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What’s on in Ibiza?
If you’re a foodie, there’s no better time to book flights to Ibiza than during Patrimoni Gastronomic. Throughout February and March, 11 restaurants serving different cuisines take part. Each restaurant serves a unique three-course menu that perfectly reflects its theme and culture. If you plan return flights to Ibiza during the event, head to a few of the participating restaurants to taste what they have on offer. During Patrimoni Gastronomic, you can hone your Spanish cooking skills in cooking classes that take place around town.
Ibiza’s annual Medieval Festival transports visitors back to Europe’s medieval period. Over four days, vibrant celebrations recreate the culture of the Middle Ages. There are parades, street parties, music, and children’s activities. Another element of the festival is a market where you can purchase medieval-style crafts and food while being entertained by street performers. If you want to join in on the old-world fun, look into cheap flights to Ibiza for the second weekend in May.
Festes de la Terra
Festes de la Terra is one of the most popular events to hit Ibiza each year. The 10-day festival honours Ibiza’s patron saints, Santa María and Sant Ciriac. During Festes de la Terra, Ibiza Town comes alive with all sorts of activity and excitement. If your flights to Ibiza fall during the event, you can expect to see fireworks, outdoor concerts, parades, traditional dancing, and sporting competitions. To experience the excitement of Festes de la Terra, book your tickets to Ibiza for early August.
What are the best things to do in Ibiza?
Spend a day at Cala Saladeta
It’s no secret that Ibiza is home to some incredible beaches. In fact, more than 80 beaches make up the island’s picture-perfect coastline. The beaches around Ibiza Town are pretty, but visiting them means being surrounded by hoards of other sand-seeking tourists. If you’re looking for a quieter experience while holidaying on flights to Ibiza, drive about 30 minutes north to Cala Saladeta. Even though it isn’t far from town, it benefits from being secluded and away from the main hub of tourists. To get to the beach, you’ll need to hike down a rocky path. Once you reach the sand, you’ll be rewarded with stunning Mediterranean views and snorkelling opportunities.
Wander the streets of Dalt Vila
The Old Town of Ibiza is called Dalt Vila. Dalt Vila is a fortified area that rises over the rest of Ibiza Town on a small mountain. After it was founded about 2,500 years ago, Dalt Vila became one of the Mediterranean’s most important coastal cities. Between your return flights to Ibiza, take time to wander through Dalt Vila’s narrow streets and laneways. You’ll discover city gates, Plaza de Vila, and Nuestra Señora de las Nieves cathedral. Dalt Vila also provides one of the most stunning views you’ll come across while holidaying on cheap flights to Ibiza.
Take a day trip to Formentera
When you book airfare to Ibiza, consider heading off-island for a day to experience another side to Spain's Balearic Islands. Formentera is a small isle off the south coast of Ibiza, accessible by a 40-minute ferry ride. While Ibiza is famous for its party scene and glamourous beachfront resorts, Formentera lays claim to a quiet and relaxed vibe. Once you reach Formentera, rent some bikes and start exploring. Be sure to check out the Sea Salines, Ca Na Costa, Sant Francesc Xavier, and the eight kilometre-long Platja Migjorn beach.
What is the best way to get around Ibiza?
While Ibiza isn’t a large island, the beaches and villages are fairly spread out. If you plan on sticking to the main town between your return flights to Ibiza, you should have no trouble getting around on foot. However, much of the island’s beauty lies outside of Ibiza Town. While holidaying on flights to Ibiza, take advantage of public buses that travel between Ibiza Town and other villages. During the off-season, only a few bus routes operate across the island. Then between May and October, 22 additional bus routes are added as tourists flock to the popular Mediterranean island. If you book airfare to Ibiza during the peak season, you can catch buses to popular spots like Santa Eularia, Sant Antoni, and Portinatx. Tickets to Ibiza buses cost €3.50 ($5.70 AUD).
If you book cheap flights to Ibiza outside of high season, the best way to get around is by motorbike or car. Ibiza has winding roads, many of which are unsealed, so only rent a motorbike if you’re experienced. Rental cars are available to book through Webjet and can be picked up from Ibiza Airport (IBZ). Booking a rental car to accompany your flights to Ibiza will offer extra freedom to explore places off the beaten path.