Ibiza City Info

Ibiza is a beautiful island in the Mediterranean Sea around 80 km from the coast of Valencia. It is one of the largest Balearic Islands and its largest city is Ibiza Town.

The entire island offers travellers a unique experience from its world class clubbing to its relaxed sun bathed and quiet beaches.

The island offers tourists some of the most tranquil beaches in the world with access to exclusive bars and restaurants.  There are some great beaches to visit in Ibiza Town, San Antonio, Portinatx, and Es Cana.  The best way to explore the coast line is by renting a car or scooter of which there are many in Ibiza.  There are regular bus services for the price conscious traveller. You can also use local ferries to and from the major resorts

If you have spent enough time relaxing and would like to partake in Ibiza's nightlife, get ready for a long night out! Ibiza has some of the most famous clubs in the world and regularly attract the world's greatest DJs throughout the year although the best time is undoubtedly the summer.

Some of the top clubs in Ibiza include Space, Pacha, Privilege, Amnesia, Café del Mar and many many more

What to see:

  • Las Salinas Salt Flats: Probably one of the most famous places to visit in Ibiza. The salt flats have been around for thousands of years, as the water evaporates during the hot summer months, a sparkling layer of pure salt is left at the bottom which is a breathtaking view. You can find the salt fields at the southernmost tip of the island.
  • Hippy Market: These markets are one of the most famous in Ibiza. There is an eclectic mix of products to look at such as batik wraps and other clothing. You will be able to find some beautiful moccasins and exotic silver jewellery.

    Apart from sightseeing there are plenty of adventure activities you can lose yourself in. There is plenty of great diving, mountain biking and water sports all around Ibiza. Chartering boats is also a wonderful way to spend a day on the warm Mediterranean water.

Airport Info

Ibiza Airport serves both Ibiza and Formentera.  The majority of passengers arrive here for the summer period which is between May and September. Expect the biggest crowds during this time. It is possible to fly to other destinations from Ibiza Airport to mainland Spain.

Ibiza Airport is located 7 km southwest from Ibiza Town

The airport isn't the best known for its facilities but you will be able to find some duty free shopping. Most of the retailers have outlets there even if there are not as big as other airports. However you will be able to find standard amenities such as an Executive Lounge

To and from the airport

By Taxi
You will find enough taxis just outside the arrivals hall. Always ensure that you are using a licensed driver and a meter is used at all times to record the fare.  Ibiza is around 15 minutes away so expect to pay roughly 15 to 20 Euros for your journey. 

By Bus
Buses operate every day from the airport. Summer schedules start at 06:30 to 23:30 and buses run approximately every 30 minutes.

By Train
There are no direct trains to Alicante airport although there are plans for one to be build in the near future. If you would like to use public transport the best way is to catch a bus from the city centre.

By Car
Car hire companies are situated in the arrival hall as well as the luggage claim hall.  Driving is very easy here and all major towns, resorts are signposted.


T: 971 809 000 / 313
E-mail: ibzinfoaena@aena.es

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