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Why Fly to Ibiza?
Ibiza is arguably THE place to party, so a cheap flight to Ibiza can put you right in the heart of the action. That said, there is an entirely different side to Ibiza, which is not as well-reported found in the lovely walled city of the old town (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) and the traditional seaside villages in the North. With Ibiza Airport being less than 10km from Ibiza Town, it's not long before your flight to Ibiza touches down and you can start making the most of the island’s great sandy beaches and vibrant nightlife. You can use Travelzoo's SuperSearch to find cheap flights to Ibiza.
Flying to Ibiza from the UK
Flights to Ibiza from the UK depart from most of the country's major airports. As it is a seasonal destination, cheap flights to Ibiza are more prevalent during the May to September period, when low-cost carriers will fly from London to Ibiza in under two and a half hours and chartered airlines also offer services. There are some indirect services that fly via other cities in Spain or Germany, but the direct services tend to be much quicker.
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Which Airlines Fly to Ibiza?
Low-cost airlines easyJet, Ryanair and Thomson offer flights from London to Ibiza: Luton departures from easyJet, Stansted from easyJet and Ryanair, and flights from London Gatwick from Thomson. British Airways offers a premium carrier route from London Gatwick to Ibiza.
Away from the capital, Jet2.com and Thomson fly from Manchester to Ibiza, Thomson also offers cheap direct flights to Ibiza from East Midlands, Birmingham, Bristol, Newcastle and Glasgow International, while Glasgow Prestwick is served by Ryanair. Again, these direct services take around two and a half hours from the UK to Ibiza.
Mini Travel Guide to Ibiza
Pacha, Eden, Amnesia and Space are just a few of the super-clubs that have made Ibiza synonymous with dancing, drinking and having a good time for decades. Away from the clubs, the beaches are sandy and long and the island is, for many, a perfect summer holiday destination. For families, there is plenty of hotel orientated entertainment, meaning the island serves as a hot, beach destination for many looking for their week or two under the sun when the British summer fails to live up to the pre-season billing. This versatile island offers a range of resorts and villages, all offering a completely different vibe. Portinatx in the north, and Santa Eularia in the East, are the antithesis of party town San Antonio. Ibiza’s old town provides historic and cultural flavour, and offers a jump point for the increasingly popular island of Formentera, as well as other Spanish destinations such as Valencia, Alicante, Mallorca and Barcelona.
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