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Why Hertz

  • Best price guarantee - in the unlikely event you find a lower Hertz price, we'll refund the difference
  • No cancellation or amendment fees**
  • No hidden extras to pay - theft and damage cover included
  • No credit card fees

Hertz in Palma De Mallorca

Hertz car rental in Palma de Mallorca is stress-free and fast. With so many attractions on this famous holiday island it’s by far the best way of getting around. If you wish to rent a car in Palma de Mallorca you’ll find Hertz rental branches at several convenient locations across the island.

Renting a car in Palma de Mallorca allows you the freedom to explore the many natural and cultural highlights of the island at your leisure. From the traditional white villages and stunning coastlines to landmarks like Palma Cathedral and the Royal Palace of Almudaina, Mallorca is full of interest and beauty. The road network is modern and well maintained, and with ideal driving conditions you can easily access any destination on the island under your own steam.

Driving and Parking in Mallorca

You will need a full driving licence and must be over 21 to rent a car in Palma de Mallorca. If you are from outside the European Union you will also need an International Driving Permit (IDP). For more information about driving regulations in Palma de Mallorca, take a look at our page about renting a car in Spain.

If you rent a car in Palma de Mallorca, the good news is that there are plenty of places to park it as you explore the island. The central area has the most attractions, and there’s actually a car park immediately in front of the cathedral, making it the ideal place to park the car while you stroll around the Old City.

There are also several underground car parks scattered throughout the rest of the city. You must never park in zones marked with a yellow line, but limited parking is permitted when you see blue markings. Here, record arrival time on a slip of paper and leave it on your dashboard. With on-street parking, always check whether the parking is free or metered. If a meter isn’t working it usually means that you can park there free of charge.

Pickup Locations Palma De Mallorca

  • Palma De Mallorca Airport

    Opening hours: (Seasonal Location)
    From 01 November until 14 November: Mo-Su 0700-2400
    From 15 November until 28 February: Mo-Su 0700-2330
    From 1 March until 31 March: Mo-Su 0700-2400
    From 1 April until 31 October: Mo-We 24 hours, Th 0700-2400, Fr-Su 24 hours.

    Address: Airport,
    Balearic Islands

    Phone: +34 971 789670

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Driving in and around Palma De Mallorca

Key routes

The Via Cintura main motorway ring road runs through the middle of the city, and other motorways linking Palma with the north, southwest and southeast parts of the island branch out from it.

The Ma 15 is an excellent dual carriageway that runs between Palma and Manacor, Mallorca’s second city, in the east.

The Ma 1, Ma 13 and Ma 19 link Palma with the southwest, north and southeast parts of Mallorca respectively.

Major Highways

The Via Cintura ring road is the normal starting point for reaching other cities in Mallorca such as Palma Nova and Manacor. It’s a modern motorway with excellent signage and you’ll have no trouble finding your way around. Just take on board a few points when you travel anywhere in Mallorca by car:

• All passengers must wear seat belts.
• Cars can park right next to pedestrian crossings in Mallorca, so be careful when approaching because the view may be restricted.
• Don’t be surprised to see vehicles in smaller towns and villages actually parked on such crossings.
• Always carry your licence and insurance papers with you as police sometimes carry out spot checks, usually on main roads and at roundabouts.
• Roundabouts often have inaccurate signage, so don’t necessarily trust them and always use a map or satellite navigation system if you’re heading into the unknown.
• At certain times of the year you’ll encounter large numbers of cyclists on roads in Mallorca, such as during the Mallorca Challenge Cycle Race which is held in the last week of January.

** When the booking is cancelled within seven days of being made.