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    There are over 69 locations where you can hire a car in the Balearic Islands.

  • Best time to visit

    The weather is best during the summer, however spring and autumn are also a lovely times to go to the Balearics.

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    The most popular suppliers are Goldcar, Record, Centauro, Thrify and Hertz.

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    Hottest month: August (25°C)
    Coldest month: January (10°C)

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Hire a car in the Balearics

The Balearics are timeless holiday islands with endless appeal.

There are four main Balearic Islands, though many people only know about three. With their great beaches, Mediterranean climate and cheap flights in, Mallorca, Ibiza and Menorca attract millions of visitors from across the globe. The smallest of the bunch, Formentera, also boasts gorgeous stretches of golden sand, but has a very different appeal.

With 60 blue flag beaches between them, you are spoiled for choice when it comes to deciding upon your holiday destination. All the islands are explored best with a car, from the tiny seaside villages of Ibiza to the snaking roads of the Tramuntana Mountains of Mallorca.

Balearic travel tips

Things to remember

The Balearic Islands are a great place to drive. The roads are quiet, the scenery is beautiful and there is lots to explore that you can only access by hiring a car. Here are a few travel tips to help you on your way.

You may find that road signs and street names are in Catalan. This is all very well, but if you buy a map of one of the islands, it could very well be written in Castilian Spanish. Menorca’s capital is now referred to as Maó – older maps and signs could still call it Mahón.

Driving tip
Sometimes you may find that motorway traffic joins at the same place that cars exit. Keep your focus as this can be confusing and busy!

Some Spanish streets have unusual parking rules due to the narrowness of the roads. For half the month you can park on one side, and the other half you can park on the other. Signs will indicate the days.

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The white isle

The clubbers’ capitals of the world needs no introduction. Undeniably famous for its party scene, epic DJs and their faithful followers flock to Ibiza each and every summer.

However, a great deal of history also finds itself on this pretty rock. If you are looking for culture, you can explore old towns, temples, baroque cathedrals and archaeological sites. Head to Ibiza Town to see hippy markets and feel edgy boho vibes.

Most see the sleepier side to Ibiza after the closing parties have come and gone. But find the right villages, secluded coves (having a car is the only real way to get to the most secretive ones) and nature trails all year round and it will feel like a different island than you might have expected.

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The battle of the Balearics