Temperatures average 26-32𐩑C in summer. July-August are the hotter months in Ibiza with each month averaging of 13 hours of daylight. Water temperatures can reach up to 26𐩑C in peak summer.
Peak season in Ibiza is July – August, but clubs and events are open from June-September. So if you’re looking to save some money, try June or September for your Ibiza clubbing holiday 2020. Ibiza’s events begin in JUNE so if you’re looking to begin your summer like a professional partier as well as get a cheaper deal then book now and kick start your summer in the clubbing capital of the world. When visiting Ibiza you definitely don’t want to miss out, so get the lads and girls signed up for partying! We have organised the best events so that there is never a dull moment. To experience Ibiza to its fullest then we recommend flying over between JULY and AUGUST and joining the biggest party holiday going. Ibiza promises partying all year round so although the events end in September, visiting Ibiza is always a good idea!
These are all of the airports in the UK that we’re flying to Ibiza from in 2022 in partnership with Jet2.
For travel to Ibiza you need to have travel and medical insurance; you never know what can happen on a night out! Although it’s not a substitute for insurance, it is also a good idea to get yourself a free European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) before you head out to Ibiza. It potentially entitles you to any medical treatment should it be necessary during your trip (whilst Great Britain is part of the EU) so don’t forget it when you’re packing. It’s worth noting that the EHIC will not cover you if you require ongoing medical treatment, so if you take medication long term be sure to bring enough with you in case there are any unforeseen delays to your flight home. Find out more here.
The hospital in Ibiza is called Can Misses which is located near Ibiza Town. There are a number of healthcare centres in Ibiza if you need one for smaller emergencies. In San Antonio it’s at Ses Sequies, 6 and there’s one in Ibiza Town and Santa Eulalia depending upon where you’re staying. Just don’t forget your EHIC.
You won’t need a visa to travel to Ibiza, but you will need a valid passport. Make sure that your passport is valid before you leave, and will remain valid for the duration of your stay. If your holiday is coming to an end before you’re ready to return home, you are permitted to stay in Ibiza for up to three months. Any longer and you would have to apply for a residence permit.
The emergency number in Ibiza is 112. If you need to speak to the police and your Spanish isn’t fluent then call 902 102 112 to report the crime. If there’s a safe in your room it’s always a good idea to put your valuables in there.
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 as well. 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.
It’s definitely worth checking out the government’s advice when travelling to Ibiza, particularly if it’s your first holiday away from parents.
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