Wheelchair rental in Ibiza

Adaptability of Ibiza

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Opinions about Ibiza


Jun 26, 2024


As above the whole service and quality of the equipment was excellent. In addition it was a lovely surprise to find that the mobility scooter was already waiting for us on arrival. Many thanks


Jun 21, 2024


The hotel was enthousiiastic. maybe you can give hotels information of the possibilities. without the wheelchair we can not see so mich as we did the last 4 days. thanks a lot

Barbara helen

May 18, 2024


Requires more adapted toilets and dropped kerbs for wheelchair users

Your Ibiza guide

Ibiza is one of the Balearic Islands, an archipelago of Spain in the Mediterranean Sea. Ibiza became famous in the 70s thanks to its hippies and has continued to accumulate fame for its lively nightlife, where major European nightclubs have summer branches.

However, Ibiza also has tranquil villas, yoga retreats, and beaches, from Playa d'en Bossa, which is lined with hotels, bars, and shops, to quieter sandy coves with pine-clad hills behind them, found all along the coast.

About 160,000 people live in Ibiza throughout the year, but the population multiplies in the summer months.

Ibiza's coastline is 210 km long and features more than 40 rocks and islets of various sizes. The maximum distances of the island are 41 kilometers from north to south and 15 kilometers from east to west. It has a very irregular morphology formed by several mountains, the highest of which is Atalayasa, located in the municipality of San José, with an altitude of 475 meters.

From www.motion4rent.com, we bring you some important information, places of interest, and tourist offices, as well as accessible beaches, adapted excursions, theme parks, accessible restaurants, and other offers for visitors with reduced mobility. Enjoy your stay! 

Ibiza Tourist office

The Eivissa-Ibiza City Council has been working for years to make the municipality accessible for all citizens and visitors, so that they can move around the city without difficulty and safely.

With the goal of improving the quality of life for people with disabilities, all the reform works that are carried out aim to improve the pavement and accessibility in the streets of the entire city, eliminating architectural barriers in public roads, on beaches, and in public buildings.

Here are two of the most important tourist information offices:

Oficina Plaça de la Catedral, s/n

  • Telephone: (+34) 971 399232
  • email: informacioturistica@eivissa.es

Oficina Ses Figueretes C/ Formentera S/N

  • Telephone: (+34) 971 399232
  • email: informacioturistica@eivissa.es



The plane is the most commonly used means of transportation to get to Ibiza. It is much faster and more comfortable than the boat. The plane is also used by those who visit Formentera. They arrive by plane to Ibiza and then take a ferry to Formentera.

Ibiza has permanent connections throughout the year with main national destinations and some international ones. During the tourist season, many additional connections are opened with other Spanish and international destinations.

The Ibiza airport is located about 7.5 km from Ibiza town, the island's capital, and less than 4 km from Playa d'en Bossa, one of the most popular areas. From there, you can travel by bus to various towns on the island without having to transfer.

According to Regulation (EC) 1107/2006 of the European Parliament, and in compliance with it, Ibiza Airport offers a free assistance service for passengers with reduced mobility.

This assistance service is available to all passengers with reduced mobility or disabilities, and can be requested at least 48 hours in advance to ensure that your entire trip is prepared from the moment you arrive at the airport.

This service is free and can be requested through https://www.aena.es/pmr/inicio?lang=es or by calling (+34) 91 321 10 00.



From the airport, you can use the following bus lines (some of which are adapted, not all):

Line 10 Airport - Ibiza City

This line connects the airport with various points in the Ibizan capital, such as the Ibiza bus station, the most important transportation hub on the island, or the Port of Ibiza (ideal for those going to Formentera).

Frequency varies between 15 and 30 minutes depending on the season.

Line 24 Airport - Santa Eulalia - Es Canar - Cala Nova

This line connects the airport with the tourist areas of Santa Eulalia and with Es Canar and Cala Nova. This line runs from May to mid-October and runs every hour.

Line 9 Airport - Sant Josep - Sant Antoni de Portmany

It connects the towns of San Josep and Sant Antoni de Portmany with the airport with a frequency of half an hour during the months from June to October.

