Sep
21
Tue
2021
FESTES de SANT MATEU @ Sant Mateu d'Albarca
Sep 21 @ 9:00 am


Sant Antoni de PortmanyFESTES de SANT MATEU @ SANT MATEU D’ALBARCA

from 09.00 hrs

Events according to schedule

Events in commemoration of Matthew the Apostle include a popular procession leaving from the church and embarking on a short tour of the town.
Traditional country dancing displays are followed by other fun activities for travellers, such as tasting orelletes (donut-like local treats) and local wine produced in the region, famed for its vineyards.
In the evening, concerts are often held and Pla de Sant Mateu’s natural setting, sweeping, fertile farmlands, provides the backdrop for athletes to compete in the different races organised during the festival.
Nordic walking, fun runs and other sports events attract large numbers of competitors.
The festivities programme is completed with more activities such as theatre performances and excursions, popular championships and tastings.

Sep
22
Wed
2021
COSMIC PINEAPPLE 2021 > CREATE YOUR OWN REALITY @ Ibiza Rocks House at Pikes Hotel
Sep 22 @ 4:00 pm


COSMIC PINEAPPLE 2021 > CREATE YOUR OWN REALITY @ PIKES HOTEL

from 16.00 – 04.00 hrs 

lineup: tba

Around the pool, you can expect to hear music from Cosmic Pineapple resident Cici, William Djoko who makes his Cosmic debut, Lex Wolf and Ceri who makes her poolside debut.
 
In the Cosmic Activation Dome, experience a unique soul song experience, chakra alignment meditation, a full moon tantra cacao ceremony and a drumming circle to close the evening. Elsewhere you can find Baybjane floating around being cosmicly cosmic, tarot, massage and energy work in the healing garden, a ‘catching dreams’ dream catcher workshop, an island herb smudge bundle making workshop, a children’s mindfulness area… Plus creative market stalls from across Ibiza.

For the Cosmic Pineapple opening event we are bringing together a community of people to share wisdom, creativity, healing and a little bit of magic to open up the summer season in Ibiza.

Like the spider weaves her web, we weave a dream of reality.
 
Cosmic Pineapple is a place of connection – to the self, the other and planet earth. The intention of Cosmic Pineapple since the start in 2015, has been to plant cosmic seeds of awareness, that people can experience and take away with them.
 
This season will open your mind and heart a little more, with connections of inspiration. Story tellers, teachers, music makers from Ibiza and beyond are here to share their magic and wisdom – a cosmic mix of creatives with big hearts who want to do good. Cosmic creatress and Cosmic Pineapple resident since the start @cicicava will play dates across the summer and the magic of @baybjane will be floating around being cosmically cosmic.
 
In this time of great change on planet earth, where we are questioning more than we ever have, and recognising there is much more than meets the eyes. Everything is coming to the surface to be seen, felt and, from this, we have the power and choice of how we want to take responsibility to evolve and perceive the world and our place in it.
 
Together we weave a new dream.
 
More announcements coming over the next week! We can’t wait to share the magic! 
NAMASTE > HIPPY PARTY IBIZA 2021 @ Las Dalias
Sep 22 @ 7:00 pm


LAS DALIAS IBIZANAMASTE > HIPPY PARTY IBIZA 2021 @ LAS DALIAS

from 19.00 – 03.00 hrs

lineup: Alok, Jon Michell, Merel, Krystian & Eva Pacífico

There is no summer without Namaste in Las Dalias. And it’s been 24 years making us dream of its magic!
Namaste returns to Las Dalias to celebrate its 24th anniversary with all of us.

Never has a party managed to conquer our hearts for so long!
From 7pm. The garden restaurant is complete, but you can come and enjoy all the other spaces.

Our desire is to offer you the best of Namaste, adapted to current measurements.
That is why we want to ask for your collaboration. Let’s keep Namaste alive!
€ 10 residents & friends – € 15 non-residents.
 
You can now make your reservation for dinner in the garden restaurant.
We recommend you book your table +34 661 234 672

– Help us take care of ourselves respecting safety rules
– Mandatory use of a mask
– Limited capacity 

* Ibiza’s one and only true Hippy Party & Dance since 22 years, with RESTAURANT A LA CARTE, LIVE SHOWS & CONCERTS, DANCE TEMPLE, CHILL OUT GARDEN, PACHAMAMA SACRED AREA, STREET FOOD AREA, SALON BAZART

  • FREE ENTRY from 7 – 9 pm
Sep
29
Wed
2021
NAMASTE > HIPPY PARTY IBIZA 2021 @ Las Dalias
Sep 29 @ 7:00 pm


LAS DALIAS IBIZANAMASTE > HIPPY PARTY IBIZA 2021 @ LAS DALIAS

from 19.00 – 03.00 hrs

lineup: Alok, Jon Michell, Merel, Krystian & Eva Pacífico

There is no summer without Namaste in Las Dalias. And it’s been 24 years making us dream of its magic!
Namaste returns to Las Dalias to celebrate its 24th anniversary with all of us.

Never has a party managed to conquer our hearts for so long!
From 7pm. The garden restaurant is complete, but you can come and enjoy all the other spaces.

Our desire is to offer you the best of Namaste, adapted to current measurements.
That is why we want to ask for your collaboration. Let’s keep Namaste alive!
€ 10 residents & friends – € 15 non-residents.
 
You can now make your reservation for dinner in the garden restaurant.
We recommend you book your table +34 661 234 672

– Help us take care of ourselves respecting safety rules
– Mandatory use of a mask
– Limited capacity 

* Ibiza’s one and only true Hippy Party & Dance since 22 years, with RESTAURANT A LA CARTE, LIVE SHOWS & CONCERTS, DANCE TEMPLE, CHILL OUT GARDEN, PACHAMAMA SACRED AREA, STREET FOOD AREA, SALON BAZART

  • FREE ENTRY from 7 – 9 pm
Oct
7
Thu
2021
COSMIC PINEAPPLE 2021 > CREATE YOUR OWN REALITY @ Ibiza Rocks House at Pikes Hotel
Oct 7 @ 4:00 pm


COSMIC PINEAPPLE 2021 > CREATE YOUR OWN REALITY @ PIKES HOTEL

from 16.00 – 04.00 hrs 

lineup: tba

Around the pool, you can expect to hear music from Cosmic Pineapple resident Cici, William Djoko who makes his Cosmic debut, Lex Wolf and Ceri who makes her poolside debut.
 
In the Cosmic Activation Dome, experience a unique soul song experience, chakra alignment meditation, a full moon tantra cacao ceremony and a drumming circle to close the evening. Elsewhere you can find Baybjane floating around being cosmicly cosmic, tarot, massage and energy work in the healing garden, a ‘catching dreams’ dream catcher workshop, an island herb smudge bundle making workshop, a children’s mindfulness area… Plus creative market stalls from across Ibiza.

For the Cosmic Pineapple opening event we are bringing together a community of people to share wisdom, creativity, healing and a little bit of magic to open up the summer season in Ibiza.

Like the spider weaves her web, we weave a dream of reality.
 
