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27 Top Ibiza Packing List Items for 2023 + What to Wear & NOT to Bring

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Ibiza is one of the most beautiful places along the Mediterranean Sea. As one of Spain’s Balearic Islands, it’s famous for turquoise beaches by day and world-class parties by night!

This European paradise will offer a bit of everything – rich history, warm architecture, epic landscapes, dance clubs, and even quiet neighborhoods to rest and recharge.

Between the DJ-fueled pool parties, water sports, and tapas tours – you’ll have a variety of activities to pack for (and there are certain items that are key to bring on any European getaway). That’s why we created this guide to help you narrow down what to pack, what to wear in Ibiza, what NOT to bring, and other useful FAQs.

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What to Pack for Ibiza – 27 Essentials

  • 1. Neck Wallet to Prevent Pickpocketing

    The crowded clubs and bars of Ibiza can be prone to petty theft, and while the island is mostly safe, there is a crime risk as with any tourist destination. Pickpockets are very sly in Europe and I once had my wallet stolen on a metro (while my hand was over it!) So we use this anti-theft neck wallet to organize all of our passports, credit cards, cash, phones, and travel documents. It can be worn discreetly under your shirt to prevent thieves from even noticing your assets. Plus, it’s wise for international travel days where jet lag can set in.

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  • 2. Swimsuit

    The quintessential dress code around Ibiza is a stylish swimsuit, a cover-up, sunglasses, and a sun hat. While this beach town is relatively casual, it’s still fashion-forward and you’ll want an option that helps you blend in with the locals. This ruffled V-neck one-piece is flattering and feminine. It even laces up in the back to cinch you in!


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  • 3. Virtual Private Network (VPN)

    Spain has been recently ranked in the top 5 most cyberattacked nations in the world. As hackers learn new tricks and countries try to outpace their attempts with new regulations, a virtual private network to protect your data is 100% necessary. We even use one at home to ensure a private internet connection because we once had our credit card number stolen while on vacation.

    Many people aren’t aware that when you join free Wi-Fi networks at airports, cafes, hotels, etc. – you make yourself vulnerable to scams, phishing, malware, webtrackers, and other forms of online data theft. A VPN will protect your private identity, passwords, and financial information with the click of a button. Not to mention, it can help you get better deals on flights, hotels, and rentals by removing any online censorship relative to that nation.


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  • 4. Gorgeous Outfit

    Any night in Ibiza will require a stellar outfit! As a party capital of the world, you’ll want to head out for a night on the town and paint the city red in a gorgeous look. This jumpsuit is the perfect power look for dancing, drinks, and dinner. It has the illusion of making you look taller and thinner and is super flattering on different body types. And the girlies all know that pockets are a huge bonus!

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  • 5. Universal Power Adapter

    If you’re coming from the U.S., your electronics won’t be compatible with the Spanish outlets which call for 220V/50Hz. We use this universal adapter that works in 100+ popular countries! It’s the best adapter we’ve found and the only one we trust with our beloved electronics. You don’t want to risk using a low-quality option that could blow a fuse or break your devices. This one has a built-in fuse protector and is backed by a lifetime replacement guarantee, so you can trust that it’s built to last.

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  • 6. Travel Insurance for Spain

    Your domestic provider does not always cover you overseas (including Medicare and Medicaid), and this is why travel insurance is so important. The Balearics’ currency converts to a higher value and paying out of pocket for international hospital bills would cost a fortune!

    We recommend Faye to protect your travel investment. They cover so many areas of travel that require support, such as theft, baggage loss, flight delays, rentals for homes and cars, and even entire trip cancelation. Their mobile app makes the claims process so easy and we were reimbursed when we needed it most (instead of filling out paperwork for months as with most providers). It’s too affordable to overlook.

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  • 7. Quick-Dry Travel Towel

    A towel is one of the most important items you can bring to Ibiza. You never know if your hotel will provide one (it can be a little hit or miss in Europe), and this lightweight option will be way easier to bring for beach days than a big, fluffy towel. We love that it dries 10x faster than cotton, so it will be super useful for watersports, pool dips, picnics, and everything in between.

