Ibiza Spring Break Travel Tips

by Philip Larson

With just a few weeks till the official arrive of spring (the Spring Equinox), people have already started planning their spring and Easter breaks. The more traditional Europeans are probably contemplating a relaxing Easter break spend in the company of their loved ones, but students usually long for something more adventurous or exotic. Whether you are in search of the ultimate party destination or are hoping for an early tan, the island of Ibiza is the answer to your prayers. These Ibiza spring break travel tips are here to ensure a smooth experience of this unrivalled party capital of Europe:

Getting there

Considering Ibiza’s popularity, it’s no wonder that its airport has connections with most European capitals, so a flight from any part of Europe won’t take more than 3 hours. The best thing about traveling at this time of the year is that you’ll be able to buy a plane ticket at only a fraction of its usual price. The weeks around Easter can be quite crowded, though, so if you are planning to travel between these dates it’s best if you booked your flight and hotel well in advance.

What to pack

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Ibiza is generally warm in spring, but don’t expect to swim – unless you are doing it in a heated pool. However, with swimsuit or not, sunscreen can do no harm, and so are some warm clothes for the less warm spring nights. If you are a party-goer, then by all means pack some fancy party clothes. Some flowery, colourful clothes might as well work for reasons divulged in the next section…

What to do

by Philip Larson

The party season starts early in Ibiza with the Flower Power Festival, which is usually held in early March. A favourite meeting place for hippies all over Europe, this festival usually involves some open air concerts featuring Spanish bands, a colourful market filled with artsy products and DYI spirit, as well as some 60s and 70s inspired DJ parties. Later in the spring the big Ibiza clubs will open their doors for a first batch of party-goers: mostly students enjoying their spring break. Throughout the rest of the spring Ibiza is very quiet and pleasant. Take advantage of the balmy weather and visit its less beaten paths, its secluded beaches and hidden coves.  Things will start precipitating in May, but by now the weather is warm enough to allow you to swim.

 

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