Ibiza Airport Transfers
You are looking for a reliable transfer from Ibiza Airport to your holiday accommodation in San Antonio, Santa Eulalia, Playa D'en Bossa, Ibiza Town, Portinatx, Cala San Vicente, or elsewhere on the island? Look no further! Whether you are travelling on your own or in a larger group, we will have the right size vehicle for you.
No pre-payment and free cancellation
What we all worry about these days is whether it is possible to get a refund in case we need to cancel or postpone our trip. When you book an Ibiza airport transfer with Solhop, that's one less thing you need to lose sleep over. You don't pay a penny in advance and you can cancel your booking entirely free of charge right up to the last minute.
Pay your driver
With a Solhop transfer from Ibiza Airport, you simply pay your driver once you have arrived at your holiday destination. Payment can be made in cash or by card - whichever you prefer.
Number one for punctuality and reliability
There is nothing worse than worrying about whether or not your pre-booked transfer will actually turn up and whether the driver will be on time. You don't want to be stranded at Ibiza Airport when you arrive and you definitely don't want to miss your flight when it's time to return home. For this very reason, here at Solhop, we make punctuality and reliability our number one priorities. We will be at the right place at the right time and get you to your destination as quickly as possible. All you need to do is relax and enjoy the ride. But don't just take our word for it - do check out our reviews on TripAdvisor!
What is the cost of a taxi transfer from Ibiza Airport to Ibiza Town?
A transfer from Ibiza Airport to Ibiza Town costs €47 for up to 3 passengers. A low-cost minivan for up to 6 passengers is €62 and a minibus transfer for up to 19 people is €149.
How far is it from Ibiza Airport to Ibiza Town?
Ibiza Town is very easy to reach from the airport. With a pre-booked taxi transfer, the 6.1-kilometre journey usually takes just under 10 minutes on the EI-800 road.
How much is a taxi transfer from Ibiza Airport to San Antonio?
A transfer from Ibiza Airport to San Antonio costs €79 for a 3-passenger taxi. A minivan for up to 6 passengers is €104. A minibus for up to 12 passengers costs €150. There are two possible routes from Ibiza Airport to San Antonio. The one that tends to be slightly faster takes you along the Ctra. Eivissa-Sant Antoni/C-731. Leaving the airport, you will come past the village of Sant Jordi de ses Salines. Your drive will take you around Ibiza Town on the E-20, after which you will turn off onto the C-731. This takes you from the east coast across the island to the west coast through a relatively flat and reasonably green landscape, all the way to San Antonio. The 22-kilometre journey will take around 30 minutes.
What is the cost of a taxi transfer from Ibiza Airport to Portinatx?
A transfer from Ibiza Airport to Portinatx costs €105 for up to 3 passengers. A minivan transfer for seven passengers costs €125 and a private minibus for up to 19 passengers is €237. The drive of 35.3 kilometres takes around 35 minutes. Setting off from the airport, your journey will lead you around Ibiza Town on the E-20. A little further along, this will turn into the single-lane EI-300. This takes you further inland through some of Ibiza's rural areas, and all the way on to Portinatx on the north coast of the island.
is the most westerly of the Balearic Islands, located only 150 kilometers southeast of the city of Valencia. The island has become synonymous with a busy nightlife and party scene, which is located mainly around the area of Playa d'En Bossa, to the south of Ibiza Town. However, there are also plenty of other things to do in Ibiza. From family holidays to hiking tours to yoga retreats, the island has something to offer for everyone.
World heritage sites
Ibiza has several UNESCO world heritage sites:
- Ibiza Old Town (Dalt Vila), rich in cultural and historical artefacts, was declared a world heritage site in 1999.
- The archeological sites of Sa Caleta (Sant Josep de sa Talaia) and the Necropolis of Puig des Molins. According to UNESCO these "are exceptional evidence of urbanisation and social life in the Phoenician colonies of the western Mediterranean".
- The Posidonia meadow between Ibiza and Formentera, which is the largest and longest-living organism on the entire planet! This underwater plant can only be found in the Mediterranean and plays a crucial role in maintaining the ecosystem and the water quality around the island.
Fancy a dance?
With Ibiza's reputation as a party destination, dancing is probably on a lot of people's minds when they think of visiting the island. However, rather than observing a modern-day rave, you might be interested in seeing a traditional dance that is very much part of Ibiza's cultural heritage. The Ball Pages, which is thought to stem from Phoenician times, is danced at town fiestas and many other celebrations. It is performed to traditional music and in beautiful, traditional costumes and is a real treat to watch!