Brits love Spain. It's our favourite sunny place. Cheap flights go everywhere from Alicante to Zaragona - so city breaks, quiet family getaways, and secluded luxury holidays are easier than ever. Get a car. Grab a map. Book car hire in Spain and explore your own way.
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The beaches are perfect. That’s why Spain is the best holiday destination in the Mediterranean.
It’s true that the beaches along the Spanish coast are stunning and a major attraction for lots of holidaymakers. But, if you prefer a holiday that means sightseeing and absorbing the history and culture of a place, Spain has plenty of that too.
No matter where you go in Spain, city or country, the vibe is one of laid back frivolity and warm hospitality. Rent a car in Spain and you have the freedom to experience it all.
Although glorious sunshine is one of Spain’s biggest attractions, the climate does vary. Expect long, hot sunny days in the south, and cooler, breezier days in the north.
Paella is a rice dish and perhaps one of Spain’s best known. Expect tasty platefuls of meat, fish or vegetables with tomatoes and spices. But, if you have a sweet tooth you must try the chocolate con churros. Often taken as a mid-morning treat, these deep fried strips of sweet dough are dipped in a chocolate sauce so thick you can stand a spoon up in it. Delicious.
Beautiful stars of the silver screen, Penelope Cruz and, Javier Bardem were both born in Spain.
Technically, there are no laws against nudity in Spain. However being naked in a public place such as a shopping centre or sitting in traffic in one of our hire cars, is likely to cause offence and get you in trouble with locals and the police. Please don’t.
Passionate, sophisticated and devoted to living the good life, Spain is at once a stereotype come to life and a country more diverse than you ever imagined. - Lonely Planet
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Bilbao is a perfect place to explore the north coast of Spain. All you need is a car. Oh, and probably a map.It's also a great base to explore the Pyrenees. Just jump in your car and head east.If that doesn't float your boat, take in some sea air in San Sebastian. The Bay of Biscay whips up some serious waves.
Plan your route before you go, Bilbao's one-way streets will quickly confuse you. Use our route planner before you go
Dynamic, cultural and cosmopolitan. It's also the perfect base for a road trip. Just hire a car.Drive the car to the sacred town of Montserrat. Visit the statue of the Black Virgin - if you're newlyweds, she'll even give you her blessing.Up the pace a bit at the PortAventura theme park. The Dragon Khan will have you reaching for the Pepto-Bismol. It's 45 minutes in the car from the airport.
Be on the lookout for drivers reversing back onto the motorway.
Valencia. It's perfect for that long weekend. Typically Brits go to the region for the beaches and the parties. Break from the norm; hire a car and head inland.Hilltop castles and medieval walls will have the camera working overtime. Save some film for the mountain villages. There's plenty of them.If you do have your dancing shoes on, the party-playground of Benidorm is only a short drive from Valencia.
If you wear glasses make sure you carry a spare pair. It's illegal not to.
Madrid. Relentless nightlife and great tapas bars. Its football team is pretty popular too. Catching a game at the Bernabeu isn't easy though, everyone and his wife wants a ticket.Madrid is also a great place to just jump in a car and go exploring. Head out to Toledo for a swashbuckling adventure. Alright; you won't be fighting pirates on the high seas but it's a great place to buy swords.
Keep your wits about you when driving through the city. Signalling seems to be a thing of the past.
Murcia. There's plenty to see and do in the city. Once you're feet get tired, hire a car and head out of town.You'll find fellow Brits at La Manga. The lagoon is a magnet for water sport fans. And if you're a dab hand with a golf club, the area boasts three professional courses.For the weird and wonderful, head to Mazarron. The Bolnuevo Erosions will have you scratching your head.
Saturday's are for IKEA. Forget about driving in the city centre
Seville. It's the home to bullfighting and Flamenco. It's also the perfect base to hire a car and explore southwest Spain.If big, old buildings impress you, take a drive to Seville's cathedral. Rumour has it Christopher Columbus is buried deep in its vaults.Fancy a dip in the sea? Swap your car for a lilo. The Costa del Sol is not far in the car.
Hiring a small car will help you squeeze into tiny spaces.
Malaga. It's the gateway to the Costa del Sol. Sun-drenched beaches, British pubs and neon nightclubs.Hire a car and head to Torremolinos and Benalmadena - they're only a short drive away. Or drive down to Marbella and hobnob with the rich and famous. Forget about airport transfers - we guarantee you can collect your car at the airport.
Local drivers are not known for their patience. Expect to hear a horn if you're not quick enough at traffic lights.
Alicante. It's a bustling port with real Spanish character. It's also a great place to jump in a car and explore Spain's east coastHistory your thing? It's a short drive to the medieval fortress atop Benacantil Mountain.Had enough culture? Swap your hire car for a log flume at Terra Mitica, one of Europe's largest theme parks. It's a half hour drive.
Local drivers will sound their horn when they're going to overtake you. At night they'll flash their headlights.
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