow the picturesque cobbled streets to the Chapel of Sant Ciriac,  in an alley of the same name, and built  in 1754.
The small chapel was built in honor of San Ciriaco or Sant Ciriac, patron saint of the Ibiza Town since 1650,  who fell in 1235 during the battle of Ibiza town. The chapel is a small room with a fence. 
The chapel houses a statue of Sant Ciriac and inside, under the altar, one sees san arch, the beginning of the possible tunnel that a legend identifies as the entrance of the Christian conquerors guided by the hated brother of the Muslim sheikh. The tunneled entrance to the Sant Ciriac chapel is designed to mimic the arrival of the Christian army.

Nowadays coins are thrown through the arch for good fate.

Sep
1
Thu
2022
Día de San Miquel de Balansat @ Sant Miguel
Sep 1 @ 9:00 am

festessantmiquel2019
Sant Joan de LabritjaDía de San Miquel de Balansat @ San Miguel

from 09.00 – 00.00 hrs

according to program

Nov
4
Fri
2022
DIA de SANT CARLES @ Sant Carles de Peralta
Nov 4 @ 11:00 am


Santa Eularia des RiuDIA de de SANT CARLES @ SANT CARLES DE PERALTA

Annual Saint Patron’s Day with Holy Mass, Market and lots of cultural & traditional festivities for the whole family

Nov
16
Wed
2022
DIA DE SANTA GERTRUDIS @ Santa Gertrudis
Nov 16 @ 8:00 am

Dia de Santa Gertrudis 2017 @ Santa Gertrudis | Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera | Illes Balears | Spain

Santa Eularia des RiuDIA DE SANTA GERTRUDIS @ Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera

12.00 hrs – Solemn Mass followed by procession and ball Pagès, in the church square
20.15 hrs – Delivery of trophies of the championships of Board games Festivities of Santa Gertrudis, in the
tent.
20:30 p.m. – Sunset concert, in the tent.
22:00 pm – Concert by Morning Drivers, with the presentation of their new album «Perspectiva», in the tent.

Traditional celebration of the Santa Gertrudis fiesta with all sorts of activities and events.

Jan
17
Tue
2023
DIA de SANT ANTONI @ San Antonio
Jan 17 @ 8:00 am


Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA de SANT ANTONI @ SANT ANTONI DE PORTMANY

from 10.00 hrs

Celebrations of the annual Sant Patron’ Day festival of San Antonio, with sports, music and all kinds of activities for all ages

Jan
21
Sat
2023
DIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ Santa Agnes
Jan 21 @ 12:00 pm


Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ SANTA INES

from 12.00 – 00.00 hrs 
Holy Mass & procession, ball pagès, bunyols and traditional walk up the mountain

details tba

Jun
24
Sat
2023
DIA DE SANT JOAN @ Sant Joan de Labritja
Jun 24 @ 10:00 am


 Mercadillo Artesanal Dominical Sant Joan de LabritjaDIA DE SANT JOAN @ Sant Joan de Labritja

Church square
10.00 – 16.00 hrs – Artisan market

12.00 hrs – Holy Mass
13.00 hrs – Procession & Ball Pages and orelletes and bunyols by the Ajuntament
14: 00 hrs – PARADE OF PUPPETS @ Plaza de España.
21: 00 hrs – MACARRONES DE SAN JUAN COMPETITION @ Plaza de España.
21: 30 hrs – CONCERT> Rels @ Plaza de España.
22: 30 hrs – CONCERT > San Bluesmafia and Es Saligardos @ Plaza de España.

Aug
8
Tue
2023
FIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks of Dalt Villa @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad
Aug 8 @ 10:30 am


DALT VILAFIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad

Full program to be announced.

18.30 hrs – Berenada Popular as Puig des Molins coinciding with the traditional snack of Sant Ciriac
20.00 hrs – Giant Paella
24.00 hrs – Great firework display from the wall of the Port Vell in Ibiza

During the first week of August, the town of Eivissa, dresses up, decorated with flags, parades and fireworks. For days people celebrate, honor and sing. Religion and traditions are mixed into several activities that form this great event. Eivissa celebrates the “Festes de la Terra“, the “fiestas of our land”, which revolve around the island of Ibiza and its history.

August 5 is the day of the patron saint of Eivissa, Santa María de la Neus, the virgin of the snows. Dalt Vila Cathedral is named after her.
It is about the celebration of the patron saint of the capital of the island, the great festival of Eivissa.
Three days later, San Ciriaco is honored and the Catalan conquest remembered, which was on this day in 1235.
Colorful parades fill the streets. There are shows, folklore and concerts in many places, competitions and exhibitions … and a lot to see.
The city also shows its respect for the significant background of the Fiestas. Many traditional religious acts take place. The day of the Catalan conquest is very important for the religious Ibizan since this is how Christianity and the Western world joined Ibiza and Formentera.
Before that the Moors reigned in the Pitiusas, and with them Islam.

August 8 symbolizes the beginning of a new era for Ibiza. It is one of the most popular holidays and begins in the morning with a ceremony in the cathedral in honor of San Ciriaco. Then a procession follows through the streets of all parish flags. It is a procession of historical importance, as the flag of San Lorenzo has been crossed for 200 years, being the oldest banner of the island.
The procession ends in the Plaza de España with a floral offering and a peasant dance next to the monument to Guillerm de Montgri.

