A detailed guide for Ibiza Island
This article is for all those Ibiza lovers, who have never been on the craziest party island in the world.
The moment I sit to write down about the endless marathons, the image of Ibiza Town pops up in my mind – a party centre, where everyone comes to have fun in the hours when the “normal” people are sleeping, working or dealing with their everyday routine.
The luxuriant scenery, the ceaseless fiestas, the most incredible sound and DJs, the magical VIP zones raised high above the tables and with a view to a sea of people, the dancers and the foam shooting – even the boldest fantasies become reality here!
Drawing a comparison with Las Vegas is frequent and logical since the concept of a small island, offering endless entertainment nights and exploding fun, is exactly as scandalous as building a Disneyland for adults in the middle of the Nevada desert.
My party adrenaline starts raising high in line with the BPM of the sets aired on the Ibiza Global Radio, and as the saying goes – one piece and you re there!
How to get there?
Ibiza Airport services the Balearic Islands – Ibiza and the nearby Formentera. It is located 7 km southwest of our target. There are many different flight options, according to your starting location.
From the moment you set foot on the ground you will feel the party spirit of this wild island. All billboards at the airport invite you to the forthcoming parties at some of the coolest clubs – Amnesia, Space, Privilege… At the exits you are welcomed by suited cheerful nutters, who give you a wad of flyers chanting “Arriba, arribaaaaa!”
Expenses at Ibiza
The stay at Ibiza Island is connected with many expenses. Of course, the budget is an individual matter, but there are things you cannot skip, if you are here for some real fun.
The cost of a night-stay varies from EUR 50 per room to several hundreds of euro a night at a five-star hotel or a luxurious complex.
The entrance fees to clubs like Space and Amnesia start at EUR 30 and reach EUR 100. If you make an advance online purchase, the price can be even half lower. Drinks cost EUR 15-20 a glass, while water – about EUR 10.
The beach bars have more affordable prices, almost half cheaper.
When it comes to food, there are many options – from hamburgers and fries for EUR 5 to Mediterranean meals for EUR 30 at the restaurants, or you may simply go to the local supermarket and spend around EUR 15 for weekly food supplies.
The basic means of transport at the island is the taxi. Although the cabs are rather costly, there seems to be a deficit in the peak of the season. The distance between the Ibiza Town and San Antonio (about 15 km) costs around EUR 40.