Depending on which Ibiza hotel you select, you may spend your days in a peaceful pocket of the island – or in Party Central. We've selected a range of hotels to suit your ultimate Ibiza holiday.
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Flight time from London
2 hrs 35 mins
Distance from London
Ibiza became a popular holiday destination for many reasons – including breathtaking beaches and a tireless party scene. Plus, you can even fly to Ibiza during the winter with British Airways to experience laid-back island life like a local. Whether you plan to spend your time on the Mediterranean coast, at medieval monuments or in animated nightclubs, you can arrive to this welcoming island destination in less than three hours.
Book your flights with British Airways to begin your ultimate Ibiza holiday. Although you can party hearty in the south of the island, there is plenty more scenery to see and history to learn throughout. Ibiza draws crowds of young party-goers for unparalleled nightlife, but the island offers interesting daytime activities, too – if you can muster the energy. Since the region prides itself on great gastronomy, make sure to pack some treats or salt from the local Las Salinas flats, to take back home with our generous luggage allowance.
The flight from London to Ibiza is 2 hours and 20 minutes. British Airways provides several direct flights from London to Ibiza, so you can fly from London Heathrow (LHR) or London City (LCY) to arrive in Ibiza (IBZ).
The cheapest months to fly to Ibiza are between October and April. Peak season on the island is from June to August. To find the cheapest flights to Ibiza, use our low fare finder.
Ibiza may be known for its legendary parties and all-night raves, but there’s much more to the White Isle than meets the eye. If you book your flights in the lower season, you’ll enjoy milder temperatures and a more chilled atmosphere. The island of Formentera is just a 30 minute ferry ride from Ibiza and is popular with people looking for a slower pace and peaceful beaches. Ibiza can definitely be done on a budget with a bit of extra planning.
Ibiza’s airport is just five miles from Ibiza Town and is connected to it by a regular bus service, which costs around €3.50 per journey. Buses connect the island’s major towns like San Antonio and Santa Eulalia. Ibiza’s small size means that taxis are relatively affordable. Expect to pay €15-30 for most journeys – but be warned, queues during the summer months can be quite long. The best way to get around Ibiza is by car, giving you flexibility to explore the island and head to more remote areas.
Book car hire with British Airways, and receive great benefits – with all mandatory charges included and 24-hour customer support. You will collect Avios on every rental.
Known as The White Isle for its white sandy beaches and aquamarine waters, Ibiza has so much more to offer than its reputation as a party destination. In the peak of summer, the world’s best DJs make appearances at clubs in Ibiza, but that’s only one facet to this picturesque island getaway. Go off the beaten track and you’ll discover yoga, retreats, rural beach huts, secluded beaches and incredible local seafood.
Discover outstanding service from the moment you book. Choose to fly with hand baggage only or pick a price that includes a 23kg checked baggage allowance and free seat selection 24 hours before you fly. Onboard you’ll find clean, sanitised seats, HEPA-filtered air, quality on-board catering and a warm, uniquely British welcome.
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Which cabins can I book when I fly to Ibiza?
You can fly economy or business class when you fly from London to Ibiza.
Fly in the economy (Euro Traveller) cabin for good value. You can select your seats in advance for an extra fee; otherwise wait to choose your seats when online check-in opens 24 hours before your flight.
When you travel in our business (Club Europe) cabin, you can access our comfortable London Gatwick and London Heathrow departure lounges before your flight. You will also be granted priority boarding before you settle into a smaller, more private cabin. Enjoy more spacious seating along with complimentary food and beverages during your flight.
Our Ibiza hints and tips will have you feeling like a local in no time.
In Ibiza tipping is not mandatory; but because tourists frequent the area, tipping is often expected for good service. When you dine in a restaurant, a 10% tip will suffice. For drinks at the bar, simply round up the price. Include tips for taxi drivers, your hotel cleaners and additional hotel staff in your budget.
There is always a beach to enjoy in Ibiza. Swimming and sandy beach strolls aside, you can also make your way to the old Ibiza Town. Here you can wander through the narrow, cobbled streets and admire the medieval architecture without spending a cent.
Ibiza’s summer lasts from May until October. The weather is warmest from June – September, and highs peak over 30°C in July and August. You will want to pack a light jacket in May, June and September. Come winter (November to April), the average daytime temperature sits at 15°C, although it can climb to 25°C.
Grand Palladium White Island Resort & Spa is the place to be in Ibiza. The resort sits in the middle of Playa d’en Bossa, has three on-site bars, and a mini golf course. When you’re ready to explore more, check out the nearby beach clubs.Book a stay
Search for traditional Ibizan foods. Sobrasada is a starter made from minced pork, mixed with paprika and other seasoning, and it’s generally served on fresh bread. Meat lovers will enjoy Sofrit Pages, a dish that combines lamb, chicken, pork, potatoes and the aforementioned sobrasada.
Spend a day on the water, admiring the marvellous Mediterranean island from the sea. You can book a tour aboard a party boat or charter a yacht.