In the evening the traditional “berenada or  picnic” takes place on the hill of Puig des Molins, which the Ibizan traditionally celebrate with cakes and other homemade food.

At the end of the day, huge fireworks light up the sky over Dalt Vila. The historical enclave shines for a few moments with an incomparable light.

Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, is an annual event that commemorates the Catalans regaining control of the island on the Moors.
Every year, local people and visitors come together to the Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, where fireworks, dancing, drinking, eating, music and joy can be enjoyed, as well as the famous watermelon fight.

The celebrations mark an event that took place on 8 August 1235.
In the 13th century, two Muslim brothers ruled over Ibiza.
The story goes that one of the brothers was stronger and more powerful than the other and his favorite wife stole from him.

To take revenge on his deceitful brother, the other showed an attacking army of Christians the secret entrance into the inner walls of Dalt Vila, after which a battle took place on 8 August 1235, in which the Moors were defeated and the Catalans regained control over the island.

Sant Ciriac
has been the patron saint of Ibiza since 1650.

Nowadays you can visit the place where the Christians entered Ibiza Town and follow the picturesque cobbled streets to the Chapel of Sant Ciriac,  in an alley of the same name, and built  in 1754.
The small chapel was built in honor of San Ciriaco or Sant Ciriac, patron saint of the Ibiza Town since 1650,  who fell in 1235 during the battle of Ibiza town. The chapel is a small room with a fence. 
The chapel houses a statue of Sant Ciriac and inside, under the altar, one sees san arch, the beginning of the possible tunnel that a legend identifies as the entrance of the Christian conquerors guided by the hated brother of the Muslim sheikh. The tunneled entrance to the Sant Ciriac chapel is designed to mimic the arrival of the Christian army.

Nowadays coins are thrown through the arch for good fate.

Sep
1
Fri
2023
Día de San Miquel de Balansat @ Sant Miguel
Sep 1 @ 9:00 am

festessantmiquel2019
Sant Joan de LabritjaDía de San Miquel de Balansat @ San Miguel

from 09.00 – 00.00 hrs

according to program

Nov
4
Sat
2023
DIA de SANT CARLES @ Sant Carles de Peralta
Nov 4 @ 11:00 am


Santa Eularia des RiuDIA de de SANT CARLES @ SANT CARLES DE PERALTA

Annual Saint Patron’s Day with Holy Mass, Market and lots of cultural & traditional festivities for the whole family

Nov
16
Thu
2023
DIA DE SANTA GERTRUDIS @ Santa Gertrudis
Nov 16 @ 8:00 am

Dia de Santa Gertrudis 2017 @ Santa Gertrudis | Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera | Illes Balears | Spain

Santa Eularia des RiuDIA DE SANTA GERTRUDIS @ Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera

12.00 hrs – Solemn Mass followed by procession and ball Pagès, in the church square
20.15 hrs – Delivery of trophies of the championships of Board games Festivities of Santa Gertrudis, in the
tent.
20:30 p.m. – Sunset concert, in the tent.
22:00 pm – Concert by Morning Drivers, with the presentation of their new album «Perspectiva», in the tent.

Traditional celebration of the Santa Gertrudis fiesta with all sorts of activities and events.

Jan
17
Wed
2024
DIA de SANT ANTONI @ San Antonio
Jan 17 @ 8:00 am


Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA de SANT ANTONI @ SANT ANTONI DE PORTMANY

from 10.00 hrs

Celebrations of the annual Sant Patron’ Day festival of San Antonio, with sports, music and all kinds of activities for all ages

Jan
21
Sun
2024
DIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ Santa Agnes
Jan 21 @ 12:00 pm


Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ SANTA INES

from 12.00 – 00.00 hrs 
Holy Mass & procession, ball pagès, bunyols and traditional walk up the mountain

details tba

Jun
24
Mon
2024
DIA DE SANT JOAN @ Sant Joan de Labritja
Jun 24 @ 10:00 am


 Mercadillo Artesanal Dominical Sant Joan de LabritjaDIA DE SANT JOAN @ Sant Joan de Labritja

Church square
10.00 – 16.00 hrs – Artisan market

12.00 hrs – Holy Mass
13.00 hrs – Procession & Ball Pages and orelletes and bunyols by the Ajuntament
14: 00 hrs – PARADE OF PUPPETS @ Plaza de España.
21: 00 hrs – MACARRONES DE SAN JUAN COMPETITION @ Plaza de España.
21: 30 hrs – CONCERT> Rels @ Plaza de España.
22: 30 hrs – CONCERT > San Bluesmafia and Es Saligardos @ Plaza de España.

Aug
8
Thu
2024
FIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks of Dalt Villa @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad
Aug 8 @ 10:30 am


DALT VILAFIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad

Full program to be announced.

