Planning European destinations has always been easy for the rich a powerful. Renting a private jet for a summer holiday is an obvious choice when your expectation is high-end travel and a luxurious experience. Now LunaJets can turn the experience into an overnight getaway, connecting cities like Barcelona and Ibiza with the click of an app. There is no need to jump in a car and endure the exhaustion of traffic and motion sickness to hop between two different but equally amazing cities. Hire a private jet and be there in moments. The shortest distance between two points in a line and the shortest distance between Ibiza and Barcelona is a LunaJets.
Barcelona is a cosmopolitan Spanish city located on the northeast coast of the Iberian Peninsula. It is known as much for its art and architecture as it is for its sun-drenched beaches, Barcelona is ideal for a long vacation of exploring as well as for a short weekend at the beach.
The Basilica of the Sagrada Familia is a church of grand beauty and history that rise out of the city's landscape as a monument unto itself. The first stones were laid in the 19th century and work continues on it today.
Barcelona's Gothic Quarter holds the architecture of its medieval origins with the modern attractions of nightclubs, restaurants and trendy bars. Visitors can still see the remains of what was a Roman city at one time.
Places to Stay in Barcelona
Designed by World renowned architect Ricardo Bofill, the W Barcelona has rooms that brilliantly combine elegance with comfort. As if their restaurants and spa facilities were not enough, the W Barcelona offers rooms with some of the most spectacular ocean views that you will find anywhere in the world.
The Ohla Hotel Barcelona is located in the heart of the Gothic Quarter and boasts that it sits in the same spot where Roman water pipes once met and where the palace of Barcelona's first count was built. Add that history with the luxurious hotel itself and the Ohla Hotel Barcelona will not disappoint.
Why Visit Ibiza?
Ibiza is a small island in Spain located in the Mediterranean Sea. It may have started as a port town but it has turned into a party town that people flock to from all over the world. It offers famous beaches, amazing weather and natural beauty you will not find anywhere else.
Beaches & Nightlife
It is no secret that people flock to Ibiza for the party. Whether it is on the sand, in the water or at a club (which may even be on the sand and the water) Ibiza is a giant party. It is especially known for its electronic music scene.
You will not be short on pubs, discos, and nightclubs on your trip. The most iconic nightclub in Ibiza is Amnesia so it is a must-see. A club that has more recently hit the scene but is just as trendy is Privilege
Places to Stay in Ibiza
Nobu Hotel Ibiza
Nobu Hotel Ibiza is located on the shores of Talamanca Bay. You can step right from the doors of the hotel to the gorgeous sandy beaches that await you. In addition to the gorgeous views that are at your fingertips, the Nobu Hotel is close to area attractions.
The Six Senses Ibiza is as much about the experience within the hotel's four walls as it is about its location. As its name implies, this hotel is about disconnecting from the outside world and reconnecting to your senses. The location is breathtaking and activities like yoga led by masters and immersive retreats will have you leaving relaxed and recharged.
Where to Eat in Barcelona?
Abac was awarded 3*** Michelin, which can host 56 customers. Located in the newly constructed pavilion in direct contact with the garden. The Chef adapts the menu to fresh seasonal products. The tasting menu includes dishes such as a Japanese marckerel’s espeto with iced romesco and piquillo’s peppers or a Chinese box: grilled eel fried brioche with “all i oli” and fresh wasabi.
Via Veneto was one of Salvador Dalí's favourite restaurants. Over 50 years of history working daily with a 1 Michelin star, with an attentive eye to the customers. Is mandatory to try PRAWN ASPIC WITH CONSOMMÉ GELÉE AND IRANIAN CAVIAR (almond cream and grape in chardonnay) LOBSTER “CAPRESE” SALAD WITH ITS “VIRGIN MARY” WATER 45€ (farmer’s cherry tomatoes and “mini” homemade burrata cheese)
Where to eat in IBIZA?
ES TRAGÓN is a 2 Michelin star Rooted in tradition, they cook explosive dishes always with respect for the products. The cuttlefish or the black pork is part of the menu.
La Gaia with chef Óscar Molina offers a menu with unique flavours that evoke the quality of the surrounding natural resources of Ibiza. The restaurant has a MICHELIN star that guarantees excellent quality. On the menu, you will find roasted fig, fried Oyster or Seabass ceviche
Aerial view of Barcelona
Aerial view of Ibiza
Why Choose LunaJets?
LunaJets provides an advisory team who handles all aspects of a trip, from VIP arrivals to transportation to and from hotels. City hopping is what private jets are made for. Why spend a weekend in one beautiful and sunny city when you can hit two? A private jet means that Barcelona and Ibiza as a day trip are not out of the question. LunaJets handles the rest of your adventure. Decide weeks or months in advance or make a last-minute adjustment to your itinerary. LunaJets allows you to be free to go where your heart leads you at a moment's notice.
Frequently Asked Questions
How many airports does Barcelona have?
There is only one airport actually in Barcelona which is called El Prat de Llobregat Aeroport. Nowadays Barcelona El Prat is also known by the name Josep Tarradellas.
How far is Barcelona airport from the centre?
The total driving distance from Barcelona airport to the centre is 11 kilometres.
How long does it take to get from Ibiza Town to Ibiza Airport (IBZ)?
Once your charter flight lands at Ibiza Airport (IBZ) the distance to Ibiza Town is 7 km.