Ibiza Airport is the main airport for the island of Ibiza and 85% of all passengers arrive between May and October each year. With car hire from Ibiza Airport, it is an easy 7 km drive to the Ibiza Town via the E20. Ibiza is known for being a party island primarily, but it is becoming more popular as a family destination and attracting a more international mix of tourists.
Ibiza Airport is small but has all the basic facilities you could need. There are 2 ATMs and a currency exchange office for those extra Euros and there is a post office and a pharmacy. The airport has a tourist information office to help you find out more about the island and airport information desks if you need assistance. There are 8 shops at the airport where you can buy anything form sweets to music and duty free goods. Souvenirs and gifts can be bought at Hippy Market and I love Ibiza outlets. If you need to eat, there are 6 food outlets. You can eat at Henry J Bean’s, snack at Illy Cafe or have a drink at Medas. Ibiza is mostly known for its nightlife and club culture. By day tourist sleep on the beach and by night they hit the clubs and bars. You will find West End in San Antonio and in Ibiza Town, Pacha, Amnesia and Cafe del Mar which attract the best DJs in the world. If clubbing is not your thing, there are still plenty of things to do in Ibiza. In Ibiza Town, you can explore the old town and port, a UNESCO heritage site and popular stopping point for cruise liners. In the old town you will also find the 14th century cathedral of Santa Maria d’Eivissa.
Out and about with your car hire in Ibiza, you can visit the party town of San Antonio or head for the beaches and try water sports at Cala Bossa. Try out your Spanish and shop at the markets in Es Canar and San Carlos or head for the pretty town of Santa Eularia des Riu. You take a boat trip to Formentera, a tranquil and unspoilt island for some peace and relaxation. Finally, discover the natural beauty of Ibiza at the Se Salines Nature Park and visit the largest natural caves on the island at Cova de can Marca.