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  1. Make sure the vehicle suits your needs in size, capacity and is suitable for luggage and sports equipment you will be taking.
  2. Our advice is always go for the FULL to FULL fuel policy, it is by far the most transparent and economic method.
  3. Check that UNLIMITED MILEAGE is included and confirm with your car hire company on arrival that you do not have to replace the vehicle after a certain amount of miles. If this is required failure to replace the vehicle could add additional costs to your final rental bill.
  4. Check that FREE CANCELLATION is included, this ensures you will not be charged extra in the event that you are unable to travel.
  5. Check to see that THEFT PROTECTION and COLLISION DAMAGE WAIVER is included.
  6. Some deals include 1 FREE ADDITIONAL DRIVER which will save money if you plan to split the driving with another person.
  7. Even with collision damage waiver in most cases there will still be an excess of between €800 and €1.500, to cover the excess car hire companies will try to sell you the extra insurance to cover the excess which can be well over €100. Our advice is to use one of the car hire excess insurance providers such as Questor who will typically charge around £40 for an annual policy covering you for rentals up to 30 days at a time and for up to £6.000 for any excess reimbursement regarding the  loss damage waiver.
  8. Check the reviews to see what other people think of the company and the service provided.
  9. Before proceeding with the booking be sure to double check the RENTAL TERMS to make sure there are no surprises on arrival.

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Those looking to take a holiday in Spain would be hard pushed to find a more perfect location than Alicante province on the Costa Blanca. Alicante city itself is way more than just an airport and the beaches in the area are world famous. Wherever you are staying in the province a hire car in the very best way to explore the best that this corner of Spain has to offer, and as we offer the best deals bar none from both major brands and local dealers you can enjoy the freedom of an Alicante hire car without breaking the bank.

Places to Visit

Villajoyosa

With its brightly coloured fisherman's cottages, wonderful sea front, Valor chocolate factory and several wineries to visit you can see why Villajoyosa is one of the most popular towns for a day trip.

El Campello

If you want to visit somewhere that the Spanish choose to take their holidays then this is the town to go to. While the British are very welcome, and there is a large number of ex pats in the area, El Campello remains essentially Spanish and hopefully will stay that way.

Playa Carabassi

This beach deserves a mention as it is not common in this area to find such a glorious expanse of golden sands without a man made promenade next to it. The only compensation made here is a wooden walkways over the impressive dunes to make access easier. The spattering of rustic beach bars complete the natural vista.

 

There is nothing we can say about the Costa Blanca's party town that hasn't been said a million times already. Millions of Brits flock here every year for every kind of fun in the sun and thousands choose to retire here. If you want to escape from the frantic pace of life here then you need a hire car, and we offer the best online deals for this area. Both local outlets and major names are sourced to ensure that while you are touring the area you know you have got the best Benidorm car hire deal possible.

Places to Visit

Guadalest

This charming village in the mountains is an absolute delight to visit and your hire car in the best way to get there. It only measure 16sqm, has a population of 200 and is one of the places where you feel like you are stepping back in time.

Terra Mitica

One of Spain's best theme parks, the ever popular Terra Mitica is just a short drive from the ever popular holiday resort of Benidorm and with its 5 themed area and multitude of rides and other activities it really is a must do when in this area.

Serra Gelada-Sud

Designated a natural park in 2005, this expansive area of greenery is a sharp contrast to the concrete of the resorts in the area. With its fascinating flora and fauna a trip here is the perfect antidote to the bustling life in Benidorm.

 

The gateway to the glorious Costa del Sol is Malga airport, and the best place to collect your hire car from. This area has so much to do and see you really don't want to spend all your time in your resort. The fabulous climate, wide choice of places to visit, plethora of golf courses and some of the best beaches in Europe make the Costa del Sol the number one choice for millions of tourists every year.

Fuerteventura in the sun kissed Canary Islands may not be quite as well known as its neighbours Tenerife and Gran Canaria but still boasts a plethora of things to say and do for visitors. As it's also relatively small you have the perfect opportunity to explore the island and see more of it than just your resort. The best way to do this is with a hire car and we are the best company to supply it! You won't find a better price online for your Fuerteventura car hire so go on, don't take our word for it, check it out for yourself!

Places to Visit

Puerto del Rosario

This town on the eastern coast of the island has been its capital since 1860 and while not really geared to mass tourism its still a fascinating place to visit to see how the locals live away from the hustle and bustle of the resorts.

