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Touring in Spain in a self drive campervan or motor home
Car rental and motorhome hire
Spain is a vast area, and we try and cover it all with our car hire Spain branch location network.
Car hire Alicante is extremely popular and we advise early booking. Car hire Murcia is really convenient if you are flying in to go to La Manga Club. From the north east of Spain, Barcelona car hire
to the South coast, where we have Malaga car hire - over the water to the Balieriac Islands, with car hire Tenerife, Majorca and Menorca - get a Car hire Spain quote now! If you are wanting to tour in Spain and combine accommodation with motoring, consider a campervan or a motorhome - they start with basic models, but some of the luxury autos that sleep up to seven people are very comfortable.
A no obligation tailor made quote will be made for you, the rates are very competitive and the standard of service second to none!
For information on driving self drive vehicles in Spain - cars, motorhomes and campervans view our self drive Spain top tips section.
Requirements for driving licence in Spain
Old-style green or non-European driving licence must be accompanied with an International Driving Permit.
EC format pink/green licences will be accepted for driving in Spain.
Alicante is the southernmost of the three provinces, which make up the Valencia region. The coastline of Alicante is famous as a destination for tourists. The region is also famous for its castles, including of Villena, Bañeres, Biar, Castalla, Sax and Benejama.
The city of Alicante has lovely beaches and is the capital, and we offer several Alicante car hire
branches. The Mediterranean Highway runs from the French border through the main Spanish coastal cities. Regular flights are available from El Altet airport to the world's main cities and the port at Alicante has ferry crossings to Barcelona, the Balearic Islands, Canary Islands, France and North Africa.
Almeria is situated in South East Spain and has both rocky cliffs and sandy beaches. Almeria is an important port, which offers a regular ferry service to Melilla
The Baleric Islands are situated in the centre of the western Mediterranean. Their climate and beaches make them a favourite destination for sun seekers. Majorca is the largest island and Palma is the capital. Menorca is famous for its prehistoric monuments and its capital is Mahón. Ibiza has become popular with younger holidaymakers and has a host of nightclubs. Formentera has beautiful beaches.
Catalonia is a province in the north eastern part of Spain and Barcelona is its capital. Catalonia has beaches along the Mediterranean extending from the northern town of Malgrat de Mar to Cubellas in the south.
Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain and famous around the globe.
Burgos is located on the crossroads which lead to Madrid, Portugal and the French border.
Cadiz is located in the southernmost part of Spain opposite Algeciras with the Straits of Gibraltar separating it from Africa. There is a motorway between Cadiz and Seville and others linking Cadiz to the rest of Spain. South of Cadiz is Malaga . Jerez Airport puts the province in touch with Spain's most important cities.
Gerona Beautiful Gerona is in the north east of Spain. Hire a car from Gerona Airport and you'll
be within easy touring for the Coasta Brava on in the East.
Madrid lies at the centre of the Iberian Peninsula and is the administrative, economic and cultural capital of Spain. Madrid is a very active city with museums, art galleries, theatres, historic buildings cinemas and congress halls for cultural events. Visitors can enjoy lots of nightlife including restaurants, shows, nightclubs and cabarets.
Malaga lies in the southern part of the province along the Mediterranean coastline where there are many cosmopolitan tourist towns forming the Costa del Sol. Examples of these towns are Nerja, Torrox , Algarrobo, Torre del Mar and Rincón de la Victoria.
Malaga was founded by the Phoenicians and has had a rich history that has made it such an interesting place. Torremolinos has long been a popular tourist centre with its excellent beaches.
Marbella is one of the most recognised holiday centres. It has three marinas, golf courses, equestrian centres as well as superb beaches.
The airport is 8km from the capital and connects Malaga with regular flights to the principal cities in Europe, United States and North Africa. A suburban railway runs along all the towns of the Costa del Sol as far as Fuengirola and there are regular ferries to the Canary Islands, Melilla, Tangiers, Genoa, etc.
