Lounge Review: Sala Cap des Falcó Ibiza
Ibiza is a small airport, so the chances of spending a lot of time here are probably not great. Still, they have an Aena-operated lounge called Sala Cap des Falcó, which is accessible by Priority Pass!
It's located at one of the ends of the terminal, near gate 1. So after coming through security, make a U-turn. Don't make the mistake that I did and walk to the opposite end of the terminal!
Inside we were greeted by a friendly gentleman, who was in charge of checking in visitors, restocking food, and tidying up. The lounge itself seems quite new, bright and clean.
Like other Aena lounges (Aena is the operator of airports in Spain), and actually like the Iberia lounges in Madrid too, the food selection is kind of like visiting a minimart, with packaged sandwiches and salads in a fridge. To its credit, the Ibiza lounge's selection was a bit more bountiful, with actual greens-based salads on offer.
There were a few different types of sandwiches too, from these brioche rolls to sliced bread sandwiches. With some Danone flan for dessert, the food made a decent, light dinner!