The best things to do in November

1 month, 10 unmissable plans
November is here and there are plenty of reasons to love it! Through this article, you’ll find everything you need to know to make the most of your days.

Fresh, sunny, quiet… And full of flavours and cool activities! No matter if you’re a resident or you are just visiting, with so many nice—and delicious—things to do, you will feel like home. From the biggest food festivals of the year to all kind of events, take a look on what’s happening on the island:

IBIZA SABOR – Food Festival

Don’t miss the chance to taste the finest gastronomy at the best restaurants for a reasonable price! 41 amazing restaurants across the island are participating in this festival, available until Sunday 2 December. Each one has its own signature menu (some offer a three-course menu for €25, and others tapas for 7 € with a drink included). Find out more info and check out the full program in our article, here.

Nassau Beach Club
RESTAURAT – Gastronomic Contest in Sant Antoni

As if Ibiza Sabor wasn’t enough, during the entire month and until 9 December, 21 fabulous restaurants in Sant Antoni offer a special three-course menu with seasonal products for only €19. In this 10th edition, the Ibizan cheese, the pumpkin, the sobrasada, and the cabbage are the protagonists, but don’t think that’s it, as each chef has put the best of their cuisine on the menus. Available every day and night, check out the entire program, here. The winning restaurants will be announced in December.

Es Racó de Can Cosmi
SANT CARLES – Town Fests

Sant Carles keeps celebrating its annual festivities until the 24 November and there will be plenty of things going on. Paddle and Backgammon championships, “Cosas de Mujeres” theatre show, painting exhibitions, a popular paella at Pou Des Lleó, folklore music and dance at the ‘pagès’ party in Trui de Ca n’Andreu, among many other events. You can check the full program, here.

MAL DEL CAP – Films And Art Festival

From 9 to 17 December, Mal Del Cap Short Film Festival celebrates its new edition in different venues around the island. Starting on Friday 9 at 8 pm at Centre C19–VilaJove with the screening of ‘Y El Otro Manuel’ from Manuel Bartual, expect bizarre and brilliant screenings, music concerts, conferences and more. The map with the different events and locations, here.

FORADA FEST 2018
Forada has officially begun and will last until next Sunday 27 January. This year, the focus of the festival is on the recovery of the landscape and traditions. The famous pig slaughter, the oil fest in CanPep de Sa Plana, music concerts, dry stone workshops, almond-trees plantation masterclass, and a night of swing are some of the great events that will make every weekend count. Find the full program, here.
Photo by Diario de Ibiza
GONG MEDITATIONS – Every Wednesday at Atzaró

Starting from 7 November there will be weekly gong meditations, every Wednesday at 6 pm. Enjoy a 90′ journey of deep relaxation with planet gongs, played by the gong master Kosma Solarius. The natural sounds of planet gongs make a deep effect on our bodies. “Sound makes our body waters vibrate, opening energetic blockages.” These sessions are open to everyone and they are on a donation basis.

Agroturismo Atzaro: Carretera Sant Joan km15.

MUSICAL THURSDAYS IN LA IMPRENTA

Every Thursday, La Imprenta offers live music shows on the street starting at 6 pm. If you’re looking for exquisite gastronomy, music, and entertainment, you don’t have to go further. La Imprenta Ibiza is perfect to chill and enjoy a drink after a nice walk around the port and Dalt Vila. After the concert, the fun is not over, as the most delightful Cabaret dinner show awaits for those who want to live a night that will be ‘printed’ on their memories forever.

Check out their menu and the Cabaret show, here.

IBIZA MOTORSHOW – EDITION #2

Are you mad about cars? From Friday 16 to Sunday 18 November you’ll be able to try the HS-GT Pro Motion simulators, the AMG and Alfa Romeo test-drive, the smart EQ circuit, plus enjoy a show cooking at the gastro area, chill music, and much more. This event has free entrance and it’s family friendly. To know more info, you can check out the event on Facebook.

Recinto Ferial de Ibiza.

SANT JOAN – Sundays Market

This little town has a special charm, as every Sunday of the year, all the streets dress up lively to celebrate the Hippie Market (or ‘mercadillo’ as they say) and welcome tourists and locals with stands and souvenirs of all kinds and colours. There is a live music band playing since midday, the restaurants serve all kind of tapas and seasonal dishes, and there is a popular paella on the main square.

The hippy market in Sant Joan
ESCAPE TO FORMENTERA

The little sister of Ibiza is still a great option to enjoy a different day on the islands. If the day is sunny, you will still be able to enjoy its precious beaches (and swim, as the shallow waters make it easier even if the temperature is lower than in summer). But, besides the beach, there is so much to do! Get lost in the countryside, enjoy the amazing landscapes with it amazing fig trees, and discover the many bars and restaurants offering great quality food, live music, artisan souvenirs and so much more! There are fast ferries departing each hour.

Get your tickets or find more info, here.

As you can see, the end of the year is getting closer but still, there are a lot of things going on, so we hope you find the time to enjoy them all!

Featured image: Puertas del Cielo by JM Luke on Flickr. 

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