Taxi: https://www.taxiibiza.net/

In Ibiza, there are several taxi companies, and practically all companies have a vehicle adapted to serve customers with reduced mobility. Here is a link to the Ibiza and Formentera taxi federation where you can quickly and easily get a taxi:

To leave the airport, you can use a taxi. The taxi stop is located in the arrivals area. As an estimate, the ride from the airport could cost you: 15-20 euros to Ibiza City, 28-35 euros to San Antonio, and 30-35 euros to Santa Eulalia.

The airport has a taxi rank next to the terminal, two of which are adapted for people with reduced mobility. If necessary, and they are not at the stop, you can call Radio Taxi de San José at (+34) 971 800 080.

Adapted beaches

Ibiza has 25 beaches and coves that are accessible to people with reduced mobility. Almost all of them offer total accessibility, which allows travelers and residents with reduced mobility to enjoy reserved parking, walkways, shaded areas, adapted services, and assisted bathing with amphibious chairs.

We recommend calling the town councils of each area to confirm that everything is still valid, as some beaches may have changes in accessibility.

  • Sant Joan: (+34) 971 33 30 03
  • Santa Eulària: (+34) 971 33 28 00
  • Vila: (+34) 971 397 600
  • Sant Josep: (+34) 971 800 125
  • Sant Antoni: (+34) 971 34 01 11


To confirm the facilities available in the new season and even the possibility of reserving the use of an amphibious chair for one or more days, we recommend calling the town councils of each area. Cala Sant Vicent is one of the most accessible beaches in the north of Ibiza.

Accessible beaches in the north of Ibiza:

  • Port of Sant Miquel,
  • Benirras,
  • Arenal Gros de Portinatx
  • Cala San Vicente.

 During the summer, the bathroom escort service is available from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Accessible beaches in the east of Ibiza:

On the east coast of Ibiza there are two of the best adapted beaches in Ibiza:

  • Cala Llonga
  • Santa Eularia


We also highly recommend the urban beach of Santa Eulària des Riu as it is one of the best adapted in Ibiza.

Accessible beaches in the south of Ibiza:

The area of ​​Vila and the south of Ibiza also has accessible beaches for people with physical disabilities.

  • Talamanca
  • Ses Figueretes
  • Playa d'en Bossa
  • Ses Salines

 All of them have walkways, accessible showers, assisted bathing, amphibious chairs and plastic crutches.

Accessible beaches in the west of Ibiza:

  • Cala Bassa
  • Cala Vedella
  • Port des Torrent
  • It's Pouet
  • Punta Pinet
  • s'Arenal
  • Caló des Moro
  • Cala Gracio
  • salt cove

 All of these beaches have an assisted service, except for Cala Salada. To ensure the use of an amphibious chair, it is advisable to book in advance by calling the Sant Antonio or Sant Josep town halls, depending on the beach you want to go to. 

Neighborhoods / Areas

Street markets:

On the Island of Ibiza, there are many markets known as "Hippies," but we want to recommend two of them that we can confirm are accessible to people with reduced mobility. The first is held every day in the city of Ibiza (Mercado de Figueretas), and the second is held on Saturday nights (Santa Gertrudis Market) from May to October.

  • The Ses Figueretes market can be visited during the summer, from May to October. It is open from 19:00 to 00:00 every day. It has 24 stalls located on a pleasant promenade, next to bars and restaurants, where you can find small artisanal treasures, many of which are designed and produced on the island. These treasures include clothing, jewelry, ceramics, bags, and decorative objects.
    • Address: Ses Figueretes Promenade , Ibiza


  • .The Santa Gertrudis flea market is a great place to spend hot summer nights. Remember that it only opens on Saturdays from 8:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m., and is located on a pedestrian street in front of the church and the town cemetery. The center of this town is pedestrianized, so walking around the terraces and the square in front of the church is a very pleasant experience. The market has few stalls, 22-25, but in them, we can find authentic artisan wonders, ranging from unique paintings to jars of honey produced and packaged on a nearby farm.
    • Address: Carrer de la Venda des Poble, Santa Gertrudis, Ibiza


 Ibiza Promenade

The promenade of Ibiza, also known as the Paseo de Juan Carlos I, is a 100% accessible sea walk on a wheelchair.

The promenade is on the other side of the Port of Ibiza, in front of La Marina, so we can enjoy views of the port and also the Dalt Vila neighborhood.