Cosmic Pineapple is a place of connection – to the self, the other and planet earth. The intention of Cosmic Pineapple since the start in 2015, has been to plant cosmic seeds of awareness, that people can experience and take away with them.
 
This season will open your mind and heart a little more, with connections of inspiration. Story tellers, teachers, music makers from Ibiza and beyond are here to share their magic and wisdom – a cosmic mix of creatives with big hearts who want to do good. Cosmic creatress and Cosmic Pineapple resident since the start @cicicava will play dates across the summer and the magic of @baybjane will be floating around being cosmically cosmic.
 
In this time of great change on planet earth, where we are questioning more than we ever have, and recognising there is much more than meets the eyes. Everything is coming to the surface to be seen, felt and, from this, we have the power and choice of how we want to take responsibility to evolve and perceive the world and our place in it.
 
Together we weave a new dream.
 
More announcements coming over the next week! We can’t wait to share the magic! 
Oct
14
Thu
2021
Ibiza Soul & Reggae 2021 @ San Antonio
Oct 14 – Oct 19 all-day


Ibiza IslandIbiza Soul & Reggae 2021 @ Ibiza

from 14th – 19th October 2021

The Ibiza Soul & Reggae event will be about promoting  those up & coming artists that sit under the radar, balanced with our tried and tested headliners of years gone by.
Our events encourage a diverse music policy centred around the roots of Soul & Reggae plus the genres that have splintered off as a result and created musical movements….. past & present.
 
Expect to hear Soul, Reggae, Rare Groove, Lovers Rock,  Soulful House, Hip Hop, Jazz, Funk, Disco, New Jack Swing, Afro Beats, Boogie, Dancehall , Neo Soul, RnB + More!!


Ibiza Soul & Reggae
WILL be back, bigger and better for 2021.

Again it will be held at the super cool Beach Star Hotel.
A hotel that has so much to offer and without doubt one of the stand out places in San An.
We seriously can not wait to show our Soul & Reggae crew just how special this place is.
We will be back  different headliners, but with the same awesome team of DJs.

Oct
24
Sun
2021
DIA DE SANT RAFEL @ Sant Rafel de Forca
Oct 24 all-day

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Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA DE SANT RAFEL @ SANT RAFEL DE FORCA

from 09.00 hrs Solemn Mass

Sant Rafel is situated 8 km from the town of Sant Antoni in the direction of Ibiza.
It is a small town with a beautiful 18th century church, from where you can see the city of Ibiza and its port.

This town is the only place on the island declared an area of artisan interest, due to the remarkable ceramist activity from various workshops and the production of pieces of great artistic value. Some are of Punic and traditional inspiration, while others reflect the most current trends in art.

The town of San Rafel celebrates its patron saint, Sant Rafel, with the Festes Patronals de Sant Rafel, through a month of live activities for all ages, including music, crafts markets, parties, sports competitions and lots of food and drink.
Dia de (the day of) Sant Rafel is, October 24th, will start with a solemn mass at the town’s church followed by traditional dancing, a popular free meal with bunyols and wine and a concert in the evening. Later in the week the famous Folk Festival will take place, which showcases local customs, music and clothing.

Nov
4
Thu
2021
DIA de SANT CARLES @ Sant Carles de Peralta
Nov 4 all-day

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

from 09.00 hrs

Every 4th November, the village of Sant Carles de Peralta celebrates its annual Saint Patron’s Day with festivities held every year in honor of St Charles, the patron saint of the village of Sant Carles de Peralta with Holy Mass, Market and lots of cultural & traditional festivities for the whole family.
On that day, as custom dictates, the image of the saint is taken out in solemn procession, the traditional folkdance (ball pagès) is performed in his honor and a sampling of local gastronomy is offered round. At night, an open-air concert, pyrotechnics take centre stage with a correfoc, in which a troupe of devils, demons and assorted imps rush the streets wielding flares and other flaming equipment.
But the village festival is not limited to the big day only. The celebrations span the whole month, during which time numerous open air concerts are organized as well as gastronomic events, exhibitions, contests and sports competitions.

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

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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
20.30 hrs – Delivery of trophies of the championships of Board games Festivities of Santa Gertrudis, in the tent.
21:00 p.m. – Music Truck with Billy Flamingo.
23:00 pm – Concert by Joven Dolores, 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

 Patron saint of Sant Antoni
On the 17th of January, the Sant Patron’ Day of Sant Antoni, Ibiza pays homage to the most celebrated saint of the Balearic Islands. The church square, the Paseo de ses Fonts and the Paseo de la Mar streets are buzzing with activities of the celebration, in which a procession, a display of the ball pagès dance and the traditional blessing of animals are held. The celebrations are held over several weeks and include the oldest folklore festival of the island.


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

9 km from the village of Sant Antoni heading north. On the way to Santa Agnès we find a landscape worth taking into account, the islets of sa Conillera, Es Bosc island, s’Espartar, etc. contrasting with the Pla de Corona filled with almond trees and the small town of Santa Agnès with its 18th-century church in the background.
During the full moon nights in January and February, this village becomes a magical place for many residents of the island, who go to Corona’s almond orchards covered with hundreds of blossoming almond trees to contemplate.
Walking around the village and visiting the Corrals d’en Guillem crags are a must.


Mar
19
Sat
2022
DIA DE SANT JOSEP DE SA TALAIA @ Sant Josep de sa Talaia
Mar 19 @ 12:00 pm


Sant Josep de Sa TalaiaDIA DE SANT JOSEP @ Sant Josep de Sa Talaia

12.00 – 23.55 hrs

12.00 hrs Solemn mass 
details tba

* Traditional festivities and celebrations of the Festes patronals de Sant Josep,

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.

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.

Aug
24
Wed
2022
FESTES DE SANT BARTOMEU @ Sant Antoni de Portmany
Aug 24 @ 9:00 am


Sant Antoni de Portmany

FESTES DE SANT BARTOMEU @ SAN ANTONI DE PORTMANY

activities & celebrations according to schedule

The second religious festival held every year in town, taking place on 24 August.
In the heart of summer, Sant Bartomeu becomes the perfect excuse to hold all kinds of events.
The fireworks castle is famous, lighting up the whole bay and rounding off the big day.
The festivities also include gastronomic festivals, such as S’Ou, featuring eggs as the main ingredient. Participants make their dishes and visitors enjoy them on the S’Arenal beach in a party atmosphere, with music and entertainment for children.
The Carthaginians and Romans Festival is an enjoyable historical recreation of the famous rivalry between both groups and includes a landing and a friendly battle using ripe tomatoes.
Concerts, sports competitions, traditional markets and other events pack the schedule for lucky visitors.

Sep
1
Thu
2022
Día de San Miquel de Balansat @ Sant Miguel
Sep 1 @ 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

Sep
21
Wed
2022
FESTES de SANT MATEU @ Sant Mateu d'Albarca
Sep 21 @ 9:00 am


Sant Antoni de PortmanyFESTES de SANT MATEU @ SANT MATEU D’ALBARCA

from 09.00 hrs

Events according to schedule

Events in commemoration of Matthew the Apostle include a popular procession leaving from the church and embarking on a short tour of the town.
Traditional country dancing displays are followed by other fun activities for travellers, such as tasting orelletes (donut-like local treats) and local wine produced in the region, famed for its vineyards.
In the evening, concerts are often held and Pla de Sant Mateu’s natural setting, sweeping, fertile farmlands, provides the backdrop for athletes to compete in the different races organised during the festival.
Nordic walking, fun runs and other sports events attract large numbers of competitors.
The festivities programme is completed with more activities such as theatre performances and excursions, popular championships and tastings.

