Flying from Ibiza
Ibiza Airport Information
Ibiza Airport was initially constructed as a military airfield during the Spanish Civil War, but when international tourism in Spain picked up in the 1950s, Ibiza Airport was converted into a commercial facility. Ibiza Airport is relatively small, with only one terminal building. It houses a variety of stores, restaurants, currency exchange, post office, ATMs, conference and meeting rooms, lost-and-found office, Wi-Fi, as well as facilities for baby-changing/feeding and play areas for children. Ibiza Airport is typically the eighth busiest in Spain, but becomes the third busiest during the summer tourist season.
Getting to the Airport in Ibiza
It is easy to take a bus to Ibiza Airport, with Route 10 running between the airport and Ibiza bus station, the ferry port of Formentera, the port and San Jorge every 30 minutes in the summer. For a slightly faster journey, you can also take a taxi to Ibiza Airport, which typically takes about 15 minutes.
Arriving in Seville
Take flights to Seville to tour romantic alleyways and discover what this jewel of southern Europe and fourth largest city in Spain has to offer. From ancient settlements to the expansive Roman Empire, this classic Mediterranean city has borne witness to the rise and fall of Europe’s most powerful empires.
First Time in Seville
Travelers can hop aboard a horse-drawn carriage or walk the streets to scope out relics of the past and the lively night scene.
Those who enjoy a bit of rhythm can use their tickets to Seville to explore the rich Flamenco genre of dance, a festive tradition that is always evolving.
Making the Most of Your Seville Holiday
Try to look for flight deals to Seville in the summer months when the heat means that crowds are thinner. Cheap hotels in Seville can be found throughout the year, particularly during the cooler fall months between September and October. Fly with airberlin when you travel to Seville.