Tourist tax in Ibiza

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Tourist tax is usually charged in places famous for their unique nature and spa qualities, which is why such a fee is also called a climate tax. All tourists are required to pay tourist tax in a given place, regardless of whether it is a trip with a travel agency or a trip organized on your own.

How much is the tourist tax in Ibiza?

The Ibiza tourist tax has been in effect since 2016. It is not a uniform fee – the amount depends on the date of the vacation and the type of accommodation.

Staying in campervans, hostels and budget accommodations costs €1 per person.

Cruise passengers, regardless of the length of their stay in Ibiza, pay 2 euros in tax per day. The same rate also applies to those staying in budget hotels and apartments – standard up to 3 stars.

For a stay in a hotel with an average standard you pay 3 euros per day, while accommodation in the most expensive hotels is a tax of 4 euros per day.


How much is the climate tax in winter?

Outside the tourist season, from November 1 to April 30, the tax is reduced by 75 percent. Tourists who plan to stay longer than nine days can also count on a 50 percent reduction. Children under 16 are exempt from the fee altogether.

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