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Tips for First-Time Travellers to Ibiza
Don’t be put off by Ibiza’s party reputation
Ibiza is well-known for its nightclubs and shows from world-famous DJs. If you enjoy partying, you can’t go wrong with an airfare to Ibiza. However, there is so much more to the island beyond its nightlife. Ibiza has some gorgeous beaches, a charming old town, and snorkelling to enjoy when you have return flights to Ibiza.
Each neighbourhood of Ibiza has a completely different personality
If you want to be near all the bars and action, plan to stay in Ibiza Town or San Antonio after your flights to Ibiza land. For a quieter and more laid-back experience, plan to stay in Santa Eularia des Riu in the island’s east. The northern neighbourhood of Playa de Portinatx has scenic beaches and exciting nightlife, but on a much smaller scale than Ibiza’s party neighbourhoods.
Taste the local dishes
Spain has a unique cuisine that you must experience when you arrive on your cheap flights to Ibiza. Popular dishes to try after your flights to Ibiza include paella, tortilla de patata, fideua, and bullit de peix.
Landmarks and Monuments You Can’t Miss
Translating to English as ‘upper town,’ Dalt Vila is the old town of Ibiza. The neighbourhood is located on a tall hill with views over the Mediterranean. Dalt Vila is the most charming area to explore after your cheap flights to Ibiza, with cobblestone streets, cathedrals, and walls surrounding the neighbourhood.
Ibiza’s Hippy Market is a popular spot to go for live music, shopping, and food stalls. There are several hippy markets to visit when you have return flights to Ibiza, with the most popular ones being Las Dalias and Punta Arabi.
Es Vedra is a small island located a short distance off Ibiza. According to legend, the rocky island was the birthplace of the Phoenician goddess Tanit and is also home to mermaids. The most prominent feature of Es Vedra is a tall limestone cliff that reaches 413 metres tall. When you have tickets to Ibiza, take a day trip to Es Vedra to enjoy hikes among beautiful scenery, spot some native wildlife, and go snorkelling.
Can Marca Caves
The Can Marca Caves are a beautiful spot to explore in the north of the island. Centuries ago, the caves were used as a spot for smugglers and pirates to stash their goods. Today, visitors with flights to Ibiza can walk through the caves to see the stalagmites and stalactites and learn about their history.
The clothing to pack for your cheap flights to Ibiza can vary a bit based on the time of year you’ll be visiting. While weather cools down between December and March, daytime temperatures are still about 15°C. Pack some jeans and a light jacket that you can wear when it cools down at night. The rest of the year is ideal beach weather for visitors with airfare to Ibiza. Pack swimsuits, sandals, sunglasses, and a hat. There are some great hiking opportunities throughout Ibiza, so pack a pair of sturdy shoes for your flights to Ibiza to take advantage of these trails.
The Cost of Visiting
After booking your return flights to Ibiza, use Webjet to book your hotel. There are a variety of accommodation options across the different areas of Ibiza, with prices averaging between $100 to $150 AUD per night. After your flights to Ibiza land, you can catch a bus from Ibiza Airport (IBZ) to Ibiza Town for about €3.50 ($5.50 AUD).
Once you arrive to town after your cheap flights to Ibiza, the majority of remaining expenses will likely go toward food and drinks. A meal from a mid-range local restaurant costs about €10 ($15.80 AUD); however, you’ll find plenty of upscale options throughout Ibiza as well. After your flights to Ibiza, you can grab a coffee for about €1.50 ($2.35 AUD) and a local beer for about €3 ($4.75 AUD).