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Speed Limits
Motorways: 120k/h
Open Roads: 100k/h
Urban Areas: 50k/h

Minimum Driver age: 18

Minimum Driver age for Rentals: 18

Required equipment for your car: Spare Tyre. Reflective Jacket. Warning Triangle.

Seatbelts: Compulsory for both front and rear-seat passengers

General driving information: Driving is on the right hand side.

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Ibiza is a sunny Spanish Island of contrasts. Latterly It has become well known as a party island for the young. However it also has everything that tourists have come to love about the Spanish Islands. It has over 80 beaches ranging from the Aigues Blanques beach which surprised the visitor with its unusual light turquoise coloured sea. This beach is particularly popular with body surfers as well as being the only officially recognised nudist beach. The Cala Llonga beach is one of the most popular on the island, it has a beach of over 200 meters in length dotted with pretty coves.

Perhaps the most famous town is San Antonio which is the second largest on the island. The oldest part of the town has the 16 th century church and a port that was originally the centre of the old fishing village.

Must See in Ibiza

San Agnes

Close to the Northern coastline with its spectacular cliffs, San Agnes is most isolated rural parish on the island.

San Jordi

This is a village made up of hundreds of tiny houses with the only church on the island that has battlements

Ibiza Town - Eivissa

This is the old walled city with its maze of streets. Jutting out to see and overlooking the East coast of the island from the square outside the city's cathedral.

San Jose

Dominated by its church fortress dating back to the 15th Century and took 300 years to complete.

Dates for Your Diary

Festa Sant Francesc

April 2nd, a popular feast of St. Francis is celebrated throughout the Spanish islands.

Santa Eulalia

Festa de Maig - first Sunday in May this spring flower festival is one of the most colourful fiestas in the Balearic islands

Dia de Virgen de Carmen

July 15th to 16th, held all over the Balearic islands, the feast of the patron saint of sailors includes parades and the blessing of fishing boats

Assumption of the Virgin

August 15th, this is a major festival that is held throughout Spain.

Eivissa Medieval

Second Sunday in May - a recent festival includes concerts and dancing, celebrating the declaration of Dalt Villa as a World Heritage site in 1992.