Car Hire at Alicante Aiport
Car hire at Alicante Airport
Alicante Airport is around 36 miles away from Benidorm, where holidaymakers can expect incredible weather, a lively atmosphere and some glorious beaches. Simply take the N322 from outside the airport and follow all the signs to Benidorm and you’ll be on the beach in around 40 minutes.
What you need to know
You can expect high numbers of tourists hiring cars in Alicante as a result of the resort’s popularity among holidaymakers. In order to find the best deal available, join our five million customers who are all enjoying great prices, free cancellation, no credit card charges and 24/7 customer support.
Where to pick up my car
All of the car hire companies at Alicante Airport are located in the arrivals area of the terminal, though this may be subject to change. To make sure you know the right place to go to, make sure you consult the airport’s website and your car hire provider ahead of your arrival.
“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
Alongside the thriving city of the same name, Alicante Airport is close to one of the most popular holiday resorts in Europe, Benidorm. Known for its lively nightlife and sun-kissed Mediterranean beaches, the town makes for a fantastic getaway and has excellent attractions for adults and children alike. Whether you want to party or relax, the town is a great option.
Nearby Alicante Airport
Along with Benidorm, the charming coastal resort of Altea is only a short distance away from Alicante Airport. In just a 45 minute driver, holidaymakers can be relaxing on a Mediterranean beach in one of Spain’s most tranquil and charming resorts. The city of Alicante itself is just seven miles away and provides the ideal balance of city life and beach fun.
If you’re willing to explore more of Spain, Gandia is around one hour and twenty minutes away by car and gives tourists a chance to see another side of Spain, with several museums and the Ducal Palace of Gandia offering new adventures for travellers. If you want to travel further afield, Valencia is two hours away, where the stunning City of Arts and Sciences is located.
Eating and drinking
Benidorm is usually associated with nightlife and beaches, but there is much more to the popular holiday resort. Its Old Town is full of delightfully quaint restaurants and watering holes. Enjoy your food surrounded by historic architecture and phenomenal coastal views.
Things to do
If you want to explore the spectacular natural beauty of Spain, the Guadalest Valley is ideal. Its hills make for a truly sublime view, while the local village has plenty of shops and restaurants to explore. It makes for a fantastic day out with plenty of photo opportunities.
Based on the stunning Mount Benacantil, the Castle of Santa Barbara dates back to the ninth century and provides a stunning view of the city. Whether you want to try to reach the summit by foot or take the lift up, the amazing landscape of Alicante is sure to be worth it.