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  • 8. Swimsuit Cover-Up

    As a staple in your Ibizian wardrobe, a cover-up will serve you well here. It’s great for throwing on over a bikini to move from the beach to the grocery store or to a cafe for lunch. You should also know that some coastal restaurants and resorts may deny service without a more conservative attire. This crotchet option is very bohemian and goes with the ‘70s style that still lingers on the island. I get a lot of compliments and absolutely love it!

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  • 9. Waterproof Phone Pouch

    As one of the more crucial items on your packing list, a waterproof phone case protects your phone while you’re out swimming, snorkeling, kayaking, and boating. Whether you’re at Cala Vadella beach or an outrageous pool party, this case will safeguard your lifeline from any moisture or damage. I even had my camera lenses scratched once by the sand! So I’d advise leaving it on for land and sea adventures. P.S. you can film some epic underwater videos without the full commitment of a GoPro.

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  • 10. Jet Lag Relief

    Jet lag is inevitable since flights to Ibiza are fairly long no matter where you’re coming from (from NYC, it’s 8 hours for a non-stop flight. And anywhere from 10-20 hours with layovers!) Use these homeopathic jet lag relief supplements to stop exhaustion in its tracks. You’ll land feeling way more rested, and it will even help you on the return trip home when the drastic time change effects are still haunting you.

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  • 11. Lipstick-Sized Portable Charger

    You’ll be busy running with the bulls and bouncing around Gaudí exhibits, so the last thing you’ll want to do is run back to your hotel for a phone charge. Bring this portable charger to keep you on-the-move and fully online! It’s super small like a tube of lipstick and is a real lifesaver if you need to use the GPS, look anything up, or call for a ride in an emergency.

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  • 12. Water Bottle with Built-in Filter

    The tap water in Europe is generally safe to drink, but Spain’s water is heavily chlorinated and has a strong taste of salt. The amount of calcium in the water can also lead to kidney issues through extended consumption, so we recommend bringing a filtered water bottle. It will help you save some euros on plastic waste and give you autonomy over your water supply.

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  • 13. Activated Charcoal

    Tapas (appetizers) are a way of life in Spain. From the juicy wine to the drool-worthy street food, everything just smells and tastes better in Ibiza. Nonetheless, stomach issues are common for travelers as your body adjusts to the new flavors and local bacteria. To minimize food poisoning or traveler’s diarrhea, use these activated charcoal tablets to detoxify any pathogens. It will help you feel better in a matter of hours instead of spending days stuck in the bathroom or feeling weak.

    Bonus tip: Lots of food sits out for long periods, so select a cafe or street vendor with high turnover (and/or proper storage like refrigeration or heat lamps) to ensure you’re eating fresh food.

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  • 14. Discounted Tickets to Ibiza’s Attractions

    Ibiza has incredible water activities! Whether you’re looking to snorkel, scuba dive, or indulge in a little boat party – Ibiza has it all. One of our favorite nature experiences was the Can Marçá Cave Guided Tour, and the island of Formentera is only an hour away (it will literally make your jaw drop!)

    Get Your Guide is our favorite booking platform because they partner with local tourism companies to give you the most authentic experiences. We recommend booking in advance because these excursions are harder to book at the last-minute and the prices generally go up.

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  • 15. Beach Bag with Built-in Cooler

    This tote will be your day-to-day beach bag. We love this one in particular because it has a built-in cooler to chill all of your snacks and drinks! It’s sandproof, waterproof, and mega lightweight which makes it easy to pack when it’s empty.

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  • 16. Packing Cubes

    Luggage organizers are a way of life – and once you try them, you won’t go back! These packing cubes are game-changers that make it easy to classify similar items (like pants, shirts, pajamas, socks, etc.) I like to keep smaller ones for excursions where I keep our water bottle and a change of clothes. It’s way easier to know where everything is and there are different colors for each member of the adventure squad. Each set comes with bonus laundry bags so you can separate clean and dirty items. If you’re scared of major commitment, you can get the 3-pack and work your way up!

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  • 17. Waterproof Pocket Blanket

    Of course, any Mediterranean beach will demand a sufficient beach blanket. This waterproof blanket is ideal for travel since it folds down to a compact case that is about the size of a baseball. We love the pocket-sizing that makes it easy to transport between beaches, festivals, picnics, and more. Stakes come with it so nothing will blow away, and the tarp-like material will stop any mud or water from seeping through.

