Destination: the Balearic Islands
Nice-Ibiza… Just these words conjure up the scent of summer, along with thoughts of swimming in the sea and staying up all night. The largest of the Pityusic Islands is of course the place to hit the beach and party until dawn. In fact, some people come just for that, spending their days relaxing by the water, recovering from a wild night and catching up on lost sleep. However, a Nice-Ibiza direct flight can also be the start of a much more varied holiday. Great food, culture, nature: this Spanish island has many strings to its bow.
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The formalities for travelling to Ibiza
- Entry requirements: as part of the European Union and the Schengen Area, Spain simply requires EU citizens to present a valid passport or identity card.
- Currencies: you’ll be paying for your sangria in euros, because Ibiza uses the same currency as France.
Your Nice-Ibiza direct flight
How can you get to Ibiza with no stops? On Iberia’s daily flight. The Spanish national airline flies from Terminal 1.
Don’t spoil your holidays by missing your flight! For a stress-free departure, leave plenty of time and get to the airport at least an hour before your flight leaves. Not got your boarding pass yet? Need to put luggage in the hold? Allow an extra quarter of an hour.
Departure airport Nice Côte d'Azur Airport Departure terminal Terminal 1 Arrival airport Ibiza Es Codolar Airport
Arriving at Ibiza Airport
You will arrive at Ibiza Es Codolar Airport, barely 6 kilometres from Ibiza Town. To get to the centre, you have several options:
- The bus: take Route 10. One departure every 20 minutes, from 6 in the morning to midnight, for the town centre and the port. Remember that two other buses leave from the airport: Route 24 goes to Santa Eulària and Cala Nova, and Route 9 goes to Sant Antoni, via Sant Josep.
- A taxi: the fare will be 10 to 40 euros, depending on your destination on the island.
- A hire car: there are seven car rental companies in the arrivals hall at the terminal. This is a convenient option if you plan to explore the whole island, from Sant Antoni to Portinatx.
What to do in
he times when Ibiza was the poor relation in the Balearic Islands family are long gone. For half a century, it has been attracting millions of visitors every year. Hippies, nudists, night owls, billionaires and simple holidaymakers live side by side in this little corner of paradise, in perfect harmony. The key to this success: freedom. Walk, dance, sunbathe swim, row, pedal, explore, taste, relax, watch, move… everyone is allowed to do as they please. There are only two things that Ibiza does not permit: stress and boredom!
Frequently asked questions
Quelle est la durée d’un vol Nice-Ibiza ?
The average flight time between Nice and Ibiza is 1h25.
Which airlines provide Nice-Ibiza direct flights?
To get to Ibiza from Nice with no stops, you will need to fly with Iberia.
How many Nice-Ibiza flights are there per week?
From the second half of July to the end of August, there are 7 flights a week (one every day).
How much does a Nice-Ibiza flight cost?
The lowest price for a Nice-Ibiza return ticket based on prices from the last 90 days is €X.
What is the time difference between Nice and Ibiza?
There is no time difference.
What is the best time of year to visit Ibiza?
Ibiza comes alive from the Easter holidays, but if you want the full party experience, wait until the height of summer. The big DJs are back playing sets in the top clubs, the island fills with youth and euphoria, the markets and shops open late, the Mediterranean is at its best, and Ibiza offers its visitors heaps of events and activities.