Guide to Ibiza’s main airports/stations/ports


Ibiza is a place used to crowds and the needs of different people. A tourism paradise for many years, it is increasingly a popular destination and therefore it is normal that it has infrastructure suitable for hospitality. There are no railways in the true sense of the word here, but you can get around easily by buses and taxis. And of course the reference points are the airport and the ports/marinas.

Ibiza Evissa Airport (IBZ)

Founded during World War II, then developed during the 1980s, Ibiza airport saw a further leap in quality between the 1990s and 2000s. Subsequent renovation works took place before 2020 creating a world-class airport which today handles literally millions of people in just a few months.

The airport has a long runway (2.8 m) and a large terminal equipped with all the necessary services: shops, restaurants, assistance points, security, banks, wi-fi, information, etc. Excellently connected to the nearby city and to other tourist destinations on the island, mainly via private transport, Ibiza airport is certainly an important point of reference for the entire Balearic archipelago.


There are no railway trains on Ibiza. You can only enjoy “tourist trains” that go on normal streets and are only used to let visitors admire the monuments. The most used local transport is bus, and you can find bus stations in all the main towns of Ibiza. The largest one is Estaciòn Cetis, at Ibiza town center.

The Port of Ibiza is very old and dates back to year 650 BC! Today it is a very important part of the island’s economy, in fact it is used both for trades and tourism. It mainly welcomes cruise ships and private boats, plus the many ferries. Around the port, many tourist places – with shops, restaurants and events – make the nightlife vibrate. Another lovely tourist port and marina is Sant Antoni de Portmany’s, a small town set on the north coast of the island.