Car Rental Ibiza

Starting from
24 $ per day*
* Rates include tax and are based on a 7 day rental from 07/02/2018 - 07/09/2018 at Ibiza
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Hertz in Ibiza

Sitting in the Mediterranean Sea, just off the coast of Spain, the iconic Balearic island of Ibiza is a unique destination, largely due to its ability to be so many different things to so many different people.

The sun-kissed home of wondrous white sandy beaches offers everything from the well-trodden path walked by clubbers from all over the world to secluded serenity and hidden beauty in the shape of pretty churches and charming villages. Whatever your reason for being drawn to Ibiza, this is an island that’s ripe for adventure.

Renting a car is a great way to see the best of what the island has to offer, giving you the opportunity to explore everything from the buzz of the busy nightclub scene to the peace of the pine groves.

Our pick-up point on Ibiza is handily located at Ibiza Airport. Choose from a wide selection of cars to suit your needs – whether you’re looking for a compact model, larger family vehicle or an SUV.

Whether you’re visiting Ibiza for business or pleasure, we’ve got the right car for your trip. We aim to get you behind the wheel and on the road as quickly and conveniently as possible, so you can start discovering what this beautiful Mediterranean gem has to offer.

Pickup Locations Ibiza

  • Ibiza Airport

    Opening hours: (Seasonal location) / From 1 October until 31 March: Mo-Su 0700-2300. From 1 April until 30 September: Mo-Su 0700-2400

    Address: Airport,
    Balearic Islands

    Phone: +34 971 809178

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Driving in and around Ibiza

Our car rental location at Ibiza Airport offers the ultimate convenience to get out and start enjoying the island.  At just under 30 miles long and only 16 miles wide, Ibiza is smaller than its neighbor Mallorca, making it easy to navigate by car as you explore the very best of its beaches and other attractions.

The main route from the airport is the E20 highway, which will take you into the heart of Ibiza Town (also known as Eivissa) in around 10 minutes, offering easy access to different parts of the capital.

Further north outside the city, this road becomes the E10, which leads all the way to the resort of Portinatx. Situated on the northern coast of the island, it’s host to a trio of white sandy beaches surrounded by clear blue waters and scenic green forests.

Driving in Ibiza is relatively straightforward due to its compact size. Finding your way around should never be too difficult, and the roads are rarely so busy to worry about traffic issues.

There’s plenty of parking available all over the island, with paid parking areas shown by blue lines on the road. A yellow kerb shows that parking in that area is not allowed. Most of the resorts also offer designated parking centers, such as Parking Es Pratet in Ibiza town.

In Ibiza, like the majority of Europe, you’ll be driving on the right side of the road. Speed limits vary from 120km/h (74 mph) on highways to 100km/h (62mph) on conventional roads and 90km/h (56mph) on smaller roads. In built-up areas this drops to 50km/h (31mph).  

A quick guide to Ibiza

There’s so much more to Ibiza than the club scene it’s famous for. Exploring its beautiful coastline by car allows you to discover picturesque villages and tiny coves, while heading inland reveals the island’s peaceful countryside and charming villages.

Beach life

If you’re looking to hit the beach, Ibiza is blessed with plenty of great options, whether you want a quiet spot to sunbathe or a family-friendly area with plenty of attractions.

One of the island’s liveliest resorts is Playa d’en Bossa on the south-east coast. It has the longest beach on the island, making it a hugely popular summer destination for locals and visitors alike.

You’ll find plenty of bars and cafés along the seafront as well as a great range of watersports on offer, including jet skis and catamarans. By night the town is usually filled with dance music fans thanks to its many well-known nightclubs, which stay open into the early morning hours.

Sounds of San Antonio

The town of San Antonio – known locally as Sant Antoni de Portmany – is famous worldwide for its lively atmosphere and popular nightspots, many tucked away in the narrow streets of the West End.

The celebrated Sunset Strip really put San Antonio on the map, with well-known spots such as Café Mambo and Café del Mar. In the center of town you’ll find a quirky touch – a huge statue of an egg in tribute to explorer Christopher Columbus.

The story goes that Columbus hailed from San Antonio and the egg refers to the method he used to convince his financial backers to fund his voyage to the Americas, challenging them to make an egg stand on its end. When they failed, he lightly cracked the base of the egg to prove them wrong – securing the funds he needed to make history.

Slow the pace

For a more relaxing experience, drive to Santa Eulalia on the east coast, where you’ll find a beautiful tree-lined promenade and peaceful yachting marina. This town is also a cultural and gastronomic center, with an array of excellent restaurants where you can sample tapas and other Mediterranean delights.

Several of the resort’s cafés and restaurants showcase the works of local artists in temporary exhibitions, and if you want to learn more about the culture of the island it’s not far to the Ethnographic Museum of Ibiza.

This pretty country house pays homage to the old way of life through exhibits such as farming tools, jewellery and traditional costumes. It’s a great way to spend a peaceful afternoon imagining what life was like on the island hundreds of years ago.

Capital culture

Ibiza’s capital is the biggest city on the island, with a fantastic selection of places to eat and plenty of stores that range from high-end fashion outlets to smaller, quirky boutiques where you can pick up some new threads, jewelry and souvenirs.

One of the main attractions of Ibiza Town is Dalt Vila, the old ‘upper town’ crowned by a medieval citadel. It’s a fascinating combination of ancient and modern, and as you climb the narrow cobbled streets you’ll find terraces at every level with restaurant balconies surrounded by traditional Catalan buildings, along with some truly fantastic views out across the island.

Make sure you also set some time aside to explore the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Snows, an impressive Gothic building dating back to the 14th century which offers spectacular views of the sea from its battlements.

Dalt Vila is also home to an Archaeological Museum where you can see some amazing artefacts covering more than 3,000 years of history. Renting a vehicle for your trip to Ibiza gives you the chance to visit all these attractions and many more.