The most common way of getting to Ibiza is by air. Over 4 million passengers a year pass through the airport in the largest of the Pitiüses islands. There are regular links with Mallorca and Menorca all year round, as well as connections with the Spanish mainland and a number of European capitals.
Passengers arrive by sea on the ferries connecting
Ibiza with Barcelona, València, Dènia and other
parts of the Illes Balears. A further option is for travellers
to arrive by means of their own boats and moor at the marinas
and yacht clubs on the island.
By sea, the island can be reached through the ports of Ibiza and Sant Antoni. The former is served by Transmediterránea line boats from Barcelona, València, and Palma de Mallorca, and by Balearia line boats from Dènia, Palma de Mallorca and Formentera. Connections between the port of Ibiza and Formentera are offered by Umafisa-Pitra with a one-hour crossing.
Umafisa and Balearia line boats arrive in the port of Sant Antoni de Portmany from Dènia, Alicante and Palma de Mallorca. There is a fast ferry service in the summer, connecting Ibiza with Palma de Mallorca in two hours, and with València in three.