18.30 hrs – Berenada Popular as Puig des Molins coinciding with the traditional snack of Sant Ciriac
20.00 hrs – Giant Paella
24.00 hrs – Great firework display from the wall of the Port Vell in Ibiza

During the first week of August, the town of Eivissa, dresses up, decorated with flags, parades and fireworks. For days people celebrate, honor and sing. Religion and traditions are mixed into several activities that form this great event. Eivissa celebrates the “Festes de la Terra“, the “fiestas of our land”, which revolve around the island of Ibiza and its history.

August 5 is the day of the patron saint of Eivissa, Santa María de la Neus, the virgin of the snows. Dalt Vila Cathedral is named after her.
It is about the celebration of the patron saint of the capital of the island, the great festival of Eivissa.
Three days later, San Ciriaco is honored and the Catalan conquest remembered, which was on this day in 1235.
Colorful parades fill the streets. There are shows, folklore and concerts in many places, competitions and exhibitions … and a lot to see.
The city also shows its respect for the significant background of the Fiestas. Many traditional religious acts take place. The day of the Catalan conquest is very important for the religious Ibizan since this is how Christianity and the Western world joined Ibiza and Formentera.
Before that the Moors reigned in the Pitiusas, and with them Islam.

August 8 symbolizes the beginning of a new era for Ibiza. It is one of the most popular holidays and begins in the morning with a ceremony in the cathedral in honor of San Ciriaco. Then a procession follows through the streets of all parish flags. It is a procession of historical importance, as the flag of San Lorenzo has been crossed for 200 years, being the oldest banner of the island.
The procession ends in the Plaza de España with a floral offering and a peasant dance next to the monument to Guillerm de Montgri.

In the evening the traditional “berenada or  picnic” takes place on the hill of Puig des Molins, which the Ibizan traditionally celebrate with cakes and other homemade food.

At the end of the day, huge fireworks light up the sky over Dalt Vila. The historical enclave shines for a few moments with an incomparable light.

Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, is an annual event that commemorates the Catalans regaining control of the island on the Moors.
Every year, local people and visitors come together to the Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, where fireworks, dancing, drinking, eating, music and joy can be enjoyed, as well as the famous watermelon fight.

The celebrations mark an event that took place on 8 August 1235.
In the 13th century, two Muslim brothers ruled over Ibiza.
The story goes that one of the brothers was stronger and more powerful than the other and his favorite wife stole from him.

To take revenge on his deceitful brother, the other showed an attacking army of Christians the secret entrance into the inner walls of Dalt Vila, after which a battle took place on 8 August 1235, in which the Moors were defeated and the Catalans regained control over the island.

Sant Ciriac
has been the patron saint of Ibiza since 1650.

Nowadays you can visit the place where the Christians entered Ibiza Town and follow the picturesque cobbled streets to the Chapel of Sant Ciriac,  in an alley of the same name, and built  in 1754.
The small chapel was built in honor of San Ciriaco or Sant Ciriac, patron saint of the Ibiza Town since 1650,  who fell in 1235 during the battle of Ibiza town. The chapel is a small room with a fence. 
The chapel houses a statue of Sant Ciriac and inside, under the altar, one sees san arch, the beginning of the possible tunnel that a legend identifies as the entrance of the Christian conquerors guided by the hated brother of the Muslim sheikh. The tunneled entrance to the Sant Ciriac chapel is designed to mimic the arrival of the Christian army.

Nowadays coins are thrown through the arch for good fate.

Sep
1
Sun
2024
Día de San Miquel de Balansat @ Sant Miguel
Sep 1 @ 9:00 am

festessantmiquel2019
Sant Joan de LabritjaDía de San Miquel de Balansat @ San Miguel

from 09.00 – 00.00 hrs

according to program

Nov
4
Mon
2024
DIA de SANT CARLES @ Sant Carles de Peralta
Nov 4 @ 11:00 am


Santa Eularia des RiuDIA de de SANT CARLES @ SANT CARLES DE PERALTA

Annual Saint Patron’s Day with Holy Mass, Market and lots of cultural & traditional festivities for the whole family

Nov
16
Sat
2024
DIA DE SANTA GERTRUDIS @ Santa Gertrudis
Nov 16 @ 8:00 am

Dia de Santa Gertrudis 2017 @ Santa Gertrudis | Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera | Illes Balears | Spain

Santa Eularia des RiuDIA DE SANTA GERTRUDIS @ Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera

12.00 hrs – Solemn Mass followed by procession and ball Pagès, in the church square
20.15 hrs – Delivery of trophies of the championships of Board games Festivities of Santa Gertrudis, in the
tent.
20:30 p.m. – Sunset concert, in the tent.
22:00 pm – Concert by Morning Drivers, with the presentation of their new album «Perspectiva», in the tent.

Traditional celebration of the Santa Gertrudis fiesta with all sorts of activities and events.