Oct
24
Mon
2022
DIA DE SANT RAFEL @ Sant Rafel de Forca
Oct 24 all-day

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Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA DE SANT RAFEL @ SANT RAFEL DE FORCA

from 09.00 hrs Solemn Mass

Sant Rafel is situated 8 km from the town of Sant Antoni in the direction of Ibiza.
It is a small town with a beautiful 18th century church, from where you can see the city of Ibiza and its port.

This town is the only place on the island declared an area of artisan interest, due to the remarkable ceramist activity from various workshops and the production of pieces of great artistic value. Some are of Punic and traditional inspiration, while others reflect the most current trends in art.

The town of San Rafel celebrates its patron saint, Sant Rafel, with the Festes Patronals de Sant Rafel, through a month of live activities for all ages, including music, crafts markets, parties, sports competitions and lots of food and drink.
Dia de (the day of) Sant Rafel is, October 24th, will start with a solemn mass at the town’s church followed by traditional dancing, a popular free meal with bunyols and wine and a concert in the evening. Later in the week the famous Folk Festival will take place, which showcases local customs, music and clothing.

Nov
4
Fri
2022
DIA de SANT CARLES @ Sant Carles de Peralta
Nov 4 all-day

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

from 09.00 hrs

Every 4th November, the village of Sant Carles de Peralta celebrates its annual Saint Patron’s Day with festivities held every year in honor of St Charles, the patron saint of the village of Sant Carles de Peralta with Holy Mass, Market and lots of cultural & traditional festivities for the whole family.
On that day, as custom dictates, the image of the saint is taken out in solemn procession, the traditional folkdance (ball pagès) is performed in his honor and a sampling of local gastronomy is offered round. At night, an open-air concert, pyrotechnics take centre stage with a correfoc, in which a troupe of devils, demons and assorted imps rush the streets wielding flares and other flaming equipment.
But the village festival is not limited to the big day only. The celebrations span the whole month, during which time numerous open air concerts are organized as well as gastronomic events, exhibitions, contests and sports competitions.

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

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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
20.30 hrs – Delivery of trophies of the championships of Board games Festivities of Santa Gertrudis, in the tent.
21:00 p.m. – Music Truck with Billy Flamingo.
23:00 pm – Concert by Joven Dolores, 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

 Patron saint of Sant Antoni
On the 17th of January, the Sant Patron’ Day of Sant Antoni, Ibiza pays homage to the most celebrated saint of the Balearic Islands. The church square, the Paseo de ses Fonts and the Paseo de la Mar streets are buzzing with activities of the celebration, in which a procession, a display of the ball pagès dance and the traditional blessing of animals are held. The celebrations are held over several weeks and include the oldest folklore festival of the island.


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

9 km from the village of Sant Antoni heading north. On the way to Santa Agnès we find a landscape worth taking into account, the islets of sa Conillera, Es Bosc island, s’Espartar, etc. contrasting with the Pla de Corona filled with almond trees and the small town of Santa Agnès with its 18th-century church in the background.
During the full moon nights in January and February, this village becomes a magical place for many residents of the island, who go to Corona’s almond orchards covered with hundreds of blossoming almond trees to contemplate.
Walking around the village and visiting the Corrals d’en Guillem crags are a must.


Mar
19
Sun
2023
DIA DE SANT JOSEP DE SA TALAIA @ Sant Josep de sa Talaia
Mar 19 @ 12:00 pm


Sant Josep de Sa TalaiaDIA DE SANT JOSEP @ Sant Josep de Sa Talaia

12.00 – 23.55 hrs

12.00 hrs Solemn mass 
details tba

* Traditional festivities and celebrations of the Festes patronals de Sant Josep,

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.

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.

Aug
24
Thu
2023
FESTES DE SANT BARTOMEU @ Sant Antoni de Portmany
Aug 24 @ 9:00 am


Sant Antoni de Portmany

FESTES DE SANT BARTOMEU @ SAN ANTONI DE PORTMANY

activities & celebrations according to schedule

The second religious festival held every year in town, taking place on 24 August.
In the heart of summer, Sant Bartomeu becomes the perfect excuse to hold all kinds of events.
The fireworks castle is famous, lighting up the whole bay and rounding off the big day.
The festivities also include gastronomic festivals, such as S’Ou, featuring eggs as the main ingredient. Participants make their dishes and visitors enjoy them on the S’Arenal beach in a party atmosphere, with music and entertainment for children.
The Carthaginians and Romans Festival is an enjoyable historical recreation of the famous rivalry between both groups and includes a landing and a friendly battle using ripe tomatoes.
Concerts, sports competitions, traditional markets and other events pack the schedule for lucky visitors.

Sep
1
Fri
2023
Día de San Miquel de Balansat @ Sant Miguel
Sep 1 @ 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

Sep
21
Thu
2023
FESTES de SANT MATEU @ Sant Mateu d'Albarca
Sep 21 @ 9:00 am


Sant Antoni de PortmanyFESTES de SANT MATEU @ SANT MATEU D’ALBARCA

from 09.00 hrs

Events according to schedule

Events in commemoration of Matthew the Apostle include a popular procession leaving from the church and embarking on a short tour of the town.
Traditional country dancing displays are followed by other fun activities for travellers, such as tasting orelletes (donut-like local treats) and local wine produced in the region, famed for its vineyards.
In the evening, concerts are often held and Pla de Sant Mateu’s natural setting, sweeping, fertile farmlands, provides the backdrop for athletes to compete in the different races organised during the festival.
Nordic walking, fun runs and other sports events attract large numbers of competitors.
The festivities programme is completed with more activities such as theatre performances and excursions, popular championships and tastings.

Oct
24
Tue
2023
DIA DE SANT RAFEL @ Sant Rafel de Forca
Oct 24 all-day

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Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA DE SANT RAFEL @ SANT RAFEL DE FORCA

from 09.00 hrs Solemn Mass

Sant Rafel is situated 8 km from the town of Sant Antoni in the direction of Ibiza.
It is a small town with a beautiful 18th century church, from where you can see the city of Ibiza and its port.

This town is the only place on the island declared an area of artisan interest, due to the remarkable ceramist activity from various workshops and the production of pieces of great artistic value. Some are of Punic and traditional inspiration, while others reflect the most current trends in art.

The town of San Rafel celebrates its patron saint, Sant Rafel, with the Festes Patronals de Sant Rafel, through a month of live activities for all ages, including music, crafts markets, parties, sports competitions and lots of food and drink.
Dia de (the day of) Sant Rafel is, October 24th, will start with a solemn mass at the town’s church followed by traditional dancing, a popular free meal with bunyols and wine and a concert in the evening. Later in the week the famous Folk Festival will take place, which showcases local customs, music and clothing.

