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    Ibiza, Scenic sunsets

    Scenic sunsets

    Secluded coves, unspoilt bays and iconic beaches: Ibiza is the perfect place to while away those sunny days and enjoy some of the best sunsets in Spain.

    Ibiza, The ultimate party destination

    The ultimate party destination

    If it’s nightlife you’re after, you’ve come to the right place! With some of the best clubs in the world, Ibiza will leave a long-lasting impression.

    Party in Ibiza

    Flights to Ibiza

    Ibiza may be famous for its legendary nightlife, incredible views and idyllic sunsets, but there’s so much more to the island than crazy clubs and luxury villas and hotels. Each resort has its own vibe; San Antonio is the popular party hotspot whilst Portinatx is a popular family holiday destination.

    In peak season, Ibiza never seems to rest, with a jam-packed calendar of events to enjoy. However, visitors who delve beneath the wild exterior to discover the wealth of hidden history and culture will not be disappointed. Book your cheap flights to Ibiza with Brussels Airlines today.


    What to do in Ibiza?

    1. Experience the famous Ibizan nightlife. Whether its DJ sets at Ushuaia or all-out shows at Amnesia, every night is party night in Ibiza. Pacha, Pikes and Elrow are other beloved hotspots. Some of the world’s most famous and popular clubs all in one place – what more do you need for a great night?
    2. Let the party live on. Getting wild isn’t just reserved for night-time in Ibiza. If you can’t wait until sunset, hit a daytime pool party at Ocean Beach, Blue Marlin or Nikki Beach.
    3. Explore the island. Get active and adventurous: rent push bikes or quad bikes, or just explore the incredible coast on foot. There are so many great cycling and hiking routes that will allow you to discover Ibiza’s natural beauty and discover the perfect Ibiza sunset.
    4. Hit an Ibiza beach. Of course, relaxing on the golden sands is high on the to-do list, but don’t limit yourself to just one or two. There are countless hidden gems, each with their own special features. Cala Xarraca is great for snorkelling, Las Salinas has a party reputation and Cala Boix is great for clear waters.
    5. Visit the Punta Arabí Hippy Market in Es Canar, every Wednesday during the season (April to October). Here you’ll find a whole host of traditional goods, handmade gifts, souvenirs and street food. The atmosphere is always buzzing and there’s so much to see and do. A great place to treat yourself to a holiday memento.
    6. Do some water sports. A great option for family holidays, you can find everything from jet skiing to paragliding on offer on the beaches around the island. There are also a number of popular cliff-jumping sites for those who are feeling brave, such as Cala Tarida or Cala Salada.
    7. Head to Formentera. This favourite day-trip destination is famed for its stunning beaches and snorkelling. Much more laid back than its sister island, getting from Ibiza to Formentera is just a matter of taking a short boat trip from Ibiza Town port.

    Practical information for your trip to Ibiza

    • Brussels Airlines flights to Ibiza land at Ibiza Airport, which is 7 km from Ibiza Town and 19 km from San Antonio Bay. The public bus network is inexpensive and can get you to most of the resorts on the island, although you may have to change in one of the bigger places if you’re staying somewhere remote. Taxis are available and are metered.
    • Current local time in Ibiza:  
    • Currency: Euro. Many places will accept credit cards, but having some cash on you is always a good idea for smaller places.
    • Telephone calls and Wi-Fi: The telephone code is +34. There are also a number of free Wi-Fi spots around the island.
    • Electric sockets: Type C and F. Spain operates on a 230 V supply voltage and 50 Hz.
    • Travel Information: Spain is an EU member and has signed the Schengen agreement. Therefore, many travellers will only need a passport or appropriate ID card to enter the country and don’t require a visa for stays less than 90 days. You can find more information here: www.iatatravelcentre.com.
    • Vaccinations: No vaccinations are required to visit Ibiza. For more health information visit: www.iatatravelcentre.com.

    Dos and Don’ts in Ibiza

    • Do see more than just the party scene. Whilst Ibiza’s fame may be in large part thanks to its incredible nightlife, the island has so much more to offer than just clubs and cocktails, including a beautiful old town that’s the perfect place to recover from the night before.
    • Do keep an eye out for the cameras! With shows like Ibiza Weekender being filmed on the island, who knows if you’ll end up on TV.
    • Don’t be surprised if you see a few famous faces on your Ibiza holiday. Ibiza is hugely popular with stars and celebs because of everything it has to offer.
    • Don’t miss out on trying the amazing restaurants. Whilst the night out culture tends to go hand-in-hand with fast food, Ibiza has some incredible restaurants, both traditional and modern.

    Local phrases & essential vocabulary

    Whilst plenty of people on the island speak English, the most widely spoken languages are Spanish and Catalan. Learning a few key phrases in both can be really useful.

    • Hello: Hola
    • Good morning/good day: Buenos días - Bones dies
    • Good afternoon: Buenas tardes – Bona tarda
    • Good night: Buena noches - Bona nit
    • Please: Por favor - Si us plau
    • Thank you: Gracias - Gràcies
    • Yes: Sí - Si
    • No: No
    • Where is… : Dónde está… - On està ...
    • How are you?: Qué tal? - Què tal?
    • I want… : Quiero… - Vull
    • Water: Agua - Aigua
    • Beer: Cerveza - Cervesa
    • The bill: La cuenta - El compte

    Cultural events in Ibiza

    • Ibiza Rocks. A summer-long event, Ibiza Rocks combines music-festival-style concerts, pool parties and wild raves in a series of events which have come to epitomise the island’s atmosphere. Book early to avoid disappointment.
    • Summer cinema screenings. A number of places, such as Amante Movie Nights or Cinema Paradiso Ibiza, host outdoor screenings of films. Watch your favourite movie and relax under the stars.
    • Ibiza Carnival: make the most of the island’s mild winter climate and enjoy parties for adults and children, concerts, activities and colourful street parades.

    When to go to Ibiza?

    When to visit Ibiza depends on what you want to do. Club opening parties usually begin in May and the first closing parties are in September, so if you’re looking to party, these are good dates for your Ibiza calendar. Peak season also falls between those two time periods, with many places on the island closing over the winter. Temperatures are fairly pleasant all year round, averaging double digits even in winter.

    What to eat in Ibiza

    • Seafood – Ibiza has some incredible seafood restaurants, and dishes like paella or fideua, a kind of paella made with pasta, are particularly good.
    • Menu del día – As lunch is usually the biggest meal in Spain, a menu del día is a popular choice for many locals. Usually a three-course meal chosen from a set menu, with bread and a drink included, you can find them as cheap as €10 depending on the resort and restaurant. This is a great way to try traditional and typical cuisine.
    • Calamares rellenos de sobrasada – two of the island’s specialities, combined. Calamares, or squid, stuffed with a spiced, cured sausage, sobrasada. A delicious if indulgent snack.

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