Jan
17
Fri
2025
DIA de SANT ANTONI @ San Antonio
Jan 17 @ 8:00 am


Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA de SANT ANTONI @ SANT ANTONI DE PORTMANY

from 10.00 hrs

Celebrations of the annual Sant Patron’ Day festival of San Antonio, with sports, music and all kinds of activities for all ages

Jan
21
Tue
2025
DIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ Santa Agnes
Jan 21 @ 12:00 pm


Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ SANTA INES

from 12.00 – 00.00 hrs 
Holy Mass & procession, ball pagès, bunyols and traditional walk up the mountain

details tba

Jun
24
Tue
2025
DIA DE SANT JOAN @ Sant Joan de Labritja
Jun 24 @ 10:00 am


 Mercadillo Artesanal Dominical Sant Joan de LabritjaDIA DE SANT JOAN @ Sant Joan de Labritja

Church square
10.00 – 16.00 hrs – Artisan market

12.00 hrs – Holy Mass
13.00 hrs – Procession & Ball Pages and orelletes and bunyols by the Ajuntament
14: 00 hrs – PARADE OF PUPPETS @ Plaza de España.
21: 00 hrs – MACARRONES DE SAN JUAN COMPETITION @ Plaza de España.
21: 30 hrs – CONCERT> Rels @ Plaza de España.
22: 30 hrs – CONCERT > San Bluesmafia and Es Saligardos @ Plaza de España.

Aug
8
Fri
2025
FIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks of Dalt Villa @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad
Aug 8 @ 10:30 am


DALT VILAFIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad

Full program to be announced.

18.30 hrs – Berenada Popular as Puig des Molins coinciding with the traditional snack of Sant Ciriac
20.00 hrs – Giant Paella
24.00 hrs – Great firework display from the wall of the Port Vell in Ibiza

During the first week of August, the town of Eivissa, dresses up, decorated with flags, parades and fireworks. For days people celebrate, honor and sing. Religion and traditions are mixed into several activities that form this great event. Eivissa celebrates the “Festes de la Terra“, the “fiestas of our land”, which revolve around the island of Ibiza and its history.

August 5 is the day of the patron saint of Eivissa, Santa María de la Neus, the virgin of the snows. Dalt Vila Cathedral is named after her.
It is about the celebration of the patron saint of the capital of the island, the great festival of Eivissa.
Three days later, San Ciriaco is honored and the Catalan conquest remembered, which was on this day in 1235.
Colorful parades fill the streets. There are shows, folklore and concerts in many places, competitions and exhibitions … and a lot to see.
The city also shows its respect for the significant background of the Fiestas. Many traditional religious acts take place. The day of the Catalan conquest is very important for the religious Ibizan since this is how Christianity and the Western world joined Ibiza and Formentera.
Before that the Moors reigned in the Pitiusas, and with them Islam.

August 8 symbolizes the beginning of a new era for Ibiza. It is one of the most popular holidays and begins in the morning with a ceremony in the cathedral in honor of San Ciriaco. Then a procession follows through the streets of all parish flags. It is a procession of historical importance, as the flag of San Lorenzo has been crossed for 200 years, being the oldest banner of the island.
The procession ends in the Plaza de España with a floral offering and a peasant dance next to the monument to Guillerm de Montgri.

In the evening the traditional “berenada or  picnic” takes place on the hill of Puig des Molins, which the Ibizan traditionally celebrate with cakes and other homemade food.

At the end of the day, huge fireworks light up the sky over Dalt Vila. The historical enclave shines for a few moments with an incomparable light.

Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, is an annual event that commemorates the Catalans regaining control of the island on the Moors.
Every year, local people and visitors come together to the Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, where fireworks, dancing, drinking, eating, music and joy can be enjoyed, as well as the famous watermelon fight.

The celebrations mark an event that took place on 8 August 1235.
In the 13th century, two Muslim brothers ruled over Ibiza.
The story goes that one of the brothers was stronger and more powerful than the other and his favorite wife stole from him.

To take revenge on his deceitful brother, the other showed an attacking army of Christians the secret entrance into the inner walls of Dalt Vila, after which a battle took place on 8 August 1235, in which the Moors were defeated and the Catalans regained control over the island.

Sant Ciriac
has been the patron saint of Ibiza since 1650.

Nowadays you can visit the place where the Christians entered Ibiza Town and follow the picturesque cobbled streets to the Chapel of Sant Ciriac,  in an alley of the same name, and built  in 1754.
The small chapel was built in honor of San Ciriaco or Sant Ciriac, patron saint of the Ibiza Town since 1650,  who fell in 1235 during the battle of Ibiza town. The chapel is a small room with a fence. 
The chapel houses a statue of Sant Ciriac and inside, under the altar, one sees san arch, the beginning of the possible tunnel that a legend identifies as the entrance of the Christian conquerors guided by the hated brother of the Muslim sheikh. The tunneled entrance to the Sant Ciriac chapel is designed to mimic the arrival of the Christian army.

Nowadays coins are thrown through the arch for good fate.

Sep
1
Mon
2025
Día de San Miquel de Balansat @ Sant Miguel
Sep 1 @ 9:00 am

festessantmiquel2019
Sant Joan de LabritjaDía de San Miquel de Balansat @ San Miguel

from 09.00 – 00.00 hrs

according to program

Nov
4
Tue
2025
DIA de SANT CARLES @ Sant Carles de Peralta
Nov 4 @ 11:00 am


Santa Eularia des RiuDIA de de SANT CARLES @ SANT CARLES DE PERALTA

Annual Saint Patron’s Day with Holy Mass, Market and lots of cultural & traditional festivities for the whole family

Nov
16
Sun
2025
DIA DE SANTA GERTRUDIS @ Santa Gertrudis
Nov 16 @ 8:00 am

Dia de Santa Gertrudis 2017 @ Santa Gertrudis | Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera | Illes Balears | Spain

Santa Eularia des RiuDIA DE SANTA GERTRUDIS @ Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera

12.00 hrs – Solemn Mass followed by procession and ball Pagès, in the church square
20.15 hrs – Delivery of trophies of the championships of Board games Festivities of Santa Gertrudis, in the
tent.
20:30 p.m. – Sunset concert, in the tent.
22:00 pm – Concert by Morning Drivers, with the presentation of their new album «Perspectiva», in the tent.

