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The concept of a cheap holiday in Ibiza may well sound impossible at times, with club entry prices nearing 50 euros, drink prices extortionate, and the less expensive hotels booked up months in advance. However, with a bit of forward planning and some careful money management, it is perfectly possible to have an exciting, activity packed time on Ibiza without clearing out your savings.

Buying airline tickets online often saves money by cutting out telephone booking charges and administration fees. Looking for flights to Ibiza online also allows you to seek out the cheapest and best deals from a variety of different travel companies. Depending on where you live, you may find it useful to investigate the possibility of driving to Denia or Valencia by car and then catching a ferry across to Ibiza, thus avoiding the expense of car hire. The drive and sail option will, of course, shorten your time on the island itself, but it may be worth comparing prices to see whether the longer journey is justified by significant savings on travel and car hire prices.

Once on the island, you can save money by hiring a bicycle, moped or motorbike instead of a car, or by planning a holiday in and around one particular resort. Ferry trips to Formentera are surprisingly inexpensive, so a car free holiday need not necessarily mean staying on the same beach for two weeks. Once on Formentera, hire bikes or a car at the port of La Savina and escape to one of the island's numerous stunning beaches for the day.

Many tourists spend a great deal of money on luxurious dinners in Dalt Vila (Ibiza Old Town) or at celeb filled sunset bars. For a cheaper alternative, wander around Dalt Vila in the late afternoon and stop in the quaint Placa de Vila for a pre dinner drink rather than for dinner itself. Watch the sunset from Cala Tarida or Cala Conta rather than Café del Mar considerably cheaper and far fewer drunken crowds and eat at one of Ibiza Town's delightful portside restaurants.

When you're on a tight budget in Ibiza, the last thing you need is to spend up to 50 euros getting into one of the island's world famous nightclubs, and then forking out between 9 and 20 euros for a straightforward drink. Fortunately, there is much more to Ibiza's nightlife than Manumission and Pacha, and the hundreds of smaller bars and disco bars in San Antonio's West End and all around Ibiza Town provide great music, fantastic DJs, a Mediterranean party atmosphere and plenty of enthusiastic young clubbers. Many of these smaller bars are free to get into, and, although the drinks remain ridiculously expensive, prices are definitely more reasonable than in the super clubs.

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