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Ibiza Guide

What are the best places to stay in Ibiza?

Ibiza Town

While planning your holiday in Ibiza, book accommodation in Ibiza Town if you’re looking for non-stop excitement. Ibiza Town, known locally as Eivissa, is the island’s capital. It’s scenically located on the edge of the Mediterranean and is the epicentre of Ibiza’s nightlife scene. While holidaying on flights to Ibiza, you’ll find well-known landmarks here, including the Old Town, Dalt Vila. Ibiza Town is also the island’s transport hub, with buses heading off to other towns, ferries zipping over to the nearby island of Formentera, and easy access to Ibiza Airport (IBZ). Thanks to its location and cultural offerings, Ibiza Town is the most popular area for visitors who book airfare to Ibiza.

Santa Eulalia

Santa Eulalia is about 20 minutes’ drive up the coast from Ibiza Town. Much like the capital, it has sprawling beaches, a scenic port, and plenty of restaurants and bars. But while Ibiza Town is known for its party scene, Santa Eulalia attracts more laid-back travellers. If you’re after beautiful scenery without the massive crowds, Santa Eulalia could be the town for you. While spending time in Santa Eulalia between return flights to Ibiza, cafe-hop along the palm tree-lined promenade, try authentic tapas restaurants, and soak up the sun on Santa Eulalia Beach.

Santa Gertrudis

Santa Gertrudis is located in the hills of Ibiza, offering a completely different experience to coastal towns. If you book accommodation in Santa Gertrudis while holidaying on cheap flights to Ibiza, you’ll find yourself in a local village surrounded by fruit trees. Santa Gertrudis has a vibrant arts scene and is home to several galleries and boutiques. Visitors who book airfare to Ibiza for the relaxed Spanish vibes will immediately fall in love with Santa Gertrudis. And although Santa Gertrudis isn’t right on the coast, its central location means it’s only a 15- to 20-minute drive from most beaches in Ibiza.


What are Ibiza’s most famous landmarks and monuments?

Punta Moscarter Lighthouse

On the northernmost corner of Ibiza, Punta Moscarter Lighthouse stands tall on the cliffs outside of Portinatx. At 52 metres, it’s the tallest lighthouse across the four Balearic Islands. While exploring the island on flights to Ibiza, head north for a day to see the remote coast of the island and Punta Moscarter Lighthouse. To reach the lighthouse, make the short trek from Portinatx. Hike along the rocky coastline where you’ll be rewarded with stunning Mediterranean views, and eventually, the beautiful Punta Moscarter Lighthouse.

Es Vedrà

Es Vedrà is one of the most mysterious places to visit between return flights to Ibiza. It’s a small uninhabited rock island located off the west coast. Many myths and legends surround Es Vedrà, including the belief that it’s the third-most magnetic place on Earth, behind the Bermuda Triangle and North Pole. Another tale says mermaids live there. While holidaying on flights to Ibiza, view Es Vedrà from shore, or take a boat ride to experience it up close. You’ll spot some native wildlife, and could even get the opportunity to snorkel off the Es Vedrà coastline.

Sa Talaia

Sa Talaia sits 475 metres above sea level and is the tallest point in Ibiza. Located west of Ibiza Town, Sa Talaia provides some of the most gorgeous views over Ibiza and the Mediterranean. When you book tickets to Ibiza, plan a day trip to this area to explore the hilly side of the island. You could drive to the top, or put on your hiking shoes and head up the fairly challenging trail. Once you reach the top, you’ll be rewarded with panoramic views over the hills, villages, and coastlines of Ibiza.


When is the best time to book flights to Ibiza?

The time of year you book tickets to Ibiza can completely determine the experience you’ll have. If you’re looking forward to Ibiza’s party scene, look to travel on return flights to Ibiza between June and September. In summer, daytime temperatures heat up to about 30°C, and world-famous DJs flock to Ibiza to perform. Each summer, European teens and young adults visit Ibiza to let off some steam before heading back to uni. If you book flights to Ibiza in summer, book accommodation early as hotels can fill up during this busy period.

If you’re hoping for beautiful weather without the partying, book cheap flights to Ibiza just before or after high season. May and October temperatures reach about 22°C during the day; beautiful beach weather.

Ibiza gets quiet between November and April. There aren’t many tourists, so this is the time to book cheap flights to Ibiza if you’re after a laid-back, local experience. In winter, temperatures hit about 15°C during the day.