Traditional celebration of the Santa Gertrudis fiesta with all sorts of activities and events.

Jan
17
Sat
2026
DIA de SANT ANTONI @ San Antonio
Jan 17 @ 8:00 am


Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA de SANT ANTONI @ SANT ANTONI DE PORTMANY

from 10.00 hrs

Celebrations of the annual Sant Patron’ Day festival of San Antonio, with sports, music and all kinds of activities for all ages

Jan
21
Wed
2026
DIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ Santa Agnes
Jan 21 @ 12:00 pm


Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ SANTA INES

from 12.00 – 00.00 hrs 
Holy Mass & procession, ball pagès, bunyols and traditional walk up the mountain

details tba

Jun
24
Wed
2026
DIA DE SANT JOAN @ Sant Joan de Labritja
Jun 24 @ 10:00 am


 Mercadillo Artesanal Dominical Sant Joan de LabritjaDIA DE SANT JOAN @ Sant Joan de Labritja

Church square
10.00 – 16.00 hrs – Artisan market

12.00 hrs – Holy Mass
13.00 hrs – Procession & Ball Pages and orelletes and bunyols by the Ajuntament
14: 00 hrs – PARADE OF PUPPETS @ Plaza de España.
21: 00 hrs – MACARRONES DE SAN JUAN COMPETITION @ Plaza de España.
21: 30 hrs – CONCERT> Rels @ Plaza de España.
22: 30 hrs – CONCERT > San Bluesmafia and Es Saligardos @ Plaza de España.

Aug
8
Sat
2026
FIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks of Dalt Villa @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad
Aug 8 @ 10:30 am


DALT VILAFIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad

Full program to be announced.

18.30 hrs – Berenada Popular as Puig des Molins coinciding with the traditional snack of Sant Ciriac
20.00 hrs – Giant Paella
24.00 hrs – Great firework display from the wall of the Port Vell in Ibiza

During the first week of August, the town of Eivissa, dresses up, decorated with flags, parades and fireworks. For days people celebrate, honor and sing. Religion and traditions are mixed into several activities that form this great event. Eivissa celebrates the “Festes de la Terra“, the “fiestas of our land”, which revolve around the island of Ibiza and its history.

August 5 is the day of the patron saint of Eivissa, Santa María de la Neus, the virgin of the snows. Dalt Vila Cathedral is named after her.
It is about the celebration of the patron saint of the capital of the island, the great festival of Eivissa.
Three days later, San Ciriaco is honored and the Catalan conquest remembered, which was on this day in 1235.
Colorful parades fill the streets. There are shows, folklore and concerts in many places, competitions and exhibitions … and a lot to see.
The city also shows its respect for the significant background of the Fiestas. Many traditional religious acts take place. The day of the Catalan conquest is very important for the religious Ibizan since this is how Christianity and the Western world joined Ibiza and Formentera.
Before that the Moors reigned in the Pitiusas, and with them Islam.

August 8 symbolizes the beginning of a new era for Ibiza. It is one of the most popular holidays and begins in the morning with a ceremony in the cathedral in honor of San Ciriaco. Then a procession follows through the streets of all parish flags. It is a procession of historical importance, as the flag of San Lorenzo has been crossed for 200 years, being the oldest banner of the island.
The procession ends in the Plaza de España with a floral offering and a peasant dance next to the monument to Guillerm de Montgri.

In the evening the traditional “berenada or  picnic” takes place on the hill of Puig des Molins, which the Ibizan traditionally celebrate with cakes and other homemade food.

At the end of the day, huge fireworks light up the sky over Dalt Vila. The historical enclave shines for a few moments with an incomparable light.

Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, is an annual event that commemorates the Catalans regaining control of the island on the Moors.
Every year, local people and visitors come together to the Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, where fireworks, dancing, drinking, eating, music and joy can be enjoyed, as well as the famous watermelon fight.

The celebrations mark an event that took place on 8 August 1235.
In the 13th century, two Muslim brothers ruled over Ibiza.
The story goes that one of the brothers was stronger and more powerful than the other and his favorite wife stole from him.

To take revenge on his deceitful brother, the other showed an attacking army of Christians the secret entrance into the inner walls of Dalt Vila, after which a battle took place on 8 August 1235, in which the Moors were defeated and the Catalans regained control over the island.

Sant Ciriac
has been the patron saint of Ibiza since 1650.