Ajuy

This small fishing village is in a very remote location on the west coast of the island but its worth the effort once you get there. Considering its size it boasts a few splendid restaurants and the laid back, rustic way of life is quite enchanting.

Costa Calma

This is a beach resort in the truest sense of the word as it was built next to a section of the 12 mile stretch of sand that runs along this coast. Thanks to its position the sea is practically benign and is a huge draw for wind surfers. Great care was taken in the development of Costa Calma to ensure the new constructions complemented the surrounding countryside rather than devour it. The overall effect is very appealing and it has been rated one of the best resorts on the island.

If you thought the madness of San Antonio Bay epitomised the island of Ibiza its time to think again. Even though it's home to Europe's party capital there is much to be discovered on this stunning island and there is no better way to do this than in a hire car.  We offer an unparalleled service as far as price comparisons go and cover not only the biggest names but those little local companies who often have great deals. When you can get car deals as great as these is crazy not to see as much of this gorgeous island as you possibly can.

Places to Visit

San Antonio Bay 

You don't have to be a crazy clubber to enjoy San Antonio Bay and a trip down in the evening to join in the fun on the beach for the famous Ibiza sunset is worth a trip in itself.

Ibiza Town

the islands capital is a a breath of fresh air compared to big resorts. White washed building, narrow cobbled streets and some of the most unique little shops you will find anywhere make this a delightful place to visit.

Platja d'en Bossa

A wonderful, and much quieter, beach resort, Platja d'en Bossa offers a superb beach and plenty of bars, restaurants and other activities which make it a lovely place to visit.

The best car hire deals available in Los Cristianos are awaiting you thanks to our cutting edge online booking service. We offer big savings from some of the biggest names in car hire and compare hundreds of deals to bring you huge savings. We look at both the largest car rental companies as well as local dealers so there is no chance of you arriving there and seeing a better deal than we have given you. There is no time like the present to book your car hire in Los Cristianos so head online today and save yourself some cash.

Los Cristianos

Sitting on the south coast of Tenerife, Los Cristianos has long been a popular destination for British travelers who want more from their holiday than just a great nightlife. It enjoys a superb location on this sunshine island and having a rental car at your disposal allows you the freedom to explore the area and get more out of your holiday. Los Cristianos has managed to avoid the mass tourism route by retaining its traditional village charm despite having a plethora of accommodations available. The original architecture is simply stunning and the beaches in the area are some of the best on the island.

Places to Visit

Playa de las Américas

The buzzing resort of Playa de las Américas with its vibrant nightlife and impressive sea front is well worth a visit.

Costa Adeje

Tenerife's newest resort is tailored to the high end market with swish hotels and numerous modern attractions. You may not have the kind of money it stays here but its a great place for a day trip to see how the other half live!

Siam Park

This amazing water park with, you've guessed it, a Siamese theme, has already been hailed as one of the best in the world. Thrills and spills galore await those who's idea of fun is hurtling along 220m slides!

The combination of the glorious Costa del Sol weather and the glitz and glamour make Marbella a real holiday hot spot. There is nothing not to like about this beautiful area of southern Spain and there is loads to see if you get bored with star spotting and turn a little bit greener with each luxury yacht that pulls into the marina. This is the ideal base for exploring and when you have one of our rental cars as your disposal the Costa del Sol is your oyster. We compare the prices of everyone from major names to local dealers to get you the best online deal for car hire in Marbella.

Places to Visit

Estepona

Known affectionately as the “Old Town” Estepona is one of the picture perfect towns which Spain does so well. Make no mistake this seaside town has plenty to offer tourists but has not gone down the mass tourism path and thus retains its pueblo charm.

Fuengirola

There is a vibe about Fuengirola that makes it quite unique amongst similar style resorts. Old meets new in a fusion of colour and activity and you will be hard pressed to find a more diverse mix of visitors than here.

Ronda

The historic city of Ronda perched high on a hill is well worth a visit for its spectacular views alone. The Rio Guadalevín splits the city in half but the bridge that connects the two halves is no ordinary one as below you is a 100m chasm down to the river!

A trip to the sunshine island of Majorca is a real treat and the chance having to explore it fully with a hire car should not be missed. We offer the very best deals on car rental in Palma you will find anywhere on line. We not only work with the biggest names in car rental but also those hidden local gems who often offer cracking deals.  Our comprehensive comparison system makes sure you get the best car to suit your needs at an amazing price.

