FeaturesIbiza Rocks.

Ibiza Rocks.

Blue Islands have added a direct Ibiza flight to their summer flight schedule. With two years since people have been able to party on the white isle, it’s going to be a packed set of places. Pacha is re-opening next month and by the time we get to August, things should be going great guns. Calvin Harris’ residency at Ushuaïa will probably be a good night out too.

Convenient direct flights are now on sale. Providing easy access to one of the Mediterranean’s most famous summer sun and party destinations. Rob Veron, CEO Blue Islands said, “Last year our direct flight programme to Ibiza proved hugely popular and we’re excited to once again provide this summer sun service for 2022. We know our customers value the convenience of direct flights from the Channel Islands, we’re pleased to extend this to Guernsey residents.” 

Blue Islands’ flights to Ibiza depart on Thursdays for 7-night stays, between 18 August and 15 September. There will be a short stop in Jersey for those connecting from Guernsey.

Rob added, “We are uniquely placed to serve special direct flights to select European destinations from the Channel Islands. With convenient flights arriving early afternoon and 23kg hold luggage included as standard; it couldn’t be any easier to holiday in the Ibiza sun this summer.”

Fly to Ibiza from Guernsey and Jersey this summer and discover sandy beaches with laid-back bars and turquoise seas, relaxed bohemian vibes and pretty villages, and not forgetting fashionable beach clubs and non-stop partying.

Full details and to book: blueislands.com/ibiza

Share post:

Previous article
Next article

more of this...

Related articles

Taking to the Air

Nine women experienced the White Collar Aerial Challenge. Read all about it and see them taking to the air!

Back to the Garden

I’m surrounded by banana palms, an apple tree, pear tree, plums and fig trees with fresh spinach and...

Work In Progress

Earlier this year, plans were submitted to help restore Jersey’s much loved Opera House. The government announced it...

My Jersey: Peter James

Our first new feature for 2023, MyJersey,  sees us interview the island’s most interesting inhabitants about what they...