Nov
4
Sat
2023
DIA de SANT CARLES @ Sant Carles de Peralta
Nov 4 all-day

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

from 09.00 hrs

Every 4th November, the village of Sant Carles de Peralta celebrates its annual Saint Patron’s Day with festivities held every year in honor of St Charles, the patron saint of the village of Sant Carles de Peralta with Holy Mass, Market and lots of cultural & traditional festivities for the whole family.
On that day, as custom dictates, the image of the saint is taken out in solemn procession, the traditional folkdance (ball pagès) is performed in his honor and a sampling of local gastronomy is offered round. At night, an open-air concert, pyrotechnics take centre stage with a correfoc, in which a troupe of devils, demons and assorted imps rush the streets wielding flares and other flaming equipment.
But the village festival is not limited to the big day only. The celebrations span the whole month, during which time numerous open air concerts are organized as well as gastronomic events, exhibitions, contests and sports competitions.

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

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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
20.30 hrs – Delivery of trophies of the championships of Board games Festivities of Santa Gertrudis, in the tent.
21:00 p.m. – Music Truck with Billy Flamingo.
23:00 pm – Concert by Joven Dolores, 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

 Patron saint of Sant Antoni
On the 17th of January, the Sant Patron’ Day of Sant Antoni, Ibiza pays homage to the most celebrated saint of the Balearic Islands. The church square, the Paseo de ses Fonts and the Paseo de la Mar streets are buzzing with activities of the celebration, in which a procession, a display of the ball pagès dance and the traditional blessing of animals are held. The celebrations are held over several weeks and include the oldest folklore festival of the island.


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

9 km from the village of Sant Antoni heading north. On the way to Santa Agnès we find a landscape worth taking into account, the islets of sa Conillera, Es Bosc island, s’Espartar, etc. contrasting with the Pla de Corona filled with almond trees and the small town of Santa Agnès with its 18th-century church in the background.
During the full moon nights in January and February, this village becomes a magical place for many residents of the island, who go to Corona’s almond orchards covered with hundreds of blossoming almond trees to contemplate.
Walking around the village and visiting the Corrals d’en Guillem crags are a must.


Mar
19
Tue
2024
DIA DE SANT JOSEP DE SA TALAIA @ Sant Josep de sa Talaia
Mar 19 @ 12:00 pm


Sant Josep de Sa TalaiaDIA DE SANT JOSEP @ Sant Josep de Sa Talaia

12.00 – 23.55 hrs

12.00 hrs Solemn mass 
details tba

* Traditional festivities and celebrations of the Festes patronals de Sant Josep,

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.

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.

Aug
24
Sat
2024
FESTES DE SANT BARTOMEU @ Sant Antoni de Portmany
Aug 24 @ 9:00 am


Sant Antoni de Portmany

FESTES DE SANT BARTOMEU @ SAN ANTONI DE PORTMANY

activities & celebrations according to schedule

The second religious festival held every year in town, taking place on 24 August.
In the heart of summer, Sant Bartomeu becomes the perfect excuse to hold all kinds of events.
The fireworks castle is famous, lighting up the whole bay and rounding off the big day.
The festivities also include gastronomic festivals, such as S’Ou, featuring eggs as the main ingredient. Participants make their dishes and visitors enjoy them on the S’Arenal beach in a party atmosphere, with music and entertainment for children.
The Carthaginians and Romans Festival is an enjoyable historical recreation of the famous rivalry between both groups and includes a landing and a friendly battle using ripe tomatoes.
Concerts, sports competitions, traditional markets and other events pack the schedule for lucky visitors.

Sep
1
Sun
2024
Día de San Miquel de Balansat @ Sant Miguel
Sep 1 @ 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

Sep
21
Sat
2024
FESTES de SANT MATEU @ Sant Mateu d'Albarca
Sep 21 @ 9:00 am


Sant Antoni de PortmanyFESTES de SANT MATEU @ SANT MATEU D’ALBARCA

from 09.00 hrs

Events according to schedule

Events in commemoration of Matthew the Apostle include a popular procession leaving from the church and embarking on a short tour of the town.
Traditional country dancing displays are followed by other fun activities for travellers, such as tasting orelletes (donut-like local treats) and local wine produced in the region, famed for its vineyards.
In the evening, concerts are often held and Pla de Sant Mateu’s natural setting, sweeping, fertile farmlands, provides the backdrop for athletes to compete in the different races organised during the festival.
Nordic walking, fun runs and other sports events attract large numbers of competitors.
The festivities programme is completed with more activities such as theatre performances and excursions, popular championships and tastings.

Oct
24
Thu
2024
DIA DE SANT RAFEL @ Sant Rafel de Forca
Oct 24 all-day

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Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA DE SANT RAFEL @ SANT RAFEL DE FORCA

from 09.00 hrs Solemn Mass

Sant Rafel is situated 8 km from the town of Sant Antoni in the direction of Ibiza.
It is a small town with a beautiful 18th century church, from where you can see the city of Ibiza and its port.

This town is the only place on the island declared an area of artisan interest, due to the remarkable ceramist activity from various workshops and the production of pieces of great artistic value. Some are of Punic and traditional inspiration, while others reflect the most current trends in art.

The town of San Rafel celebrates its patron saint, Sant Rafel, with the Festes Patronals de Sant Rafel, through a month of live activities for all ages, including music, crafts markets, parties, sports competitions and lots of food and drink.
Dia de (the day of) Sant Rafel is, October 24th, will start with a solemn mass at the town’s church followed by traditional dancing, a popular free meal with bunyols and wine and a concert in the evening. Later in the week the famous Folk Festival will take place, which showcases local customs, music and clothing.

Nov
4
Mon
2024
DIA de SANT CARLES @ Sant Carles de Peralta
Nov 4 all-day

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

from 09.00 hrs

Every 4th November, the village of Sant Carles de Peralta celebrates its annual Saint Patron’s Day with festivities held every year in honor of St Charles, the patron saint of the village of Sant Carles de Peralta with Holy Mass, Market and lots of cultural & traditional festivities for the whole family.
On that day, as custom dictates, the image of the saint is taken out in solemn procession, the traditional folkdance (ball pagès) is performed in his honor and a sampling of local gastronomy is offered round. At night, an open-air concert, pyrotechnics take centre stage with a correfoc, in which a troupe of devils, demons and assorted imps rush the streets wielding flares and other flaming equipment.
But the village festival is not limited to the big day only. The celebrations span the whole month, during which time numerous open air concerts are organized as well as gastronomic events, exhibitions, contests and sports competitions.

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

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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
20.30 hrs – Delivery of trophies of the championships of Board games Festivities of Santa Gertrudis, in the tent.
21:00 p.m. – Music Truck with Billy Flamingo.
23:00 pm – Concert by Joven Dolores, 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

 Patron saint of Sant Antoni
On the 17th of January, the Sant Patron’ Day of Sant Antoni, Ibiza pays homage to the most celebrated saint of the Balearic Islands. The church square, the Paseo de ses Fonts and the Paseo de la Mar streets are buzzing with activities of the celebration, in which a procession, a display of the ball pagès dance and the traditional blessing of animals are held. The celebrations are held over several weeks and include the oldest folklore festival of the island.