Places to Visit

The Coves del Drach

Listed in tourist guides as the Caves of Drach this natural phenomenon is found on the islands east coast. A spectacular array of giant stalagmites, stalactites and shimmering lakes await those who visit this wonderful underground world.

Marineland

Prepare to be entranced by what awaits at Marineland. With shows featuring dolphins and sea lions, tropical birds and a private beach just some of the attractions here a fun packed day is guaranteed.

Es Trenc

On an island which boasts more beautiful beaches than seems fair finding one that stands out above all the rest takes some doing but Es Trenc manages to do just that.  6.5 miles of white sands  and clear water awaits, and is the closest thing to being on a desert island without actually being a castaway.

La Reserva del Puig de Galatzo

A natural park of paradise like proportions you will find an array of animals and plants unique to the area as well as a pool complete with waterfall to cool yourselves down in the summer heat.

Some people consider car hire as important a part of their holiday as accommodation and its easy to see why if you are visiting such places as the beautiful San Sebastian. Sitting on the Bay of Biscay, a million miles away from the thronging Mediterranean resorts on the opposite side of Spain, this is Basque country and you will want to get out and about exploring. When you rent one of our hire cars you are rest assured that we have searched from the top to the bottom of the industry to give you a substantial saving on your San Sebastian car hire.

Places to Visit

Bilbao

Famous for its Guggenheim Museum, the lively city of Bilbao is not just a one trick pony. This elegant city has much to offer its visitors and strolling those ancient streets before taking lunch is one of the street cafes is a real joy.

San Juan de Gaztelugatxe

This church sits at the end of a peninsula which juts out into the Bay of Biscay. It can take a good 30 minutes walk to get their but everyone who has been claims the spiritual tranquillity which exists in this most natural of spots is well worth it, as are the views. Legend has it that you have to ring the bell 3 times for luck, so there is quite a bit of chiming going on.

Monte Urgull

For those who love views and spectacular vistas unfolding before them a trip up Mount Urgull is a must. Looking down over the city of San Sebastian from such an incredible vantage point is something very special, and you may find once you're up there you won't want to come back down again.

Despite being the largest of the Canary Islands the fact you can drive from north to south, or vice versa, in around an hour makes it seem silly to not fully explore the island during your time here.  When you can also get car rental deals of the caliber we offer it becomes almost rude not to! We do the donkey work for you and compare the best prices from all the leading names in car hire as well as the local companies to ensure you get the chance to explore Tenerife without paying through the nose to do so.

Places to Visit

El Medano

This traditional small town has a wonderful surfer vibe and is a wonderful contrast to the big resorts. The town boasts a host of great places to eat and the annual fiesta in August is a must see.

Loro Parque

On the outskirts of Puerto de la Cruz lies this amazing zoo covering an area of 13.5 hectates. There is a diverse and extensive collection of animals to be found here as well as many plant species native to the island.  There are also dolphin shows to enjoy and a multitude of other activities perfect for all ages.

Santa Cruz

The capital of Tenerife is an attractive beach city which gives visitors an insight into how life was on the island before the tourist invasion. While much modernisation has taken place in recent years it still manages to retain a charm found in few capitals.

Bordered by Murcia and Granada the province, and city, of Almeria is an area of mainland Spain that offers an abundance of activities and places to visit. Offering the best of coast and country it is a greatly underrated area as far as tourism goes and is still largely undeveloped compared to other areas. However this also gives it a charm that is lacking in other holiday hot spots and by hiring one of our great value rental cars you get the chance to really get out and about. You won't find better prices than ours anywhere online so make sure you get your Almeria hire car booked pronto and let the fun begin!

Places to Visit

La Chanca

Colourful in both a visual and cultural sense, La Chanca is located in Almeria city between the old town and Alcazaba and stretches right down the hill to the port. It's a photographers paradise with brightly painted houses and red tiles roofs against a backdrop of the hills and azure sky. This area is mainly inhabited by fishermen and gitanos, or gypsies, and some of them still live in caves as is the tradition.

Cabo de Gata-Nijar Natural Park

The largest coastal reserve in Andalusia has made the most of its protected status to make this a fabulous place to visit for the whole family. Plant life and wildlife are found in abundance here and the chance to get up close and personal with nature in such a beautiful setting should not be missed.

