You haven't partied until you've been to Ibiza. It's one of the Balearic Islands, which is an autonomous Spanish province in the Mediterranean Sea. Among the most popular nightspots are Privilege in Ibiza Town, the world’s biggest club, and Eden in Sant Antoni, where well-known DJs like Boy George play. Ibiza is also home to UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as the Puig des Molins necropolis and the Phoenician sa Caleta settlement. Enjoy the beaches at Playa de la Salinas, Playa Des Cavallet, and Cala Salada.
Your first stop on your holidays will be Ibiza Airport, seven kilometres from the island’s capital. Souvenir shops, restaurants, and banking facilities are available here.
Take a flight with Ryanair, Europe's largest budget carrier, and the first of its kind in the continent. Ryanair pioneered free seat giveaways in May, 2007 when they offered a million seats at absolutely no cost.
If you want to go green, board an eco-friendly easyJet, which flies newer, more energy-efficient planes that use less fuel and have room for more people as compared to other aircraft. These lower carbon emissions to 27% less compared to other planes which fly the same routes. EasyJet is also easy on the pocket.
“Fly smart” on clickair, a Spanish low-cost airline. Your safety is the top priority on their 180-seat, “Economy Class only” Airbus A-320s.
“Low fares all around Europe” is transavia.com’s pledge. Founded in 1965, it has kept the best standards for “flight preparation, performance, and maintenance,” for which it has been awarded an EU-OPS Air Operator Certificate. Transavia.com can carry 162 passengers on their Boeing 737-800s.
Voted “Best Scheduled British Airline 2005” (Which? Holiday magazine), as well as “Best European Short Haul Airline” (Guardian/Observer Travel Awards 2006 and 2007), Jet2.com has been a low-cost carrier since 2003.
Flyglobespan, “Your Award-winning Airline,” also offers cheap Ibiza flights.