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Exodo Rental provides a full production service in Ibiza, Formentera, Mallorca and Menorca Islands. Offering lighting, camera & lenses, gimbal, camera crane, cablecam, Freefly tero, 360 shootings, dron and underwater recording, all location and production needs, several trucks, vans and cars. We own all our gear and we offer it 100% local, no transport or travel days will need to be paid at all. No sub-rentals to other companies.  The friendly team is composed of highly experienced, multi-lingual professionals adept in location scouting, shoot permits, accommodation, transport, equipment and catering to sourcing local crew, props and set builds. We offer a new way to produce with no need for any other company to be involved, owning all the equipment we can afford to offer a really good price.


Filming and production service in Balearic Islands

From the center of Ibiza to all the Balearic Islands, Exodo Rental Productions is at your disposal for production services in Ibiza, Formentera, Mallorca and Menorca. For a villa rental, a location scout or a filming production, our company offer Full production services.

Our agency of production service in Madrid and Barcelona help you to search the location for your next cinema film or TV production. If you are looking for a beautiful villa or a really unique location, our experts of production service are at your disposal. Whatever your project : TV advertising, shooting photo of product launching…our team will asure you have all you may need.

Exodo Rental Shooting 2018

Exodo Rental Shooting 2018

Exodo Rental Shooting 2018

Exodo Rental Shooting 2018

Exodo Rental Shooting 2018

Exodo Rental Shooting 2018


The population is just over 130,000 although during the summer months this hugely fluctuates as there is an influx of seasonal workers that come to enjoy the summer season.

Ibiza is a rock island covering an area of 572.56 square kilometres (221.07 sq mi), almost six times smaller than Majorca, but over five times larger than Mykonos (in the Greek Isles) or 10 times larger than Manhattan in New York City.

Ibiza is the larger of a group of the western Balearic archipelago called the «Pityuses» or «Pine Islands» composed of itself and Formentera. The Balearic island chain includes over 50 islands, many of which are uninhabited. The highest point of the island is Sa Talaiassa, at 475 metres (1,558 ft).


Ibiza is served by Ibiza Airport, which has many international flights during the summer tourist season, especially from the European Union.

There are also ferries from the harbour of Sant Antoni and Ibiza Town to Barcelona, Majorca, Dénia, and Valencia. There are also ferries to Formentera leaving Sant Antoni Harbour (normally every Wednesday), and daily from Ibiza Town, Santa Eulària, and Figueretes–Platja d’en Bossa.

Several public buses also travel between Sant Antoni and Ibiza Town every 15 minutes in summer and every half-hour in winter. In addition, there are buses from Sant Antoni to Cala Bassa, Cala Conta and Cala Tarida, and to the Airport. From Ibiza there are buses to the Platja d’en Bossa, Ses Salines, the Airport, and Santa Eulària.


Ibiza has a Hot-summer Mediterranean climate bordering on a Hot semi-arid climate.

The average annual temperature of Ibiza is 18.3 °C (65 °F), being warm and mild throughout the whole year. Ibiza lies at the same latitude as Atlantic City, yet it is much warmer for its location in the Mediterranean Basin. The climate of Ibiza is typically warm, sunny and dry, with low variation between highs and lows. The sunshine hours of Ibiza are 2700-2800 per year, while the yearly rain amount goes from 400 to 450 millimetres (16 to 18 in). The average high temperature is 22.2 °C (72 °F), while the average low is 14.3 °C (58 °F).

Winters are slightly rainy and mild, from November to April normally the whole island turns green for the seasonal rains. Summers are hot and very dry, with few rainy days, often accompanied by thunderstorms. During the coldest month, January, the average high temperature is 15.7 °C (60 °F), while the average low is 8.1 °C (47 °F). In the warmest month, August, the average high temperature is 30.3 °C (87 °F), while the low is 22.2 °C (72 °F). Extreme temperatures are rare for the influence of the sea. The average temperature of the sea in Ibiza is 19.7 °C (67 °F) and beach weather usually lasts 7 months, from May to November.

Flora & vegetation

Despite heavy development over the years, the island is still rich in rural areas, mainly in the north.

National Parks and Nature Reserves in the south to protect the indigenous land, in particular the salt flats of Ses Salines in the south east of the island. The land is rich in pine trees, the asset which inspired the Greeks to give the name of the «Pitiusas» to Ibiza and Formentera.

Amongst other Ibizan flora you will find juniper trees, kermes oak, clematis, rock rose, white heather, oleander, and herbs such as thyme, rosemary and lavender. You will find an abundance of cactus all over the island, ranging from the obviously furry and spiky to the more subtle (but lethal when you get caught in them!) varieties.

There are many delicate flowers to be found inland as well as by the sea with yellow, red and orange flowers line some of the coastal areas.

As with many of the Mediterranean islands bougainvillea is a common site and stands out particularly strongly against the white washed buildings of Ibiza. Other blossoms to be seen are the almond blossoms which cover the west part of the island in the early Spring months, a real site to behold!

Landscape & scenery

The Balearic island of Ibiza is situated 167km south east of the Valencia coast in the Mediterranean sea.

One of the smaller inhabited islands, it covers an area of 572km squared. As an island, Ibiza has an abundance of coastal areas with 210km of stunning beaches to explore. Surrounding the island there are numerous rocky islets, in particular along the western coastline. The hills of the Serra are home to the island’s highest point Sa Talaiassa at 476 metres.

Why shooting in Ibiza?

The island has a total area of ​​570 km2 and a coastline of 210 km, with coves, sandy beaches and cliffs that are easy to access. It is also known as “la isla blanca” for its traditional architecture. Its highest point is “Sa Talaia” (475 m) which is located at the south-western part of the island, not far from the airport, that links Ibiza with the most important European cities in about two flight hours. The locals (140,271 inhabitants according to the National Statistics Institute in 2014) are friendly and cosmopolitan. A significant growth in population during six or seven months a year is found normal by them.

It is administratively divided into five municipalities: Eivissa (Ibiza) as the capital, Sant Joan de Santa Eulària des Riu, Sant Antoni de Portmany and Sant Josep de sa Talaia. The fortified walls of Dalt Vila, the archaeological remains of the Phoenician settlement of Sa Caleta, the prairies of Posidonia Oceanica which are located between Ibiza and Formentera, and the necropolis of Puig des Molins have been declared world heritage. Some highlights of Ibiza are the salt pans, the defense towers, the archaeological museum or the islets like Es Vedra. In conclusion, Ibiza is full of small and cozy corners that are hard to forget.

From the 60’s of the last century, Ibiza is becoming known worldwide as a paradise of sunshine and white peace. Wonderful fantasies and stories of all kinds about Ibiza are told, also through cinema. Today his name transcends borders and is associated with freedom, sea, tranquility, creativity and celebration. Artists seeked warmth and light in those 60’s but today are still many people who continue to proclaim its authenticity.

Ibiza has 300 days of sunshine a year. The warm winter is an ideal season for make movie shootings since prices are cheaper, the summer bustle is gone and however the sun is still shining.

Ibiza Film Office

The Ibiza Film Office is a non profit organisation dependant of the Fundación de Promoción Turística de Ibiza and aims to facilitate the work of companies and audiovisual professionals who want to shoot on the island. Being a non profit entity means that the services are provided for free and can not be managed in any way by a private company.

The IFC informs, advises and studies projects and provides all the facilities to attract audiovisual projects to the island. It also acts, in turn, as a mediator between producers and public administrations and works in coordination with other entities and Film Commissions.