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Holiday Tips - Ibiza taxi fares

If there are 3 or 4 of you travelling, taxis are a comfortable and relatively economical way to travel.


Ibiza Taxis

You can flag a taxi down at any time of night and day if the green light is showing.

There are also taxi ranks at the airport and in all towns and resorts. You can also ask the reception of your holiday accommodation to call you a taxi (or call yourself, see the numbers below). Taxis are charged on a meter system (similar to the rest of Europe).

In the high season (July, August and September) there are often long queues at the taxi rank at the airport, we recommend booking an airport transfer in advance.

Fares approved by the Balearics Government (June 2014)

Minimum fare on the street: 3.65 €
With booking through phone call: 4.95 €
Plus 1.09 €/km from 7 a.m. till 9 p.m.
Plus 1.33 €/km from 9 p.m. till 7 a.m., on Saturdays from 3 p.m., on Sundays and bank holidays
Supplement airport/port: 1.80 €

Luggage free of charge

Source of information: Diario de Ibiza

Where to call a taxi

Radio Taxi Ibiza - 971 39 84 83 or 971 33 33 33
Radio Taxi San José - 971 80 00 80 (also airport)
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


The above information is correct to the best of our knowledge, but may be subject to change.


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