Ibiza

Ferry tickets to Ibiza

Ibiza, or Eivissa in Catalan, belongs to the Balearic Islands of Spain. Although it is the third largest island of the complex, it is for sure the first in terms of popularity.

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Ibiza, the land of fun

Ibiza, or Eivissa in Catalan, belongs to the Balearic Islands of Spain. Although it is the third largest island of the complex, it is for sure the first in terms of popularity. It’s a party temple, a famous tourist destination for young people from all over the world, who love clubbing.
The island is full of idyllic beaches and impressive monuments. It’s a destination for everyone, even if you are seeking a place to relax and have a laid-back holiday. Its relaxed lifestyle made it a very popular destination for hippies. If you want to travel to Ibiza by boat, book ferry tickets at Let’s Ferry

Seaview landscape in Ibiza


Attractions in Ibiza
- The Dalt Vila is the Old Town of Ibiza that has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 
- Visit the necropolis Museu i necròpolis des Puig des Molins (Monographic Museum and Punic Necropolis of Puig des Molins).
- The Castell d'Eivissa is a medieval castle with panoramic sea views.
- See the enormous gate Portal de ses Taules, that leads to the narrow alleys of the Old Town.
- Visit the Hippy Market of Es Cana. Shop handmade jewellery, decorative items, handbags, clothes and many items from all over the world. 

Beaches in Ibiza
- Benirras
 is a beach in San Miguel, with blue waters. Have a drink at the chiringuitos, which is the local name for the bars. You can rent sunbeds and umbrellas. 
- The Cala Bassa is set in a heavenly scenery with turquoise waters and golden sand. It is organized and very close to San Antonio. 
- Talamanca is an exotic beach with thin sand and transparent waters. It is partly organized and has restaurants and cafes. 
- The Cala D'Hort has shallow waters and on windy days you can enjoy surfing. Visit one of the seaside restaurants in the area to try paella with fish. 

Activities in Ibiza
- Scuba diving, sup, kayak
and snorkelling at San Antonio beach.
- Horse riding to explore the beaches and the hills of the island. You can rent a horse at the city centre. 
- Indulge in Spanish gourmet cuisine. Try Sobrasada, a sausage with soft pork and paprika. The famous Bullit De Peix is a fish stew.
- Book your spot on a boat that leaves from San Antonio, to enjoy the sunset on board. 
- Visit the Es Vedra, a rock which, according to legend, is part of the lost Atlantis. According to another theory, this is the “Island of the Sirens” which is mentioned in the Odyssey. You can reach the rock by boat, which you will take from Ibiza or San Antonio.

Access to Ibiza: The port is in San Antonio. You can get there by car, bus, plane or ferry. The airport is 3 km away. 
Only in Ibiza: Ibiza wouldn’t be a party island without a disco bus. It’s a bus service that runs from June to September and stops at San Antonio, Ibiza and Playa d'en Bossa. The bus makes a stop at all big clubs and at every spot carrying a «Discobus» designation sign. Book ferry tickets to Ibiza with Let’s Ferry.

Information about the port of Ibiza

The port is connected to Barcelona, Valencia, Denia, Palma de Mallorca and Formentera.
Facilities at Ibiza’s port:
 Free Wi-Fi, ATM, taxis, luggage storage, cafe, car, scooter and boat rentals, sea taxis, free and paid parking. 

Useful phones, Ibiza:
Port: 
+34 971 310 611
Hospital: +34 971 397 000
Police: +34 971 398 831
Coast guard: +34 900 202 202