When is the best time to book cheap flights to Ibiza?
To get a good deal on a flight from the UK to Ibiza, you often only need to book one week in advance. But it depends what time of year you’re going, which airline you’re flying with and where in the country you’re travelling from.
When is the cheapest time to visit Ibiza?
Peak season in Ibiza is mid-June to mid-September. This is when the weather’s warmest and party season’s in full swing. If you’re visiting at this time of year, you’ll need to book hotels and upscale restaurants well in advance. Accommodation prices drop significantly during the shoulder seasons of April to mid-June and mid-September to October. Ibiza’s low season is from November to April, when accommodation is often around 50 percent cheaper than it is during peak season. During these months, most clubs and many hotels are closed, but you’ll find that quite a lot of the local restaurants, tapas joints and bars are still going strong.
When is Ibiza weather best?
Ibiza enjoys a Mediterranean climate. Summer runs from June to September, during which time the weather’s hot and dry. July and August are the hottest months of the year – average highs are 29-30°C with lows of 20°C in the evening. The sea temperature at this time of year is around 26°C, so great for swimming. October marks the start of autumn. While temperatures are still warm – with average highs of 23oC – it’s the wettest month of the year and sea temperatures are milder. The winter months between December and February see average highs of 16oC and temperatures rarely drop into single figures.
Which airlines fly to Ibiza?
British Airways, Iberia, easyJet, Ryanair, Thomas Cook Airlines, TUI Airways and Jet2 all fly direct from the UK to Ibiza.
How many airports does Ibiza have?
Ibiza Airport (IBZ) is the only airport serving the Balearic Islands of Ibiza and Formentera. It’s just 7.5 kilometres southwest of the capital, Ibiza Town. Ibiza Airport has one main building that deals with both international and domestic arrivals and departures.
How do I get from Ibiza Airport into Ibiza?
There are three airport bus routes in Ibiza but only one which runs all year round. Line 10 connects the airport with the Ibiza bus station, the port, and Sant Jordi. The Sant Jordi stop is about a 20-minute walk from Playa d'en Bossa.
Line 24 operates between 23 May and 15 October, and runs from the airport to Santa Eularia, Es Cana and Cala Nova. Line 9 is available from 1 June to 12 October. This route runs between the airport, the town of Sant Josep and the tourist resort of San Antonio.
Alternatively, the airport has a permanent fleet of 69 taxis which operate throughout the year – three of which are specially equipped for people with disabilities. During peak season – from June to September – an additional 70 taxis are in operation. If there aren't any taxis at the rank outside the terminal building, you can call Radio Taxi San José on +34 971 800 080.
What are the top things to do in Ibiza?
The most hedonistic of Spain’s Balearic Islands, Ibiza’s considered the party capital of the world. Once something of a hippie hangout, it’s now home to some of the globe’s best dance clubs, including Ushuaia, Pacha, Amnesia and the relatively new Hi Ibiza. From June to September each year, superstar DJs descend on the island – along with a few million tourists. So, if you’re planning an Ibiza holiday in the summer, it’ll likely revolve around clubbing. Dotted around popular tourist areas like Playa d'en Bossa, San Antonio and Es Cana, you’ll also find luxury beach clubs such as Nikki Beach, El Chiringuito and Blue Marlin. San Antonio’s sunset strip is home to world-famous cafes and bars, like Café Mambo and Café del Mar, and is the perfect place to catch an iconic Ibiza sunset.
Step away from the main tourist drag, though, and you’ll discover there’s far more to this beautiful pine-clad island. There are over 50 beaches hugging Ibiza’s coastline, and you can explore many in one day by hiring a boat. The interior and north of the island both remain relatively undeveloped, while in Ibiza Old Town – the fortified UNESCO World Heritage-listed quarter of Ibiza Town – you’ll find a castle, cathedral and quaint cobbled streets.
Do I need a visa to travel to Ibiza?
Ibiza is a Spanish island, and therefore part of the EU, so if you’re travelling from the UK to Ibiza on a British passport you won’t need a visa.