Ibiza Travel Insurance
If you're jetting out to the party island, then you'll want to ensure you have the right travel insurance policy in place. By either choosing a single or annual policy, you can then decide which level of cover is suitable for your holiday.
|Emergency medical and repatriation expenses|
|Curtailment and loss of holiday|
|Passport and other documents|
|Baggage Delay (outward journey)|
|Legal costs and expenses|
|Scheduled airline failure|
|End supplier failure|
*Or as specified on your schedule
Travel insurance add-ons
If you're getting married or perhaps are attending a wedding on your Balearic break, then you'll be pleased to know that wedding cover comes as standard with our Gold and Platinum cover.
If you plan on taking part in any extreme sports, like windsurfing or extra activities, like quad biking, you'll need to make sure you have the appropriate sports travel insurance policy in place before your adrenaline starts pumping.
Top 5 things to see and do in Ibiza
1. Relax on the beach
You can't go to Ibiza without visiting the beach, and the beaches at Playa en Bossa and Cala Comte are some of the best, with beautiful sand and vivid nightlife and restaurants.
2. Dance the night away
Ibiza is renowned for its nightlife, and the strips at Playa en Bossa make it easy to drink, have fun and dance until you drop.
3. Go walking
Walking may not have been at the top of your list, but the hike up Sa Talaia offers views of the island, and you might even be lucky enough to see one of Ibiza's famous sunsets.
4. Explore San Marco
The caves at San Marco are expansive and delightful, and an impressive light show will meet you at the bottom to light up the stalagmites that surround you.
5. Wander through Dalt Vila
Ibiza's old town is a far cry from the clubbing scene and is thriving with markets and architectural wonders, some of which are UNESCO heritage sites.
How expensive is Ibiza?
Although it's relatively cheap to experience Ibiza, with package deals from around £500, the nightlife, club entry and food can be surprisingly expensive.
Where should I stay in Ibiza for partying?
Playa en Bossa and San Antonio are just some of the clubbing hotspots in Ibiza, with clubbing strips following the stretches of sandy beaches. There are many holiday clubs here and larger hotels along the coastline. By taking out comprehensive travel insurance, you can ensure that you stay covered in the event that you are injured or taken ill.
What do you wear in Ibiza?
Ibiza clubs do not generally have a dress code, however, you should remember that it can get extremely hot during summer, with highs of 30 degrees, and so cooler clothes may be appropriate.
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