Murcia lies in the south east of Spain by the Mediterranean. The province has 170km of coastline which begins at the Mar Menor .The best beaches can be found in La Manga, Mazarrón and Aguilas, The region is famed for its olive and citrus groves. Murcia is a modern city surrounded by gardens and numerous small towns, which are linked by a rather complicated network of local roads
Las Palmas is a province made up of the islands of Gran Canaria, Lanzarote and Fuerteventura in the Atlantic Ocean. Its subtropical latitude means that there is a good temperature in the winter.
The island of Gran Canaria is very cosmopolitan nd the main towns are Las Palmas, San Bartolomé de Tirajana and Mogén.
Lanzarote is the most northern of the Canary Islands and is famous for the strange beauty of its volcanic landscape
The second largest island is Fuerteventura. Puerto de Rosario is the capital, and most of the hotels can be found along the beaches of Jandia and Corralejo.
Santa de Cruz Tenerife is made up of four islands; Tenerife, Las Palma, La Gomera and Hierro,
They are very colourful islands and have fantastic fishing around them. Santa Cruz is the capital of the province.
The International Tenerife Sur-Reina Sofia Airport adjoins the sea and allows easy access for aircraft.
On The Spainish Sunbelt the following rental locations have a multi mark fleet of vehicles for hiring;
Alicante train Station,
Valencia Downtown rental location,
Valencia Railway Station,
In mainland Spain the following car hire depots can be booked online.
Almeira (Railway Station),
Avila (Railway Station),
Barcelona (Railway Station),
Barcelona Cal Alaio,
Bilbao (Railway Station),
Bilbao Granolles Airport,
Burgos (Railway Station),
Caceres (Railway Station),
Ciudad Real (Downtown),
Cordoba 2 Avenida Cervantes 20,
El Ferrol (Railway Station),
Gerona (Railway Station),
Granada (Railway Station).
Huelva (Railway Station),
Jaen (Railway Station),
Jerez De La Frontera (Downtown),
Jerez De La Frontera Airport,
La Coruna (Downtown),
La Coruna (Railway Station),
La Coruna Airport,
Madrid (Railway Station),
Madrid - Delicias.
Madrid - Fuencarral,
Madrid - Gran Via,
Madrid - Las Rozas,
Madrid - Pinto,
Madrid Dr. Esquerdo 62,
Madrid Moda Sheooping Centre,
Madrid San Sebastian de los Reyes,
Madrid Tres Cantos,
Malaga (Railway Station)
Merida (Railway Station),
Orense Bus station,
Palencia (Railway Station),
Pamplona Miguel Astrain Airport,
Ponferrada (Railway Station),
Pontevedra Bus Station,
Santander (Railway Station).
Santiago De Compostela,
Santiago De Compostela,
Santiago De Compostela Airport,
Santiago De Compostela RRS,
Sevilla - VDA Mariano Terry,
Sevilla - Kansas City,
Sevilla - Parking Santa Justa,
Talavera De La Reina,
Tenerife Los Christianos,
Tenerife Meulle De Ribera,
Tenerife Perto De La Cruz,
Tenerife Puerto de Santiago,
In Costa Del Sol cars, jeeps and minivans at cheap rental rates from;
Malaga Pablo Ruiz Picasso Airport/Shuttle,
Costa de la Luz car hire depots are at;
Cadiz Downtown rental location,
Car hire on the Belearic Islands has to be booked in advance as the island is very busy with holidaying tourists. Book well in advance to avoid disappointment.
Ibiza 0 Airport,
El Hierro Airport,
Fuerteventura - Caleta de Fuste,
Fuerteventura - Corralejo II,
Fuerteventura - Corralejo II,
Fuerteventura - Jandia,
La Gomera (Downtown).
La Gomera Airport,
La Palma Port,
Las Palmas (Downtown),
Las Palmas Airport,
Palma Nova (Paseo Del Ma),
Palma Nova II (Paseo Paris 4),
Playa del Ingles,
Tenerife South Airport.
Hiring a left hand drive automobile be it a campervan, a car or motorhome will be strange at first, but a representative from the auto rental company will give you some top tips for driving in Spain.
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