Flights to Ibiza
Situated in the Mediterranean Sea, 79 kilometres off the coast of the mainland, Ibiza is one of Spain’s Balearic Islands. In recent years Ibiza has been known as one of the world’s major party spots yet it’s still a lovely island with plenty of family friendly amenities too.
The Ibiza Airport (airport code: IBZ) serves the island and there are a few options for international flights to Ibiza. The airport is about 7 kilometres outside of Ibiza Town. Iberia has the only 1-stop flight to Ibiza from South Africa, with a connection in Madrid. With Lufthansa, you’ll be going through Munich and Barcelona, and Swiss Air makes its connections in Zurich and Barcelona. Flights to Ibiza are usually around 20 to 22 hours long, whether 1 stop or 2.
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The Tourist Attractions of Ibiza:
If you’re young and into nightclubs and all night partying then Ibiza is the kind of holiday destination that’s sure to appeal to you. The island has been a party hotspot for over a decade now and continues to attract a particularly young crowd who come here for the great nightlife. If you’re not so young, or are coming to Ibiza with a family don’t let this party image put you off as Ibiza is still a lovely island with beautiful beaches great scenery and attractive towns, and if you want to you can easily avoid the nightlife.
Nightlife in Ibiza
For those looking for the nightlife the town of San Antonio is considered to be the place to go on Ibiza. This is the second largest town on the island. Visit the West End area of the town for loads of bars and pubs and some smaller clubs, while the majority of the large clubs that are packed until the small hours of the morning are located a little way outside the town. The capital of Ibiza, Ibiza Town is another popular destination for its nightlife too.
Ibiza Town isn’t just for nightlife though. This attractive city has a number of sights to see and the old Upper Town is popular and atmospheric; situated on a small mountain overlooking the sea. The cathedral, Santa Maria d’Eivissa is the main landmark to look out for, and it was built in the 14th century.
Despite having been heavily developed sine the 1950s Ibiza has still retained plenty of its old traditional charm and rural villages. It’s highly recommended that you rent a car and go exploring around some of the lesser travelled roads in the heart of Ibiza as you’ll come across some lovely little villages hat it seems time has forgotten. Don’t just stay in the car though; rent a bike or go hiking to really get a true sense for the rural areas of Ibiza.
When Should You Visit?:
Ibiza has a very typical Mediterranean climate that’s characterised by hot and dry summers, and mild and wet winters. The peak season is from June to September ad this is when Ibiza will be busiest. Temperatures peak in August when the average high is 30C. May and October are also nice times to visit as it’s a little quieter during these months. In the winter you may find some facilities operating on limited hours, but if you don’t mind this, temperatures are still very pleasant. The average high in January is 15.5C.