Get ready to experience the beautiful white sand beaches of this Mediterranean gem. With approximately 220 square miles, this beautiful Balearic island has many hidden spots only accessible through rural roads.
Ibiza’s reputation for premium clubs, bars and lively nightlife is well deserved, although there’s much more to the island than this. Discover the attractive whitewashed towns and villages, the lush green hills of its interior and some 50 beaches.
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Our car hire desk can be found in the Arrivals hall on level 0 of the terminal.
The airport is located around 4 miles southwest of Ibiza Town and driving between the two takes roughly 20 minutes via the PM-801 motorway. If you are travelling back to the airport from San José, you will need the PM-803 and then the KM4 exit.
The speed limits on the island are 100 km/h or 80 mph on open roads and 50 km/h or 30 mph in built-up areas. Remember to drive on the right-hand side!
The airport is located around four miles southwest of Ibiza Town and driving between the two takes roughly 20 minutes via the PM-801 motorway.
Ibiza town is Ibiza’s capital and is buzzing with activity. You’ll find shopping, beach bars and lots of history to enjoy. The Necrópolis de Puig des Molins is a fascinating burial ground that dates from the 7th Century. There’s a museum where you can see jewellery and figurines found in the tombs. Ibiza’s cathedral is a mixture of Catalan Gothic and Baroque in style and holds centuries of religious art.
Local beaches include Talamanca, which is safe and shallow, Playa d’en Bossa, a super long beach; Figueretes, the closest to Ibiza Town and S’Estanyol, a beautiful secluded cove.
A popular road trip is the drive from Ibiza Town to Santa Eulalia, a coastal town popular with tourists looking for a quieter holiday. Walk along the palm tree lined promenade that stretches along the beach and eat at some of the island’s best restaurants. Visit Puig de Missa, a fortified church on a hill originally built to protect the locals from pirate attacks. The river walk up to the church is particularly beautiful.
A 20 minute drive from Ibiza Town, San Antonio (St Antoni de Portmany) is a very lively and popular resort, known as a clubbers paradise. You’ll find lots of adrenaline inducing activities including cliff diving, jet-skiing and parasailing. And for those looking to relax, the main beach is sandy and has shallow, clear water.
San Juan is a rural haven and a nice place to take a break from the touristic areas of Ibiza. Home to traditional bars and restaurants you’ll enjoy a laid back, chilled atmosphere.
Sant Carles de Peralta
The famous hippy market in Sant Carles de Peralta is a must visit. Taking place every Saturday all year round, Las Dalias attracts thousands of people who are looking for everything bohemian. On offer you’ll find incense, bongo drums, live music and fortune-telling.