Favourite airline: KLM
The majority of passengers on the route Birmingham – Ibiza prefer to fly with KLM.
KLM
14 %
Jet2.com
10 %
TUI Airways
5 %
Direct flights are more expensive
On this route, direct flights are £133.00 more expensive than flights with a stopover.
non stop flight
1 stop
2 stops
02h 30min
05h 20min
20h 45min
£268
£135
£174
Favourite connection: via Amsterdam
On this flight route, flights with a stopover in Amsterdam are the most popular.
Route
bookings
1 stopover Amsterdam Schiphol
07h 20min, from £197
40 %
1 stopover Barcelona El Prat
24h 20min, from £155
30 %
1 stopover Madrid Barajas
05h 20min, from £135
20 %

Ibiza - A Party Island with a quiet side

Ibiza has quiet villages, sandy beaches and a pine covered coastline. This Balearic island has a lively nightlife scene. Ibiza Town port is a popular tourist spot and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Attractions, tips and best travel time

This year-round travel destination has a mild climate with temperatures reaching about 30 degrees. The average temperature in winter is about 11°C. January and February tend to have rain. There are many festivals to enjoy throughout the year. The electronic music festivals of Ibiza are world renowned, The 'Ibiza Rocks Festival" is held from mid-June to mid-September.

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Pre-travel information

The busiest season in Ibiza is July and August. Pre-book a car if you plan to hire one. English is spoken by most people in Ibiza. Catalan and Castillian are the official languages. Learn some basic Spanish words and phrases before travel, the locals would appreciate them. The cost of living in Ibiza is generally lower than in the UK. Good value groceries can be found in the island's markets.

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Getting around Ibiza and local accommodation

Ibiza Airport is located 7 kilometres south-west of the town. For travel to the centre of Ibiza taxis are available. A taxi to Santa Eularia costs approximately EUR 30. A taxi journey from the airport to Ibiza town costs about EUR 15. The number 10 bus travels to Ibiza Port. The journey takes 15 minutes and costs about 3 EUR.

There is a range of accommodation available with basic hostels costing from around EUR 10 per person per night. A three star hotel costs approximately EUR 100 for two people sharing. 

Explore Ibiza town on foot, it is compact and easy to stroll around. The local bus network between resorts and cities is straightforward to use. Single tickets for bus journeys cost from about EUR 1.60. with the maximum price for a journey being no more than EUR 4.50. 

During the peak season some major resorts are accessible by bus directly from the airport. This party location has an Ibiza "nightbus", called the  Discobus, it travels to the major clubs, bars, hotels in larger resorts. It costs about 3 EUR.

Large parts of Ibiza are registered as UNESCO World Heritage Sites and thus protected from the development and commercialisation. Traditional cultural sites can be visited at  Benirràs Bay and Sa Caleta where there are the remains of Phoenician settlement.

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