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Key facts for hiring a car in Ibiza
When to visit
Ibiza is most popular during April - October as many local businesses close the rest of the year. Car hire is extremely good value out of season, however, and accommodation and flights will be very affordable too. So, why not embrace the quietest time of year and grab a bargain?
Car hire locations
There are 24 car hire locations and the most popular one is Ibiza Airport.
Not to be missed
Some of the many outstanding beaches and coves.
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Hire a car in Ibiza
Ibiza is the largest of the Balearics, and a lovely place to discover by car.
The White Isle has always lived up to its world-class reputation as the party destination of the summer, but it offers so much more than its most obvious label suggests. Whitewashed homes and local restaurants provide a homely feel to each town you drive through. Pine trees and greenery cover the island hiding tiny private coves from view, so it’s surprisingly easy to get away from it all here.
What’s more, the island of Ibiza is in our list of top best value European destinations to hire a car, so what are you waiting for?
Car rental in Ibiza – the numbers
Frequently asked questions
Q. What is the most popular rental length in Ibiza?
A. Six to seven days.
Q. When is the most popular time to rent a car in Ibiza?
Q. What's the best value car hire brand in Ibiza?
A. Record is the cheapest car rental brand in Ibiza, offering cars from just £2 per day.
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Make the most of Ibiza
Villages worth a visit
The Notting Hill of Ibiza is a traditional town set deep within the heart of the island with a charming, bohemian atmosphere. The area has a warm and slightly eccentric vibe; it’s a welcome place to stop, spend a few hours exploring and grab a bite.
San Lorenzo (Sant Llorenc de Balafia)
A few kilometres down the road from Santa Gertrudis, this tiny town is probably best known for Paloma Cafe. This Italian restaurant is famed for its wholesome menu. You can even snack off fresh fruit straight from the trees if you time it right.
Where to watch the sunset
S’illot des Rencli
An idyllic cove with a restaurant attached, the sea views paired with a long, late lunch are perfect partners for the evening sun. A peaceful and unforgettable experience.
Es Vedra Island
A well-known spot, get here early to grab the best views. Es Vedra is frequently referred to as the best place on the island to see the sun go down, and with such a dramatic vista it’s easy to see why. This rock in the ocean provides a magical centerpiece for the pink Ibiza light.
Sports to try out
To ride out into the countryside try Ibiza Horse Valley. Trek into nature, enjoy the freedom of mountain solitude and take in the panoramic views.
Ibiza walking routes
There are many walking trails across the island, ranging in difficulty. Some coastal, some inland, there’s plenty of picturesque scenery to admire.
Head out to sea and float above bright blue waters in a yellow canoe. Explore caves, paddle across calm coves and swim in the warm ocean.
The taste of Ibiza
What to try
Starter – Ensalada Payesa
A delightfully refreshing salad containing potato, egg, onion, pepper, tomato and olive. Goes well with fish.
Main – Bullit de Peix
An island specialty, this tasty stew was once a fisherman’s cuisine. The dish often contains many different types of fish and isn’t for the faint hearted. Served with an aioli sauce.
Dessert – Orelletes
A typical Ibizan dessert, the shape of which resembles an ear. These small treats are flavoured with lemon and aniseed and fried in oil.
Snack – Ensaïmadas
A Mallorcan pastry stuffed with almond butter, worth trying when you’re visiting the Balearics.
Drink – Hierbas Ibicencas
Once produced by monks, this Balearic specialty is a herb-based liqueur with digestive properties. A bit like marmite, you’ll love it or hate it.
Resorts worth a look
Eivissa Town (Ibiza Town)
Let the Mercat Vell (old market) entice you with its gorgeous goodies, and enjoy the mix of ancient architecture and modern nightlife.
For a quieter trip, head to Santa Eulalia. Perfect for families, here you can visit a Roman bridge, wander the tree-lined streets and relax by the marina.
Puerto de San Miguel
Rumour has it that the best Ibicencan fish is served up in Puerto de San Miguel. You can also experience strange and wonderful Can Marça Caves.
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The ultimate Ibiza road trip
Ibiza Airport IBZ
The only airport on the island, IBZ serves both Ibiza and Formentera.
Car hire pick up point
Some desks are within the terminal, but depending on the provider you may need to get a short shuttle bus to collect your car.
Talamanca – 10km
White beach near to Ibiza Town known for its clear waters and wooden promenade.
Cala Llenya – 24km
A small village with beach. Picnic under pines and play volleyball in the sand – lots of free parking.
Aigües Blanques – 7km
Lovely beach which backs onto cliff edge, with rocky islands out to sea which you can climb on.
Playa Cala Xarraca – 20km
Well known beach with a natural mud baths, popular with snorkelers.