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

9 km from the village of Sant Antoni heading north. On the way to Santa Agnès we find a landscape worth taking into account, the islets of sa Conillera, Es Bosc island, s’Espartar, etc. contrasting with the Pla de Corona filled with almond trees and the small town of Santa Agnès with its 18th-century church in the background.
During the full moon nights in January and February, this village becomes a magical place for many residents of the island, who go to Corona’s almond orchards covered with hundreds of blossoming almond trees to contemplate.
Walking around the village and visiting the Corrals d’en Guillem crags are a must.


Mar
19
Wed
2025
DIA DE SANT JOSEP DE SA TALAIA @ Sant Josep de sa Talaia
Mar 19 @ 12:00 pm


Sant Josep de Sa TalaiaDIA DE SANT JOSEP @ Sant Josep de Sa Talaia

12.00 – 23.55 hrs

12.00 hrs Solemn mass 
details tba

* Traditional festivities and celebrations of the Festes patronals de Sant Josep,

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.

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.

Aug
24
Sun
2025
FESTES DE SANT BARTOMEU @ Sant Antoni de Portmany
Aug 24 @ 9:00 am


Sant Antoni de Portmany

FESTES DE SANT BARTOMEU @ SAN ANTONI DE PORTMANY

activities & celebrations according to schedule

The second religious festival held every year in town, taking place on 24 August.
In the heart of summer, Sant Bartomeu becomes the perfect excuse to hold all kinds of events.
The fireworks castle is famous, lighting up the whole bay and rounding off the big day.
The festivities also include gastronomic festivals, such as S’Ou, featuring eggs as the main ingredient. Participants make their dishes and visitors enjoy them on the S’Arenal beach in a party atmosphere, with music and entertainment for children.
The Carthaginians and Romans Festival is an enjoyable historical recreation of the famous rivalry between both groups and includes a landing and a friendly battle using ripe tomatoes.
Concerts, sports competitions, traditional markets and other events pack the schedule for lucky visitors.

Sep
1
Mon
2025
Día de San Miquel de Balansat @ Sant Miguel
Sep 1 @ 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

Sep
21
Sun
2025
FESTES de SANT MATEU @ Sant Mateu d'Albarca
Sep 21 @ 9:00 am


Sant Antoni de PortmanyFESTES de SANT MATEU @ SANT MATEU D’ALBARCA

from 09.00 hrs

Events according to schedule

Events in commemoration of Matthew the Apostle include a popular procession leaving from the church and embarking on a short tour of the town.
Traditional country dancing displays are followed by other fun activities for travellers, such as tasting orelletes (donut-like local treats) and local wine produced in the region, famed for its vineyards.
In the evening, concerts are often held and Pla de Sant Mateu’s natural setting, sweeping, fertile farmlands, provides the backdrop for athletes to compete in the different races organised during the festival.
Nordic walking, fun runs and other sports events attract large numbers of competitors.
The festivities programme is completed with more activities such as theatre performances and excursions, popular championships and tastings.

Oct
24
Fri
2025
DIA DE SANT RAFEL @ Sant Rafel de Forca
Oct 24 all-day

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Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA DE SANT RAFEL @ SANT RAFEL DE FORCA

from 09.00 hrs Solemn Mass

Sant Rafel is situated 8 km from the town of Sant Antoni in the direction of Ibiza.
It is a small town with a beautiful 18th century church, from where you can see the city of Ibiza and its port.

This town is the only place on the island declared an area of artisan interest, due to the remarkable ceramist activity from various workshops and the production of pieces of great artistic value. Some are of Punic and traditional inspiration, while others reflect the most current trends in art.

The town of San Rafel celebrates its patron saint, Sant Rafel, with the Festes Patronals de Sant Rafel, through a month of live activities for all ages, including music, crafts markets, parties, sports competitions and lots of food and drink.
Dia de (the day of) Sant Rafel is, October 24th, will start with a solemn mass at the town’s church followed by traditional dancing, a popular free meal with bunyols and wine and a concert in the evening. Later in the week the famous Folk Festival will take place, which showcases local customs, music and clothing.

Nov
4
Tue
2025
DIA de SANT CARLES @ Sant Carles de Peralta
Nov 4 all-day

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

from 09.00 hrs

Every 4th November, the village of Sant Carles de Peralta celebrates its annual Saint Patron’s Day with festivities held every year in honor of St Charles, the patron saint of the village of Sant Carles de Peralta with Holy Mass, Market and lots of cultural & traditional festivities for the whole family.
On that day, as custom dictates, the image of the saint is taken out in solemn procession, the traditional folkdance (ball pagès) is performed in his honor and a sampling of local gastronomy is offered round. At night, an open-air concert, pyrotechnics take centre stage with a correfoc, in which a troupe of devils, demons and assorted imps rush the streets wielding flares and other flaming equipment.
But the village festival is not limited to the big day only. The celebrations span the whole month, during which time numerous open air concerts are organized as well as gastronomic events, exhibitions, contests and sports competitions.

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

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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
20.30 hrs – Delivery of trophies of the championships of Board games Festivities of Santa Gertrudis, in the tent.
21:00 p.m. – Music Truck with Billy Flamingo.
23:00 pm – Concert by Joven Dolores, 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

 Patron saint of Sant Antoni
On the 17th of January, the Sant Patron’ Day of Sant Antoni, Ibiza pays homage to the most celebrated saint of the Balearic Islands. The church square, the Paseo de ses Fonts and the Paseo de la Mar streets are buzzing with activities of the celebration, in which a procession, a display of the ball pagès dance and the traditional blessing of animals are held. The celebrations are held over several weeks and include the oldest folklore festival of the island.


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

9 km from the village of Sant Antoni heading north. On the way to Santa Agnès we find a landscape worth taking into account, the islets of sa Conillera, Es Bosc island, s’Espartar, etc. contrasting with the Pla de Corona filled with almond trees and the small town of Santa Agnès with its 18th-century church in the background.
During the full moon nights in January and February, this village becomes a magical place for many residents of the island, who go to Corona’s almond orchards covered with hundreds of blossoming almond trees to contemplate.
Walking around the village and visiting the Corrals d’en Guillem crags are a must.


Mar
19
Thu
2026
DIA DE SANT JOSEP DE SA TALAIA @ Sant Josep de sa Talaia
Mar 19 @ 12:00 pm


Sant Josep de Sa TalaiaDIA DE SANT JOSEP @ Sant Josep de Sa Talaia

12.00 – 23.55 hrs

12.00 hrs Solemn mass 
details tba

* Traditional festivities and celebrations of the Festes patronals de Sant Josep,

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.

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.

