Flight and hotel packages in Ibiza
Presentation of Ibiza
Ibiza, also known as the White Isle, is part of the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean along with Menorca, Mallorca and Formentera. Not only does Ibiza have incredible beaches, but it also has two ranges of mountains if you enjoy hiking and many quaint little villages dotted here and there amongst the beautiful scenery. There have been settlements on this island since 600BC, and the great many different nationalities that have resided here over the years have resulted in distinctive architecture, art and cuisine. If you would like to experience this idyllic island, you should choose one of our low-cost holidays for your flight to Ibiza and holiday package. We can suggest exactly the right arrangements at the best prices, so book with us today to see how competitive our deals are.
Things to know before visiting Ibiza
As for most of the rest of Europe, when you are on holiday in Ibiza you will find the currency is the euro. Although the language of the island is Spanish, most people speak a little English because of the many tourists that visit each year which makes it easier if your Spanish is limited to "hola". Currently, UK citizens do not need a visa for Ibiza as long as you have a valid passport, but please check up-to-date information if your holiday is post-Brexit.
The international airport is only four miles out of Ibiza Town and there are plenty of transfer options to get you to your hotel. You can pick up a rented car, use the comprehensive bus service, or hire a taxi. If you can't wait to start your vacation, book a flight from London to Ibiza or a flight from Manchester to Ibiza with us. We have excellent flight and hotel deals to ensure you have the best start to your fun holiday.
What is the weather in Ibiza?
The reason for Ibiza being a favourite tourist destination is in part because of the glorious weather. With the usual Mediterranean climate of gorgeous summers and mild winters, it can be a great place to visit in any season particularly if you are looking for a little warm weather during our winter. With around 300 days of sunshine every year, you should book one of our cheap holiday packages so that you too can begin to enjoy this lovely island paradise when you holiday in Ibiza.
Things to do in Ibiza
Ibiza is famous for its nightlife and if you want to experience its clubs here are some you can visit:
- Ushuaïa, a large club directly on the beach.
- Benimussa Park which is also known as "The Zoo" and is one of the outdoor clubs.
- Privilege is in the Guinness Book of World Records as the largest club in the world and it even has a swimming pool.
- Amnesia, a perfect club if you are into dance DJs.
There is no denying that the White Isle is well-known for its party lifestyle, but there is so much more to experience when you holiday in Ibiza. A good way to see both the real island and its people is to walk or kayak around the villages. The company Walking Ibiza will take you around the island while introducing you to its rich history and even tasting some of its local delicacies. You could try the Aguamar Water Park at Playa d'en Bossa, or one of the many quad bike excursions or boat trips. Add those to the gorgeous beaches around the island and you will never be at a loss for something to do when you are on holiday in Ibiza. Book one of our fantastic flight and hotel deals and you can soon be experiencing them yourself.
What to eat in Ibiza?
If you would like to try some typically authentic Ibizan food you should start with sofrit pages, a delicious thick and hearty stew comprised of many meats and vegetables. Although in the past this was only served during special festivals and occasions, it can now be found all over the island in restaurants serving traditional Balearic dishes. As Ibiza has many local variations of Spanish food, paella should be near the top of your sampling list. Usually made with fish on this island because of the many and varied local options, this is a fresh and delicious menu staple that deserves to be enjoyed in the sun with a glass of chilled white wine.
Another fish dish that tastes incredible is the bullit de peix. It is a stew which usually contains grouper, monkfish and rotja, topped off with garlic potatoes. If you can't wait to sample these Balearic delights on your holiday to Ibiza, make sure you book one of our low-cost holidays as soon as you can. We can't wait for you to find out how delicious the local food is on this wonderful island.
What to bring from Ibiza?
Sadly, all holidays must come to an end but buying souvenirs is one way to keep the memory alive. If you have been enjoying yourself at one of the iconic clubs on the island, you could take something back from one of their dedicated souvenir shops; Pacha has a particularly extensive one next to the pier in the town. If you would rather something a bit more indicative of the general feel of Ibiza, why not try some Sal de Ibiza rock salt from the Concept Store. Extracted from the lakes of the Evissa Nature Reserve just off the coast, you can't get anything more authentic to remind you of your holiday to Ibiza.
If you would like something a little different, try the streets that rise above Ibiza Town known as the Dalt Vila. Up here you will find many individual and independently-owned shops that have beautiful local items for sale, from wicker baskets to clothes and wine. To take advantage of these amazing places, book your discount holiday with us today.