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Helpful information

  • Ibiza is located in the Spain (ES)
  • IATA code: IBZ
  • Continent: Europe
  • Currency: Euro (EUR) (Course: 10 EUR = 8.52 GBP)
  • Current time: 22:59 (GMT+1)
  • Current date: 2021.12.04

Whether you're clubbing until 4am or mountain biking at dawn, Ibiza holidays are legendary. Book flights to Ibiza from the UK with to start your adventure. 

Ibiza is only the third largest island in the Balearics but it's certainly the most famous. Attracting holidaymakers from across the globe, it transforms into a world party capital every summer – so it's the ideal break for sun-seekers and night-owls. 

But there's plenty for non-clubbers to do too. Hikers love its mountain trails, history buffs are fascinated by its ancient sights and thrill-seekers lap up its adrenaline-pumping water sports. Whatever your interests, your holiday in Ibiza will be unforgettable. Search, compare and book Ibiza flights today with 

Things to do in Ibiza 

  1. Ibiza is world famous for its gorgeous white sand beaches. Popular beach resorts near Ibiza Town include Playa d'en Bossa, Figueretas and Talamanca Bay, while on the other side of the island San Antonio Bay is popular. Elsewhere, Portinatx, Santa Eulalia and Cala Jondal are also big draws.
  2. Got your glowsticks? Ibiza is home to the world's most frenetic and influential clubbing scene. Well-established mega-clubs like Pacha and Space still pack in the crowds each night, though newer players like Ibiza Rocks and Ushuaia are making a big impact too.
  3. The inviting azure waters that surround Ibiza aren't just for swimming: they're also great for watersports like sailing, kayaking, windsurfing and water skiing. And for the really adventurous, fly-boarding – where you're lifted off the water by jet streams – is the island's latest trend.
  4. Go underwater on a diving expedition and see what lurks in the Mediterranean. Ibiza's waters are known for their good visibility, and wreck diving is also popular on the island.
  5. Take a break from the party atmosphere and explore D'Alt Vila – Ibiza's Old Town. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is the ideal for a picturesque wander in the sun. Visit Ibiza Castle and climb the city walls for breathtaking views.
  6. Ibiza's mountainous scenery is a pleasant surprise for holidaymakers who've only heard about its beaches. Slip into your walking boots or rent a mountain bike to explore its rocky trails and valleys on foot or in the saddle.
  7. For a fun and relaxing way to see the island's natural scenery, hop on the Ibiza tourist train. This charming mini train runs several excursions throughout the week, including trips from Es Cana to Santa Eulalia and tours of Sant Carlo and its nearby beaches.
  8. Looking for a fun, memorable way to tie the knot? With a range of romantic wedding venues and honeymoon villas across the island, getting married in Ibiza is the perfect solution.
  9. Don't miss a trip to the mysterious uninhabited island of Es Vedra. This rocky limestone formation off the west coast of Ibiza has a revered mythical position in the island's history and regular boat trips leave from San Antonio.
  10.  Go off the beaten track and do something different on your Ibiza holiday. Air Zone Ibiza, for instance, lets you go zorbing on land and water, while its many yoga retreats are the ideal opportunity to rejuvenate your mind and body. 

Shopping in Ibiza 

Ibiza might not be known for its shopping landscape, but that's only because there's so much else going on in the island. Wherever you go, you'll find an exciting range of shops and boutiques. 


In major tourist hotspots like Ibiza Town and Santa Eulalia, you'll discover an array of fashionable boutiques and a few department stores selling clothes, shoes and bags. There's also many shops in major resorts, and large clubs like Space and Pacha have their own clothing lines too. 

Hippy markets

Every Wednesday from April to October, the famous Hippy Market at Es Cana pops up from 10am to 6.30pm. There's a huge range of stalls here so expect to shop for hours. From June to September, there's also a bustling night time market in San Carlos, from 8pm to 1.30am. 

Eating in Ibiza 

Fast food is ubiquitous in Ibiza and popular with the clubbing crowd. But the island's culinary scene has exploded in recent years and it's now teeming with first-class restaurants. 

Local specialities

Fish is a mainstay of Ibiza's cuisine, and fresh local seafood is most often eaten in deliciously spiced stews or simply grilled. Spanish dishes like paella and tapas are also widely found, and it's traditional to wash down your meal with a shot of Hierbas Ibicencas – a herbal digestif. 

Fine dining in Ibiza

If you're after something more sophisticated, try Amante Beach Club for fine Mediterranean food in a stunning clifftop location or El Ayoun for chic international dishes in Moorish-influenced surroundings. 

Insider's Tips 

Call 112 for emergencies during your Ibiza holiday. Here's a handy list of useful emergency numbers

Shops in Ibiza keep famously unpredictable opening hours. Many open late and are closed in the afternoons for siesta. But during the peak summer months, many stay open late – some until midnight – if business is brisk. 

Fancy a break from bustling resorts? Take a short ferry from Ibiza to Formentera, the smallest of the Balearic islands. 

Getting from Ibiza Airport 

By bus

Ibiza Airport is well connected to main resorts and Ibiza Town. You can view bus routes online but this information is currently unavailable in English. 

By taxi or car

There is a taxi rank outside the arrivals hall at the airport, but queues can be long in summer. If you plan to travel around Ibiza a lot during your holiday, consider hiring a car from one of the many car rental desks at the airport. 

Airport transfers

Shuttle services from Ibiza Airport can be booked in advance online. Some resorts may also offer this service