Welcome to Enterprise Rent-A-Car Mallorca page where you will find a wide range of vehicles to choose from to fit exactly what you are looking for at great rates.
A popular summer destination in the western Mediterranean Sea, the main Balearic island of Mallorca combines gorgeous tree-lined hillsides, beautiful Mediterranean seascapes and quaint hillside villages off the beaten track. While this Spanish island is approximately 80 kilometres from one end to the other, it boasts 550 kilometres of coastline, replete with white beaches, rocky coves and limestone cliffs. In the north, pine groves blend into mountain ranges, and the rugged and dramatic western peaks of the Serra de Tramuntana are an official UNESCO World Heritage site. In terms of climate, the hottest months are July and August, whereas the wettest are October and November. In the island's city of Palma de Mallorca, the Enterprise Rent-A-Car branch is near the seafront promenade on Avenida Gabriel Roca. Alternatively, a second branch serves travellers at the nearby international airport.
The Enterprise desk at Palma airport offers Mallorca car hire customers an extensive choice of rental vehicles, from late-model minis and compact cars to premium sedans. Additionally, the branch in Palma city also offers rental vans that are suitable for light removals or moving luggage and team sports equipment. Larger groups and families may wish to consider renting one of the people carriers (MPVs), SUVs or small crossovers available for hire. With Enterprise, visitors will find that renting a car makes exploring the resorts, beaches and inland areas of Mallorca much easier than it would be with public transport.
Customers who book their hire car or van online with Enterprise can take advantage of the special rental rates available for prepaid rental. Finding the best car hire deals with Enterprise in Mallorca and reserving your rental vehicle is as simple as a few clicks when booking online. On arrival in Mallorca, Enterprise staff will have the reservation details to hand to complete the hire arrangements as swiftly as possible and get customers on the road in the modern, well-maintained and fuel-efficient car of their choice. With car rental in Mallorca, there is no need to rely on buses, rigid timetables and large groups. Getting around, seeing the sights and making the most of the day is convenient and straightforward.
Located just eight kilometres (five miles) to the east of Palma city, the nearest village to Palma de Mallorca Airport is Can Pastilla. Thanks to the island's popularity as a leading holiday destination, Palma is the third-largest airport in Spain and one of Europe's busiest. During 2016, more than 26 million passengers flew to or from this destination. The modern airport terminal building is a base for Air Europa and popular with Iberia, Vueling, RyanAir and EasyJet. Within easy reach of the arrivals hall and car park, staff at the Enterprise hire office will be delighted to serve passengers arriving on domestic and international flights.
Situated just three kilometres from Palma, the rounded Bellver Castle with museum overlooks the bay. Heading up the west coast, holidaymakers can take in the amazing views of shimmering seas, orange sunsets, rocky coves and white beaches. The island's country roads pass through terraced hillsides and the occasional hairpin bend, through lemon and orange groves and past village cafés. Banyalbufar's 15th-century church complements its perhaps less virtuous winery, while nearby Valldemossa was once voted among the most attractive towns on the island. Soller also makes a perfect stop, with its mansions, galleries and restaurants. Alternatively, near Porto Cristo in the east and approximately 65 kilometres from Palma via the Ma-15 main road, the underground cave system and lake at Cuevas del Drach makes a great day trip.
If you fancy a boat trip, you could visit the other Balearic Islands of Menorca, Ibiza or Formentera. The latter is the smallest of them all, but despite its size, you can spend a lot of time here. Tourists tend to hire bycicles to get around on well-maintained cycle paths. You can visit the four Mortello towers that are dotted around the island, or relax on the pristine white beaches. On Menorca, you can visit Fort Marlborough, built in the 18th century, or taste the local cheese. Ibiza has a beautiful old town in Dalt Vila, or you can spend a day on a so-called "beach bed", where you will be waited on all day whilst enjoying the sunshine and sea breeze.
Recent initiatives have sought to ease the flow of traffic on the island and limit driving in the city centre; in particular, drivers may wish to avoid the port area shortly after cruise vessels arrive. Other motoring tips include being aware of Spanish motorists' seeming preference for driving only in the outside lanes of roundabouts – even when taking the last turn-off to the left. In the centre of some older towns and villages, roads can be very narrow and on slopes. It may be easier to park on the outskirts and walk in; this avoids the need to search for a parking space or to follow quite widespread one-way traffic systems.