Affordable Flights to Ibiza

From Malta to Ibiza
Starting from 49 EURO

With affordable flights to Ibiza from Malta discover how easy your next vacation can be, all within your budget. Book direct with Universal Air for great prices and availability.

Why Fly to Ibiza?

Flying to Ibiza offers a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in one of Europe’s most vibrant and picturesque destinations. Known for its stunning beaches, world-class nightlife, and rich cultural heritage, Ibiza attracts travellers looking for both relaxation and adventure. Here are a few reasons why flying to Ibiza can be an excellent choice:

Stunning Beaches: Ibiza boasts some of the Mediterranean’s most beautiful beaches, from secluded coves to lively resorts. The clear, turquoise waters are perfect for swimming, snorkeling, and diving.

Vibrant Nightlife: Ibiza is globally renowned as a hotspot for nightlife, featuring some of the best clubs and DJs in the world. The island’s lively atmosphere is perfect for those looking to party and enjoy entertainment that runs till dawn.

Rich Cultural History: Beyond its party reputation, Ibiza has a deep historical and cultural side. The old town of Ibiza, Dalt Vila, is a UNESCO World Heritage site, offering charming streets and ancient architecture to explore.

Scenic Landscapes: The island is not just about beaches and clubs; it also offers stunning natural landscapes. From rustic countryside to rocky coastlines, there is plenty to explore for nature lovers.

Relaxation and Wellness: Ibiza is also a place for relaxation, with numerous wellness retreats and spas. It’s an ideal destination for those looking to unwind and rejuvenate.

Culinary Delights: The local cuisine in Ibiza is a delight, with fresh seafood, traditional Spanish dishes, and international cuisine readily available.

Accessible Travel: With regular flights from various major cities, getting to Ibiza is convenient and often budget-friendly, making it an accessible choice for a quick getaway or a longer holiday.

Overall, flying to Ibiza can provide a diverse and fulfilling travel experience, whether you’re seeking excitement, relaxation, or cultural enrichment.

What to do in Ibiza?

Ibiza offers a wide range of activities and attractions that cater to all types of travelers. Whether you’re interested in its famous nightlife, tranquil beaches, or rich cultural experiences, here’s what you can do in Ibiza:

Explore the Beaches

Ses Salines: Famous for its crystal-clear waters and vibrant beach bars.
Cala Comte: Known for stunning sunsets and a picturesque setting.
Cala Bassa: Offers soft sands and clear waters, perfect for families.

Dive into the Nightlife

Pacha Ibiza: One of the island’s most iconic clubs, known for hosting world-famous DJs.
Amnesia: Famous for its foam parties and electronic music nights.
Ushuaïa: A popular open-air club with top-tier DJ performances and spectacular shows.

Discover the Old Town

Dalt Vila: The UNESCO-listed old town of Ibiza offers a journey back in time with its cobbled streets, charming cafes, and panoramic views from the city walls.

Enjoy Local and International Cuisine

Seafood: Sample fresh seafood at beachfront restaurants.
Tapas: Enjoy local tapas bars in Ibiza town for authentic Spanish flavours.

Participate in Outdoor Activities

Boat Trips: Take a boat trip to the nearby island of Formentera, known for its pristine beaches and clear waters.
Hiking: Explore hiking trails that offer scenic views of the coastline and the interior landscapes.
Water Sports: Engage in water sports such as jet skiing, parasailing, and snorkeling.

Relax at Wellness Retreats

Yoga and Spa: Ibiza is home to several yoga retreats and wellness centers where you can rejuvenate.

Attend Cultural Festivals

Local Festivals: Experience local culture through festivals and events that celebrate Ibiza’s heritage and traditions.

Visit Unique Museums and Galleries

Puget Museum: Explore local art and history in a picturesque setting.
Contemporary Art Museum: Dive into the vibrant contemporary art scene of Ibiza.

Explore the Markets

Hippy Markets: The famous Las Dalias Hippy Market and Es Canar Hippy Market offer a variety of crafts, clothing, jewelry, and local products, embodying the island’s bohemian spirit.

Ibiza seamlessly blends relaxation, adventure, and cultural exploration, making it a comprehensive destination for all travellers.

Flights to Ibiza

Starting 31 May, we are offering direct flights to Ibiza, twice a week departing every Friday and Sunday. The flight time from Malta to Ibiza is approximately two hours and forty five minutes. Enjoy our consistent service throughout the year. Book your trip now and discover the variety Ibiza has to offer with Universal Air.

How to Book Flights

In order to get the best deals we recommend booking directly through flyuniversalair.com or you can download our mobile app or call our call centre on +356 212 55 212. Alternatively, you can book directly through your preferred travel agent or call our travel partner FCM Travel on +356 2345 6789.

What’s Included in your Air Fare

When you book a flight with Universal Air, you automatically receive a 15kg checked luggage allowance, as well as a 7kg cabin bag. Enjoy the convenience of selecting complimentary seats at the back of the aircraft or opt for paid seating at the front of the aircraft for quicker boarding and disembarking. Additionally, take advantage of our buy on board service, offering a selection of food and drinks to enhance your travel experience.