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  • 18. Windproof Travel Umbrella

    Most days in Spain will be golden, warm, and sunny like a dream. But as with most destinations, rain comes from time to time. And you don’t want to purchase a cheaply-made umbrella from a crappy tourist shop that falls apart on the first use. This one is our go-to umbrella since it’s well-made and comes with a nice carrying case. It will ensure you don’t have to slow down just because of a few grey clouds.

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  • 19. Natural Hangover Relief

    Partying in Ibiza is like shopping in Paris – inevitable. For those happy hours and late nights drinking sangría de Cava, this natural hangover will make all the difference. You don’t want to spend half of your trip with a hangover or lying on the bathroom floor. The ingredients in this detoxify alcohol more quickly, helping to sober you up with vitamins and electrolytes. Skip the hanxiety! And spare yourself from the dreaded recovery-mode.

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  • 20. Cooling Towels

    Ibiza can reach temperatures of about 90°F on a hot summer’s day. If visiting during the warmer, more humid months, you’ll need a way to beat the heat. These cooling towels are small but mighty, packing a frosty punch that will help you enjoy the outdoor scenery more comfortably. Simply add water and these drop to nearly 30-degrees cooler than the outside temp! It’s kind of magical honestly and we use these for hikes, beach days, city sightseeing, standing in long lines, working out, or whenever you want a bit of cooling solace.

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  • 21. Comfortable Sandals

    The Spaniards know how to do footwear. While flip-flops are predominantly worn to the beach, you’ll want something stylish that matches the European vibe. These are cute and strappy but still super practical with supportive cushioning. With all of the uneven cobblestone you’ll be dealing with in Dalt Vila and Ibiza Town, this pair will keep your dogs from screaming!

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  • 22. Stylish Anti-Theft Backpack

    I discovered this bag years ago and have used it for all of my European adventures. I like that it helps me blend in and doesn’t stick out like a sore thumb! You don’t want to put a target on your back by looking clueless and completely new here. This bag is very stylish but also well-designed to prevent theft – the zipper faces your back so no one can access your belongings while you’re wearing it. This makes it next to impossible for someone to steal your things.

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  • 23. TSA-Approved Luggage Locks

    Our bags are out-of-sight for long durations during international travel. And although we want to trust that everything will be okay, that’s not always the case. We learned this when something was stolen out of our checked suitcase. Now, we always attach these TSA-approved luggage locks. They work great for luggage, backpacks in crowded areas, hotel lockers, street lockers, and more.

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  • 24. Motion Sickness Patches

    European vacations include windy roads, riding backward in trains, and public transportation. For Ibiza, you’ll be enjoying ferry and boat rides, kayaks, buses, and more – so if you’re prone to any motion or seasickness, a preventative measure is always wise to bring. These holistic patches are very gentle but effective. I field-tested a bunch of brands and determined that this option came out on top!

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  • 25. Hanging Toiletry Bag

    If you’ve been to Europe, you know the bathrooms are laughably small. England wisely named them ‘water closets’ because a closet is about as much room as you’ll have. Regardless of your storage space, this hanging toiletry bag is a gem for staying organized! It hangs anywhere to create a built-in shelf in your bathroom, which will help you find everything and get ready quickly while abroad. It’s way better than throwing your toiletries all over the hotel room since it consolidates all of your skincare, haircare, hygiene, and makeup products. We’re obsessed with it!!

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  • 26. Prepaid Phone SIM Card for Ibiza

    Your cell provider takes secret joy in charging you a ton for international rates (on top of roaming fees!) A brilliant hack while traveling is to get a European SIM card for your phone. It will give you a local phone number so you can live like a real Spaniard and avoid being overcharged. It’s affordable and gives you hours of call time plus 1,000 texts, plus it activates when you arrive, ¡Hurra!

