The island’s public transport system starts to move into its summer schedule with services starting or increasing in frequency.


Ibiza Town

3 to San Antonio via Sant Rafael,11 to Salinas, 13 to Santa Eulalia, 14 to Playa D’en Bossa, 15 to Cala Llonga via Jesús, 20A to Portinatx via San Juan, 25 to San Miguel via Santa Gertrudis, and 25A to San Miguel Port, 26 from Ibiza Town to Cala Vadella via San Jose, 20B from San Juan to Cala San Vicente, 37 from San Miguel Port to Es Canar. The L10 will take you to the airport.

San Antonio

1 to Stella Maris via Cala Gracio, 2 to Port des Torrent, 3 to Ibiza town via San Rafael, 6 to the Seaview Holiday Village in Port Des Torrent, 22 to San Miguel Puerto, 4 to Cala Conta, 5 to Cala Tarida, 7 to Cala Bassa. L9 is the bus to take you to the airport.

Santa Eulalia

16 to San Carlos, 16A to Cala Llenya and 16B to Es Figueral, 18A to Es Canar, 19 to San Antonio, 21 to Portinatx via San Juan and the 41 to Cala Llonga.


The nightly Disco buses have now started including a new route to DC10!

Ibiza Buses App

Ibiza Buses have an app that once downloaded can be used without an internet connection. All routes and schedules are available on the app.

Boats—East Coast

Aquabus operates services from Ibiza Town to Figueretas and Playa D’en Bossa from 6am-2am, and priced at 3.50€ for one way and 6€ return. They are located in centre of the Ibiza Port at the beginning of Avenida Rosello (in front of the Mar y Sol Café) and daily boats from Ibiza, Figueretas and D’en Bossa to Formentera. They also do cruises from various points on the island including a cultural cruise around the walls of Dalt Vila, to Es Cana (for the Hippy Market on Wednesday from most of the tourist resorts on the island), and a round island tour which starts at San Antonio and picks up at various routes between there and Portinatx.
Cruceros Santa Eulalia operates a boat service from Ibiza Town to Santa Eulalia via Cala Llonga. From Santa Eulalia they also run boats to Cala Pada, Es Cana, Es Figueral and from the municipality of Santa Eulalia to Formentera. Details at
There is also an all year road frequent boat service (running every 30 mins) from Ibiza Town to Marina Botafoch (for Talamanca) and to the new ferry terminal (Estación Maritima de Botafoch) operated by Barcas de Talamanca.
Check the website for more information.

Boats—West Coast

Other than hiring a vehicle or getting taxis to explore the island, boats are a fantastic and reasonably priced way to travel. From 1st May, the water taxis along San Antonio port cannot be missed. You can check the timetables on the kiosks situated in front of the boats, or there are usually display boards next to the boat itself which give details. Each ‘water taxi’ has one destination, so check you are on the correct boat, the captain/staff are happy to help. Tickets are either purchased as you go to board the water taxi or when you are on board. Pushchairs can be taken on board but you will need to collapse them—so bear that in mind.

Water Taxis

The water taxis go from San Antonio to numerous different points in the Bay, including Pinet Playa (Reggae Reggae Beach), Playa Xinxo (Relish Restaurant/Hotel Playa Bella/Hotel Amare). They cost around 3/4€ each way and the timetable is 9.30am – 9.30pm and boats leave every thirty minutes, until 1.30pm when they change to hourly.
Aquabus also do routes from San Antonio to Portinatx and San Miguel, these are considered more excursions than simple travel, check the website for more details.

Day Tripping

Travelling with Ulises Cat, a return trip from Ibiza to Formentera costs 22€ for adults, 10€ for 7-12 year olds and is free for children under 6. You can either depart from Figueretes from 9.15am or Playa d’en Bossa from 9.30am. The boat then returns to Ibiza from Formentera between 5pm and 8pm.
Ulises Cat also offer trips from San Antonio to different beaches such as Cala Salada, Cala Conta and Cala Bassa, from 8-9€ per adult and 4-4.5€ per child (7-12, under 6 go free).
Their website has the full timetable.
Cruceros Portmany also offer trips to Cala Bassa, Cala Conta and Formentera, details of their schedule can be found on the website and tickets are sold directly in the kiosk in San Antonio port. Their opening hours are 8.30am-3pm and 4pm-10pm.
As well as boat taxis, boat trips can be enjoyed for island tours, dolphin excursions, cave cruises and more.
Boats are a great way to visit somewhere new, and with the sun on your skin and a view of the beautiful coastlines, it’s a joyous, comfortable way of travelling.
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