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Arrival Airport: Ibiza

About Ibiza

Ibiza has been famous for its 18-30 clubbing scene for decades. With some of best superclubs in the world you will never be bored. The summer season starts at the end of May until early October with the legendary closing parties. Although the clubs are expensive you can find great pre-club drink deals in San Antonio on the main strip. There’s epic beach clubs, sunset parties and more beaches than you’ll know what do with. To help ensure you have a trouble free holiday experience check out the following information in our essential travel advice guide:

When to go to Ibiza

Jet out to Ibiza off peak for a lesser cost in May or October and you can expect about half of the events and clubs to be open. However in October there are many legendary closing parties, but you can’t rely on the weather then. As Ibiza peaks in July and August, your travel costs are more expensive but there will be so many events to choose from you’ll have trouble finding time for them all! Lots of people go in September as most the epic club nights are still on and it’s still tanning weather.

Weather in Ibiza

When the average temperature is over 20 degrees at night you know that when the sun actually comes up it’s going to be a scorcher. The summer months are high 20’s and there’s a minimum of 12 hours of daylight, so it’s a good job the parties don’t sleep either!

Health & Safety

For travel to Ibiza you need to have travel and medical insurance; you never know what can happen on a night out! Although this won’t cover you it’s a good idea to get a free European Health Insurance card (EHIC) which will mean you have access to medical treatment that you might need during your trip. 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.

Passport & Visas

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 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.

Police & Security

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. Or if you’re in a hotel then they might have them at reception.

ATM's & Currency

If you are worried about bringing all your spending money in cash, do not fear; there are a number of other ways you can pay and protect your cash. 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. A number of clubs, bars and restaurants allow you to pay by card, however, not everywhere does, 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.