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Despite the fact it appeals to many celebrities & international investors, the island still boasts a unique understated atmosphere and offers privacy for those who live there.
General information about Ibiza:
The Spanish currency is the Euro (€)
Cards are accepted in most places.
If you would like to make a currency exchange, try Global Currency Exchange Network here
Catalan is the main language of the island, Castillan is understood by all Ibizan citizens. Ibiza residents also speak Ibicenco. However, English, French, German and Italian are commonly spoken on the island.
Getting there, getting around:
Most people come to Ibiza by plane, although there are efficient ferry services.
Ibiza airport is situated 7 kms at the west of Ibiza City.
Contact : Aeroport de Ibiza-Eivissa (IBZ/LEIB) – Ibiza, 07800, Spain
Tel: +34 971 809 000
Major European cities are linked to Ibiza airport during the summer season. The rest of the year Ibiza can be reached by regular services from Palma de Mallorca, Barcelona and Madrid (regular services are operated by Iberia, Spanair and Air Europa).
Bus Services from IBZ airport to Ibiza city
Bus services operate on all days from the airport to Ibiza. Summer schedules start from 06h30 to 23h30 every 30 minutes.
To check summer and winter schedules check http://www.ibizabus.com
Car Hire at Ibiza airport
Car hire companies are situated in the arrival hall and in the luggage claim hall.
Companies : Avis, Europcar-Betacar Ibiza, Centauro, Hertz and Tui cars.
Taxi are available at the airport (Ibiza 15 min, San Antonio 25 min, Santa Eularia 25 min)
The postal service in Ibiza is called Correo. Their main colour is yellow.
The stamp price for a European letter, or a postcard is 0,53€. You can buy stamps at the post office or at the tobacconist (estanco).
Post offices in Ibiza are open from Monday to Friday from 08h30 to 14h00 and Sundays from 08h30 to 13h00 (they are closed on Saturdays during the summer)
Main post office are situated
– Eivissa : 65, avenida Isidorio Macabich
– Santa Eularia : Calle Algemesi
– Sant Antonio : Calle de la mar
Water is precious in Ibiza. In restaurants there is no free water, you will have to buy water.
Tourist information offices are open Monday to Friday from 10h00 to 13h00 and then from 17h00 to 19h30. Saturdays they are open from 10h00 to 13h00.
The local offices are:
– Eivissa : in front of the harbour station
– San Antonio : Paseo Maritimo, near Christobal Colomb egg
– Santa Eularia : C/ Mariano Risques
Ibiza – General Information.
Ibiza is the third smallest island in the Balearics, after Mallorca and Menorca (sometimes known as Majorca and Minorca).
Ibiza has a coastline that stretches about 201 km and a population of just 75,000, without the tourists!
Ibiza has in the region of 50 beautiful sandy beaches and more than 300 days of sunshine each year. So, whether you are on Ibiza to party, or here to enjoy the beaches, it’s a great place to but a home.
Some basic facts:
Country : Spain
Language : Spanish Catalàn
Currency : Euro (€)
International phone code : +34
Eletcricity : 220 volts
A General Guide to Buying Property in Ibiza
1) Decide on your preferred area, the type of property you want and what you can reasonably afford. Remember that prices in Ibiza are generally higher than the rest of Spain and The Balearics so a little flexibility is essential.
2) Once you have found your desired property ensure that you have an independent valuation. This should be done through a local bank and can be organised by your estate agent. There is a charge but it is essential, as this will give you an indication of its true value and any potential problems.
3) Once you are happy that everything is in order, you’ll need to negotiate the final price with the owner through your estate agent. Remember that the property is only worth what you are prepared to pay for it so go in with an offer that reflects your own value.
4) Once an offer is accepted by the owner, ensure that a ‘Compra-Venta‘ contract (literally translated means buy/sell) is signed between buyer and seller. This ties all parties in to the agreement and specifies a completion date.
5) The contract will stipulate that a 10% deposit is paid to the seller. The estate agent in a clients account usually holds this until completion of the purchase. This 10% will be taken off the outstanding amount at the time of purchase
6) If the Compra-Venta contract is broken by the buyer then the seller keeps the 10% deposit less any applicable fees.
7) If the Compra-Venta contract is broken by the seller then the buyer is entitled to all the deposit back plus the same again less any applicable fees.
8) On the agreed date all parties will meet at the public notary and sign all the deeds over and the seller will hand the keys over to the buyer.
Important Note for Buyers
When buying a property in Spain you need to allow for an extra 10% of the purchase price to cover all applicable costs. These costs include 7% IVA (VAT) plus solicitors and notary fees.