While Ibiza love to pull on their hats and down jackets at the slightest chill, this exceptional month of January is changing all that. On Wednesday, Sant Joan de Labritja, in the north of Ibiza, recorded its warmest january temperature with 25.4°C.
Has Ibiza moved into the southern hemisphere ? While January and February are historically the coldest and rainiest months of the year, the White Isle is enjoying sunny days and very high temperatures for the season. Beaches are packed to the rafters and the sea is welcoming many brave souls for a dip.
Record-breaking temperatures !
It was an unusually hot spell, and even broke an all-time record. On Wednesday, the thermometer rose to 25.4°C in the charming village of Sant Joan de Labritja in the north. A temperature that surpasses the previous record set in 2021 of 24.8 degrees. An unbeaten record since temperatures were first recorded in 2005.
The rest of the island was also warm : 22°C in Sant Antoni and Ibiza and 20°C in Formentera.