Ibiza is the third largest of the Balearic islands and the second most populated after Mallorca, in fact it has an area of 571 sq km and a population of over 110,000 inhabitants.
The island is located 75 km east of the Iberian Peninsula, in front of Denia, 140 km southeast of the island of Majorca, and north of that of Formentera.
The coasts of the island are rocky, full of ravines and with sandy stretches, the island is famous above all for its nightlife, much loved especially by the youngest, but the beauty of its beaches should not be overlooked.
Ibiza in addition to transgression and extravagance, reserves corners of art and history not to be overlooked.
HOW TO GET THERE: FLIGHTS
This is the most famous and tourist island of the Balearic islands. Therefore the island is well served by an international airport, that of Sant Jordi. The airport is located about 7 km south-west of the cities of Ibiza and 5 km from that of Sant Jordi (Airport code: IBZ). Ibiza Airport is connected with direct flights to most European countries. The main Spanish company, Iberia has numerous flights to the Balearics. Among the low cost airlines that land in Ibiza are the Spanish Vueling, Ryanair and EasyJet and many others. The frequency of flights increases considerably during the summer period.
HOW TO GET THERE: FERRIES
The island of Ibiza is connected by frequent ferry services with mainland Spain, the following shipping companies make connections between Spain and the island of Ibiza: Acciona-Trasmediterranea: Barcelona, Valencia, Denia, Alicante.
There are also numerous connections with the other Balearic islands. Generally they are daily scheduled ferries that connect Ibiza with the other islands: Trasmapi: Formentera (Crossing in 25 minutes). Mediterranea Pitiusa SL: Formentera. Iscomar: Formentera. Cape Balear de Cruceros: Cala Rajada (Majorca). Baleària Eurolínies Marítimes: Formentera, Palma de Mallorca. Acciona-Trasmediterranea: Majorca.