Bus number 10 runs every 20 minutes from 06.20 to 00.20 in summer between the airport, Ibiza Town, San Jorge and the port.
Bus number 10B runs every 20 minutes from 06.20 to 00.20 in summer between the airport, Ibiza Town and Playa d’en Bossa.
The journey time takes about 30 minutes.
A night bus runs every hour from 01.50 to 05.50 during July and August.
Buses run every hour from 07.20 to 23.20 during the winter.
Buses run to all of Ibiza’s main resorts for less than 2 euros per journey.
Ferries sail to Formentera about every 30 minutes.
Taxis are available from the terminal forecourt.
The journey time to Ibiza Town takes about 20 minutes.
The average fare to Ibiza Town is 15 euros.
The average fare to Playa d’en Bossa is 10 euros.
The average fare to San Antonio is 25 euros.
Taxi queues are very long during the summer season from mid-July to mid-September.
Car parking can be found opposite the terminal.
Car hire is available at the airport.
Flights to Ibiza Airport
It’s more than just a dancefloor. Book a flight to Ibiza Airport for chilled-out towns, brilliant beaches and a sprinkling of history.
Ibiza is a pro when it comes to beaches. Over in the west, ravers recover on San Antonio’s sand. In the east, the oversized sunglasses crowd flaunt their designer credentials on Santa Eulalia Beach. And in the south, the all-hours clubbing scene plays out on Playa d’en Bossa’s sandy stretch. But take a flight to Ibiza Airport and you’ll also find market stalls selling kaftans in every colour, and yoga retreats where it’s all about salutations to the sun. Ibiza’s trump card, though, has to be its capital. In Ibiza Town, the feel is one part clubbing to two parts culture. It’s here you’ll find the neon-lit mecca that is Pacha and an old town huddled inside 16th-century walls.