How much money should I bring to Ibiza for a week?

Hoeveel geld moet ik meenemen naar Ibiza voor een week
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    Vacation budget for a week in Ibiza

    What does a week’s vacation in Ibiza cost, you may be wondering. The answer depends a lot on what all you want to do on the island. In general, you should have enough on a budget of about €100 to €150 per day for your accommodation, meals and any transportation on the island. Expect about €50 to €100 per night for your accommodation. Food and drink on the island varies greatly in price; count on an average of €30 to €50 per day if you eat out all the time. There may be some additional costs for club visits, excursions and shopping. Don’t forget to bring some cash as well. If you have some idea of your budget in advance, you can avoid nasty surprises and enjoy all the unique experiences that await you in Ibiza without any worries.

    The cost of outings and activities in Ibiza

    Ibiza is known for its vibrant nightlife, and if you want to participate in that, it’s helpful to know approximately what it costs. For admission to any of the world-famous clubs, count on €30 to €70 per person, depending on the DJ playing and the event. Drinks in these clubs are pricey: about €10-€15 for a beer and €15-€20 for a cocktail. In addition to the clubs, there are plenty of bars and live music events in Ibiza that are considerably cheaper, but where the atmosphere is also fantastic.

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    Day trips

    In addition to a vibrant nightlife, you will also find plenty of breathtaking nature and fun sports activities in Ibiza. For example, take a day trip to one of the beautiful beaches, such as Cala Comte or Cala Salada, and enjoy a beautiful sunset – all for free! Or take a boat trip around the island; the cost is about €40 per person, if you also want to eat on board and rent snorkeling equipment.

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    Local events

    We also recommend checking to see what local events are happening during your stay, such as concerts or dance performances. After all, these are often free!

    Shopping and more

    Fans of shopping are in excellent shape in Ibiza. There are plenty of opportunities to find great items without spending a fortune, including at the many craft and hippie markets. Keep in mind that everything must still fit in your suitcase when you fly back.

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    Popular beaches

    Ibiza’s beaches are perhaps one of the island’s biggest draws. At Cala Bassa, Cala d’Hort, Cala Nova and Cala Saladeta you can enjoy beautiful views that cost nothing – unless you rent a sunbed or umbrella, of course.

    Travel insurance and medication statement

    Good travel insurance is essential to cover unexpected expenses, such as illness or accident, loss of luggage and other unforeseen events. Also remember, if you are on medication, you may need to be able to show a medication statement.

    Internet use and communication

    Those who want to stay online during their vacation have it easy in Ibiza: wireless Internet is everywhere. Wi-Fi is free at many accommodations, but be sure to check in advance to see if there are any restrictions on that. Mobile data roaming is usually possible at no extra cost, but check with your provider.

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    Money Matters

    There is no need to change money, as Ibiza is part of Spain and therefore part of the European Union. However, it is always handy to have some cash in your pocket because some activities, such as entrance to clubs and excursions, can sometimes only be paid for in cash.

    Luxury accommodations in Ibiza

    After a day full of impressions and adventures in Ibiza, nothing beats returning to your comfortable and stylish vacation villa. OneVillasIbiza has an exclusive selection of luxury villas and characteristic fincas where you can experience an unforgettable vacation.

    Our accommodations all meet high quality standards and are scattered throughout the island. They range from luxury designer homes with breathtaking views to authentic historic fincas that have been completely modernized. Some villas have additional amenities, such as a private pool, BBQ area or Jacuzzi.

    If you book with OneVillasIbiza, you can also contact us during your stay for tips on all that Ibiza has to offer. In addition, you always get a personal check-in with us, so you feel right at home.

    Visit our website and browse our range of luxury accommodations at your leisure. If you have any questions, please let us know. We are happy to help!

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