Mario Water Park

Located at Roquetas del Mar close to Salinas beach on the southern Almeria coast, there are host of great rides for those who love water based fun. The beach bar has a great location next to a waterfall on a shaded island and there is also shaded picnic areas for those who want a respite from the summer sun.

The seaport of Cádiz in south west Spain is not only a wonderful place to visit it's also a gateway to exploring this entire region. As you can imagine a city dating back to the 1104 BC is in an area steeped in history and the best way to discover it is with a hire car. We offer the best cars at amazing prices thanks to our unique comparison system which includes everyone from local dealers to the biggest international companies. Suffice to say if you discover Cádiz in one of our hire cars you will be laughing all the way to the bank.

Places to Visit

Jerez

The town that is the home of sherry, Jerez is an ancient city and a tour of one of the many famous bodegas to sample their produce is a must, but not for the designated driver unfortunately!

Tarifa

This little known resort is a well kept secret amongst the kite surfing fraternity who really want to keep it for themselves. Hopefully mass tourism will never reach this wonderful town as its simply charming just as it is.

Vejer de la Frontera

In a province that has way more than its fair share of white villages, or pueblos blancos, finding one that really stands out isn't easy but Vejer de la Fronter is considered to be the most spectacular. Perched up on a hillside its easy to drive straight past it if you don't look up, so please make somebody has their eyes pointing skyward so you don't miss out on the opportunity to miss this scene unique to Andalucia.

The name says it all and is the main reason millions flock to the Costa del Sol in the province of Andalusia every year. It can be tempting to choose your sunlounger and spend every day by the pool or on the beach soaking up the rays but you are missing out on so much if you do. By getting the best possible online deal on a rental car we give you the means to get out and about the sunshine coast. By checking both local and top names we bring you the kind of deal you dream about and make your trip to the Costa del Sol that bit more special.

Places to Visit

Marbella

What was once the playground of the rich and famous is still a playground of the rich and famous but now is more accessible to everyone. If you want to see how the other half live this is the place to visit.

Unfortunately many people think Malaga is just an airport and ignore the attractive city that it takes its name from. Malaga is historic, bursting with attractions and a great place to visit in your hire car.

The year round climate and volcanic landscape makes Lanzarote one of the most fascinating of the Canary Islands archipelago. It also makes it one of those places where you want to see the most of it while you are there and with one of our brilliant hire cars you can do that very affordably. In fact, due to us comparing the prices of companies from the local outlets to the biggest names in the industry, you won't find better quality vehicles than ours at a lower price anywhere, making that exploration in your Lanzarote hire car even more enjoyable.and a theme park; Timanfaya and The Rancho Texas Park respectively

Places to Visit

Puerto de Carmen

The longest established, and best known resort Puerto del Carmen offers everything you would expect from a quality Spanish beach resort and if you aren't staying here its well worth a visit.

Caleton Blanco

Caleton Blanco has all the ingredients you need for a fab day at the beach. Pristine white sand, clear waters and the naturalness of it all is what makes it so appealing. There is a wooden walkway to give you easier access across the dunes and is a very special place to enjoy true peace and tranquility.

Casa Jose Saramago

Now we wouldn't normally recommend that you go knocking on people's doors asking to see their collections but in this case we will make an exception! Jose Saramago can brought together one of the largest collections of book and paintings you will find anywhere and to see them all on display is quite something.

We offer the very best car hire deals in Madrid and with our great online booking service you can reserve your ideal car in minutes. We deal with the biggest names in the business and compare the prices of both car rental chains and local dealers to ensure you get the best car at the best price. If you are planning a trip to Madrid and want to make the most of it then check out our prices and book your rental car today!

Madrid 

The historical, vibrant capital of Spain is a city that should be on everyone's must visit list.  Packed with elegant boulevards and a plethora of expansive, beautifully manicured parks it is also a city of culture with some of the worlds most famous old masters on display here. Plaza Mayor, lined with porticos, is an absolute delight to stroll down and there is so much to see and do both in Madrid and its surrounding areas that this will be a trip you will never forget.

Places to Visit

Toledo

The city which preceded Madrid as the capital of Spain is truly majestic and as you wander the streets the grandeur of Toledos golden age is still very much in evidence.

Segovia

A city relatively small in size, Segovia is considered one of the stand out trips for those visiting Madrid. Located on a rocky ridge the Castilian life is very much in evidence here from the local language to the architecture.

