Why hire a car at Ibiza airport?Only 41 km long and 15 km wide, the island of Ibiza is an isle full of enclaves of truly unique beauty. This paradise island is famous for its crystal clear waters and the infinite beauty of its beaches and coves. By hiring a car at Ibiza airport you can move easily and freely around the island, without having to stick to schedules, so you can stop whenever and wherever you want to visit, and you can plan your trip at your own pace .
The car rental office at Ibiza Airport is located next to Ibiza airport and has a free shuttle service that will take you comfortably from the arrivals terminal to our offices in less than five minutes, so you can start your holidays as soon as possible. If you’re looking for car routes in Ibiza, we recommend that you rent a car with Record go and venture to explore the dream landscapes that await discovery on this Balearic island.
We invite you to take advantage of your car rental at Ibiza airport by driving first to the well-known fishing village of Santa Eulària des Riu and later to the town of Sant Carles, where the famous Las Dalias hippie market is a must. Ten minutes by car from the town you’ll find the beach of Aigües Blanques, sheltered by cliffs and famous for its popular mud baths. This is because cosmetic properties are attributed to the mineral that forms its cliffs. When it comes in contact with water, this mineral forms a perfect mud for skin care.
Then, if you continue heading northeast, you can enjoy driving along the coast road with spectacular views over the Mediterranean Sea, linking Aigües Blanques with the sheltered Cala de San Vicente, better known as Sa Cala. Then, if you turn towards the northwest, you’ll come to the town of Sant Miquel de Balansat, where you’ll find the magnificent Cala Benirràs, where you can enjoy of one of the most spectacular sunsets in the world, surrounded by nature.
Another option to get the most out of hiring your car at Ibiza Airport is to immerse yourself in the culture and traditions of charming towns such as Es Cubells, in the south of the island, or Sant Rafel de Sa Creu, located in the central area.
Lastly, don’t forget to walk around the city of Ibiza and visit the Old Quarter or Dalt Vila. The main gate to this historic area is the Portal de Ses Taules. This ancient walled city houses centuries of history. There, among other building, you can find the famous Castillo de Almudaina, in which the Arab origin of the Almudaina part - a walled military enclosure - converges with the Castillo, which, like the walls that surround the Dalt Vila, is Renaissance in character.