Ibiza isn't an especially accommodating destination for travellers with disabilities, though facilities are improving. Some museums, sights and offices, plenty of hotels and beaches and even the odd club now have disabled access, for example, and you can pre-book adapted taxis through the Federació Insular de Taxis de l'Illa d'Eivissa.
As of 2017, Ibiza has over 20 beaches with access for people with disabilities, including boardwalks, ramps and, in some cases, amphibious chairs and adapted toilet and shower facilities. Among these are Platja de Talamanca, d'en Bossa and Ses Salines, Cala d'Hort and Benirràs. Tourist offices provide advice and details. Beach parking can be an issue (particularly in high season), though beaches often have designated disabled spaces.
Ibiza Town's Port Area, Sant Antoni and Santa Eulària are all fairly flat, with good, expansive seafront promenades, though pavements can be narrow (or non-existent) all over Ibiza.
New hotels across Spain are required by law to have wheelchair-adapted rooms, though do check on the specifics of what this actually includes in each case.
The airport offers assistance for travellers with disabilities arriving into Ibiza; check details and make bookings through www.aena.es.
Accessible Travel Online Resources
Download Lonely Planet's free Accessible Travel guides from http://lptravel.to/AccessibleTravel.