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Car hire in Ibiza

Ibiza Travel Guide

Ibiza has long served as the continent’s most celebrated party hotspots. Its sizzling summers come alive with revellers who while away the nights at balmy beachfront bars and dazzling super clubs. If that’s not your scene, fear not. Beyond the party towns, lies the jewel of the Balearics - a beautiful pine-clad interior dotted with sleepy villages, winding walking trails and peaceful coves lapped by the turquoise Mediterranean Sea. While there is some public transport, if you want to truly explore the island you can’t do better than hiring your own Ibiza car rental.

Dining in Ibiza

The influx of more than 8 million tourists every summer season has created a dynamic culinary scene. You can take your pick from traditional tapas bars and waterfront seafood restaurants to high end gourmet dining. The island’s balmy weather makes for the perfect climate for growing produce like olives, tomatoes and peppers and its proximity to the sea means fresh catches of the day make it onto most restaurant menus. Don’t discount hopping in your Ibiza car hire and taking a drive out of Ibiza town for home-style dining in the little villages and towns.

Attractions in Ibiza

It’s true that many travellers spend their nights partying to world-class DJs and then nurse their hangovers on the long stretches of beach. If you can drag yourself away from the sand, there are plenty of things to keep you busy. A good starting point is the Ibiza Museum of Contemporary Art which houses an impressive collection of national and international art. Alternatively, go for an amble along the winding cobbled streets in Dalt Vila, Ibiza’s old town. At night, don’t miss one of the bustling hippy markets like Las Dalias where you can bag some bargains.

Ibiza driving routes

There’s really no better way to get to know the island than by using your car rental in Ibiza. Whether you want to go hiking in the hilly interior or kick back on one of the empty stretches of beach, you’ll always find a route which fits the bill. Don’t skip the road which winds north of Port de Pollença where you can take in the magnificent views at the Mirador de la Cruete. Continue the drive around the hairpin bends to pine tree-backed Cala Formentor beach, one of the island’s most beautiful. While away your afternoon working on your tan and cooling off in the turquoise waters.

Ibiza car rental

If you’re sold on a car hire in Ibiza, your best bet is picking up your vehicle at the international airport. It doesn’t matter if you’re coming on a romantic weekend break or a fun-filled family getaway, you’ll always find a vehicle which fits the bill. Be sure to nab one of the hotels with free parking as finding spots in Ibiza Town can be a little tricky. Remember to keep your passport, driving license and car rental documents with you when you are driving. In Spain, you need to stick to the right-hand side and give way to traffic coming from the left at roundabouts.

Driving information for your car rental in Ibiza

Speed Limits in Spain:

Motorways and Dual Carriageways = 120 km/h

Roads with more than one lane in each direction = 100 km/h

Ordinary Roads = 90 km/h

Road Markings & Signs:

Yellow Zig-Zag Marker = No Parking Allowed

Blue Line Marker = Parking is Limited

Blue diamond + White Number = Maximum Advised Speed Limit

Important Driving Rules:

Age Limit = 18

Alcohol Limit = 0.05%

Seatbelts = Compulsory by law

Useful Spanish Translations:

Toll Road = "Peaje"

Motorway = "Autovia"