In Ibiza you can find entertainment for holidays, beautiful architecture, awesome beaches, delicious Eat and Drinks, luxury hotels and great shopping. And oh – yes. The nightlife! Ibiza is known as the world’s best party island. You’ll find amazing live music, world famous clubs and legendary DJs. Be aware that everything, especially the club entry, is super expensive.
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Ibiza Travel Guide: How to Get There
By plane as Ibiza is an island, the best way is to arrive by plane. Once at the airport you can catch a bus to the city central and then take a taxi to your final destination. Ryan Air as well as other budget carriers fly to the island. Or, you can hop on a ferry (not Ferry Corsten). The ferry leaves from main cities like Barcelona and Valencia.
Ibiza Travel Guide: Travel Tips
Do watch the sunset at Café del Mar this bar is one of the most treasured parts of Ibiza where you have summer music, sunset and a lot of fun. The sunsets in Ibiza are extra special and a popular view for everyone on the island. Don’t miss it. Do not wait until the very last minute to book search beforehand to find out where your favorite DJ is playing and book your tickets in advance. You can check everything that is going on the island on www.ibiza-spotlight.com. Do not leave without visiting the beaches. Spend time relaxing on the beach. Many hotels have beach chair rentals that you can use to work on your tan. Do walk on the streets of Ibiza after midnight This is a very interesting experience in Ibiza. Even way after midnight, you will find a whole variety of bars, cafes and boutiques still open. The city never sleeps! Do eat paella. This traditional dish is definitely unique. Many of the Eat and Drinks cook the paella on huge pans and they are prepared with seafood (sometimes including chicken and rabbit) and rice with saffron combining into an incredibly flavorful dish. Do a boat trip you can always find a good boat trip on the amazing bright blue Mediterranean Sea. From San Antonio and Ibiza town harbours or most harbours and ports throughout the island, you can find one. Check www.boatsibiza.com and www.ibizaboats.com for more information. Go clubbing! You’re in Ibiza. You must go to the clubs. There are different entrance fees for each club so make sure you know who you want to go see before you head out on the DiscoBus. The drinks inside the club are also very pricey so be prepared for that. Below there is a list of the best clubs of the island.
Ibiza Travel Guide: Typical Costs
Price Range for Hotels The price of rooms in Ibiza are affordable. A very good and well-located hotel is Maritimo Hotel or Luxmar Hotel, both in Ses Fiqueretes Beach, close to the Playa d’en Bossa. It costs around 30 euros a day for a room with a view. For hostels, a good option is Hostal Giramundo. Try to find a good hotel. You can also luck out if your hotel is next to free parking or Eat and Drinks with wifi. Cost of meal The cost of meal in Ibiza can range from €16 for lunch, €30-55 for lunch and €34-60 for dinner in cheaper Eat and Drinks. Yemandja, Bambuddha, Hard Rock Café Ibiza and Amante Beach Club Ibiza are good choices of bars and Eat and Drinks for a nice meal. Cost for commute You can rent a car in Ibiza, which is around 30 euros per day, or rent a scooter (keep in mind that the island is very big) for around 15 euros per day. There is also a DiscoBus that runs to most the main clubs.