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Ibiza Taxi Information

Taxis can be flagged down if they are showing a green light street side, or you can go to the taxi ranks that are in all major resorts, the airport and most towns.
There are numbers in the reception of most hotels and hostels and most speak English, however you can ask Hotel reception to call one for you.

You are charged on the meter so prices vary depending on time of day and distance you need to travel.

Telephone Numbers:

Radio Taxi Ibiza Town – 971 39 84 83

Radio Taxi Airport – 971 80 00 80

Radio Taxi San José – 971 80 00 80

Radio Taxi San Antonio – 971 34 37 64

Radio Taxi Santa Eulalia – 971 33 33 33

Radio Taxi San Juan – 971 33 33 33

Radio Taxi Formentera – 971 32 23 42

 

Illegal Taxis

Be very aware of illegal taxi drivers touting for business, They are uninusred and can be very dangerous.

Getting around the island by bus is actually really easy! There are half hour connections between all the major resorts and an extensive and regular service runs right across the island to the smaller towns and attractions as well.

In summer and peak season, the service runs from 7am right through till 11:30 pm, with night buses from Ibiza, San Antonio and Es Cana to and from the airport and the apply named Disco buses run from all major clubs and resorts from midnight right through till 6am!

Bus stops are marked with a P for Parada, which means Stop and you can pay the driver when you get on the bus or if there is a ticket office nearby you can purchase your ticket beforehand.

Make sure you ring the bell when you want to get off.

Since Ibiza is an island, their water taxi or ferry service is pretty special and you are privy to some awesome views as you sail about on its turquoise waters. Most leave every 20 mins or so but can be delayed due to weather and water conditions so be aware of that.

They all leave from landing stages and link most of the main resorts. Timetables are usually up next to where the boat docks so might be a good idea to take a picture of your boats timetable on your phone

Or click here and charter your own boat..

The Aquabus service from Ibiza Town direct to Formentura is an excellent way to get across the island, at a low cost.

A regular, all year run service, with various ticket options, this 40 minute trip is relaxing and is a favourite trip for families. There is no extra charge for traveling with dogs or large suitcases.

If you book a return journey, you are invited to enjoy Sangria as Ibiza Port comes into view!

Check in at the ticket office is 30 minutes before departure.

Departures:
March 15th to end of April: at 8am, 11am and 2.30pm
May and October at 10am, 12pm and 7pm
June and September: at 8am, 10am, 12pm, 4pm and 7pm
July: at 8am, 10am, 12pm, 4pm, 7pm and 9pm
August: at 8am, 10am, 12pm, 4pm, 7pm, 9pm and 12am (midnight)
November onwards: times still to be confirmed

Returns:
March 15th to end of April: at 10am, 12.30am and 5pm
May and October: at 11am, 6pm and 8pm
June and September: at 9am, 11am, 2pm, 6pm amd 8pm
July: at 9am, 11am, 2pm, 6pm, 8pm and 10pm
August: at 9am, 11am, 2pm, 6pm, 8pm, 10pm and 1am
November onwards: times still to be confirmed

Police
GUARDIA CIVIL 062
Ibiza 971 301 100

NATIONAL POLICE 091
Ibiza 971 398 831

LOCAL POLICE 092
Ibiza 971 315 861

Hospitals
EMERGENCIES 112

Can Misses
Carrer de Corona, 32-36 07800 Eivissa

Tel: 971 397 000

Policlínica Ntra. Sra. del Rosario
Vía Romana, s/n, 07800 Ibiza
Tel: 971 301 916
Urgencias: 169