Car Hire at Ibiza Airport
This information is correct as of May 2015
Ibiza is known for its famous nightclubs and party atmosphere, but there’s more to the White Isle than the best places to party. Hire a car at Ibiza Airport to discover them all: from secluded beaches like Cala Llentia, to tiny tapas bars tucked away in hillside towns.
Where to hire a car at Ibiza Airport
Hertz, Avis, Enterprise and Europcar all have desks at Ibiza Airport. They can be found on the ground floor, inside the terminal building.
Petrol stations near Ibiza Airport
Depending on your car rental agreement, you may need to hand your car back with a full tank.
There are a few filling stations in Ibiza Town, which is about 10 minutes from the airport. It’s best to fuel up here first: the last station before getting onto the main road is a BP garage.
Driving around Ibiza Airport
The roads on Ibiza are usually quiet, although it can get a bit congested around the airport and Ibiza Town during the summer months. The main road outside the airport is large, and if you’re heading east it turns into a motorway fairly quickly.
Getting to your destination
We’ve put together a quick guide on getting to some of Ibiza’s hottest destinations. If you’re hiring a car remember to look for hotels in Ibiza with car parking for extra peace of mind during your stay.
The UNESCO listed old town, banging nightclubs and abundance of celebs make Ibiza Town one of the best destinations on the island.
It takes less than ten minutes to drive to Ibiza Town from the airport. On-street parking is available: make sure the kerb is painted blue, and then check the nearby parking meter to find the costs and hours of operation. Parking is often free during siesta (2pm-4pm). There’s a large pay and display car park near the harbour: it costs €1 (about 70p) per hour to leave your car.
Cafe del Mar sunsets, stunning beaches and a buzzing nightlife attract plenty of attention from British party animals.
It takes just over 20 minutes to drive to San Antonio from the airport. Parking in the town centre is metered (park beside the blue kerbs) and you can only stay for a maximum of two hours. Outside the city centre on-street parking is usually free: check local signage. There’s a free public car park behind Cafe Mambo: ten minutes walk from the centre of town.
Culture, gastronomy, and tranquillity reign supreme in this east coast resort which is popular with families and couples who aren’t into island’s club scene.
It takes just over 20 minutes to reach the centre of Santa Eulalia from the airport. It costs about €2.35 (about £1.70) for two hours of on-street parking in the town centre. Free parking is also widely available, although it can be hard to find a space during the summer months.
Prices subject to change