For those in Ibiza on a budget, a great way to get a great value meal is to have the “Menu of the Day” or Menu Del Dia.
The history of the Menu Del Dia goes back all the way to Franco times. It was implemented in the early 60s to give the workers an affordable, filling lunch for a great price.
In more modern times, with the worldwide financial crisis it has again come back into favour, with both workers and visitors to Ibiza and Spain as a whole.
It seems to be the hot topic of conversation that Ibiza is getting too expensive, too exclusive and too VIP. So we ask the question can Ibiza on a budget be done in 2018?
Well the simple answer is yes we believe it’s possible. Don’t believe the rumours or the hype – Ibiza is still as cheap as you want it to be or equally on the other hand as expensive as you want it to be.
Here are our top tips for doing Ibiza on a budget in 2018. Read more
Up until a few years ago finding a decent wifi connection in Ibiza was a truly rare thing and only the odd coffee shops had it, but thankfully, times have changed and now there are an abundance of free networks you can connect to.
Most hotels, bars and restaurants have wifi which you can use whilst you’re there. Some hotels do charge extra, but as with most places it’s cheap enough and works well.
Ibiza is like any holiday destination you do pay a small premium to enjoy it, however, being an island where a lot of items have to come in by sea it does make it slightly more expensive than mainland Spain.
However don’t let this put you off; you can still have a great trip away even if you are on a budger, read on to see how you can save yourself a few quid which will make a huge difference to your time away.