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The sooner your trip starts, the better, so we’ll get you on the road in no time in your choice of vehicle, whether it’s a compact, standard, SUV or one of our luxury cars.
The beautiful Ibiza is the third largest of the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea, and its airport also serves the neighbouring island of Formentera. Once a temporary military airfield during the Spanish Civil War, the airport now welcomes more than five million passengers every year. If you’re hiring a car from Ibiza Airport, you’ll find it’s a great base from which to explore the whole island.
Situated just outside Ibiza Town, you’ll find us on level 0 of the terminal when you arrive at the airport. We’ll quickly get you on the road - whether you’re after a large family car or a small run-around for a business trip - so you’re free to begin your onward journey. We provide for all budgets and purposes, and with no hidden extras to pay, no credit card fees and a 24-hour helpline for those last-minute questions, there’s every reason to choose us to escort you on your trip.
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Ibiza is only 45km long and 25km wide, and its winding, scenic roads are well-connected, so there’s no better way to take in this beautiful island than by hiring a car. Pick yours up from Ibiza Airport, and explore Ibiza Town, the largest city on the island just a stone’s throw away. Or head in a north-west direction along the E-20 (and then the C-731) to arrive at San Antonio – famous not just for its nightlife, but also its stunning sunsets and fantastic beaches. From here, the PM-812 will take you to one of the island’s most beautiful coves, Cala Salada – on a clear day, you can view mainland Spain from here.
The island’s highest point, San Jose, sits to the west of Ibiza Airport if you take the PM-803, while the laidback north offers fine, white sands perfect for rest and relaxation.
If you want to pull up and explore a particular area, there are plenty of options for parking, but wardens are extremely vigilant so beware not to park in yellow or blue zones or overstay your metered time. If you find yourself in Ibiza Town, make use of the pay-by-the-hour station opposite the port. You’re required to carry with you your rental documentation and driving licence, as failure to show them to the police if stopped can result in a fine. It’s also worth bearing in mind that you’re required, by law, to carry a warning triangle and headlamp beam deflectors in case of a break down.
When driving in Ibiza, the law requires you to not exceed 120kph on motorways and dual carriageways, 100kph on roads with more than one lane in each direction and 50kph in built-up areas. You can find out more about driving in Ibiza and mainland Spain with these tips.
With a wide range of travellers passing through our locations every day, we've got a wide range of vehicles on offer to suit your needs - from smart executive saloons to compact family hatchbacks. ***
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The natural beauty and relaxing atmosphere that has attracted tourists for decades is still one of the main draws to Ibiza, despite the island making headlines because of its hedonistic party reputation and music scene.
There’s such a lot to uncover around this island’s beautiful coastline, characterful villages and wonderful architecture. Hiring a car from Ibiza Airport and moving around at your own pace is a great way to explore the island, whether you’re looking for a glimpse of authentic Ibiza, want to sample some of the island’s best beaches or you have business to conduct.
The airport is just 6km south-west of Ibiza Town, the capital, which is a charming hub of tree-lined plazas, intriguing architecture and authentic markets and cuisine. And it’s here where you’ll find Ibiza’s old town. Dalt Vila, which means ‘upper town’, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and it’s easy to see why. It’s home to unrivalled panoramic views and fascinating detail in the ancient Gothic buildings, beautiful courtyards and winding cobbled streets. From the battlements alongside the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Snows, you’ll find breath-taking views of the island. Set inside what used to be an armoury and weapons store, the Museu d'Art Contemporani offers the chance to explore the island’s fascinating history, and uncover some archaeological finds at the dig site.
Head to the east of the island and find palm-lined Santa Eulalia, Ibiza’s third largest resort and considered the gastronomic and cultural centre. Sample the resort’s art galleries, outstanding restaurants and exclusive shopping to get a real slice of the more laidback pace of life here.
Alternatively, Es Cana, a few minutes north of Santa Eulalia, boasts golden sands and the crystal clear blue sea of the Mediterranean. Es Cana is also home to the Punta Arabi Hippy Market, which is held every Wednesday and draws in shopaholics from all around the island.
If Ibiza’s more peaceful side is to your liking, step off the beaten track and head to Sant Miquel de Balansat in the north. It’s ideal for those who love being at one with nature, and the views from the 16th century church, which sits at the top of the hill, are worth the journey alone.
Ibiza is ideal for visiting all year-round. However, if you’re in the market for adventure and exploration, both coast and countryside are beautiful in spring and autumn when the temperatures are a little lower and more manageable. Sun-seekers, however, will be in their element in the summer months when you can mix sightseeing with lazy days on the island’s beautiful beaches. Whether it’s business or leisure that draws you here, car hire at Ibiza Airport is the perfect way to venture out into this stunning island.