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Things to do this month on Ibiza - Easter 2017 special

Our suggestions for your Easter break this April 2017 with sun, beach fun, clubs, festivals and much more.

April is a special month on Ibiza. The sun is shining, the sea is warming up nicely and the island exudes excitement for the summer ahead. Easter is a big deal here and there will be celebrations and long, lively lunches in the traditional restaurants which have already opened their doors for the season. Throw some clubbing action into the mix and you have the makings of a perfect Easter break.


Easter parades

The Virgin is carried through the streets of IbizaThe Virgin is carried through the streets of Ibiza

Ibiza celebrates the traditions of Easter in an extravagant religious display. Processions take place in the main towns on Maundy Thursday and Good Friday. Locals dress up as Nazarenes and carry statues through the streets. On Easter Sunday, Ibizan families descend on the restaurants in huge groups that span the generations. The atmosphere is bustling so it is well worth booking yourself in to share the experience.


Beaches never close

Talamanca beach, one of the places you can get free activitiesTalamanca beach, one of the places you can get free activities

Head to Figueretas and Talamanca beaches every Saturday and Sunday until 21 May between 10.00 and 13.30 to enjoy free sports and creative activities. There is a wide range of pursuits to choose from. Take to the sea in a kayak or a stand up paddle board or pound the sand in a game of volley ball or rugby. Try a jewellery-making workshop or take up kick-boxing. It's all free so give it a try.


Party through the night at Pikes

Moustaches, check!Moustaches, check!

Pikes is a quirky and naughty Ibiza institution and the opening on 29 April is an event not to be missed. Start with cocktails by the pool then sample the new menu in Room 39. After dinner the madness begins. DJ sets from Melon Bomb, Artwork, Brothers Grim and more keep the party going all night long. Be sure to experience Sunny's legendary bathtub karaoke. Once tried, never forgotten.


Rocking San José

Local rock at the Sant Pepe festivalLocal rock at the Sant Pepe festival

An island institution since 1985, the Sant Pepe rock concert takes place on Saturday 15 April at the parking of Cas Vildu in San José. With performances from Güru, Azrael and Obus, expect the rock to be heavy and the crowd to be boisterous in their appreciation. It is the ideal event for the headbangers out there.


Going crazy at Pacha

The magic hands of Jean Claude AdesEveryone awaits the magic touch of Jean Claude Ades

Jean Claude Ades, brings his unique slant on deep house, BeCrazy, to Ibiza's favourite all year round club, Pacha on 14 April. Start the evening with dinner in Restaurant Pacha and enjoy a show with comedian Enrique San Francisco. Afterwards head to the club for music and dancing until the early morning. Alex Kennon and Sacha Muki will also be on the decks to get you moving.


Torrents of folk music

Jamming together at Costa del FolkJamming together at Costa del Folk

A new event for ibiza, Costa del Folk, will take place at the Sirenis Seaview Country Club in Port des Torrent from 25 April - 1 May. With 18 acts it looks set to be a great bash. Headliners include Midge Ure, former lead singer of 80s band Ultravox and Tom Robinson of ‘Glad to be gay' and ‘2-4-6-8 Motorway' fame. The festival is to be compered by comedian Mike Harding so should be a lot of fun.


Detroit inspirations

See all his faces: Seth Troxler at PachaSee all his faces: Seth Troxler at Pacha

Well-loved Circoloco favourite Seth Troxler is back at Pacha on 21 April after five years with his Detroit-inspired brand of house and techno. He will be joined by Jesse Rose, Ion Pananides and Alex Pott. After conquering Mount Kilimanjaro last year, Seth will be bringing his swagger of success back to Pacha this Easter to continue to delight his devoted followers.

Ibiza is a fantastic place to be at Easter. You will experience a wonderful blend of parties, beach activity and tradition.


Next up...

If you are coming later than Easter, see our new feature, 72 hours on Ibiza for lots of great ideas of things to do.

It is time to take to the water in one of Smart Charter Ibiza's boats from its ever-expanding fleet. Now back for 2017, you can make your bookings now!

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