Car rental Ibiza Airport

Starting from
24 $ per day*
* Rates include tax and are based on a 7 day rental from 09/06/2018 - 09/13/2018 at Ibiza Airport
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  • Best price guarantee - in the unlikely event you find a lower Hertz price, we'll refund the difference
  • No cancellation or amendment feesWhen the booking is cancelled within two days of being made.
  • No hidden extras to pay - theft and damage cover included
  • No credit card fees

Ibiza Airport

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(Seasonal location) / From 1 October until 31 March: Mo-Su 0700-2300. From 1 April until 30 September: Mo-Su 0700-2400
Address
Airport, 7800,
Balearic Islands


Telephone: +34 971 809178

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Hertz at Ibiza Airport

Ibiza might have a party reputation, but that’s only half the story of this fantastic Balearic island. Once you touch down at the airport, you’ll discover a range of beaches, from the sweeping white sands of Cala d’Hor to the tiny coves of Cala d’en Serra; fortified medieval churches such as the Cathedral of Santa Maria De Las Nieves; and unspoiled countryside.

We have a convenient pick-up point at Ibiza Airport, so you can start exploring the island soon after you land. We aim to get you into your vehicle of choice – browse our collection online and take your pick – as quickly as possible. We want to get you out exploring everything that Ibiza has to offer, which is why we have no hidden extras to pay. You can pre-pay online for an even speedier pick-up or pay on collection – the choice is yours with car rental at Ibiza Airport.

Driving in and around Ibiza

Traveling around Ibiza is relatively straightforward, with light traffic once you leave the main resorts - especially during the low season.

The airport is around a 10-minute drive from the heart of Ibiza, just along the E-20. But if you want to head further afield, taking in the glorious sunshine as you go, you can. At only 45km long, you can take a road trip across the whole island and explore everything it has to offer.

Ibiza as a whole is well connected by road, so you‘re able to get to the likes of San Rafael or Playa d'en Bossa, two of the island’s biggest resorts, with minimal fuss.

Santa Eulalia, in the north, is a perfect spot to head to with your family. The stunning marina and the wealth of shops and restaurants make it the perfect place for a quick day trip – it’s around a 30 minute drive from the airport.

First-time visitors to Ibiza should note that cars use the right-hand side of the road, as in the U.S., and speed limits vary according to where you go: 120 km/h (75mph) on highways, 100 km/h (62mph) on dual carriageways and 90 km/h (55mph) on single carriageway roads. Speeds drop further in urban areas and will be clearly signposted.

When it comes to parking, you’ll see the curbs are painted in different colors – which means different rules apply. If you see a curb painted blue, then you’ll need to get a ticket to park there. A yellow curb means you’re prohibited from parking, and blue curbs with green markings are for residents only.

A quick guide to Ibiza

Boasting incredible natural beauty, a sizzling climate, UNESCO World Heritage Sites as well as a lively atmosphere, Ibiza is well known across the world. This incredible Iberian island is a haven for sun-lovers too - it’s covered in more than 60 beaches.

If you’re wanting to visit the island for family fun or a relaxed break, you’ll find there’s plenty to see and do aside from clubbing – although that famous side of the island won’t disappoint, should you be here for the party life. You can go on a sunset boat cruise to explore the Can Marca smugglers’ caves, quaint villages, and pirate towers.

From its luminous beaches to world-class cuisine, Ibiza has attracted travelers from all over the world since the 1950s.

Party people

If you’re looking for a party atmosphere, Playa d’en Bossa on the east coast and San Antonio on the western side are the places you need to be. The two resorts are only 12 miles apart so, if time permits, you can visit both.

With house music for adults and bouncy castles for kids, it’s probably no surprise that Playa d’en Bossa is one of the most popular resorts in Ibiza. You can go swimming, sunbathing and listen to superstar DJs all night long.

A taste of old Spain

Ibiza Town is only a ten-minute drive from Playa d’en Bossa, and the largest city in Ibiza has a traditional Spanish town center with stylish boutiques embellishing its cobblestone streets.

If you want to stay locally, then drive across to Figueretas. The handsome beach town is situated next to Playa d’en Bossa and Ibiza Town and has exceptional restaurants with sumptuous views across the curve of sand and sea. Popular even in the low season, the Talamanca beach resort has a sparkling marina and a promenade.

Play on the playa

You can’t visit Ibiza without hitting the beach. Playa d’en Bossa is home to the most famous stretch of sand on the island, and caters to everyone from families to clubbers.

It’s the perfect place to spend an afternoon relaxing in the sun or taking a dip in the water. If you fancy a scenic stroll, walking along this beach will lead you to a 16th-century watchtower.

Es Cavallet beach, meanwhile, is only a ten-minute drive away from Playa d’en Bossa and is far more secluded than its neighbors - surrounded by dunes and authentic Spanish restaurants.

The classic island dish, guisat de peix (fish stew), is prepared with fish, potatoes and aioli. For dessert, make sure you try ensaïmadas, delicious croissants stuffed full of cream or chocolate.

So, whether you’re looking to relax or party in Ibiza, the island is a superb place to visit on vacation and you can explore it all with ease and in comfort with car rental at Ibiza Airport.