Nowadays you can visit the place where the Christians entered Ibiza Town and follow the picturesque cobbled streets to the Chapel of Sant Ciriac,  in an alley of the same name, and built  in 1754.
The small chapel was built in honor of San Ciriaco or Sant Ciriac, patron saint of the Ibiza Town since 1650,  who fell in 1235 during the battle of Ibiza town. The chapel is a small room with a fence. 
The chapel houses a statue of Sant Ciriac and inside, under the altar, one sees san arch, the beginning of the possible tunnel that a legend identifies as the entrance of the Christian conquerors guided by the hated brother of the Muslim sheikh. The tunneled entrance to the Sant Ciriac chapel is designed to mimic the arrival of the Christian army.

Nowadays coins are thrown through the arch for good fate.

Sep
1
Tue
2026
Día de San Miquel de Balansat @ Sant Miguel
Sep 1 @ 9:00 am

festessantmiquel2019
Sant Joan de LabritjaDía de San Miquel de Balansat @ San Miguel

from 09.00 – 00.00 hrs

according to program

Nov
4
Wed
2026
DIA de SANT CARLES @ Sant Carles de Peralta
Nov 4 @ 11:00 am


Santa Eularia des RiuDIA de de SANT CARLES @ SANT CARLES DE PERALTA

Annual Saint Patron’s Day with Holy Mass, Market and lots of cultural & traditional festivities for the whole family

Nov
16
Mon
2026
DIA DE SANTA GERTRUDIS @ Santa Gertrudis
Nov 16 @ 8:00 am

Dia de Santa Gertrudis 2017 @ Santa Gertrudis | Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera | Illes Balears | Spain

Santa Eularia des RiuDIA DE SANTA GERTRUDIS @ Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera

12.00 hrs – Solemn Mass followed by procession and ball Pagès, in the church square
20.15 hrs – Delivery of trophies of the championships of Board games Festivities of Santa Gertrudis, in the
tent.
20:30 p.m. – Sunset concert, in the tent.
22:00 pm – Concert by Morning Drivers, with the presentation of their new album «Perspectiva», in the tent.

Traditional celebration of the Santa Gertrudis fiesta with all sorts of activities and events.

Jan
17
Sun
2027
DIA de SANT ANTONI @ San Antonio
Jan 17 @ 8:00 am


Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA de SANT ANTONI @ SANT ANTONI DE PORTMANY

from 10.00 hrs

Celebrations of the annual Sant Patron’ Day festival of San Antonio, with sports, music and all kinds of activities for all ages

Jan
21
Thu
2027
DIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ Santa Agnes
Jan 21 @ 12:00 pm


Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ SANTA INES

from 12.00 – 00.00 hrs 
Holy Mass & procession, ball pagès, bunyols and traditional walk up the mountain

details tba

Aug
8
Sun
2027
FIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks of Dalt Villa @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad
Aug 8 @ 10:30 am


DALT VILAFIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad

Full program to be announced.

18.30 hrs – Berenada Popular as Puig des Molins coinciding with the traditional snack of Sant Ciriac
20.00 hrs – Giant Paella
24.00 hrs – Great firework display from the wall of the Port Vell in Ibiza

During the first week of August, the town of Eivissa, dresses up, decorated with flags, parades and fireworks. For days people celebrate, honor and sing. Religion and traditions are mixed into several activities that form this great event. Eivissa celebrates the “Festes de la Terra“, the “fiestas of our land”, which revolve around the island of Ibiza and its history.

August 5 is the day of the patron saint of Eivissa, Santa María de la Neus, the virgin of the snows. Dalt Vila Cathedral is named after her.
It is about the celebration of the patron saint of the capital of the island, the great festival of Eivissa.
Three days later, San Ciriaco is honored and the Catalan conquest remembered, which was on this day in 1235.
Colorful parades fill the streets. There are shows, folklore and concerts in many places, competitions and exhibitions … and a lot to see.
The city also shows its respect for the significant background of the Fiestas. Many traditional religious acts take place. The day of the Catalan conquest is very important for the religious Ibizan since this is how Christianity and the Western world joined Ibiza and Formentera.
Before that the Moors reigned in the Pitiusas, and with them Islam.

August 8 symbolizes the beginning of a new era for Ibiza. It is one of the most popular holidays and begins in the morning with a ceremony in the cathedral in honor of San Ciriaco. Then a procession follows through the streets of all parish flags. It is a procession of historical importance, as the flag of San Lorenzo has been crossed for 200 years, being the oldest banner of the island.
The procession ends in the Plaza de España with a floral offering and a peasant dance next to the monument to Guillerm de Montgri.

In the evening the traditional “berenada or  picnic” takes place on the hill of Puig des Molins, which the Ibizan traditionally celebrate with cakes and other homemade food.

At the end of the day, huge fireworks light up the sky over Dalt Vila. The historical enclave shines for a few moments with an incomparable light.

Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, is an annual event that commemorates the Catalans regaining control of the island on the Moors.
Every year, local people and visitors come together to the Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, where fireworks, dancing, drinking, eating, music and joy can be enjoyed, as well as the famous watermelon fight.

The celebrations mark an event that took place on 8 August 1235.
In the 13th century, two Muslim brothers ruled over Ibiza.
The story goes that one of the brothers was stronger and more powerful than the other and his favorite wife stole from him.

