It’s no secret that Ibiza is a fantasic desination all year round. Visitors are also seduced by off-season Ibiza as it famously halts to an unhurried pace and rests during a period of restoration and calm. Only a few months remain until the pull of the summer brings the masses and until then the White Isle is open to a different mode of inspection and the rural charm of Santa Inés earns a spot at the top of the list.
Lying to the north of San Antonio, in the natural park of Es Amunts, an especially fertile region of Ibiza, Santa Inés escapes the summer-spills that dominate highly-populated tourist spots. Tranquil Balearic escapism with an emphasis on ecotourism is on offer here twelve months of the year, however, one of the best times to visit is from February through to early March while Ibiza’s almond trees are in bloom.
The Trees blooming and flowering announces the beginning of spring and new life, and there’s something about seeing Santa Inés’ valleys awakening with pastel pinks and snowy white blossoms that feels particularly vitalising. By day it’s beautiful, but fast-forward the hours and you’ll find that under the moonlight is when the real magic happens, even better if you catch a full moon. An enchanting silver-white glow elevates the "Pla de Corona", spectacle to one of inimitable status.
If intentions are to visit Ibiza as winter meets spring, absolutely seize the opportunity to base yourself around the village of Santa Inés, at Rural Hotel Can Pujolet. Blossoms aside, it’s popular among birdwatchers, wildlife enthusiasts, walkers and mountain bikers, families, couples and any tourist seeking an authentic Ibiza experience.
Be sure to see our special offers for seven nights available all year.