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Today we share how to plan a trip to Ibiza, including how to get around Ibiza and things to know before going to Ibiza. We also share the best places to visit in Ibiza, the best time to visit Ibiza and things to do in San Antonio Ibiza, all in this Ibiza trip planner.

Ibiza is a beautiful island, known for its gorgeous sunsets and awesome parties. Ibiza is a popular destination for those of all ages and there are a few things to be aware of when planning a holiday.

Firstly, let’s begin with saying that you can book a package deal to Ibiza and if you are travelling as a group or family and get a great last minute deal, then this is not a bad option at all. However, if you are visiting during peak season, you are likely to save money by booking your flight, hotel and transport separately.


– July and August is the perfect time for parties and clubs, the weather is warm and the DJ’s are in town.
– May, June and September are warm but cheaper times to visit as they are outside the school holidays.
– Avoid October to February, these are the rainier and cooler months with many restaurants and bars closed during this time.


Old Town – Also known at Dalt Vila, Ibiza’s Old Town is now an interesting UNESCO Heritage Site. Walk through the picturesque narrow cobblestoned streets and visiting the charming restaurants, cafes and gorgeous cathedral.
Las Dalias Hippy Market – The market runs every Saturday from 10am to 8pm and Monday and Tuesdays (summer only) from 7pm to 1am, selling souvenirs, accessories and fashion.
The beaches – Cala d’hort, Cala Saladeta, Cala Xarraca, Sa Caleta, Benirras


– Use the bus – the bus in Ibiza is the cheapest way to get around the island. Fares range between €1.55 and €4 and bus routes can be found online here.
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– Car rental – Hiring a car in Ibiza is expensive, with cars starting at €40 a day and rises during the summer months. If you plan on travelling around all the sights and beaches of Ibiza or are staying in a quieter, more secluded area, then renting a car is a great option.
– Taxis – There is a taxi rank at the airport, at ferry terminals and in the main towns. You can also find taxis outside major resorts and they can be hailed down on the street. Taxis start at €3.65 then €1.09 per kilometre. It is also worth having your destination written down or on google maps, especially if you do not speak Spanish.

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