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Ibiza is not a name that needs any introduction. This Spanish island, the third largest of the Balearics, is famous around the globe for its world-class nightlife and elite clubs. All partying aside, though, it’s the perfect holiday destination for travellers seeking beautiful beaches, rural villages and fascinating historical sites such as Ibiza Cathedral. What’s more, it can be easily accessed by a flight to the island’s international airport, which is located on the outskirts of Ibiza Town.
As the only airport on the island, Ibiza Airport (IBZ) brings in the vast majority of tourists and travellers. You’ll find that most flights to and from European locations are seasonal with a few exceptions. But domestic flights to and from other Spanish destinations are available year-round. The airport is a short drive or bus journey from Ibiza Town, and is equipped with shopping and dining facilities, as well as a VIP Lounge.
The main thing to bear in mind when booking a holiday to Ibiza is that the majority of its flights are seasonal. For that reason, you may find it difficult to book a direct flight during off-peak months. However, the good news is that connecting flights can work out cheaper. It’s also worth bearing in mind that prices – for both flights and hotels – tend to go up in the summer months.
If you want to save money, try booking in advance with low-cost airlines such as easyJet, Eurowings, Niki or Vueling. For a more luxurious journey, you can also fly business class with airlines like British Airways, KLM and Air Europa. Whatever your budget, you can find competitively priced options by using Expedia's search tool to book a flight.
If you’re planning on staying in Ibiza Town for the whole of your trip, then you can easily take a taxi, airport transfer or public bus into the city from the airport. However, if you’re planning on travelling around the island, you may want to hire a car, which you can easily do at the ground floor of the terminal. For travellers looking to save money, the island-wide public bus service is an excellent option for travelling between the major towns and beach resorts. Also, you may want to make time for a trip to the beautiful island of Formentera, home to Es Pujols Beach. You can visit this island using the ferry service which runs from the harbour in Ibiza Town.
It may be famous for its party scene, but Ibiza is a holiday destination that suits all kinds of travellers. In Ibiza Town, you can visit the Museum of Contemporary Art and wander through the winding cobbled streets of the Old Town. Of course, you can still make a visit to some of the island’s legendary clubs when night falls! The beach resort of Port de San Miguel is ideal for a quiet and relaxing getaway, while the village of Sant Josep de Sa Talaia is the place to be if you’re looking to hike to Ibiza's highest peak.