Avila

This beautiful walled city was the birthplace of St Teresa and approaching those 11th century walls set against the backdrop of the Sierra de Gredos peak is quite magical.

The phrase “small but perfectly formed” could have been coined for the Mediterranean island of Menorca. One of the famous Balearic Islands, what it lacks in size it more than makes up for in activities, attractions and places to visits. If you have never been to Menorca before you are in for a real treat and owe it to yourselves to see as much of the island as possible. This is made even easier, and more affordable, when you book one of our rental cars as you know we have sourced every possible option to give you the best deal anywhere online. When it comes to car hire in Menorca we are unbeatable on price.

Places to Visit

Mahon

The capital of the island, and the home of the only airport, Mahon is often overlooked as a place in its own right yet is has much to offer visitors. This beach city is well worth a visit especially on Tuesdays' and Saturday's which is market day.

Alaior

Those traditional Spanish towns dominated by an imposing church just keep on coming, and Alaior is by far one of the prettiest on the island. White washed houses against the deep blue sky, absolutely picture perfect.

Fornells

This village set in a bay on the north coast of Menorca could be the epitome of all those villages we have ever seen in pictures or films. Colourful cottages, boats bobbing in the harbour, quaint cafes and bars, this is the tranquil side of life in Spain we should all experience.

There is a lot more to Pamplona than its famous bull runs, as you will soon discover when you visit this fascinating city in Northern Spain. The historic capital of the Navarre region, this area is virtually untouched by tourism and is one you really need to explore thoroughly during your time here. As we are one of the best car rental companies we make sure that you get the very best possible deal for your vehicle, be it from one of the biggest names or from a local firm. You will have a definite spring in your step when visiting this area thanks to the amazing price you have paid for your car hire in Pamplona.

Tudela

The second largest city in Navarre after Pamplona, this city has Islamic origins thanks to being founded by Amrus ibn Yusuf al-Muwalad in 602. The Islamic influence is clear in much of the architecture and its recommended you park up and explore this beautiful city on foot.

Puenta la Reina

In a country that boasts more beautiful villages than really seems fair finding one that is said to be the best of them all is something pretty special.  The centre is enclosed by walls and the 11th century bridge is amazing. Spending just a few hours here will make you feel more relaxed than you thought possible.

Baztan Valley

You can get up close and personal with nature like never before in this beautiful valley. From its view point the panorama has to be experienced not described, and the area is also home to some lovely manorial homes and stunning, small palaces.

 

A trip to the beautiful city of Seville is a joy at the best of times but having a hire car at your disposal to see the very best of the area makes it even better. No stone is left unturned in our quest to find you the best possible deal on a rental car in Seville, from small local companies to the biggest names in the game. One quick search and we will bring you all the results in an instant, and what a pleasant surprise you will get when you see what we can offer you!

Places to Visit

Cordoba

The historic city of Cordoba was an important city during Roman times and in the Middle Ages an Islamic cultural centre. Its most famous building in La Mezquita, a huge mosque with dates back to 600 CE and its sheer enormity can only be appreciated when you see it with your own eyes.

El Gastor

A tiny village consisting of tiny white houses and way too many, so it seems, bars and restaurants for its 200 residents! A delightful place to spend a few hours strolling the narrow streets and discovering hidden gems around every corner.

The walled city of Toledo sits aloft a hill in central Spain and has great historical significance. While it may not be the first place you would think of in terms of a tourist destination but it has so much to offer its visitors the fact it's not near the coast shouldn't be an issue. In fact, its position has it perfectly placed to explore what is described as the 'real Spain' behind the sun, sea and Sangria resorts aimed at mass tourism. A hire car at your disposal allows you to see more of Spain than any of the beach loving holidaymakers and taking advantage of our awesome car rental details gives you Toledo car hire at the best possible price.

Places to Visit

Madrid

The cosmopolitan capital of Madrid is only 70km away from Toledo and this is one place you really should visit. One of the most spectacular capital cities on the world architecturally, and one of the most popular for city break, photographers will love snapping away at the plethora of fabulous buildings and beautiful plazas.

Segovia

This historical city of Segovia lies north west of Madrid and the centuries of settlements here have resulted in a city with one of the richest architectural legacies anywhere in Spain. Here you will find Romanesque churches, medieval walls, a Gothic cathedral and even a former royal palace. One of the must sees is its iconic Roman aqueduct which boasts 160 arches, most of which are still in the original, mortar-less granite. This is located above the lovely Plaza Azoguejo right in the heart of the city so is very easy to find.

