Ibiza in January

March 3rd, 2009 - 5:35 pm Posted in ibiza | Comments (0)

Ibiza in JanuaryThe beginning of January in Ibiza is when the procession of the Three Kings takes place in the capital, Ibiza town, and villages across the island. As the 6th January (the Day of the Three Kings) signals the beginning of the “real” Christmas festivities, the wise men come bearing gifts for the local children.

In mid-January, Santa Agnes and Sant Antoni mark the festivals of their respective patron saints, just as the almond trees are starting to blossom. At the same time the salt flats, where fresh salt is gathered each summer, are full of pink flamingos who have stopped for a little food and shelter on their way south to Africa.

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