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Ibiza Airport is located with just a few miles of Ibiza Town and San Jose. With several car hire companies providing affordable car rental for stay on the island and a number of bus operators and taxi firms also offering fast and reliable transport between the resorts and the airport.
Getting to the airport by Car
Main access by road is provided via the PM-803 motorway link, which is the Ibiza Town to San Jose route, and the E-20, which is the Ibiza Town to airport route. Motorists travelling on the PM-803 should take the kilometre 4 exit to reach the access road that serves the airport.
There’s ample parking at the airport – within a 3 minute walk of the terminal building. Motorists have 496 parking spaces for their use, of which 12 are reserved for passengers with reduced mobility. The airport is barrier-free, with ramps, elevators and lifts for ease of access.
Getting to the airport by Taxi
At the airport the taxi rank is located right next to the terminal. In the resorts taxis often wait outside major hotels or close to the main bus terminals. Depending on the time of day and the day of the week one travels, a journey between Ibiza Town and the airport should cost around EUR 15.00 during weekdays from 7.00 am to 9.00 pm and approx. EUR 17.00 at weekends and after 9.00 pm in the week.
Passengers ordering their taxi in advance via telephone will be charged an additional EUR1.20 and an airport supplement of EUR 1.65 also applies. The minimum fare is EUR 3.25 for the shortest possible journey.
Passengers with a taxi requirement should telephone +34 971 800 080 to make a reservation for their trip to the airport.
Getting to the airport by Bus
Bus Line 10 services the Station Maritima Formentera, Ibiza Bus Station at the Avenida Isidoro Macabich and the airport, which has the official name of Sant Jordi Airport. The bus stops right next to the terminal building, while in Ibiza Town the bus leaves from the central bus terminal in the aforementioned road.
It is possible to get up-to-date time table information by telephone on tel +34 971 340 382 and 971 340 412. Online timetable information is also available at http://ibizabus.com, which is fortunately displayed in English and Spanish, and easy enough to follow.
From June 2012 onwards there will even be night service on the island via the Discobus (http://www.discobus.es). This service is operated by bus companies Autobuses San Antonio and Voramar el Gaucho y H F Vilas. The lines will be Line 3 on the San Antonio to Ibiza Town route and Line 13 on the Ibiza Town to Santa Eulalia route.
There are no train services to and from the airport, but Ibiza does have its very own tourist train, which has been operating since 1988 and covers the route between San Antonio and Ignacio as well as Santa Eulalia and Alfredo…the train is of course not one that runs on a rail network, but consists of a small road driven “locomotive” and carriages that take tourists to points of interest on the island. There’s even a stop over at a small bar for refreshments in Santa Ines and a break at El Mirador, one of the highest peak on Ibiza, for some truly spectacular views of the coastline.
Ibiza also has a number of ferry services to the mainland and within the Balearics to Formentera, Mallorca and Menorca. Sailings to the mainland connect the island with Denia, Barcelona, Valencia and on Mallorca with Palma. Ferries leave from Ibiza Port and San Antonio.