Blending unbridles hedonism, breathtaking natural beauty and laid-back Balearic charm, ‘The White Island’ is unique and intoxicating, a sun-washed paradisical gem set amongst the sparkling waters of the Mediterranean.
Although its reputation as one of the world’s best clubbing destinations is certainly well-founded and its legendary all-night parties are a must experience when visiting the island, there is much more to Ibiza than just nightlife, and those who scratch below the surface will find a fascinating and complex tapestry of history, spirituality and culture.
Ibiza is at its best during the summer months when the weather is warm and clear and the nightlife is in full swing. However, to avoid the soaring prices and dense crowds of the peak season, visit during late May/Early June or mid-September.
If you are travelling from the UK, between May and October a number of airlines including, Vueling, Ryanair, Iberia, and EasyJet, operate daily direct flights to Ibiza from across the country.
We recommend a minimum of 5 days.
No, UK citizens travelling to the EU for holiday purposes are not currently required to obtain a VISA. However, you must ensure that you have travel insurance with full healthcare cover and that your passport is valid for a minimum of six months.