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Ibiza Tourism And Travel Guide
17° C / 62.7° F
June to August
3 to 5 Days
Ibiza Airport (6 kms)
The gem of Spain’s Balearic Islands, Ibiza continues to be one of the most frequented tourist destinations in the world. Widely considered to be Europe’s party capital, the island city has a charming history and cultural heritage, more than most people give it credit for. As Ibiza has no direct highway or railway systems connecting it to the rest of Spain or Europe, travel by air or sea are the best ways to reach. Flight ticket costs will vary based on the season of travel, with tourism booming during the popular spring and summer seasons. Ibiza’s activity list ranges from enjoying its world-class restaurants, beaches and nightlife to even visiting historic sites like the Dalt Vila fortress area. It is an ideal destination for young couples and families alike, providing both calm and energy in its atmosphere in equal measure. This travel guide should serve as your one stop shop for all things Ibiza!
How To Reach
Flying into Ibiza Airport is undoubtedly the best way to get to this beach town. Only 6 km away, there are numerous cars and buses to get visitors to their destination.
Unfortunately, there are no roads directly connecting visitors to Ibiza. The internal roadways of the island city are extremely efficient and clean to make local travel easy.
Weather and Best Time To Visit
Spring Season (March – May):
This is one of the most popular seasons to visit Ibiza. The well-balanced temperatures and sunny skies are favourable for outdoor activities like partying till the early morning.
Summer Season (June – August):
The summer is when most tourists flock to Ibiza to rake in as much sunshine as possible. However, temperatures can get hot and heavy, so do beware.
Autumn Season (September – November):
Not one of the best times to visit Ibiza owing to the increased humidity levels and chances of rainfall occurring.
Winter Season (December – February):
Considered to be a low-key tourist destination in the winter owing to the cooler breezes and reduced temperatures. However, it continues to be a popular winter destination.
Things to Do
Dalt Vila UNESCO Site:
A must-do activity in Ibiza is to explore this stunning heritage site and it is the most important of its kind in the entire island city.
Spending a day hanging out with family and friends at Cala Comte is another hugely popular activity. The narrow beach stretch along with the numerous restaurants and cafes that complement it is not to be missed.
Discover Playa D’en Bossa:
Home to a famous resort of the same name, soaking up some sunshine at this beach is arguably one of the best things to do here.
Explore San Antonio:
Exploring this part of Ibiza is a blast for beach and nature lovers owing to a wide variety of water sports and beachside resorts available here.
The food scene in Ibiza is one of the best in Europe, as expected. The island-town is tourist hotspot and is filled with visitors throughout the year. The wide variety of restaurants, cafes and bars cater to a diverse range of budgets and taste preferences. The street-markets are also great to enjoy some delicious food from the street-vendor stalls. Tapas, Paella and Bocadillos (sandwiches) are some of the most prominent dishes seen, and also the most popular. In terms of drinks, Sangria, Tinto De Verano and Frigola are what the island city is most well-known for.
Needless to say, Ibiza is a fantastic place for shopping as well. There are equally engaging department stores with major brands as well the charming street and hippie markets that are exceedingly popular with visitors from all over the world. The historic Dalt Vila is a surprising but popular location to pick up antiques, handicrafts and other accessories. Eivissa and La Marina are also ideal spots for both local and international designer shopping. The smaller towns in Ibiza like San Carlos provide additional shopping opportunities with its selection of boutique stores.