You're going to love Ibiza
From photogenic beaches to sunsets known the world over, Ibiza is postcard-perfect. And if you want to cap your beach day with a night out, Ibiza's nightlife will not disappoint.
Ibiza is great for relaxation, shopping & beach.
Spend time exploring and grabbing up souvenirs like colorful hammocks and leather jewlery at one of the island's “hippy markets.” The oldest and largest is the Punta Arabi market in Es Cana, but you’ll also find one in San Carlos.
largest island of Spain
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Getting to Ibiza
Fly into Ibiza Airport, which is a short and sweet 5 miles to Ibiza Town. The 15-minute taxi ride will set you back $40, so solo travelers may prefer to opt for the bus, which will get you there in about 20 minutes. Buy a ticket (around $5) from the driver with cash.
Median airfare by month
$593 Median airfare from US to Ibiza in January
Median airfare by time before departure
$686 Median airfare 1 month before departure date
Staying in Ibiza
Looking for a combo of clubs and beaches? Stay in Playa de Portinatx. More of a foodie? Cala Tarida on the west coast has plenty of restaurants to keep you satisfied.
Median hotel rate by month
$353 Median January hotel rate
Median hotel rate by night
$617 Median Sunday hotel rate
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When in Ibiza
Weather in Ibiza
59° Average temperature in January
Eating in Ibiza
What should you order while you’re in Ibiza?
One of the most well-known dishes is bullit de peix, a fish stew that may include grouper, monkfish and rotja, potato chips and a light sauce served with rice. It’s often eaten directly from the pan.
What you’ll expect to pay (USD)
Nice dinner for 2
Standard tip for good service