To take revenge on his deceitful brother, the other showed an attacking army of Christians the secret entrance into the inner walls of Dalt Vila, after which a battle took place on 8 August 1235, in which the Moors were defeated and the Catalans regained control over the island.

Sant Ciriac
has been the patron saint of Ibiza since 1650.

Nowadays you can visit the place where the Christians entered Ibiza Town and follow the picturesque cobbled streets to the Chapel of Sant Ciriac,  in an alley of the same name, and built  in 1754.
The small chapel was built in honor of San Ciriaco or Sant Ciriac, patron saint of the Ibiza Town since 1650,  who fell in 1235 during the battle of Ibiza town. The chapel is a small room with a fence. 
The chapel houses a statue of Sant Ciriac and inside, under the altar, one sees san arch, the beginning of the possible tunnel that a legend identifies as the entrance of the Christian conquerors guided by the hated brother of the Muslim sheikh. The tunneled entrance to the Sant Ciriac chapel is designed to mimic the arrival of the Christian army.

Nowadays coins are thrown through the arch for good fate.

Sep
1
Wed
2027
Día de San Miquel de Balansat @ Sant Miguel
Sep 1 @ 9:00 am

festessantmiquel2019
Sant Joan de LabritjaDía de San Miquel de Balansat @ San Miguel

from 09.00 – 00.00 hrs

according to program

Nov
4
Thu
2027
DIA de SANT CARLES @ Sant Carles de Peralta
Nov 4 @ 11:00 am


Santa Eularia des RiuDIA de de SANT CARLES @ SANT CARLES DE PERALTA

Annual Saint Patron’s Day with Holy Mass, Market and lots of cultural & traditional festivities for the whole family

Jan
21
Fri
2028
DIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ Santa Agnes
Jan 21 @ 12:00 pm


Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ SANTA INES

from 12.00 – 00.00 hrs 
Holy Mass & procession, ball pagès, bunyols and traditional walk up the mountain

details tba

Aug
8
Tue
2028
FIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks of Dalt Villa @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad
Aug 8 @ 10:30 am


DALT VILAFIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad

Full program to be announced.

18.30 hrs – Berenada Popular as Puig des Molins coinciding with the traditional snack of Sant Ciriac
20.00 hrs – Giant Paella
24.00 hrs – Great firework display from the wall of the Port Vell in Ibiza

During the first week of August, the town of Eivissa, dresses up, decorated with flags, parades and fireworks. For days people celebrate, honor and sing. Religion and traditions are mixed into several activities that form this great event. Eivissa celebrates the “Festes de la Terra“, the “fiestas of our land”, which revolve around the island of Ibiza and its history.

August 5 is the day of the patron saint of Eivissa, Santa María de la Neus, the virgin of the snows. Dalt Vila Cathedral is named after her.
It is about the celebration of the patron saint of the capital of the island, the great festival of Eivissa.
Three days later, San Ciriaco is honored and the Catalan conquest remembered, which was on this day in 1235.
Colorful parades fill the streets. There are shows, folklore and concerts in many places, competitions and exhibitions … and a lot to see.
The city also shows its respect for the significant background of the Fiestas. Many traditional religious acts take place. The day of the Catalan conquest is very important for the religious Ibizan since this is how Christianity and the Western world joined Ibiza and Formentera.
Before that the Moors reigned in the Pitiusas, and with them Islam.

August 8 symbolizes the beginning of a new era for Ibiza. It is one of the most popular holidays and begins in the morning with a ceremony in the cathedral in honor of San Ciriaco. Then a procession follows through the streets of all parish flags. It is a procession of historical importance, as the flag of San Lorenzo has been crossed for 200 years, being the oldest banner of the island.
The procession ends in the Plaza de España with a floral offering and a peasant dance next to the monument to Guillerm de Montgri.

In the evening the traditional “berenada or  picnic” takes place on the hill of Puig des Molins, which the Ibizan traditionally celebrate with cakes and other homemade food.

At the end of the day, huge fireworks light up the sky over Dalt Vila. The historical enclave shines for a few moments with an incomparable light.

Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, is an annual event that commemorates the Catalans regaining control of the island on the Moors.
Every year, local people and visitors come together to the Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, where fireworks, dancing, drinking, eating, music and joy can be enjoyed, as well as the famous watermelon fight.

The celebrations mark an event that took place on 8 August 1235.
In the 13th century, two Muslim brothers ruled over Ibiza.
The story goes that one of the brothers was stronger and more powerful than the other and his favorite wife stole from him.

To take revenge on his deceitful brother, the other showed an attacking army of Christians the secret entrance into the inner walls of Dalt Vila, after which a battle took place on 8 August 1235, in which the Moors were defeated and the Catalans regained control over the island.

Sant Ciriac
has been the patron saint of Ibiza since 1650.

Nowadays you can visit the place where the Christians entered Ibiza Town and follow the picturesque cobbled streets to the Chapel of Sant Ciriac,  in an alley of the same name, and built  in 1754.
The small chapel was built in honor of San Ciriaco or Sant Ciriac, patron saint of the Ibiza Town since 1650,  who fell in 1235 during the battle of Ibiza town. The chapel is a small room with a fence. 
The chapel houses a statue of Sant Ciriac and inside, under the altar, one sees san arch, the beginning of the possible tunnel that a legend identifies as the entrance of the Christian conquerors guided by the hated brother of the Muslim sheikh. The tunneled entrance to the Sant Ciriac chapel is designed to mimic the arrival of the Christian army.

