Known for its electric nightlife scene and incredible beaches, when you book cheap flights to Ibiza, Spain you are sure to have an unforgettable time.
The Spanish island isn’t all about partying however, there are plenty more reasons to fly to Ibiza. The Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and its cobblestone streets and charming white-washed buildings are quite the contrast to the island’s nightclubs. Some of the most beautiful beaches in Europe are located in Ibiza - if you’re feeling adventurous take advantage of the crystal clear waters and go kayaking, cliff-diving or scuba diving.
When to book cheap flights to Ibiza
Ibiza is a year-round hotspot with very limited rainfall. The hottest months are in the summer, when temperatures reach as high as 30°C during the day in July and August. These are the most popular times to book Ibiza cheap flights and you can expect accommodation to be expensive during these months. August is when Ibiza really comes alive with party-goers from all over the world travelling to the island to indulge in Ibiza’s famous clubbing scene. If you want to avoid the crowds of tourists then you can book cheap Ibiza flights in April and May or in September and still enjoy warm temperatures. Accommodation is less expensive during this time of year too - search Ryanair Rooms for great hotel deals.
What to see in Ibiza
Ibiza has been a haven for hedonists since the 1960s, so much so that its bars and clubs have gained legendary status among party goers the world over and continue to attract people from every corner of the globe. Away from the nightclubs, there are loads of other activities to get involved in and sights to see. With the savings you’ve made on your cheap Ibiza flights you can afford to make the most of your time on the island. Explore the historic and cultural centre of Ibiza in the Old Town, also known as Dalt Vila. It’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is the oldest part of the island. Take a stroll around the cobbled streets. When you fly to Ibiza you won’t have to look too far to find a sandy beach to relax on. The island is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in Europe. Head to San Antonio as the sun sets to see a gorgeous view across the water at Café del Mar. Ibiza’s crystal clear waters are perfect if you want to go scuba diving during your trip, or jump in a kayak or on a surfboard to really get the adrenaline pumping.
Ibiza is quite small and getting around the island is relatively easy. Taxis are a good option if you’re travelling with a group of 3 or 4 people. They are available at any time of the day or night and when you split the fare between 4 people it’s not too expensive. If you prefer to use public transport you’re in luck -the island has a comprehensive bus service in operation. It connects all the major resorts and most of the popular beaches. During the summer, buses operate from 7 in the morning until 10 at night. When they finish, a disco bus takes over and runs from midnight until 6am. The disco bus will bring you to all the major nightclubs and resorts.
What to eat in Ibiza
When your Ibiza flights land you won’t have to look too far to find delicious tapas. Visit one of the town’s many cafés and snack on some tapas or pintxos. A local speciality you have to try in Ibiza is sofrit pagés. It’s a delicious dish featuring succulent chicken, lamb and local sausages, called butifarra and sobrasada, potatoes, garlic and spices. All that food will no doubt make you thirsty, so make sure to raise a glass of sangria!