How much does it cost to travel to Ibiza? All the details for this 2023

We all know the wonders of beautiful Ibiza, but before venturing out the question is always the same: what budget do I need to go to Ibiza? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered in our guide: accommodation, boathire, food and travel.

What to do in Ibiza and how many days are needed??

The definitive answer will always depend on your possibilities, but our recommendation is a minimum of 4 days because the island serves it. With them you will be able to prepare an excellent route that will start in the coves and end up enjoying the night life. If you are looking for a small map of must-see places, take a look at our website to see our best routes.

Where to stay in Ibiza?

Accommodation in Ibiza is the most difficult point to explain, but nothing impossible, of course high season is wice as difficult so we’ll tell you based on our experience.

Are you on a tight budget? You should consider changing the month of your visit, as July and August are the most expensive months to travel to Ibiza.

The second and most important tips that if you are on a tight budget is best to look for accommodation well in advance. Believe me, you will save a lot of money! To give you an idea, a small studio apartment can cost you 550 euros for a total of 6 days in July. Another option are shared rooms in hostels which range in price from 15 to 70 euros per night. Last but not least, don’t forget hotels.

Remember that August is the most expensive month to travel to Ibiza.

Cheap restaurants?

Ibiza’s restaurants are a unique experience for the palate, and don’t care you’ll also be able to eat well without burning a hole in your savings.

The cheapest option is to buy food in supermarkets and cook it in the hostel. If you’re interested in local food, the bestadvice will look for restaurants used by locals – tourist areas will always have the highest prices. Take a look at this guide to menus and favorite restaurants.

How do I get around Ibiza?

The fourth point to consider when budgeting your trip to Ibiza is getting around Ibiza. The cheapest price is by bus.

Prices for journeys in Ibiza

  • Ibiza – San Antonio route: 1,95€.€.
  • Transfer Ibiza – Santa Eulalia: 1,85€.
  • Ibiza – Playa de las Salinas: 2€.
  • Ibiza – Airportroute: 3,20€.

If you are looking for flexibility and to adjust to your own pace it is better to check the options of renting a scooter or a car.

  • One day rental of a motorbike (with insurance) is around €35-40.

You are missing the last offer which is renting a car, the advice is not to go with the first price and look for options to compare. Don’t forget to add the cost of oil, although the cost of oil won’t be that expensive.

How to rent a cheapboat?

Enjoying a boat in Ibiza is living to the fullest and an extra experience recommended for all those who have decided to go to Ibiza for this holiday.

It is a myth that renting a boat is a matter of millionaires. Take a look at the catalog with different offers: catamarans, sailing boats, yachts. If you have planned your trip with a group of friends, you will be able to split the costs and it will be very economical. You will also have the possibility to experience routes that are tailor-made for you.

We hope you find our guide useful, remember that budgets are only estimates that can vary with many factors. The last type of this post is to travel to Ibiza in low season. Make the most of June, September and October. Your towel will have room on the beach and your pocket will be happy.

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