Aug
24
Mon
2026
FESTES DE SANT BARTOMEU @ Sant Antoni de Portmany
Aug 24 @ 9:00 am


Sant Antoni de Portmany

FESTES DE SANT BARTOMEU @ SAN ANTONI DE PORTMANY

activities & celebrations according to schedule

The second religious festival held every year in town, taking place on 24 August.
In the heart of summer, Sant Bartomeu becomes the perfect excuse to hold all kinds of events.
The fireworks castle is famous, lighting up the whole bay and rounding off the big day.
The festivities also include gastronomic festivals, such as S’Ou, featuring eggs as the main ingredient. Participants make their dishes and visitors enjoy them on the S’Arenal beach in a party atmosphere, with music and entertainment for children.
The Carthaginians and Romans Festival is an enjoyable historical recreation of the famous rivalry between both groups and includes a landing and a friendly battle using ripe tomatoes.
Concerts, sports competitions, traditional markets and other events pack the schedule for lucky visitors.

Sep
1
Tue
2026
Día de San Miquel de Balansat @ Sant Miguel
Sep 1 @ 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

Sep
21
Mon
2026
FESTES de SANT MATEU @ Sant Mateu d'Albarca
Sep 21 @ 9:00 am


Sant Antoni de PortmanyFESTES de SANT MATEU @ SANT MATEU D’ALBARCA

from 09.00 hrs

Events according to schedule

Events in commemoration of Matthew the Apostle include a popular procession leaving from the church and embarking on a short tour of the town.
Traditional country dancing displays are followed by other fun activities for travellers, such as tasting orelletes (donut-like local treats) and local wine produced in the region, famed for its vineyards.
In the evening, concerts are often held and Pla de Sant Mateu’s natural setting, sweeping, fertile farmlands, provides the backdrop for athletes to compete in the different races organised during the festival.
Nordic walking, fun runs and other sports events attract large numbers of competitors.
The festivities programme is completed with more activities such as theatre performances and excursions, popular championships and tastings.

Oct
24
Sat
2026
DIA DE SANT RAFEL @ Sant Rafel de Forca
Oct 24 all-day

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Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA DE SANT RAFEL @ SANT RAFEL DE FORCA

from 09.00 hrs Solemn Mass

Sant Rafel is situated 8 km from the town of Sant Antoni in the direction of Ibiza.
It is a small town with a beautiful 18th century church, from where you can see the city of Ibiza and its port.

This town is the only place on the island declared an area of artisan interest, due to the remarkable ceramist activity from various workshops and the production of pieces of great artistic value. Some are of Punic and traditional inspiration, while others reflect the most current trends in art.

The town of San Rafel celebrates its patron saint, Sant Rafel, with the Festes Patronals de Sant Rafel, through a month of live activities for all ages, including music, crafts markets, parties, sports competitions and lots of food and drink.
Dia de (the day of) Sant Rafel is, October 24th, will start with a solemn mass at the town’s church followed by traditional dancing, a popular free meal with bunyols and wine and a concert in the evening. Later in the week the famous Folk Festival will take place, which showcases local customs, music and clothing.

Nov
4
Wed
2026
DIA de SANT CARLES @ Sant Carles de Peralta
Nov 4 all-day

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

from 09.00 hrs

Every 4th November, the village of Sant Carles de Peralta celebrates its annual Saint Patron’s Day with festivities held every year in honor of St Charles, the patron saint of the village of Sant Carles de Peralta with Holy Mass, Market and lots of cultural & traditional festivities for the whole family.
On that day, as custom dictates, the image of the saint is taken out in solemn procession, the traditional folkdance (ball pagès) is performed in his honor and a sampling of local gastronomy is offered round. At night, an open-air concert, pyrotechnics take centre stage with a correfoc, in which a troupe of devils, demons and assorted imps rush the streets wielding flares and other flaming equipment.
But the village festival is not limited to the big day only. The celebrations span the whole month, during which time numerous open air concerts are organized as well as gastronomic events, exhibitions, contests and sports competitions.

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

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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
20.30 hrs – Delivery of trophies of the championships of Board games Festivities of Santa Gertrudis, in the tent.
21:00 p.m. – Music Truck with Billy Flamingo.
23:00 pm – Concert by Joven Dolores, 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

 Patron saint of Sant Antoni
On the 17th of January, the Sant Patron’ Day of Sant Antoni, Ibiza pays homage to the most celebrated saint of the Balearic Islands. The church square, the Paseo de ses Fonts and the Paseo de la Mar streets are buzzing with activities of the celebration, in which a procession, a display of the ball pagès dance and the traditional blessing of animals are held. The celebrations are held over several weeks and include the oldest folklore festival of the island.


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

9 km from the village of Sant Antoni heading north. On the way to Santa Agnès we find a landscape worth taking into account, the islets of sa Conillera, Es Bosc island, s’Espartar, etc. contrasting with the Pla de Corona filled with almond trees and the small town of Santa Agnès with its 18th-century church in the background.
During the full moon nights in January and February, this village becomes a magical place for many residents of the island, who go to Corona’s almond orchards covered with hundreds of blossoming almond trees to contemplate.
Walking around the village and visiting the Corrals d’en Guillem crags are a must.


Mar
19
Fri
2027
DIA DE SANT JOSEP DE SA TALAIA @ Sant Josep de sa Talaia
Mar 19 @ 12:00 pm


Sant Josep de Sa TalaiaDIA DE SANT JOSEP @ Sant Josep de Sa Talaia

12.00 – 23.55 hrs

12.00 hrs Solemn mass 
details tba

* Traditional festivities and celebrations of the Festes patronals de Sant Josep,

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.

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.

Aug
24
Tue
2027
FESTES DE SANT BARTOMEU @ Sant Antoni de Portmany
Aug 24 @ 9:00 am


Sant Antoni de Portmany

FESTES DE SANT BARTOMEU @ SAN ANTONI DE PORTMANY

activities & celebrations according to schedule

The second religious festival held every year in town, taking place on 24 August.
In the heart of summer, Sant Bartomeu becomes the perfect excuse to hold all kinds of events.
The fireworks castle is famous, lighting up the whole bay and rounding off the big day.
The festivities also include gastronomic festivals, such as S’Ou, featuring eggs as the main ingredient. Participants make their dishes and visitors enjoy them on the S’Arenal beach in a party atmosphere, with music and entertainment for children.
The Carthaginians and Romans Festival is an enjoyable historical recreation of the famous rivalry between both groups and includes a landing and a friendly battle using ripe tomatoes.
Concerts, sports competitions, traditional markets and other events pack the schedule for lucky visitors.

Sep
1
Wed
2027
Día de San Miquel de Balansat @ Sant Miguel
Sep 1 @ 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

Sep
21
Tue
2027
FESTES de SANT MATEU @ Sant Mateu d'Albarca
Sep 21 @ 9:00 am


Sant Antoni de PortmanyFESTES de SANT MATEU @ SANT MATEU D’ALBARCA

from 09.00 hrs

Events according to schedule

Events in commemoration of Matthew the Apostle include a popular procession leaving from the church and embarking on a short tour of the town.
Traditional country dancing displays are followed by other fun activities for travellers, such as tasting orelletes (donut-like local treats) and local wine produced in the region, famed for its vineyards.
In the evening, concerts are often held and Pla de Sant Mateu’s natural setting, sweeping, fertile farmlands, provides the backdrop for athletes to compete in the different races organised during the festival.
Nordic walking, fun runs and other sports events attract large numbers of competitors.
The festivities programme is completed with more activities such as theatre performances and excursions, popular championships and tastings.

