As a small Island, Ibiza is heavily reliant on transport links to bring the 4 million annual visitors to and from the Island. Therefore it has over 40 years experience of coping with the mass tourism model and the Island is well equipped to manage Transport Logistics. There is an excellent Bus service with routes to all the big towns and resorts in Ibiza. There is also the Disco Bus which runs on selected routes during the summer. For just €4 the Disco Bus will bring you to all the major clubs on the island. It runs from 11pm to 6am. The airport bus has three routes. Ibiza Town, San Antonio and Santa Eularia-Es Cana. The Ibiza route runs all year round while the San Antonio and Santa Eularia-Es Cana operates just in the summer months. A full schedule of Ibiza Bus timetables are available here. Please be aware that Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday timetables are different. Also make sure to check that the service is operation during the time period of your travel.
Ibiza Airport is one of the most efficient operations on the Island and is located near its main town called Evissia (the Catalan term for Ibiza, which came into official effect in 1999). Nearer to the Airport is the resort of Playa Den Bossa only a 5min drive. The Airport has regular bus links to all of the main resorts as well as a steady supply of Taxi’s outside the arrivals door. As a person exits the arrivals terminal they should turn right and walk towards the end of the building where they will find the Airport bus stops. (see detailed information on timetables and route numbers below)There are numerous car rental outlets on the island, with all the major companies represented.
It is always best to book well in advance for some of the best deals. I will outline the tips and for booking a car in Ibiza on this transport page. In The month of August there is high demand and supply strains to meet it, so its is always better to book as early as possible for this month. Always read the small print of Car Rental quotes. While some may look cheap, prices may not include insurance, so a credit card with at least €400 available is required. You may have to pay for a full tank of fuel on arrival, or some have cars parked outside the Terminal , requiring a bus transfer to and from the airpo