Find cheap car rental deals in Ibiza
Ibiza has long been legendary as one of the party capitals of the world, but explore the Balearic island a little further to discover a place of rich traditions, scenic villages, and a beautiful coastline. You’ll need a rental car to see this enchanting island beyond the hard-partying Ibiza Town. Orbitz can help you to find the perfect vehicle for your trip.
Orbitz are here to help with your car rental in Ibiza. Read our guide to renting cars on the island, below, then compare prices and vehicles through our search function.
Ibiza Town is home to most of the car rental outlets on the island, both in the town center and by the airport. If you’re arriving by boat on the west side of the island, you can find car rental companies in the town of Sant Antoni.
Ibiza’s popularity as a vacation destination means that numerous companies offer rental cars here. Search on Orbitz to choose between companies such as Sixt, Enterprise, Avis, Europcar, Budget, Alamo, Hertz and more.
Although the law states that 18-year-olds can rent cars in Spain and Ibiza, most rental companies will only offer vehicles to drivers aged 21 and over. Note that surcharges apply to drivers below 25.
If you’re visiting from the US you should carry an International Driving Permit alongside your valid US driving license. Bring a credit card, too, for blocking out a security deposit.
The temptation to drive to your night out may be strong, but bear in mind that just one pint of beer will take you over the legal limit for safe driving in Ibiza, which is 0.5g/l.
Ibiza is a great destination for anyone wanting to dance into the smallest hours of the night. We’ve picked three destinations on the island for a trip that combines partying with relaxation by the ocean.
Prepare to dance the night away in Ibiza Town, where you’ll find some of the biggest clubs between May and September. Big names in town include Pacha and Ushuaia, which takes place on a nearby beach. Explore during the day, and wander around the fortifications of Dalt Vila, the historic center. An array of museums and architectural sights make this a historical surprise in the island’s capital.
Use your rental car to explore the island’s picturesque whitewashed villages. Es Cubells in the south has spectacular clifftop views, while Santa Ines is famed for its almond trees. Visit Sant Mateu to see the traditional Balearic architecture, and to roam through the vineyards that surround the village. There’s a wine festival here every year, too.
Sant Antoni, or San Antonio as it’s also known, is a town on the west coast of the island. It has its fair share of nightclubs, too, but it’s also home to some of the most scenic spots. Sunbathe during the day on the rocks of Punta Galera, before heading to Cafe del Mar in the evening. This famous establishment offers drinks and live music while you watch the sun set over the Mediterranean Sea.