Ibiza in Winter
There are a number of great beach restaurants that stay open in the winter, including:
Ibiza is an amazing island to explore by foot in winter and there are a number of walks you can take, including walking to the top of Sa Talaia - the tallest mountain on the island, and only 2 hours for a round trip, and on a clear day you can see much of the island & to the Spanish peninsula.
Cycling is very popular in Ibiza. There are a number of cycling shops who will rent bikes to you & deliver them to your villa, or to a central meeting point. They can also provide guided routes if required
There are a number of gyms including B-Fit in Ibiza Town, & Fraile have multiple gyms in the south & west of Ibiza. Daily, weekly & monthly memberships are available
There are tennis & paddle (a mix of tennis & squash & very popular in Spain) centres
Take a stroll around the villages & towns of Ibiza:
If you want to see what Ibiza is really like then come to the island in the winter...of course you won’t get the same heat as summer but bring a few books and discover what the locals already know; Ibiza in winter is incredibly underrated