E-Scooter Hire in Mallorca
Renting an electric scooter while on holiday is quickly becoming a must-do activity for many tourists. That’s why I’ve created this ultimate guide for e-scooter hire in Mallorca. I’ve got all the info you need about the best electric scooter app, along with the best places to go if you’re in Palma, Magaluf or Alcudia. So let’s get riding.
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How to hire an electric scooter in Mallorca
If you just want a quick and easy guide to renting an e-scooter in Mallorca, this is for you:
- Most people use a scooter-sharing app called Whee. It costs €2 to start and then €0.25 every minute after that.
- The best e-scooter rental store in Palma is Volta Movement. There are other stores all over the island.
- You don’t need a license to rent an electric scooter in Mallorca.
- It is a great place to zip around on two wheels. There are loads of bike paths.
That’s the super short guide to e-scooter rental in Mallorca. If you want more info, like the best rental stores in Magaluf and Alcudia, or to know all of the rules and regulations please do read on.
- How to hire an electric scooter in Mallorca
- Whee – The best (and only) app for electric scooter hire in Mallorca
- How much is the electric scooter-sharing app in Mallorca?
- Best stores for e-scooter hire in Palma Mallorca
- Laws and rules for e-scooter hire in Mallorca
Whee – The best (and only) app for electric scooter hire in Mallorca
The most popular way to rent an eclectic scooter in Mallorca and most other places is to use a scooter-sharing app. The app you need in Mallorca is called Whee.
As with all of these kinds of apps, you pay for an initial unlocking of the e-scooter and then you pay per minute after that.
How much is the electric scooter-sharing app in Mallorca?
Whee charge €2 for the unlocking and €0.25 every minute after that.
One special feature offered by Whee is that you can reserve an e-scooter for €1 per 15 min. Useful if there’s only one close to you and you don’t want someone else to get it before you.
So, all you need to do is download the app, add some credit, €10 is a good starting amount, read the basic rules and then locate your electric scooter. It’s a really simple way to rent an electric scooter in Mallorca.
Best place for e-scooter hire in Magaluf
If you fancy zooming around Mallorca’s busiest nightlife resort, you will find some small local stores offering electric scooter rental. I recommend, though, that you take advantage of Whee’s e-scooter sharing app, and if you really want to rent a scooter for a day or more, Whee also offers daily e-scooter rental.
You can check out Whee’s daily rental service in more detail on their website, but if you want to know how much it costs to hire an e-scooter in Mallorca for a day or more, here are the prices:
- €25 per day for 1-2 days
- €20 per day for 3-5 days
- €15 per day for 6 or more days
These prices include a helmet, a 2nd battery and delivery & collection to your hotel. This is why it’s the best option for daily electric scooter rental in Magaluf.
Best stores for e-scooter hire in Palma Mallorca
If you’re staying in Parma and the scooter-sharing app isn’t for you, there are two great stores in the city that offer electric scooter hire by the hour or by the day.
The best hourly rate for scooters in Palma
Volta Movement offers the best hourly rate for e-scooter hire in Palma, Mallorca. One hour rental will cost you €10. Here are their prices:
- 1 hour €10
- 2 hours €16
- 4 hours €20
- 1 day €40
- 2 days €60
They also include helmets, vests and insurance in their prices.
Here’s a link to the location of Volta Moment e-scooter rental in Mallorca on Google Maps.
Best daily rate in Palma
Call & Ride Mallorca offers the best daily rate for electric scooter hire in Palma. Daily rates start from €30 per day.
They also offer hourly e-scooter rentals. You can see all of their prices on their website.
You can find Call & Ride Mallorca in the centre of Palma. Here’s a link to the exact location on Google Maps.
E-scooter hire in Alcudia, Mallorca
The only established company I could find that offers electric scooter hire in Alcudia is Electric Way.
Their website offers a range of electric scooters but there’s no mention of price. If you’re in Alcudia and want to zip around the beach promenade you can contact them through the website or just stroll over to their store. Here’s a link to where you can find them.
Electric scooter rental in Puerta Pollensa, Mallorca
The best store for e-scooter hire in Puerta Pollensa is 2goCycling.
They have plenty of e-scooters for hire and prices are as follows:
- €10 per hour
- €25 4 hours
- €50 per day
Here’s a link to their location on Google Maps.
Laws and rules for e-scooter hire in Mallorca
Palma law allows you to ride e-scooters on streets with a 30 km/h maximum speed. It is forbidden to ride on sidewalks and in pedestrian zones. You will see plenty of people breaking this law, so you’ll probably be confident that you can do what everyone else is doing. Just bear in mind that the rules say street riding only.
The minimum age to ride an e-scooter in Mallorca is 15. However, most rental companies only rent to adults over the age of 18.
You don’t need a driving license to hire an electric scooter in Mallorca.
You do need your passport and a credit or debit card to rent an e-scooter from a store in Mallorca.
If you love reading the fine print and are fluent in Spanish here are all the rules for e-scooter hire in Mallorca.
Overall there’s good news and bad news for e-scooter hire in Mallorca
So there you have it. All the info you need about renting an electric scooter in Mallorca.
The good news is that you have plenty of options.
The bad news is that you really shouldn’t ride an e-scooter after a few beers. You might feel invincible on an e-scooter in Mallorca, but these scooters have a top speed of around 28 kph, and that is plenty fast enough to cause serious damage if you crash it. Especially if you ride without a helmet.
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