How to do Ibiza cheaply

Whether you’re wasting away the hours on a beautiful beach or powering up and partying all night nothing beats the White Isle and Closer have found the secret to doing it all without breakout the bank

Ibiza

by Closer Staff |
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Ibiza, the partygoers’ paradise, can be hell for your finances. With club entry setting you back around £50 and drinks once inside threatening to blow your entire holiday budget in a few rounds, it can be a pricey break. But it needn’t have to with these tips…

Travel

While peak season the prices go sky high, if you are able to travel in June or September – outside of the school holidays you’ll save yourself lots on not just the flight. 

You don’t have to go for a full week, lots of clubbers pop in just for two to three nights and if you fly mid week you can pick up some bargain return flights for under £100.

Bypass budget-busting taxi rides and long queues post flight and take the bus, the No. 10 runs from the airport to the port, see ibizabus.com.

Parties and gigs at Ibiza Rocks Hotel are iconic

Accommodation

Renting an apartment between friends on sites such as Air BnB and Holiday Lettings is always cheaper than a hotel, but if you want to be in the heart of the atmosphere it’s hard to resist the non stop party atmosphere at the iconic Ibiza Rocks hotel.

Their five-night night package deals are around £150 per person and include entry to their weekly pool parties on Tuesdays as well as entry to gigs on Wednesdays followed by an after party at the Ibiza Rocks Bar. An added bonus if you book at Ibiza Rocks is you get a free Malibu Pina Colada as well as free wifi.

If you prefer to stay way from the hedonistic heights of San Antonio, there are a few purse friendly options in Ibiza Town including Hostal Parque Across and Casa Huéspedes.

Nightlife

If you’re super organized you can book club entry in advance and make a saving of around £30 per ticket. Ibiza Spotlight’s party calendarposts all line-ups, residencies and events before the season begins, so get planning.

Watching the sunset on San Antonio beach by Café del Mar is what makes Ibiza so iconic, take a bottle to the beach and soak up the last of the sunshine. We love Malibu with pineapple juice to keep the summer vibe going strong.

Bora Bora beach is another Ibiza staple, you can save your pennies for club entry and party all day long on the beach with your own food and drinks.

The West End can be a crazy place, but if you start your night there you can take up the club and bar PRs on their offers for free shots and drinks and providing you do a little bar crawl you’ll be able to have a few drinks on them.

If you have dinner at Pacha, you’ll get free entry in to the club before 9pm. While there’s a minimum spend of £60 per person on the table but that includes your meal, drinks and club entry.

It's possible to visit Ibiza on a budget

Food and drink


Of course going self catering is always a great way to save money, if you can share a taxi to Lidl on the Island you can pick up your food for the week.

 There are plenty of affordable restaurants if you hunt hard enough Comidas Bar San Juan, is a gem amongst Ibiza Town’s expensive eateries – you can enjoy starters, mains and wine for two for less than £30.

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