Oct
24
Sun
2027
DIA DE SANT RAFEL @ Sant Rafel de Forca
Oct 24 all-day

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Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA DE SANT RAFEL @ SANT RAFEL DE FORCA

from 09.00 hrs Solemn Mass

Sant Rafel is situated 8 km from the town of Sant Antoni in the direction of Ibiza.
It is a small town with a beautiful 18th century church, from where you can see the city of Ibiza and its port.

This town is the only place on the island declared an area of artisan interest, due to the remarkable ceramist activity from various workshops and the production of pieces of great artistic value. Some are of Punic and traditional inspiration, while others reflect the most current trends in art.

The town of San Rafel celebrates its patron saint, Sant Rafel, with the Festes Patronals de Sant Rafel, through a month of live activities for all ages, including music, crafts markets, parties, sports competitions and lots of food and drink.
Dia de (the day of) Sant Rafel is, October 24th, will start with a solemn mass at the town’s church followed by traditional dancing, a popular free meal with bunyols and wine and a concert in the evening. Later in the week the famous Folk Festival will take place, which showcases local customs, music and clothing.

Nov
4
Thu
2027
DIA de SANT CARLES @ Sant Carles de Peralta
Nov 4 all-day

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

from 09.00 hrs

Every 4th November, the village of Sant Carles de Peralta celebrates its annual Saint Patron’s Day with festivities held every year in honor of St Charles, the patron saint of the village of Sant Carles de Peralta with Holy Mass, Market and lots of cultural & traditional festivities for the whole family.
On that day, as custom dictates, the image of the saint is taken out in solemn procession, the traditional folkdance (ball pagès) is performed in his honor and a sampling of local gastronomy is offered round. At night, an open-air concert, pyrotechnics take centre stage with a correfoc, in which a troupe of devils, demons and assorted imps rush the streets wielding flares and other flaming equipment.
But the village festival is not limited to the big day only. The celebrations span the whole month, during which time numerous open air concerts are organized as well as gastronomic events, exhibitions, contests and sports competitions.

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

9 km from the village of Sant Antoni heading north. On the way to Santa Agnès we find a landscape worth taking into account, the islets of sa Conillera, Es Bosc island, s’Espartar, etc. contrasting with the Pla de Corona filled with almond trees and the small town of Santa Agnès with its 18th-century church in the background.
During the full moon nights in January and February, this village becomes a magical place for many residents of the island, who go to Corona’s almond orchards covered with hundreds of blossoming almond trees to contemplate.
Walking around the village and visiting the Corrals d’en Guillem crags are a must.


Mar
19
Sun
2028
DIA DE SANT JOSEP DE SA TALAIA @ Sant Josep de sa Talaia
Mar 19 @ 12:00 pm


Sant Josep de Sa TalaiaDIA DE SANT JOSEP @ Sant Josep de Sa Talaia

12.00 – 23.55 hrs

12.00 hrs Solemn mass 
details tba

* Traditional festivities and celebrations of the Festes patronals de Sant Josep,

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.

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.

Aug
24
Thu
2028
FESTES DE SANT BARTOMEU @ Sant Antoni de Portmany
Aug 24 @ 9:00 am


Sant Antoni de Portmany

FESTES DE SANT BARTOMEU @ SAN ANTONI DE PORTMANY

activities & celebrations according to schedule

The second religious festival held every year in town, taking place on 24 August.
In the heart of summer, Sant Bartomeu becomes the perfect excuse to hold all kinds of events.
The fireworks castle is famous, lighting up the whole bay and rounding off the big day.
The festivities also include gastronomic festivals, such as S’Ou, featuring eggs as the main ingredient. Participants make their dishes and visitors enjoy them on the S’Arenal beach in a party atmosphere, with music and entertainment for children.
The Carthaginians and Romans Festival is an enjoyable historical recreation of the famous rivalry between both groups and includes a landing and a friendly battle using ripe tomatoes.
Concerts, sports competitions, traditional markets and other events pack the schedule for lucky visitors.

Sep
1
Fri
2028
Día de San Miquel de Balansat @ Sant Miguel
Sep 1 @ 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

Sep
21
Thu
2028
FESTES de SANT MATEU @ Sant Mateu d'Albarca
Sep 21 @ 9:00 am


Sant Antoni de PortmanyFESTES de SANT MATEU @ SANT MATEU D’ALBARCA

from 09.00 hrs

Events according to schedule

Events in commemoration of Matthew the Apostle include a popular procession leaving from the church and embarking on a short tour of the town.
Traditional country dancing displays are followed by other fun activities for travellers, such as tasting orelletes (donut-like local treats) and local wine produced in the region, famed for its vineyards.
In the evening, concerts are often held and Pla de Sant Mateu’s natural setting, sweeping, fertile farmlands, provides the backdrop for athletes to compete in the different races organised during the festival.
Nordic walking, fun runs and other sports events attract large numbers of competitors.
The festivities programme is completed with more activities such as theatre performances and excursions, popular championships and tastings.

Oct
24
Tue
2028
DIA DE SANT RAFEL @ Sant Rafel de Forca
Oct 24 all-day

festessantrafelibiza
Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA DE SANT RAFEL @ SANT RAFEL DE FORCA

from 09.00 hrs Solemn Mass

Sant Rafel is situated 8 km from the town of Sant Antoni in the direction of Ibiza.
It is a small town with a beautiful 18th century church, from where you can see the city of Ibiza and its port.

This town is the only place on the island declared an area of artisan interest, due to the remarkable ceramist activity from various workshops and the production of pieces of great artistic value. Some are of Punic and traditional inspiration, while others reflect the most current trends in art.

The town of San Rafel celebrates its patron saint, Sant Rafel, with the Festes Patronals de Sant Rafel, through a month of live activities for all ages, including music, crafts markets, parties, sports competitions and lots of food and drink.
Dia de (the day of) Sant Rafel is, October 24th, will start with a solemn mass at the town’s church followed by traditional dancing, a popular free meal with bunyols and wine and a concert in the evening. Later in the week the famous Folk Festival will take place, which showcases local customs, music and clothing.

Nov
4
Sat
2028
DIA de SANT CARLES @ Sant Carles de Peralta
Nov 4 all-day

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

from 09.00 hrs

Every 4th November, the village of Sant Carles de Peralta celebrates its annual Saint Patron’s Day with festivities held every year in honor of St Charles, the patron saint of the village of Sant Carles de Peralta with Holy Mass, Market and lots of cultural & traditional festivities for the whole family.
On that day, as custom dictates, the image of the saint is taken out in solemn procession, the traditional folkdance (ball pagès) is performed in his honor and a sampling of local gastronomy is offered round. At night, an open-air concert, pyrotechnics take centre stage with a correfoc, in which a troupe of devils, demons and assorted imps rush the streets wielding flares and other flaming equipment.
But the village festival is not limited to the big day only. The celebrations span the whole month, during which time numerous open air concerts are organized as well as gastronomic events, exhibitions, contests and sports competitions.