Cabañeros National Park

One of the most stunning of all Spain's national park, Cabañeros is home to an abundance of fauna including numerous endemic species.  The landscape of mountains, massifs and meadows is truly a sight to behold and relaxing watching species such as golden eagles, Spanish imperial eagles and black buzzards soaring overhead is a very special experience.

The autonomous region of Valencia is a huge area and covers practically all of the coastal holiday gem of Costa Blanca. Boasting 2 major cities; Valencia and Alicante, this region is one of the most popular with tourists as it encompasses the famous resort of Benidorm. There is so much to see and do in Valencia that a hire car should really be on your must have list. As we do the hard work for you and source every local and big name rental companies in the area you can rest assured that you are getting the best car at the best price, and it doesn't get much better than that.

Places to Visit

Valencia City

The third laThe Ferio rgest city in Spain, Valencia boasts more than 1700 restaurants, 30 parks and municipal gardens, 42 museums, 17 cinemas, 13 art galleries and 12 theatres. If you want to experience the very best of a truly cosmopolitan city then head to Valencia.

Requena

The main source of the regions wine growing industry, Requena boasts more vineyards and bodegas than you can shake a grape at and any oenophiles will be in their element here.

Xàtiva

If visiting small, quaint and utterly charming Spanish towns is your thing then you will love Xàtiva. Set on the banks of the Albaida river the town epitomises real Spanish living.

If you are planning a trip to Barcelona and are looking for the best deal on car rental then you have come to the right place. Our comparison service is second to none and we check out everyone from the biggest names to local companies to ensure you get the best possible price. Have a look today and see what we are offering on car rental in Barcelona, you won't find these cars for better prices anywhere else.

Places to Visit

Barcelona

Frequently topping people's lists of favourite Spanish city's, there literally is something for everyone in Barcelona. This city on the sea boasts the world famous architecture from Gaudi, the must visit La Rambla shopping area and more bars, restaurants and other activities than you could get through in a month's visit. It is also the perfect base for exploring the Catalan region and experiencing the Spain behind the sun, sea and Sangria persona.

Sitges

This popular beach resort was once the doyen of wealthy Barcelonans who chose this town for their summer retreats. It still retains its original fishing village charm and has never succumbed to mass tourism.

Port Aventura

A drive down the coast to Salou and you can visit one the best and most imaginative theme parks you will find anywhere. Don't rush off at the end of the day either, stick around for one of the most spectacular firework displays you will ever see.

Sant Sadurní d’Anoia

Inland from Barcelona you will find this centrea of Cava Penedès wine production. There are guided tours to several of the bodegas and seeing a genuine Spanish winery at work is well worth seeing.

 

Even if you have never been to the charming Costa Blanca town of Calpe chances are you will have heard of it thanks to its famous rock which has the full name of the Natural Park of Penyal d'Ifac.  It's a lovely place to spend a holiday but an even better place to use as a base to explore the Costa Blanca. You can do this cheaper than ever thanks to the amazing deals we have secured for our clients check it out now to see just how affordable we have made car hire in Calpe.

Places to Visit

Moraira

A small, traditional seaside town with a very big heart, Moraira is incredibly picturesque and the natural sea front is a lovely place to spend a few hours relaxing.

Benidorm

The part capital of the Costa Blanca is a bit like Marmite in that you ever love it or hate it. The latter seems to win out however as more than 8 million Brits choose Benidorm for their annual holiday and thousands have chosen to spend their retirement years. In terms of amenities you can't beat it and if you go early in the season you may spot some of the stars of the popular TV show of the same name filming around the town.

One of the best known of all Costa del Sol resorts, the ever popular holiday resort of Fuengirola is a vibrant, buzzing town which still packs in the tourists every year. It offers everything you could want from a top beach resort with plenty of family orientated activities and a rocking night life. Look further afield however and there is an amazing area that begs to be explored, and our hire cars are just the vehicles to do it in. With a comparison system that is head and shoulders above the rest there is nobody else that can bring you the deals we do, it's as simple as that.

Places to Visit

Mijas

The small town of Mijas Pueblo, which takes over where the back of Fuengirola leaves off is a sharp contrast to its touristy neighbour and is a very nice place to spend the day. The centre is your typically picturesque  white village and is around 430m above sea level so you will need that hire car to get up there and take in the views and simply enjoy the attractiveness of the town.

