The Ibiza season officially starts in May and finishes up in October, however, that doesn’t mean that Ibiza in the winter isn’t just as amazing as those hectic summer months, and the island still has a lot to offer tourists who want to see another side of the white isle.

Usually jam packed with clubbers seeking hedonism in its purest form, Ibiza expects around 2 million visitors in that short 6 month timeframe, so when everybody has packed up and gone home until next year, the island takes on an air of calm and serenity that helps to accentuate the natural beauty that Ibiza has in abundance.

Ibiza town in particular is a must-see spot and shows off the wonderful heritage that Ibiza boasts as an island. A trip to Dalt Vila will take you on a journey through quaint little streets lined with restaurants that serve authentic Spanish cuisine, as well as unusual bazaars selling beautiful trinkets and jewellery.

Climbing the path of Dalt Vila itself will offer you stunning panoramic views of the island and the cooler winter months make it an enjoyable experience, as opposed to the tiring trek that the heat of the summer can bring.

For those who still fancy sampling a little bit of the clubbing side of Ibiza, one of the islands original superclubs, Pacha, is still open all year round and still welcomes droves of people through the doors at the weekend. A predominantly Spanish clientele hit the club in the winter, however, you can still expect to find the usual Pacha debauchery going on under the famous cherry logo. The best bit? It’s a fraction of the price and you won’t melt from the heat as soon as you walk in.

One of the most beautiful things we can recommend for Ibiza in the winter is a visit to one of the deserted beaches that the island has to offer – which are still warm enough to take an evening stroll and watch the sunset. If you really want to get the best view, sunset strip is still worth a visit, even without the hustle and bustle of the Café Mambo hedonism that the summer brings.