Frequently Asked Questions on Ibiza

Where is Ibiza Located?

Ibiza is located in the Mediterranean Sea and is part of the Balearic Islands, an archipelago of Spain. It lies to the east of the Iberian Peninsula and is approximately 150 kilometers (about 93 miles) from the city of Valencia on the eastern coast of Spain. The island is situated to the southwest of its larger neighbour, Mallorca, and to the north of the smaller island, Formentera. Ibiza is known for its picturesque landscapes, vibrant nightlife, and rich cultural heritage, making it a popular destination for tourists from around the world.

How Big is Ibiza?

Ibiza is relatively small but offers a lot in terms of both natural beauty and cultural experiences. The island covers an area of about 571 square kilometers (220 square miles). It is approximately 41 kilometers (25 miles) long and 15 kilometers (9 miles) wide at its widest points. Despite its compact size, Ibiza’s diverse landscapes include rugged coastlines, quiet villages, and bustling beach resorts, making it a well-rounded and popular destination in the Mediterranean.

How to Get to Ibiza?

Getting to Ibiza is relatively straightforward due to its popularity as a tourist destination. Here are some common ways to reach this beautiful island:

By Air

Flights: The primary and most convenient way to get to Ibiza is by flying. Ibiza Airport (IBZ) serves numerous international and domestic flights, especially during the tourist season from late spring to early autumn. Universal Air fly direct twice a week to Ibiza.

By Ferry

From Mainland Spain: You can take a ferry to Ibiza from several Spanish cities, including Barcelona, Valencia, and Denia. This option adds a scenic maritime journey to your travel and is especially popular among those who are bringing vehicles or prefer a more leisurely route.
From Other Balearic Islands: Regular ferries also connect Ibiza with the neighbouring islands of Mallorca and Formentera. This is a great choice if you’re considering island hopping.
By Private Boat Chartering a Yacht or Boat: If you’re looking for a more exclusive and flexible way to arrive, you can charter a private boat from mainland Spain or other Mediterranean locations.

By Cruise

Cruise Ship: During the Mediterranean cruise season, Ibiza is a stop for various cruise lines. This can be a luxurious and hassle-free way to visit the island as part of a broader itinerary.

Tips for Travelling to Ibiza

Book in Advance: Especially during peak season, it’s wise to book your flights and accommodations well in advance to secure the best rates and availability.
Check for Packages: Often, travel packages that include flights, transfers, and hotels can be cost-effective. You can visit your preferred travel agent or our partner FCM Travel for complete travel packages.
Consider Off-Peak Travel: For a quieter experience, consider visiting in the late spring or early autumn when the weather is still pleasant, but the crowds are less dense.

Whichever mode of transportation you choose, Ibiza’s charm and vibrant atmosphere await you upon arrival.

How Expensive is Ibiza?

Ibiza can be quite variable in terms of expenses, depending on your travel style, the time of year, and the experiences you choose. Here’s a breakdown of what you might expect in terms of costs:


Budget: Hostels and budget hotels are available and might cost around €30-€50 per night.
Mid-range: For a more comfortable stay, mid-range hotels typically range from €100 to €200 per night.
Luxury: High-end accommodations in Ibiza, including luxury hotels and villas, can start from €300 and go up significantly, especially in prime locations or if booking last-minute in peak season.


Budget: Casual dining and street food can cost around €10-€15 per meal.
Mid-range: A meal at a more formal restaurant can typically cost between €20 and €50.
High-end: Fine dining experiences or dinner at trendy spots, especially those in popular areas or with views, can start at €50 and go much higher.


Club Entries: Entry fees to famous clubs can range from €20 to €50 or more, depending on the event and DJ playing.
Drinks: Expect to pay around €10-€15 for a cocktail.


Public Transport:
Buses are relatively inexpensive, with fares around €2-€4.
Car Rentals: Starting at about €30 per day depending on the type of vehicle and season.
Taxis: Taxis charge a starting fare of around €3.65, with additional costs depending on distance.


Beach Activities: Many beaches are free, but rentals for lounge chairs or umbrellas can cost €10-€20 per day.
Tours and Excursions: Prices vary widely, but a typical boat tour or guided activity could cost €50-€100.

Overall Budget

Budget Travellers: For those sticking to hostels, public transport, and self-catering, you could manage on €50-€70 per day.
Mid-range Budget: A more comfortable experience with mid-range hotels and restaurants might cost €100-€250 per day.
Luxury Travellers: For a luxury experience with high-end accommodations, dining, and exclusive activities, costs can exceed €300 per day easily.

Travelling during the peak summer months (June to August) will generally be more expensive due to higher demand. For better deals and fewer crowds, consider visiting during the shoulder seasons in late spring (May) or early autumn (September to October).

Ultimately, how expensive Ibiza will be can greatly depend on your personal preferences and the type of vacation you wish to have.

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