Hiring a car here allows you to make the most of your holiday and lets you explore these wonderful islands at your leisure.
Whether you visit Majorca, Ibiza, Menorca, or Formentera, the Balearics offer something for everyone. Particularly if you’re after sun, sand, sea, and sangria!
Reasons to book with Zest Car Rental
Zest Car Rental provides a fresh approach to car hire in the Balearics. Our booking process is simple and hassle-free so you don’t have to worry about the small print or being charged any amendment or credit card fees.
We work with carefully selected and trusted car rental providers in the Balearics who care as much about customer service as we do. We’ve won a number of awards for our customer service and our UK-based head office is open 6 days a week and on Bank Holidays. We also operate a 24/7 emergency phone service to help with any problems you may have when you’re abroad.
We provide total peace of mind by including breakdown assistance throughout the islands as well as offering top-up insurance to ensure you’re completely covered. When it comes to car rental, we’ve made everything simpler so you can just get on with your holiday.
Mallorca (Majorca to the English) is the most popular and the largest of the Balearic Islands. The city of Palma is filled with fabulous historical sites and architecture such as the Cathedral and Bellver Castle. Packed full of markets, wherever you stay on the island you’ll be sure to pick up a bargain or two, as well as a tan.
Main Airport: Palma Airport
More compact than its larger neighbour Mallorca, Menorca is perfect for those seeking a tranquil getaway amongst wonderful beaches and stunning panoramic views. The island is filled with history and the ancient burial site of Naveta des Tudons close to Ciutadella is well worth a visit. Take the time to visit the Talayots and Taules. Bursting with beaches and stunning scenery, this idyllic island is great for a relaxing break for both families and couples.
Main Airport: Mahon Airport
Famous for its nightlife, this may seem like a nightmare destination for many but there is a lot more to Ibiza than clubbing. Should this be the key attraction for you however, Playa d'en Bossa or San Antonio will suit best. Otherwise, explore Dalt Vila in Ibiza Town, Sant Josep in the mountains, or Santa Eulalia and you’ll discover a completely different side to the island.
Main Airport: Ibiza Airport
Close to Ibiza, in order to get here you will need to fly into Ibiza Airport, then catch a ferry from the harbour in Ibiza Town. Surrounded by amazingly white sandy beaches across the island, there are plenty of opportunities to relax and soak up the sun. Both the bustling port of La Savina and the resort of Es Pujols are fabulous places to spend some time.
Main Airport: Ibiza Airport