Ibiza is the original girls and lads clubbing holiday paradise. The biggest acts and DJs visit the island every single summer and there must be a reason why 2 million tourists visit every single year: white beaches, the best clubs in the world and copious amounts of sun. See our best-value accommodation for singles, couples and groups at San Antonio and Playa D'en Bossa. Search now to find the cheapest deals for your ultimate Ibiza party holiday.
GENERAL RELEASE PACKAGES NOW LIVE
Ibiza 2024 is looking like the biggest summer ever! The first release events include 5 of the biggest events from the summer 23 season and there’s still lots more to be announced.
Our First Release Packages sold out in record-breaking time!! Our General Release Event Packages are now live but they are very limited so BOOK NOW to secure your place on the best events in Ibiza.
Oh and did we mention you will go down in history for being part of the biggest summer yet celebrating 10 years of Party Hard Travel!!!!
Ibiza is a little bit different to some of our other destinations as it is busy no matter when you go in the season. However, there are times that are busier and hotter than others. July, August and September tend to be the busiest months in Ibiza, with July and August also seeing the hottest temperatures, what a winning combination. Check out our busiest and cheapest times to go below:
The cheapest time to visit Ibiza will be in the early season. If you’re looking for a real bargain the end of May or beginning of June will be ideal when searching for your perfect Ibiza holiday.
Ibiza gets really busy July through September. This is when the clubs are packed and the pool parties are full of people in their best swimwear. The prices for your holiday may be a little higher here, but the experience will undeniably be worth it!
Ibiza is a very popular Island to visit and the weather is one of the many reasons (and of course the events). The weather in Ibiza in the summer months on average is in the high 20s to 30s, sometimes even hitting the high 30s. The weather in Ibiza is typical for any Mediterranean island, and that means long hot summers. July and August sees the highest temperatures in Ibiza with the average hours of sunshine a day reaching up to 11 hours. Plus, the average mm of rainfall during these months is very low, with July being just 5mm, so the chance of rain is pretty slim! If you’re going to be partying make sure you follow these simple steps to keep yourself safe in the sun:
Drink plenty of water – nobody wants a trip to the medical centre due to dehydration.
Make sure you wear sun protection, particularly during daytime events where you might be under the sun for long periods of time, sunburn can ruin any holiday.
The nights in Ibiza can be a little cooler compared to some of our other resorts, so Air-Con might not always be needed, but if you do want to get it be aware that most hotels may charge extra for this.
Before you head out to Ibiza, make sure you have adequate travel and medical insurance. Different insurance providers cover for different things, so make sure you read what cover you will get carefully before just going for the cheapest option – nobody wants to be hit with a big medical bill for a minor accident.
Although this should not be used as a substitute for insurance, you should consider taking a European Health Insurance Card (EHIC). All current EHIC cards are valid until their expiry dates. If your EHIC card has expired you will need to apply for the new Global Health Insurance Card (GHIC). For more information please visit the following uk government advice Visit Europe from 1 January 2021 – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)
In the unfortunate event of you falling ill on holiday, there are a number of places that you can seek medical help in Ibiza. For minor ailments, you can use the chemist and for more serious problems there are a number of medical centres situated around the west-end area which provide a 24-hour service to tourists and locals. Please be advised that most medical centres operate privately, which is why we recommend travel insurance.
You will need an additional 6 months validity on your passport from the end date of your holiday. Plus your passport must not be more than 10 years old. For more info please visit the following government advice Visit Europe from 1 January 2021 – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)
If you are in need of any police assistance, there is a police station located in the San Antonio area of Ibiza. In cases of emergency, dial the emergency number 112 to be put directly through to police. A lot of the hotels in Ibiza have their own security guards, so should you need to report anything in or around your hotel, make sure you go to them.
You will find a number of ATMs in Ibiza, but before you use them, be sure to check with your bank how much they will charge you to withdraw, as most ATMs will charge you a transaction fee. A number of clubs, bars and restaurants allow you to pay by card, however not everywhere will, so be sure to have a combination of cash and card. You can also use prepaid currency cards when you stay which allow you to top up an amount before you leave and budget your spending. There are also new online banks that are perfect for when you go abroad as they allow you to withdraw a certain amount of money and use your card to a certain limit without any extra charges. Some of our reps use these cards too! Check which ones best suit you.
10 min Walk From the Strip
San Antonio Central Location
Pool Parties and more
We have a range of Ibiza Hotels available to cater for both the all night ravers and the sunbathers
We will show you all the flights available from your chosen airports and add them to your order
You can add the Ultimate Events Package to your holiday for a discounted price
We are extremely flexible when it comes to payments. With deposit and payment plans available
Your rep will text you before you arrive in Ibiza with all the information you need on where and when to collect your wristband
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