Benalmadena

Another attractive town on the coast which boasts the typical stretch of golden sands, attractive promenade and copious amounts of bars and restaurants. There is one thing Benalmadena has that the others don't however and that's the stunning 33m monument that is the Buddhist Benalmadena Stupa.

The beautiful province of Granada is part of Andalusia and sits at the feet of the Sierra Nevada mountains. This area offers a wealth of opportunities as far as exploring is concerned and there is no better to do this than with one of our hire cars which you are guaranteed to pay the best price for. We not only compare the prices of the biggest chains in the car rental business but also all the local outlets to ensure you get the best possible deal available. Check out our amazing prices now to secure your hire car in Granada.

Places to Visit

Granada

Boasting a multitude of architecture from the Moorish period Granada is a beautiful city that has much to offer its visitors. It is best known for the sprawling, fortress on a hilltop that is the world famous Alhambra.

Sierra Nevada National Park

Declared a national park in 1999, the rugged natural landscape of this park is a great opportunity to experience the best of the Spanish countryside. Straddling the provinces of Granada and Almeria it is the most southerly ski resort in Europe with a season that lasts from November until May.

Almuñécar

Situated in the little known Costa Tropical, the town of Almuñécar has great historical significance and is mentioned in the famous Spanish Civil War poem by Laurie Lee “As I Walked Out One Midsummer Morning”. Today it's an attractive beach town which hasn't lost its charm through over development.

Lloret de Mar is one of the oldest, and most popular resorts on the Costa Brava. While there is more than enough to keep you occupied during your time here you have to wonderful region of Catalonia on your doorstep which begs to be explored. There really is no better way to do this than with a hire car and there is nobody will give you a better price than us. We deal with the biggest names in the business, as well as those small local outlets, to ensure that you have the best deal possible.

Places to Visit

Barcelona

The history, the beach, the shopping and Gaudi's world famous architecture, Barcelona has been heralded as one of the world's most beautiful cities. A visit here is more of an experience than anything else and its rude to come to this area and not make room in your itinerary to take a trip to 'Barca'.

Girona

The stunning city of Girona is best known for its medieval architecture. It has the attributes of a large city, the ambience of one much smaller and is a brilliant place for a day trip. Once the gateway to the area before the construction of Barcelona's international airport, Girona retains that regal air that mass tourism has obliterated in so many other cities.

Platja de Castell

Located near Palamós, this is the only sandy beach on the Costa Brava coast to have avoided development, this gorgeous area is well worth visiting to be able to kick back and relax and enjoy a beach how nature intended it to be.

It is little wonder that Majorca is referred to as the gem of the Mediterranean. This glorious isle, the largest in the Balearic Island group. Due to the phenomenal deals we secure you on rental cars there is no excuse not to get out and about and experience everything this island has to offer. Our comparison service covers everything from the biggest names in car hire to those local outlets who are often overlooked by other comparison sites. Suffice to say when it comes to Majorca car hire prices we are unbeatable!

Places to Visit

Palma

the largest city in the Balearics, Palma is located on the south coast and is well worth a visit. Those who visit the capital for the first time never fail to be surprised by the fact that its a stylish and elegant city with a very young vibe and a host of activities to make this a very special day out.

Alcudia

One of the original European party towns Alcudia has calmed down a lot and now is a firm favourite with families. The sheer volume of luxury activities and the superb sea front make for a great day out.

Magaluf

One of the most popular tourist resorts in Europe, and with an unfortunate nickname, the high level of fun in the sun may not be your idea of a holiday but you should at least visit it for a day to see some of the spectacles that make Magaluf such a unique destination.

The province of Murcia ,with its capital of the same name, sits between the provinces of Alicante and Almeria on Spain's south east coast and is a fabulous place to visit. With fantastic weather, beautiful beaches and a wealth of places to visit and activities to take part in this area has a lot more to it than most people think. If you hire one of our rental vehicles you are guaranteed to get the best deal possible as we search far and wide, from local dealer to the biggest names, to ensure we get unbeatable deals for our customers on hire cars in Murcia.

Places to Visit

Murcia City

An elegant city boasting some of the finest architecture in Europe, Murcia finding its way on more and more day trip schedules as people become away of what a great day trip can be had here. The narrow streets give way to beautiful and colourful plazas peppered with street cafes. There are 2 great shopping malls for those who enjoy a bit of retail therapy and you can take all the time you like as all the parking here is free of charge.

