Classic Campervan Rental Ideal for Exploring the Beaches of Ibiza, SpainIbiza, Balearic Islands (Spain)
These classic campervans are located in Port D'es Torrent, Ibiza, Spain, and can accommodate between two and four guests. There is one sleeping area, although some models can sleep up to two people in the pop-top roof. The main sleeping area has a bed, and the pop-top roof also has a double bed. Linens and bath towels are provided.
All campervans come with a gas camping stove, a coolbox, a sink, and cooking utensils. Other amenities include a 13A power socket, a stereo with a CD player and USB connection, camping chairs, and a wardrobe. Read More
- Double bed
- Dining table
All of the campervans come with their own double beds, as well as pop-top roofs to allow passengers to let in a bit of extra sea breeze. They also have 13A power sockets, which can be hooked up to the mains power supply. For cooking, all vans are equipped with gas cookers, cooler boxes, and sinks. They also include CD players with a USB connection, camping chairs, bath towels, linens, cooking utensils, wardrobes, and curtains.Read More
The host offers a Beach Package that includes a parasol, an Ibizan blanket for sunbathing, beach towels, a coolbox, and snorkels!
Location + Surroundings
These campervans are located at Port D'es Torrent, on the island of Ibiza, one of the Balearic Islands, off the eastern coast of Spain. Ibiza is well-known for its party atmosphere and has long been a popular destination with clubbers, especially from Northern Europe. However, there is so much more to the island. Ibiza has a huge number of beautiful beaches and a rich historical heritage, preserved in its many churches and castles. The island also has a huge range of museums and art galleries, and is an ideal place for those who enjoy water sports as one is never far from the coast! Read More
- Bird watching
- Water sports
- Stand-up paddleboarding
One of Ibiza's most amazing natural attractions is an enormous limestone rock called Es Vedra. As it is the third most magnetic spot on the planet, it has the power to prevent compasses and GPS from working! It is not hard to see why it has such a mystical hold on the island. Legend has it that it might be part of the sunken island of Atlantis. It's a breathtaking sight purely because it is unlike anything else around and it dominates the Ibiza horizon.
Cala Comte Beach is also a particularly fascinating destination and has consistently been voted as one of the best beaches in Ibiza. The water is crystal-clear, the bar is second-to-none, and the view is enchanting. The Necropolis del Puig des Molins is a unique archaeological museum situated on the site of ancient Punic and Roman ruins. There are also plenty of opportunities to practice water sports such as parasailing, as well as speed boat tours around the island.
- No smoking
- No parties
- You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 15 days prior to check-in.
Pets are not permitted in the vehicles.