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  • 27. Packable “Just In Case” Bag

    Between the luxury shops and charming boutiques, you’ll find a plethora of goodies in Ibiza! Skip the carry-on fees by bringing this extra “just in case” bag – it will solve the common issue that travelers face – not bringing enough bags! Use it as your personal item on the flight home and fill it with local goods like cava, saffron, olive oil, leather products, and clothes.

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What to Wear in Ibiza

As you dance the night away and wake up to glorious Spanish sunrises, you’ll want to look your best! The Spaniards are a stylish breed, and sticking out like a run-of-the-mill tourist isn’t always best – it can make you a target for more petty theft and pickpocketing since they know you’re not accustomed to things like a local. They’ll also know you’re carrying certain valuables on you, so the best approach is to go unnoticed.

While it is a party town, there are plenty of ways to avoid the party scene and the daytime ambiance is actually quite modest. You don’t want to dress in anything too revealing or potentially disrespect the locals. I’d advise wearing things that are muted in color and not trying too hard, but also chic and put-together. You may want something more conservative to wear for church visits and historical sightseeing (since covered arms and knees are a general rule), and then you can go for something bolder on evenings out.

What should WOMEN wear in Ibiza? - (Click to expand)

Since you want to embrace the Mediterranean lifestyle – dress the part by wearing flowy linen tops, swimsuits, cover-ups, sun hats, flip-flops, and sunglasses. For trips to the old town, museums, and historic sites, a nice pair of linen pants will be breathable and lightweight, and you may need a cardigan on a chillier day.

Evenings out can be adorned with feminine dresses, a jumpsuit, and a shoe that can rival the bumpy cobblestones. You don’t want to twist an ankle, so opt for flats, tennis shoes, or a large-wedged heel.

In the autumn and winter months, temperatures can reach about 42.8°F (6°C), so you will want to wear plenty of layers. Pack a fleece, waterproof jacket, and thermal leggings that regulate your temperature. You can accessorize with scarves, a hat, and gloves, but it may not be necessary on a moderate day.

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Men have it EASY when dressing for the Spanish way of life – anything comfortable and breathable with a pinch of flair will do the trick!

Spanish men tend to wear well-fitted clothes and leather-based footwear. You can have a day pair of slip-ons and a nicer evening pair of loafers. For beach days, a pair of swim trunks (which tend to be a little shorter in Europe than in the U.S…. think: Speedo!) and a short-sleeved button-down work perfectly. And for nights, you can choose a longer button-down shirt with an elegant pair of trousers or shorts. A leather belt always enhances a finer look, and retro sunglasses will suit the vintage style of the island.

The winters get cold, near freezing, but it’s still a warmer season than in most other European countries. With this in mind, it’s still Mediterranean, but you’ll want to face the briskness with a waterproof jacket, insulated winter pants, a pair of gloves that work on a touchscreen phone, and maybe even a hat. Regardless of the season, don’t forget your handy neck wallet for long travel days and exploring the Balearic region.

Dressing for the Seasons in Ibiza

There is a common myth that it’s sunny and vibrant year-round in Ibiza. It actually gets quite chilly and quiet in the off-season! It’s wise to do some research on the region you’ll be visiting and understand how to best prepare for it.

SPRING – March, April, May

Spring in Ibiza is absolutely gorgeous! This is a wonderful time to come if you want to enjoy the beauty of the island without dealing with major heat or giant crowds. If waiting in long lines for pools and restaurants is not your thing, this may be a better time to visit than peak season.

It is warm and sunny without the heavy humidity, and the flowers are in full bloom. I love visiting Europe this time of year because you almost get the local experience by seeing how they live when the town is quiet. If you visit during the summer, you will get the tourist experience, and locals may hull up in their apartments to avoid the chaos. You will love to see them in their element!

If visiting in any of these spring months, I would recommend taking advantage of the spectacular outdoor activities, like hiking trails and romantic coves. It’s not quite warm enough for the beach, but you could take a dip if you can tolerate the Mediterranean Sea when it’s chillier.

Remember that it rains quite often this time of year in Ibiza and you’ll need a waterproof jacket and umbrella, as well as some warm boots. A lightweight shawl is wise to shelter you in the cooler evenings or visiting religious sites.

Temperatures average between 73°F and 51°F (23°C to 11°C), with earlier months being the most brisk.

