Ibiza is an extremely popular holiday island with some of the cleanest water in the Mediterranean Sea. Most visitors fly into Ibiza Airport from various world destinations.
However going by ferry to Ibiza could be an enjoyable addition to your Ibiza villa holiday.
Ferries to Ibiza from the Spanish mainland departs from Barcelona, Denia and Valencia. You can furthermore go by ferry to Ibiza from Mallorca and Formentera two other islands in the Balearics.
95% of Ibiza’s 5 millions tourists fly into Ibiza’s Airport from more than 80 world wide destinations. The most popular airlines connecting Ibiza with the world are Air Berlin, EasyJet, British Airways, Britannia Airways, Air Europa, Jet2.com and Condor.
Besides from connecting Ibiza with the other Balearic Islands, direct flights connect Ibiza with Barcelona, Bilbao, Madrid, London-Gatwick, Stuttgart, Zurich, Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Dublin, Geneva, Blackpool, Edinburgh, Leeds/Bradford and many others.
Ibiza’s nickname is “the clubbing capital of the world”, due to its plenty and unique nightspots and the amount of bars and restaurants that can be found all over the island but particularly in all the winding, narrow streets of Ibiza Town.
However if you are more into beach life, atmospheric small villages, tranquil relaxation and stunning nature – an Ibiza villa holiday on the north side of the island will provide you with just that.
San Juan is a really laid back relaxing village in the North. It is still regarded as the hippie headquarter in Ibiza, and it seems to attract people seeking an alternative lifestyle and with interest in philosophy, spirituality and a healthy lifestyle.
Whether you fly or take a ferry to Ibiza you will have plenty of resorts and villas to choose from, as Ibiza has something for everybody. If you want to spoil your family with an Ibiza holiday home in Ibiza Town, this is an option as well.
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