Nowadays coins are thrown through the arch for good fate.

Sep
1
Fri
2028
Día de San Miquel de Balansat @ Sant Miguel
Sep 1 @ 9:00 am

festessantmiquel2019
Sant Joan de LabritjaDía de San Miquel de Balansat @ San Miguel

from 09.00 – 00.00 hrs

according to program

Nov
4
Sat
2028
DIA de SANT CARLES @ Sant Carles de Peralta
Nov 4 @ 11:00 am


Santa Eularia des RiuDIA de de SANT CARLES @ SANT CARLES DE PERALTA

Annual Saint Patron’s Day with Holy Mass, Market and lots of cultural & traditional festivities for the whole family

Jan
21
Sun
2029
DIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ Santa Agnes
Jan 21 @ 12:00 pm


Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ SANTA INES

from 12.00 – 00.00 hrs 
Holy Mass & procession, ball pagès, bunyols and traditional walk up the mountain

details tba

Aug
8
Wed
2029
FIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks of Dalt Villa @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad
Aug 8 @ 10:30 am


DALT VILAFIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad

Full program to be announced.

18.30 hrs – Berenada Popular as Puig des Molins coinciding with the traditional snack of Sant Ciriac
20.00 hrs – Giant Paella
24.00 hrs – Great firework display from the wall of the Port Vell in Ibiza

During the first week of August, the town of Eivissa, dresses up, decorated with flags, parades and fireworks. For days people celebrate, honor and sing. Religion and traditions are mixed into several activities that form this great event. Eivissa celebrates the “Festes de la Terra“, the “fiestas of our land”, which revolve around the island of Ibiza and its history.

August 5 is the day of the patron saint of Eivissa, Santa María de la Neus, the virgin of the snows. Dalt Vila Cathedral is named after her.
It is about the celebration of the patron saint of the capital of the island, the great festival of Eivissa.
Three days later, San Ciriaco is honored and the Catalan conquest remembered, which was on this day in 1235.
Colorful parades fill the streets. There are shows, folklore and concerts in many places, competitions and exhibitions … and a lot to see.
The city also shows its respect for the significant background of the Fiestas. Many traditional religious acts take place. The day of the Catalan conquest is very important for the religious Ibizan since this is how Christianity and the Western world joined Ibiza and Formentera.
Before that the Moors reigned in the Pitiusas, and with them Islam.

August 8 symbolizes the beginning of a new era for Ibiza. It is one of the most popular holidays and begins in the morning with a ceremony in the cathedral in honor of San Ciriaco. Then a procession follows through the streets of all parish flags. It is a procession of historical importance, as the flag of San Lorenzo has been crossed for 200 years, being the oldest banner of the island.
The procession ends in the Plaza de España with a floral offering and a peasant dance next to the monument to Guillerm de Montgri.

In the evening the traditional “berenada or  picnic” takes place on the hill of Puig des Molins, which the Ibizan traditionally celebrate with cakes and other homemade food.

At the end of the day, huge fireworks light up the sky over Dalt Vila. The historical enclave shines for a few moments with an incomparable light.

Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, is an annual event that commemorates the Catalans regaining control of the island on the Moors.
Every year, local people and visitors come together to the Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, where fireworks, dancing, drinking, eating, music and joy can be enjoyed, as well as the famous watermelon fight.

The celebrations mark an event that took place on 8 August 1235.
In the 13th century, two Muslim brothers ruled over Ibiza.
The story goes that one of the brothers was stronger and more powerful than the other and his favorite wife stole from him.

To take revenge on his deceitful brother, the other showed an attacking army of Christians the secret entrance into the inner walls of Dalt Vila, after which a battle took place on 8 August 1235, in which the Moors were defeated and the Catalans regained control over the island.

Sant Ciriac
has been the patron saint of Ibiza since 1650.

Nowadays you can visit the place where the Christians entered Ibiza Town and follow the picturesque cobbled streets to the Chapel of Sant Ciriac,  in an alley of the same name, and built  in 1754.
The small chapel was built in honor of San Ciriaco or Sant Ciriac, patron saint of the Ibiza Town since 1650,  who fell in 1235 during the battle of Ibiza town. The chapel is a small room with a fence. 
The chapel houses a statue of Sant Ciriac and inside, under the altar, one sees san arch, the beginning of the possible tunnel that a legend identifies as the entrance of the Christian conquerors guided by the hated brother of the Muslim sheikh. The tunneled entrance to the Sant Ciriac chapel is designed to mimic the arrival of the Christian army.

Nowadays coins are thrown through the arch for good fate.

Sep
1
Sat
2029
Día de San Miquel de Balansat @ Sant Miguel
Sep 1 @ 9:00 am

festessantmiquel2019
Sant Joan de LabritjaDía de San Miquel de Balansat @ San Miguel

from 09.00 – 00.00 hrs

according to program