What’s the weather like in Ibiza in July?
Sitting off the east coast of Spain, Ibiza’s one of the country’s popular Balearic Islands. As it’s off the north coast of Africa, Ibiza has hot summers that are heading towards their peak in July. During this month, expect high temperatures, lots of sunshine and minimal rainfall. Ibiza’s location also means it’s quite well sheltered, while eastern and western spots also benefit from the protection of the Sa Talaiassa Mountain; they generally experience slightly warmer and drier conditions than the rest of the island. Ibiza can sometimes be struck by tornadoes and water spouts although they rarely happen in July.
The average high in Ibiza during July’s 29ºC, dropping to 20ºC at night. At 25ºC, the sea’s perfect for cooling down in, while humidity’s moderate. There’s 7mm of rain over three days, and you can expect 15 hours of daylight with 11 hours of sunshine each day. UV levels will be very high so protect your skin if you’re out in the sun all day. The sun goes down just before 9.30pm at the start of July, which is ideal for having dinner with a sunset view.