SUMMER – June, July, August, part of September

This is the most likely time you will visit Ibiza. Heat and tourism are in full-swing. It is the most energetic time to explore because you’ll witness party season in its real glory, and find tons of fun events all over the Island.

Summer is also the dry season so you won’t see as much rain until September when the wet season begins. If visiting later in the summer, bring an umbrella. The beaches are busy and outdoor activities are a must! But you’ll want to prepare with a cooling towel and lightweight clothes to make it more tolerable.

Pack light layers in case the evenings are a bit chillier when the sun goes down, but maintain your beachwear look and dressy-casual evening attire. Just remember that people don’t really wear bathing suits out-and-about, so once you leave the beach, you should put on a cover-up or look a bit more modest.

Temperatures average between 69°F and 84°F (20°C to 28°C).

FALL – September, October, November

Some of the peak crowds fall into September, but it slows down by October and November in Ibiza. The air is a bit more crisp and the humidity dwindles down. You’ll definitely need a lightweight, chic coat and a stylish scarf.

It is actually still considered high-season or shoulder-season still, because it’s not fully quiet here yet. Prepare for some smaller crowds and potential waits at some of the more popular restaurants.

Sometimes winter appears a bit early, so it’s a good idea to check local weather forecasts right before you go and to pack accordingly.

Temperatures average between 55°F and 80°F (12°C to 26°C), with later months in the colder span.

WINTER – December, January, February, part of March

Winters in Ibiza are moderate but still chilly. Spain is drier than most areas of Europe and comparably, the winters are more mild than places in the North/East. The Mediterranean climate is still palpable and it can be a decently comfortable experience.

Still, it is colder, so you’ll want to bring some layers. A fleece jacket is my go-to and a heavier coat is smart to bring for the coldest nights (or even the airplane, which can be freezing. This keeps your largest item outside of your suitcase which leaves you more room to pack). I definitely would bring a hat and gloves, and maybe even some hand & foot warmers (they’re an absolute delight!)

January is the coldest month of the year, but it won’t rain much. The almond trees are in bloom, which is an awe-inspiring experience, so you’ll want to tour the Santa Inés! Water sports are still active since you can partake in boating, kayaking, or paddleboarding without fully getting in the water.

Temperatures average between 46°F and 61°F (7°C to 16°C).

What NOT to Bring to Ibiza:

  • 1.DON’T BRING valuables or excessive cash

    When visiting popular attractions or crowded areas, petty theft isn’t uncommon. Leave your favorite items, valuables like jewelry, and excessive cash at your hotel or accommodation. You can use a neck wallet to conceal these without flashing your wallet repeatedly. You’ll want to carry enough cash each day to avoid stopping at ATMs if possible.

  • 2.DON’T BRING a hair dryer

    Certain hair-styling items like hair dryers, curling irons, and straighteners have a voltage that doesn’t convert well in foreign outlets (even with a power adapter). Leave these at home since most hotels will have a spare for you to use anyway. It will save a lot of room in your suitcase too!

  • 3.DON’T BRING tourist garb

    Going unnoticed is always safer, so leave your American flag garb and loud fanny packs at home. You’ll be among a fashion-forward crowd in Spain, so it’s smart to dress the part. Thieves know that tourists have backpacks and suitcases full of valuable goods, so you don’t want to put an unnecessary ‘look at me!’ sign on your back.

  • 4.DON’T BRING heavy books

    Why bring a bunch of heavy books when you could just bring a Kindle? You’ll definitely find time to read with all the layovers, waiting for planes and trains, and sitting at the beach, so opt for the most lightweight method for carrying a full library!

  • 5.DON’T BRING a stuffed suitcase

    Shopping is 100% necessary in Spain. Especially if you’re city-hopping around to Barcelona and the fashion capital, Madrid – you’ll want to leave room in your suitcase. Your loved ones will LOVE authentic goods brought back for them and they make fantastic gifts. I’d recommend universally loved treats like local wine, handmade leather goods, olive oil, coffee, teas, and spices.

  • 6.DON’T BRING skimpy clothing

    It’s a bit ironic for a party town, but Spain is still a modest and religious country. Since the culture is more conservative, try not to wear outfits that show too much skin when you’re outside of the beach. On the sand, a bikini is completely fine! But on land, don’t wear the shortest-shorts or the most revealing top.

