Car hire in Malaga Airport
Car hire at Malaga Airport
Malaga Airport (AGP) is located around nine miles away from the city centre, placing tourists a short distance away from the destination’s sun-kissed beaches and amazing attractions. Tourists can simply hire in Spain Spain and drive down the MA-23 link road, which is just outside the car hire depot, and leads them to Malaga’s thriving centres.
What I need to know
Malaga has a very competitive car hire industry, so it’s advisable to book your car well in advance to ensure the best possible prices. Our website has served over five million customers, gathers prices from more than 1,500 providers, provides free cancellation, no credit card fees and customer support.
Where to pick up my car
Cars can be picked up at Malaga Airport, putting tourists a short distance away from the thriving centre of Malaga and its beautiful beaches. The desks are located on the ground floor arrivals area and will need all of your relevant documents after you step off your flight.
“The pick-up was easy, it took 5 minutes from arriving at the desk to driving out the car, and the return took even less time.”
Where to go
Malaga is full of some of Europe’s Europe beaches, excellent architecture, stunning golf courses and magnificent culture, so you’re sure to find plenty of awesome activities to choose from. You can even see a spectacular view of the local area at the one of the highest points of the city at the Castillo de Gibralfaro.
Nearby Malaga Airport
There are plenty of excellent resorts close to Malaga Airport, including the vibrant Marbella, where visitors can look forward to fantastic beaches, charming boutiques and outstanding restaurants just 31 miles away. Beautiful Nerja is just 43 miles away, boasting an amazing seafront and a welcoming atmosphere.
At over two hours away, Seville takes a while to reach, but the city’s extraordinary architecture of Seville Cathedral and Barrio Santa Cruz make the journey worthwhile. Almeria is also more than two hours away, though its picturesque beaches and laid-back atmosphere are worth the trip.
Eating and drinking
The dining options near Malaga are endless, with Puerto de Malaga a favourite among holidaymakers with its mix of fantastic restaurants and bars. The port is a marvellous place to relax and enjoy delicious seafood while taking in the city’s views.
Things to do
Malaga’s Automobile and Fashion Museum continues to attract visitors from across the world thanks to its stunning collection of vehicles, including a collection of nearly 100 cars. There are also seven fashion exhibitions making up the Maga Sublime Collection. For petrolheads and fashionistas alike, the museum makes for a great day out.
The Alcazaba was built back in the 11th century and is made up of two walled enclosures. Its position in the centre of the city means it provides excellent panoramic views of Malaga and offers a great insight into the city’s past.