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

9 km from the village of Sant Antoni heading north. On the way to Santa Agnès we find a landscape worth taking into account, the islets of sa Conillera, Es Bosc island, s’Espartar, etc. contrasting with the Pla de Corona filled with almond trees and the small town of Santa Agnès with its 18th-century church in the background.
During the full moon nights in January and February, this village becomes a magical place for many residents of the island, who go to Corona’s almond orchards covered with hundreds of blossoming almond trees to contemplate.
Walking around the village and visiting the Corrals d’en Guillem crags are a must.


Mar
19
Mon
2029
DIA DE SANT JOSEP DE SA TALAIA @ Sant Josep de sa Talaia
Mar 19 @ 12:00 pm


Sant Josep de Sa TalaiaDIA DE SANT JOSEP @ Sant Josep de Sa Talaia

12.00 – 23.55 hrs

12.00 hrs Solemn mass 
details tba

* Traditional festivities and celebrations of the Festes patronals de Sant Josep,

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.

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

Sep
21
Fri
2029
FESTES de SANT MATEU @ Sant Mateu d'Albarca
Sep 21 @ 9:00 am


Sant Antoni de PortmanyFESTES de SANT MATEU @ SANT MATEU D’ALBARCA

from 09.00 hrs

Events according to schedule

Events in commemoration of Matthew the Apostle include a popular procession leaving from the church and embarking on a short tour of the town.
Traditional country dancing displays are followed by other fun activities for travellers, such as tasting orelletes (donut-like local treats) and local wine produced in the region, famed for its vineyards.
In the evening, concerts are often held and Pla de Sant Mateu’s natural setting, sweeping, fertile farmlands, provides the backdrop for athletes to compete in the different races organised during the festival.
Nordic walking, fun runs and other sports events attract large numbers of competitors.
The festivities programme is completed with more activities such as theatre performances and excursions, popular championships and tastings.

Oct
24
Wed
2029
DIA DE SANT RAFEL @ Sant Rafel de Forca
Oct 24 all-day

festessantrafelibiza
Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA DE SANT RAFEL @ SANT RAFEL DE FORCA

from 09.00 hrs Solemn Mass

Sant Rafel is situated 8 km from the town of Sant Antoni in the direction of Ibiza.
It is a small town with a beautiful 18th century church, from where you can see the city of Ibiza and its port.

This town is the only place on the island declared an area of artisan interest, due to the remarkable ceramist activity from various workshops and the production of pieces of great artistic value. Some are of Punic and traditional inspiration, while others reflect the most current trends in art.

The town of San Rafel celebrates its patron saint, Sant Rafel, with the Festes Patronals de Sant Rafel, through a month of live activities for all ages, including music, crafts markets, parties, sports competitions and lots of food and drink.
Dia de (the day of) Sant Rafel is, October 24th, will start with a solemn mass at the town’s church followed by traditional dancing, a popular free meal with bunyols and wine and a concert in the evening. Later in the week the famous Folk Festival will take place, which showcases local customs, music and clothing.

Mar
19
Tue
2030
DIA DE SANT JOSEP DE SA TALAIA @ Sant Josep de sa Talaia
Mar 19 @ 12:00 pm


Sant Josep de Sa TalaiaDIA DE SANT JOSEP @ Sant Josep de Sa Talaia

12.00 – 23.55 hrs

12.00 hrs Solemn mass 
details tba

* Traditional festivities and celebrations of the Festes patronals de Sant Josep,

Sep
21
Sat
2030
FESTES de SANT MATEU @ Sant Mateu d'Albarca
Sep 21 @ 9:00 am


Sant Antoni de PortmanyFESTES de SANT MATEU @ SANT MATEU D’ALBARCA

from 09.00 hrs

Events according to schedule

Events in commemoration of Matthew the Apostle include a popular procession leaving from the church and embarking on a short tour of the town.
Traditional country dancing displays are followed by other fun activities for travellers, such as tasting orelletes (donut-like local treats) and local wine produced in the region, famed for its vineyards.
In the evening, concerts are often held and Pla de Sant Mateu’s natural setting, sweeping, fertile farmlands, provides the backdrop for athletes to compete in the different races organised during the festival.
Nordic walking, fun runs and other sports events attract large numbers of competitors.
The festivities programme is completed with more activities such as theatre performances and excursions, popular championships and tastings.

Oct
24
Thu
2030
DIA DE SANT RAFEL @ Sant Rafel de Forca
Oct 24 all-day

festessantrafelibiza
Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA DE SANT RAFEL @ SANT RAFEL DE FORCA

from 09.00 hrs Solemn Mass

Sant Rafel is situated 8 km from the town of Sant Antoni in the direction of Ibiza.
It is a small town with a beautiful 18th century church, from where you can see the city of Ibiza and its port.

This town is the only place on the island declared an area of artisan interest, due to the remarkable ceramist activity from various workshops and the production of pieces of great artistic value. Some are of Punic and traditional inspiration, while others reflect the most current trends in art.

The town of San Rafel celebrates its patron saint, Sant Rafel, with the Festes Patronals de Sant Rafel, through a month of live activities for all ages, including music, crafts markets, parties, sports competitions and lots of food and drink.
Dia de (the day of) Sant Rafel is, October 24th, will start with a solemn mass at the town’s church followed by traditional dancing, a popular free meal with bunyols and wine and a concert in the evening. Later in the week the famous Folk Festival will take place, which showcases local customs, music and clothing.

Mar
19
Wed
2031
DIA DE SANT JOSEP DE SA TALAIA @ Sant Josep de sa Talaia
Mar 19 @ 12:00 pm


Sant Josep de Sa TalaiaDIA DE SANT JOSEP @ Sant Josep de Sa Talaia

12.00 – 23.55 hrs

12.00 hrs Solemn mass 
details tba

* Traditional festivities and celebrations of the Festes patronals de Sant Josep,

Sep
21
Sun
2031
FESTES de SANT MATEU @ Sant Mateu d'Albarca
Sep 21 @ 9:00 am


Sant Antoni de PortmanyFESTES de SANT MATEU @ SANT MATEU D’ALBARCA

from 09.00 hrs

Events according to schedule

Events in commemoration of Matthew the Apostle include a popular procession leaving from the church and embarking on a short tour of the town.
Traditional country dancing displays are followed by other fun activities for travellers, such as tasting orelletes (donut-like local treats) and local wine produced in the region, famed for its vineyards.
In the evening, concerts are often held and Pla de Sant Mateu’s natural setting, sweeping, fertile farmlands, provides the backdrop for athletes to compete in the different races organised during the festival.
Nordic walking, fun runs and other sports events attract large numbers of competitors.
The festivities programme is completed with more activities such as theatre performances and excursions, popular championships and tastings.

Mar
19
Fri
2032
DIA DE SANT JOSEP DE SA TALAIA @ Sant Josep de sa Talaia
Mar 19 @ 12:00 pm


Sant Josep de Sa TalaiaDIA DE SANT JOSEP @ Sant Josep de Sa Talaia

12.00 – 23.55 hrs

12.00 hrs Solemn mass 
details tba

* Traditional festivities and celebrations of the Festes patronals de Sant Josep,