How to find a rental car in the Balearic Islands
The islands are a patchwork of resorts and
holiday facilities. Ibiza in particular, dedicated
as it is to fun and clubs, is a great place to start
a driving holiday.
An English,or other foreign, driver's
licence works, and as soon as driving on the left
is mastered, it's old home week, really.
Because the islands are small, there
is very little tolerance for any breach of regulations. So
be careful where you park, it can be expensive. Drivers
new to Spain should take a glance at our page on "Driving
Regulations in Spain".
Ibiza . . . sun and night clubs
While the rsort islands of the group, Mallorca,
Ibiza and Menorca have each developed a distinctive kind
of holiday atmosphereit is Ibiza which has a raging night
As befits a place that attracts more tourists
per square foot than nearly any other part of the planet,
we have car outlets in Ibiza . In general they require
deposits to be left, credit card evidence of the identity
of the driver and the hirer, and some require fuel to be bought
and paid for from the location, before the car is handed over.
The car is then returned empty, or near empty. Sort
of like your pockets after a week of sun and clubs.