Cartagena

The Roman city of Cartagena has many landmarks heralding its importance in the days of the great empire, not least it's amazing Roman theater. Lovingly preserved you can almost imagine what it was like to sit there centuries ago and watch the spectacle unfold before you.

Caravaca de la Cruz

This town, on the border of Murcia and Granada, has been under the rule of Romans, Iberians and Muslims each who have left their mark on Caravaca de la Cruz. It really is a lovely place to visit and the white buildings, the skyline dominated by the church against the sky and mountains and the olde worlde ambiance make it a great day out in your hire car.

The town and municipality of Pollensa is set in the most northerly corner of Majorca and is a fantastic base to explore this jewel of the Mediterranean. The island is easily navigable by car and we offer the best deals anywhere online when it comes to car hire in Pollensa. Every company, from the smallest to the biggest, is sourced to ensure that when you hire a car from us there is no chance of you then find a better deal elsewhere. The luxury a hire car gives you is priceless, especially when you are staying on an island such as Majorca.

Places to Visit

Valldemossa

A village located 436m above sea level, Valldermossa is one of the most scenic places you can ever visit, and words cannot describe the views. Culture lovers will recognise the name as it was the home of composer Chopin and George Sand, his lover, during the 1800's.

Fornalutx

If you want to see another beautiful village in the Mallorcan mountains then head on up to Fornalutx. The winding narrow streets and tiny shops give the impression you are hundreds of miles away from civilization, not just a short drive from some of the best resorts on the Med.

Formentor

This peninsula which just right out into the Med offers some of the best photographic opportunities on the island. Most of the postcards showing shots of Mallorca were taken from this point which is also a haven for a vast array of beautiful and very colourful birds.

One of the most famous, and longest established, resorts on the Costa del Sol, Torremolinos hasn't been the victim of over development like some of its contemporaries and remains a very attractive seaside resort with plenty of amenities for its visitors. The fact that Torremolinos it is also a gateway to one of the most beautiful areas of mainland Spain, Andalucia, shouldn't be ignored either and at the prices of our hire cars you can explore to your hearts content. We have searched far and wide to bring you our unbeatable deals on car hire in Torremolinos, so get yours reserved today!

Places to Visit

Frigiliana

Narrow streets, rows of white houses and its imposing medieval Moorish fortress makes this one of the best white villages to visit in the entire area. You can shop for pretty souvenirs, pick up a piece or two of the local pottery the village is famous for or have a glass or two of dessert wine. One thing you must do is take a walk along the promenade on the cliff side and take in the views.

Caves of Nerja

Once you have explored the seasidee town of Nerja head off to its spectacular caves which date back to Prehistoric times. The halls and galleries are used to stage unique plays and ballets and you will find some of the oldest cave paintings in Europe here.

Gibraltar

Cross over the border to that bone of much contention between the Spanish and the British; Gibraltar. Politics aside this is the most fascinating of places to visit and taking a trip to the top of the rock and catching a glimpse of the famous Barbary apes is quite amazing.

Southern Alicante boasts a multitude of smaller resorts that offer holidaymakers a traditionally Spanish holiday without the trappings of mass tourism. Torrevieja is one such town which is also perfectly positioned to use as a base to explore the area. The provinces of Alicante and Murcia are both at your disposal from this vantage point and when you get your rental car from us you know you we have secured you the best possible price. Great cars at terrific prices all add up to making your Torrevieja car hire more affordable than ever.

Places to Visit

Playa del Postiguet

One of the best examples of the many beach cities in Spain, Playa del Postiguet is part of Alicante city which has the kind of impressive seafront you just don't expect in a city. Gorgeous sands, plenty of loungers and every facility possible to give you a fab day out under the eye of the hill top Santa Barbara castle.

Altea

A trip to Altea will give you an insight into what has inspired many great Spanish painters over the years and is still viewed by many of today modern artists as a little paradise. The skyline is dominated by the bright blue roofs of the churches and despite it being a popular tourist destination Altea has succeeded in retaining its small town charm.

Algar Falls

Inland towards Benidorm is Callosa d´en Sarria where you can enjoy a day of tranquillity in surroundings that are the best nature has to offer. The highlight of this trip has to be the impressive Algar Falls which are so inviting you have to fight the urge to dive into the pools to cool off, so bring a change of clothes if you think that water will be too much to resist!

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