Flight and hotel Ibiza
Visit The Balearic Island Of Ibiza
With a flight and hotel in Ibiza you can visit an island made famous by its nightlife and world heritage status. A rocky island, surrounded by golden beaches with crystal clear waters, Ibiza is a great option for travellers wanting to holiday throughout the year. Due to package holidays, Ibiza is more accessible than ever. You can catch a flight from Dublin to Ibiza or a flight from Cork to Ibiza along with many other airports which fly this route.
Useful Things To Know Before Your Visit
Once your flight to Ibiza has landed you will be able to either hire a car, get a taxi or use public transport to get to your hotel. Buses run every 15-20 minutes between the months of April and October and every 30 minutes between November and March. The great transport links from the airport to the rest of the island make a flight and hotel holiday in Ibiza very convenient for travellers.
When Is The Best Time To Visit Ibiza?
The hot summer months make a weekend trip to Ibiza ideal for many party and beach goers. With temperatures often rising above 30 degrees Celsius it is a favourite destination for many sun seekers. However, the relatively warm winters also make city breaks in Ibiza a great option. You can take in the historical sites of the capital, visit the many traditional towns and enjoy the very best of the local cuisine.
What Should You Do In Ibiza?
Package holidays in Ibiza allow you to enjoy the beach by day, watch the sunset in the evening before experiencing some world-famous nightlife in the iconic clubs at night:
- Spend the day soaking up the sun at Playa D'en Bossa beach. This is the longest beach on the island and has plenty to occupy you. Take a ride on a banana boat, soak up the vibrant atmosphere or relax at one of the many beach bars.
- Then go to the west of the island where you can watch the sunset at San Antonio Sunset Strip. You can either take a seat at one of the famed bars there or relax on the rocks whilst you catch the last of the daylight.
- Finish off your day (or night) by experiencing all that Ibiza nightlife has to offer. Whether its Amnesia, Pacha or Space, there is something for everyone. In the peak months it is a good idea to book your tickets in advance to avoid disappointment.
Where Should You Visit In Ibiza?
City breaks in Ibiza have a wide variety of culture and adventure to excite visitors. Although famed for its nightlife, the island has just as much to offer its guests during the day. Hire a car and drive to Portinatx in the north of Ibiza. During the car journey you will see exquisite scenery before arriving at an idyllic beach with transparent water, perfect for all the family. Alternatively take a ferry from Ibiza Town to Formentera, where you can enjoy the white beaches of this pristine island. Ferry crossings take 35 minutes and there are two every hour during the summer months. Wander around Ibiza Town and explore the history of the capital city. Don't miss Ibiza Town Cathedral which is located at the top of a hill and rewards visitors with great views of the island.
Where Should You Eat In Ibiza?
On your weekend trip to Ibiza, treat yourself to some local cuisine. Have breakfast at the Passion Restaurant in Ibiza Town. With an emphasis on healthy food, it is the perfect place to gain some energy for the day ahead. With venues dotted around the island it is a convenient option for everyone. For lunch visit Vi Cool Ibiza which was conceptualised by the famous chef Sergi Arola. Here you can eat traditional tapas whilst you take in the atmosphere and rooftop views. Finish your day off by having dinner at Sa Capella, a renovated church, which allows to eat classic dishes steeped in history.
What To Bring Back From Ibiza?
Apart from bringing back a suntan, your weekend to Ibiza wouldn't be compete without a souvenir to take home. Buy yourself a famous Pacha t-shirt as a memory of the iconic nightlife. Alternatively, on Sundays, visit the San Juan market in the north of the island where you can buy locally made gifts, such as soaps and toiletries. San Rafael is famous for its pottery and the town's market is the perfect place to buy a souvenir of your trip.