Flights from Manchester to Ibiza
Are you thinking of flying to Ibiza? Find out what is waiting for you before booking your cheap flights from Manchester to Ibiza.
How to get to Manchester Airport
You can drive to Manchester Airport (MAN) in around 20 minutes from Manchester city centre using the M56 motorway. The airport has short-stay and long-stay parking options. You can also use a number of different public transport services to get to the airport ahead of your flights from Manchester to Ibiza. The Manchester Metrolink from Cornbrook station takes just 35 minutes to the airport and has trains departing every 12 minutes. The number 43 bus is a 24-hour service that operates every 10 minutes (30 minutes at night). Or you can take the train from Manchester Piccadilly station and you’ll arrive at the airport in less than half an hour.
Manchester Airport: Overview
Manchester Airport is one of the busiest airports in the UK with 25 million passengers every year. With so many people using the airport, make sure you allow yourself enough time to pass through security before you fly from Manchester to Ibiza. The airport itself has three passenger terminals with each having an array of cafés and restaurants to get some food and refreshments before boarding your flight. There are also a number of shops if you need to pick up any last-minute essentials.
Ibiza Airport: Overview
Ibiza Airport (IBZ) is located just 7km away from Ibiza Town meaning that you can drive to the centre of Ibiza in less than 15 minutes. If you are thinking about renting a car for your stay make sure to check out Ryanair Car Hire for all the best deals. There is also a public bus available. Route 10 will bring you to the Ibiza bus station near the centre of town. It also serves the ferry port of Formentera, the port and San Jorge. It costs around €3.50 with services operating every 30 minutes from November to April, every 20 minutes from April to the end of October and every 15 minutes in July and August.
What to expect on arrival in Ibiza
Ibiza is famous for its beach parties and nightlife, but the Mediterranean island has a lot more to offer. When your flights from Manchester to Ibiza arrive and you drop your bags into the hotel, you won’t want to waste any time going to explore the town. The medieval castle, Dalt Vila, is a must-see for anyone visiting Ibiza. You can also go down into Can Marça Caves to explore the hidden Ibiza. There’s plenty of water sports and excursions you can do during your visit, but of course, Ibiza is the perfect place to party. There are so many beach bars and nightclubs around that the only stressful part of your trip will be trying to decide where to go. Find out more of what Ibiza has to offer on Try Somewhere New.
Five Fun Facts about Ibiza:
- The most expensive restaurant in the world is in Ibiza. Sublimotion, located at the Hard Rock Hotel, charges at least €1,500 per person
- Ibiza has 57 different beaches and no matter where you stay on the island you’re never more than an hour’s drive away from a beach
- Legendary Queen frontman Freddie Mercury celebrated his 41st birthday at Pikes Hotel in Ibiza, which turned into a party that lasted for two weeks
- The correct way to pronounce Ibiza is “Evissa”
- In 2007 the Ibizan government made a rule that all new hotels needed to have a 5 star rating, so you know you’ll be well looked after during your trip
From Manchester to Ibiza: Practical Information
Ibiza is a relatively small island so finding your way around isn’t too difficult. If you are travelling with a group of 3 or 4, getting a taxi is a good way to get from place to place. You can hail a taxi at any time of the day or night and between 4 people it’s not too expensive. Alternatively, Ibiza has a comprehensive public bus service that connects all the major resorts and most of the popular beaches. During the summer, buses run from 7am until 10pm. After that, the disco bus runs from midnight until 6am which will bring you to all major nightclubs and resorts.
Weather in Ibiza is warm year round with peak temperatures during the busy summer period of July and August. You can expect temperatures to reach at least 30°C. During the rest of the year, temperatures rarely drop below 15°C during the day with very limited rainfall, so no matter what time of the year you visit you can expect the sun to be shining.
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Ibiza uses euros, so make sure you exchange your pounds before you fly from Manchester to Ibiza. You will also need to bring a travel adaptor if you wish to use your electronic devices during your trip.
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