Ibiza-turismo

Discover Ibiza

   

¡Hello Spaneasiers! Summer is the most wonderful time of the year, as you already know. So today, we want to leave you some interesting information about one of the star destinations to travel this summer: ¡Ibiza!

Ibiza is one of the most beautiful islands belonging to the archipelago of the Balearic Islands that has much to offer its visitors: Beautiful natural parks, calm coastlines with turquoise waters and beautiful cliffs, endless party nights, traditional villages, select atmospheres, delicious typical dishes and the most beautiful sunsets of the Mediterranean. Ibiza is all this and much more, so find it out in this post!

An island full of possibilities

Ibiza is an important reference worldwide due to its intense nightlife and she  enjoys a great reputation thanks to its nightclubs and important clubs that attract numerous tourists from all over the world.

Despite what it may seem, Ibiza has much more to offer its visitors than lively endless nights, as it also has beautiful coves and beaches for those who seek tranquility and contact with nature, find their place on the island.

Accommodation

One of the main problems of Ibiza is accommodation. Hotel and apartment prices are very high due to high demand, so our advice is to book it in advance.

The Weather

Ibiza has a pleasant Mediterranean climate characteristic for its high temperatures during the summer and the softness of the winter months thanks to the sea. Any time of year is good to travel to Ibiza but, if you have the possibility to choose, we recommend the months from May to July!

The Prices

Prices in Ibiza are not too high compared to those in Madrid or Barcelona. Ibiza shows somewhat high prices in terms of accommodation and nightclub tickets, but the prices of bars and restaurants are similar to those of many tourist destinations. Tickets to the island’s nightclubs increase their price significantly depending on the party being held.

Documentation needed to travel to Ibiza

Nationals of all countries of the European Union can access Spain without a visa, carrying only the National Identity Card or the passport in force. The countries of the European Union are as follows: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Denmark, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, United Kingdom, Czech Republic, Romania and Sweden.

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