Ibiza Flights

Ibiza flights are possible from a wide variety of cities all over mainland Europe, from Berlin and Moscow to Dublin and Amsterdam. You can also fly to Ibiza during the summer peak season from Tel Aviv in Israel, and there are regular flights throughout the year from the Balaeric Island of Palma de Mallorca. If you are coming from the United States, you will have to connect in one of these cities. Many cheap flights to Ibiza are offered as charters and as part of vacation packages from various operators around the world—especially in Western Europe. It is a good idea to check for this kind of airfare to Ibiza before simply booking direct with one of the airlines.

Any flight to Ibiza will land at the island’s only airport (IATA code IBZ), which also serves the nearby island of Formentera. It was with the 1958 opening of this airport, alongside one of the most famous party beaches in the world (Playa den Bossa) as well as the availability of very cheap flights to Ibiza that attracted thousands of hippies and free spirits during the 1960s and ushered in the tradition of the island’s hedonistic parties and mass nightclub tourism.

Once you fly to Ibiza you will find a variety of services to help you get to your final destination. Ibiza Town is only four miles away, and Playa den Bossa is even closer. Taxis to hotels and apartments in these two areas are quite inexpensive. A taxi to other parts of the island can be pricey, so you might consider bus transportation to places like San Antonio, San Juan, Santa Eulalia, and Portinatx.

While there are Ibiza flights from a great many European cities, the largest number of cheap flights to Ibiza will be found in the United Kingdom. Ibiza is one of the number one destinations for holidays among young people in England, Scotland, and Wales. Raving all night at the parties and nightclubs on the island is almost a de rigueur rite of passage that most young people strive to achieve before reaching the age of 30. This holds true also for young people in Spain and Germany, and is one of the reasons that the Eden Nightclub in San Antonio has a dress code banning football (soccer to Americans) shirts. Combine mass quantities of alcohol at all night parties with avid football fans from rival European cities, and you have the potential for fights. In fact, some European football fans fly to Ibiza on charter flights designed especially for them.

Look for Ibiza flights that are offered as components of vacation packages that usually include accommodations in hotels or apartments and often tickets to at least one of the nightclubs. Cities like Amsterdam and Rome also often have good deals on flights to Ibiza. More and more often, you will be able to find these kinds of deals and packages available from operators in the United States. Bear in mind that 85 percent of all air traffic occurs during a six month period each year. In the off season, you have fewer choices of what cities you can fly from.

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