Ibiza is one of the five Balearic Islands off the Western coast of Spain - best known, of course, for its
year-round sun, sea, sand and clubbing.
Every summer the place is mobbed by the young and beautiful international party-set, all searching for the ultimate in hedonistic fun-in-the-sun. The innovative music scene in Ibiza has been so influential that its trademark genre of chilled-out dance music has come to be known as ‘Balearic House’, and the place has made superstars out of previously anonymous DJs who have now been catapulted to celebrity status.
Ibiza does in fact have a lot to offer families and the less nocturnally minded visitor. For those who manage to tear themselves away from the atmosphere of the beach and the 24 hour party scene, there is a wealth of history and culture to be found in the interior of the island and also in the ancient capital city of Eivissa - Ibiza Town.
Just 7.5 km from the center, and perfectly connected to the most important tourist centres, the Ibiza airport is the island's primary communications artery.
Route 10 runs between the airport and the Ibiza bus station, the ferry port of Formentera, the port and San Jorge.
Route 9 runs between the airport, the town of San José and the tourist resort of San Antonio. This line is only available from 1 June to 30 September.
Route 24 runs between the airport and the tourist resort of Sant Eularia and Cala Nova. This line is only available from 1 June to 30 September.
Ibiza – 7,5 km
Madrid – 466 km
Malaga – 562 km