Travelling To Ibiza – How To Get Here

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Publish Date: 23/01/2023

Information and guide to travelling to and from Ibiza.

Here’s everything you need to know about Ibiza transport methods, such as flights and boats.

Tourism in Ibiza continues to gain interest. As a result, it has become one of Europe’s most popular destinations. With the opening of clubs such as Pacha in 1973, millions have enjoyed summer in Ibiza year after year, the world’s party capital.
In the past, package deals offered by tour operators were the most economical way to arrange a holiday to Ibiza. However, nowadays, taking a vacation has never been easier, thanks to the internet. Hotels can now be booked directly online, and flights can be booked with much more flexibility. It is now possible to fly on a low budget with low-cost airlines, even if only for a weekend.

Tourism on the island has never been better. In Ibiza, choosing your own flights and accommodations can save you money and give you greater flexibility to make the most of your stay instead of being tied to an all-inclusive hotel.

FLIGHTS TO IBIZA

Comparing the market for flights to Ibiza allows you to choose the most economical dates. Flying for less than £50 is often possible, so you can spend your remaining budget relaxing. Websites like Skyscanner compare the prices of all airlines on your preferred dates. It is up to you to decide which airline suits you best, from British Airways to RyanAir.

Ibiza has one of the busiest summer flight schedules from the UK. There is a high level of competition between airlines. It is even possible to find flights that include stops in mainland Spain’s beautiful cities like Barcelona, Madrid or Valencia, which are often cheaper than direct flights to Ibiza.

ARRIVING BY FERRY TO IBIZA

As a relatively small island, Ibiza has two main ports, San Antonio on the West Coast and Ibiza Town. Ferries frequently run to Denia, Valencia, and Barcelona on the mainland. Ferry times to Ibiza range from 2 hours for the fast ferry to 9 hours for the overnight ferry to Barcelona. There are also routes to Mallorca for those who wish to explore the Balearics further. There are fares for single-foot passengers and packages that include your car on return. Balearia and Trasmediterranea are the two prominent ferry companies operating in Ibiza.

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