FAQs about Traveling in Ibiza

  • 1. What is the transportation system like in Ibiza/How do I get around?

    What is the transportation system like in Ibiza/How do I get around?

    The Balearic islands are fairly easy to move around, but it is easiest to have your own ride. This is why I recommend getting a rental car. It’s actually quite affordable, especially if you only need it for a few days or a week. Your only other options are the public bus system or taxis since there is no metro (underground subway) and no Uber.

    The most eclectic option would be the infamous disco bus, which runs after midnight and offers a seriously memorable time! This is also quite affordable and will keep the party going stronger than a taxi or regular bus will.

  • 2. What are some “unspoken” Ibizian rules I should be aware of?

    Some possible spoken (possibly unspoken) rules to be in-the-know about are:

    1. Don’t wear your swimsuit around town (only at the beach)
    2. You’re not allowed to smoke on the beaches (and could face a fine, this also includes grilling or lighting a campfire on the beach)
    3. No unsolicited gatherings or parties
    4. The clubs and parties don’t get going ‘til after midnight!
    5. Yes, siestas may be taken in the afternoon and yes, you may not eat dinner until late. This is what tapas are for!

  • 3. What is the best way to travel to Ibiza?

    What is the best way to travel to Ibiza?

    In most cases, you will take a plane to get to Ibiza Town Airport (IBZ), which is the main airport for the Balearic Islands. The nearest airport will be on the island in Ibiza Town, but Valencia’s airport (VLC) and Palma Mallorca Airport (PMI) are other nearby options to check the prices for.

    Once at any of these airports, you can take a taxi and then a ferry boat to Ibiza, or a bus if you’re already on the mainland.

    The ferry ride from Barcelona to Ibiza can take 8 hours, from Valencia to Ibiza is a little over 5 hours, and from Palma de Mallorca to Ibiza is between 2-4 hours.

  • 4. Are there any visa requirements for visiting Ibiza?

    Ibiza will not require anything more than a passport as identification for tourists staying for less than 90 days. If you are staying longer than 3 months, a visa may be required. Check that your passport is valid for at least 3-months after your departure date, as this could be a requirement for entry.

    Use this resource to check the up-to-date requirements and health recommendations for Spain through Travel.State.Gov.

  • 5. Is it safe in Ibiza?

    Is it safe in Ibiza?

    Yes, in general, Ibiza is very safe. It has lower crime rates than other busy parts of Spain and you simply want to take precautions as you would anywhere in Europe.

    Petty theft and misdameanor crimes are the most common here, so wear an anti-theft wallet to conceal your important travel documents and financial/identity cards. You’ll need to be most cautious when exploring at night and keep an eye on your belongings around clubs and bars. Keep in mind that this is a wealthy island which can attract thieves and criminals. Be aware of your surroundings and you will be fine.

  • 6. What kind of power outlets are in Ibiza? Do I need an adapter?

    Spanish plugs are type F with the standard voltage around 220 V and 50 Hz frequency, so bring a Spain power adapter – it will be essential to protect your devices and stay fully-charged while you’re abroad.

  • 7. Can I visit Ibiza without the goal of partying?

    Can I visit Ibiza without the goal of partying?

    Absolutely! Ibiza has a gorgeous Mediterranean coastline and hippie vibe that draws over 2-million tourists every year. You can overlook the beaches, coves, countrysides, or venture on foot into neighborhoods like Ibiza Town.

    Explore the historic parts of town in Dalt Vila, hike around Sa Taaiassa, and eat your way through this tapas-led island! When you’re not at the beach, you can enjoy the water on boat tours or snorkeling trips. View some incredible sunsets from corners like Cala d’Hort (which has a stellar view of another island, Es Vedra), this was one of my favorite memories we made.

    The calmest neighborhoods in Ibiza will be Puerto San Migue and Portinax, and you should avoid livelier areas like Playa de Embossa or Sant Antony. Definitely make a ferry trip out to the island of Formentera too, it’s a calmer detour south of Ibiza with a great atmosphere and beautiful water.