You’ll certainly find such things in plentiful supply here.
You don’t have to go far, however, to discover a world apart from DJs and drinks, where history takes precedence and small villages entice you to relax on a peaceful coastline overlooking the glimmering Med.
Flying to Ibiza
Flying to Ibiza airport from London means heading straight to the centre of the world’s premier party hotspot on a journey barely longer than the average commute. Ibiza’s small but easily accessible airport is a short taxi ride or shuttle bus journey to Ibiza town. Rent a car and you’ll find your way around the island quickly, whether you’re looking for sunset bars, party towns or the quiet, traditional villages in the northeast of the island. Find out more about flying from LCY to Ibiza below.
Flying from London City Airport to Ibiza: Q&A
If you’ve not been to Ibiza before or you’re wondering whether you could save time by flying from LCY, we’ve got the answers to the essential questions.
How long is the flight from London to Ibiza?
It takes just under two and a half hours to fly directly from London City Airport to Ibiza. Once you arrive in Ibiza, you can either rent a car, hop in a taxi or plan coach transfers to take you around the island. If you’re based in London, you can reach LCY with an easy journey by public transport – we’re just 20 minutes from Bank on the DLR, making the route convenient if you’re keen to cut down on travel time.
How many flights a week are there from London City Airport to Ibiza?
There are five flights per week from London City Airport to Ibiza throughout an extended summer season. The only day of the week direct flights do not run is on a Tuesday. For fully up-to-date information on flight times, head to our flight timetable page, select Ibiza and put in the date you’re thinking of travelling – you’ll then see flight times for the whole week to help you choose.
What airlines fly most frequently between London City Airport and Ibiza?
Flying directly from London to Ibiza means you’ll likely be flying with Iberia or British Airways. Your operator could change depending on the tickets you buy, as the two airlines operate a codeshare. If you see fares available for flights between LCY and Ibiza with other operators, take a close look at the details – they’ll almost certainly be indirect.
Practical information about flying from London to Ibiza
The main thing to remember is your passport! That’s along with all the usual – you’ll be an hour ahead when you land, and it’s a good idea to take power adapters. Ibiza’s towns are easy to get around by foot, but if you’d like to see more of the island, hiring a car is a good idea. Plan your car hire with LCY.
What to expect in Ibiza
You’ll probably know Ibiza for its world-famous superclubs and sunset beach parties. But the island also has some of the most luxurious spas and finest restaurants on the Med. Yacht-owning millionaires flock here each summer to taste the fun side of Ibiza, so if you’re looking to experience the high life, you’ll find it. Travel up into the hills for total tranquillity at a yoga retreat, or taste the local wine at a rustic taverna. Whatever you’ve heard about Ibiza, prepare to be surprised. Take a look at our article on the Balearics’ best beaches to find your ideal sunset spot.