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If someday you will be on Ibiza island, Spain, do not think that your only options for getting around are cars and public transport. You always can rent a scooter from some of the local suppliers and discover all the interesting places hidden from tourists. Scooter is an eco-friendly type of transport, which can provide you with great impressions. Here you will know how to find cheap scooter rental on Ibiza island (20 locations: Puerto Nautico, Ibiza Port, Santa Eulalia, Es Canar, Puerto San Miguel, Figueretas - Ibiza city centre, Cala San Vicente, Santa Gertrudis, Cala Vadella, Camping Cala Bassa, Ibiza Airport, Cala Llonga, Ses Salines and Playa den Bossa).

A two wheels is just almost all you need to enjoy Ibiza Island in the Balearic Islands of Spain. Scooter will get you from beaches to peaceful and quite coves or top sights like Cala Comte, Ibiza Old Town, Necropolis of Puig des Molins, Playa Cala Xarraca. When driving in Ibiza you need to note that Ibiza follows Spanish driving rules and regulations. If you are driving within the town center you need to maintain speeds of up to 30km/h. On the highway you can drive up to 90km/h. Drivers should consider that, although roads are usually well-maintained in urban areas, dirt tracks leading to scenic beaches and villas should be approached carefully. This is also important because the scooter insurance often doesn’t cover damages done off-road.

What do you need to rent a scooter on Ibiza

To drive a scooter on Ibiza you need a B class (car) drivers license for mopeds less than 50cc. And B class (issued more than 3 years ago) or A (moto) category for scooters more powerful than 50 cubic centimeters. International Drivers license required.

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Types of scooters available for rental

On our website you can rent the following types of scooters: classic scooter, Vespa, moped, motoroller, motoscooter, with a sidecar, with automatic or manual gears, three-wheeled scooters, large, maxi-scooter, touring, scooters with a windscreen and a roof, underbones, electric scooters.

Models of scooters available on our website

Scooter rental ibiza SYM Symphony 125cc                    Yamaha Xmax scooter rental ibiza                  vespa scooter rental ibiza

SYM Symphony 125cc                                        Yamaha Xmax 300cc                                             Vespa 50cc      


On our website you can hire scooters from the following manufacturers: Adly, Aeon, Aprilia, Piaggio, Bajaj, Benelli, Beta, BMW, Derbi, Gilera, Honda, Kawasaki, Kymco, LML, Malaguti, Peugeot, PGO, Suzuki, SYM, TVS, Vespa, Yamaha.

Ibiza scooter rental reviews and directory

List of 20+ rental companies operating on Ibiza island and available for booking on our website: "Cooltra", "Speed Scooter", "Record Go", "Sky Rent", "MR RENTAL", "Ibizatop", "TOPO MOTO RENT", "Ibiexperience SL", "Whiterentibiza", "Twenty four rent", "Rentoscarjeep SL", "RENT&GO", "RentIbiza E.S.P.J", "MOTO LUIS S.A.", "Emoveyou", "Jota Cafe Motorbikes", "Enjoy Ibiza", "K10 Rent a Car", "AVANTCAR IBIZA SL", "EMOVE", "Holarent", "Maxirent", "Vadella Rentals", "Myibizascooter", "BECCIA'S Rent", "Ok Mobility". searches thousands of scooter rental agencies to provide you with offers from all agencies operating in Ibiza so that you can compare scooter rental rates, reviews, pick-up and drop-off locations to find the best deal for you.

When to book a rental scooter in Ibiza

From October to March there is a low season with cheap prices. April till September is high season with higher prices. August is the most expensive month. We can advise to make a booking 50-20 days in advance during the high season to guarantee availability, because all companies will be fully booked during July and August. Average rental price is 15 EUR per day during low season and 25 EUR per day during high season.

Extra services available

When you make an online scooter reservation you also can order the following extra services and equipment: integral helmet, GPS navigation, intercom, unlimited mileage, top case, side cases, boots, jacket, gloves, individual guide or tour, map, full insurance, one-way rental, delivery to your hotel, delivery to the sea port, delivery to the Ibiza airport.

Most of our moped rentals in Ibiza have many years of experience and will provide you with a brand new scooter, helmet, lock, top case, GPS, insurance and friendly service. The number of companies we work with is increasing every day, so if you want to rent a scooter in Ibiza, just use the search form on the top of the page. Have a nice trip!


Published on: 15/06/2020

Last Updated on: 27/05/2024

Written by: Alex Marquez - motorcycle expert