Car hire in Malaga
What you need to know
With so many hire car providers in the area, you can be sure to get a competitive price in Malaga. All of our bookings also come with 24/7 support and free cancellation, so you can be confident that if your needs change, we've got it covered.
Where to pick up your car
If you want to pick-up your car at the airport, then you'll find car hire desks in Terminal 2 via a ramp in the arrivals hall, or in the ground floor arrivals area of Terminal 3. Other suppliers are located on Avenida Garcia Morato running parallel to the airport, which you can reach by taking a courtesy bus.
Top car hire suppliers in Malaga
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Where to go
There's so much to see and do in Malaga, and your hire car will make this so much easier. You can head to one of the many beaches in the area, enjoy some retail therapy in the city centre or, if you're a keen golfer, try out one of the top-quality golf courses that Malaga has to offer.
The Costa del Sol is well known for its stunning beach resorts, so if you're looking to visit a few different places then you'll find there's no shortage of beaches where you can kick back and relax in the Mediterranean sun, or take part in the various activities that are on offer. Some of the most popular resorts nearby are Fuengirola, Benalmadena and Marbella - all of which are less than an hour down the MA-20 and the A-7.
If you're looking to explore even more, then there's a number of other popular destinations. Just under two hours north of Malaga on the A-45 is Cordoba, or you can drive a bit further along the A-45 and A-92 to reach Seville.
If you're keen to drive down the coast, then head south along the MA-20, AP-7 and E-15 to reach Gibraltar, or east on the A-7 to Almeria, the capital of the province Costa Almeria.
Top attractions to visit in Malaga
Eating and drinking
Food and drink are a huge part of the culture in Spain, and Malaga is no exception. Delicacies in the area include pescaíto frito (deep-fried fish), porra (tomato and dried bread soup) and ajoblanco (bread, almond and garlic soup).
You can be sure to find a variety of fine-wines to wash this down with, or a refreshing jug of Sangria.
Things to do
It goes without saying that the beaches are a major attraction in Malaga. The area enjoys particularly hot days between May and September, so during these months you'll find that the coast is very busy.
Around the city you can see some of the stunning Spanish architecture, as well as the many museums. In fact, Malaga has more museums than any other city in Andalucia, including the Wine Museum, Carmen Thyssen Museum and the Picasso Museum.
There's so much to see in Malaga!You won't want to miss out on seeing the Baroque Cathedral, popularly known as La Manquita (one armed woman), or the stunning Roman theatre.
On the hill above the city you can also see Gibralfaro Castle, where you can enjoy a bite to eat, explore the fascinating surroundings and enjoy the panoramic views across the city and the coast.