The Paseo begins right in front of the El Divino Apartments, and from there we head towards the "Torrent de Sa Llavanera," immediately after which we find the 5-star Ibiza Gran Hotel, as well as the Ibiza Casino, both with entrances through the Paseo Marítimo.

We continue advancing, and the walk continues for approximately 2 km more, in which we will find garden areas, benches, playgrounds, bars, ice cream parlors, and shops of all kinds. At the end, we arrive at Marina Botafoch, the marina of Ibiza with several exclusive shops, and especially incredible sailboats and yachts.

If we continue walking along the Paseo Marítimo, we find s'Illa Grossa, an old island that was artificially joined to the mainland. s'Illa Grossa can be translated as 'Big Island,' although at its highest point it barely reaches 41 meters.

At the end of the walk we arrive at another old island artificially united: Botafoch. It is a well-known island, since at this point there is a picturesque lighthouse much photographed. Currently, the island of Botafoch has changed its appearance a lot, since a new breakwater emerges from it that closes off the port of Ibiza from the east. It is not possible to access the dam, but we can go around the lighthouse along a pedestrian path, from which we will have excellent views of Formentera.

 Ibiza Boat Club: https://www.ibizaboatclub.com/

This is one of the few agencies that offer a boat route of about 3 hours that is accessible by wheelchair. If you're looking for a party, we highly recommend it. The approximate price is €90 per person, and you must be at least 18 years old.

Escape from the real world and enjoy an award-winning, all-inclusive boat party in Ibiza. Dance with the best international DJs as you cruise around the island. Enjoy the open bar and take a dip in the water.

Check-in begins half an hour before departure from the Playa d'en Bossa pier. Dance to the rhythm of the most current Ibizan electronic house music. Throughout the day, the crew will be on hand to ensure everyone has a good time.

Stop by the premium open bar for beer, sangria, soft drinks, water, and cocktails. Jump off the boat and take a dip in the crystal-clear water. Return to Ibiza in the evening and keep the party going all night long.

What includes

  • Music from renowned international artists, including DJs and live performances
  • 3-hour premium open bar
  • fresh cooked food
  • The biggest champagne shower in Ibiza
  • swim stop
  • Professional photographer with daily charges
  • Up to three free tickets to the best clubs in Ibiza (such as Ushuaïa and Hï Ibiza)


Un Mar de Posibilidades:

This company, located in the Ibiza yacht club on Talamanca beach, offers its clients several activities designed for people with reduced mobility or any other physical disability. Among the activities we highlight are kayaking, sailing, and recreational games on the sand of the beach, always with trained and accredited personnel to serve attendees in the best possible way.

  • Address and contact
    • Avinguda de Santa Eulària des Riu, s/n, 07800 Ibiza

Adapted restaurants

Gave MX Restaurant https://gavemx.com/

This Mexican food restaurant adapted for people with reduced mobility has a very good name among local Ibiza customers, the menu is not very expensive and it is located in the center of the city. This restaurant is accessible to people with reduced mobility but not its bathrooms.

  • Address and contact: 
    • Plaza Antoni Albert i Nieto 07800 Ibiza
    • Telephone: (+34) 603239512
    • Email info@gavemx.com


Tierra de Ibiza Restaurant https://tierradeibiza.com/

One of the most highly recommended restaurants in Ibiza, in addition to being accessible to people with reduced mobility (PRM), also offers cooking workshops for adults and children. Specializing in garden products, it is one of our recommendations (if you want, they offer takeaway). This restaurant is accessible to people with reduced mobility, and its bathrooms are also adapted.

  • Address and contact
    • Carrer del Metge Riera Ferrer, nº8, 07800 Ibiza
    • Telephone: (+34) 971 217544


Sa Nansa Ibiza restaurant. https://www.restaurantesanansa.com/

The Sa Nansa Restaurant is a specialty restaurant in Ibiza that serves Ibizan cuisine from the sea and Mediterranean cuisine with fish and shellfish from Ibiza. The restaurant is open all year round for lunch and dinner, and is located in an urban environment. It offers Ibizan cuisine from the sea, where fresh and local products predominate. This restaurant is accessible to people with reduced mobility, but its bathrooms are not adapted.

  • Address and contact
    • Avda. 8 de agosto, Ibiza
    • Telephone (+34) 971 31 87 50

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