Christmas events in Ibiza
The Ibiza City Council presents its program of parties for Christmas and New Year. The little ones will be the protagonists of these parties in a program of activities that will feature numerous virtual activities and events adapted to the new security measures due to the situation caused by COVID-19.
The festivities will officially begin in the city this Friday, November 27 at 6.30 p.m., with the lighting of lights and the opening of the three nativity scenes in Sant Elm, Can Misses and ‘Mercado Nuevo’, as well as with small musical performances in four different locations, with the aim that people are distributed throughout the city and avoid large crowds. The lighting can be seen on the social networks of the Ibiza City Council.
The total of 31 streets and five squares will be illuminated: the Vara de Rey promenade, the Park square, the Antoni Albert i Nieto square, the sa Carrossa square and as a novelty the Peace Park. There will also be three Christmas trees, one of them for the first time in the Plaza de la Graduada.
In addition, you can visit the Christmas Market on the Vara de Rey promenade, which will be installed until January 6.
The activities for the boys and girls will be centralized in the Reina Sofía Park. There will be a show of games, songs and laughter with Cachirulo, a magic show, an educational jazz concert for the whole family and a circus show. Admission is free, although you must make a prior reservation through the www.eivissa.es page from November 30.
As for the online activities from the City Council, two workshops on traditional Ibizan Christmas cooking have been prepared, one on Saturday 12 December to learn how to make Christmas sauce and another on Sunday 13 to learn how to make a biscuit. They can be followed from 12.30 pm on the social networks of the City Council. There will also be several online storytellers for children.
The arrival of the Wise Kings is scheduled for January 5. They will arrive in Eivissa at 6:00 p.m. and so that no one misses this moment, the Consistory will broadcast it through its social networks. Their majesties from the East will make a long journey through the streets in convertible cars and children will be able to see them from their balconies and windows.