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Rent a car at Alicante Airport with Europcar
As the sixth largest airport in Spain and the gateway to the Costa Blanca resort region, Alicante International Airport welcomes both business and leisure travellers annually. Facilities are top notch at the new terminal building and if you’d like to get your trip off to a hassle-free and enjoyable start, be sure to head to our Europcar Alicante Airport car hire station located at arrivals.
The Europcar car hire experience at Alicante Airport
Whether you want to hire a car for a one-off day trip or a longer adventure, you can do so at Europcar Alicante Airport. Our daily, weekly and monthly car hire solutions allow for optimum flexibility and with so many different vehicles to choose from you can find a ride to suit your needs.
From small compacts like the Fiat 500 to the family-friendly Volkswagen Touran, we have an extensive collection of new models from top marques. All of our vehicles are fully air conditioned to help you face the Spanish heat in comfort and style.
As we don’t want you to face geographical restrictions during you adventure, feel free to drop your rental vehicle at any one of our stations throughout Spain.
Discover Alicante and surroundings by car
Whether you want to tour the Costa Blanca with the windows down and the music on or enjoy a gentle drive to the old town, Barrio Santa Cruz, you can do so at your own pace and leisure. Simply hire a vehicle from Europcar Alicante Airport and you can visit all the best sites from the beautiful sandy beaches of the southern coast to the Castle of Santa Barbara which crowns Mount Benacantil and provides fantastic views across the city.
As walking along the promenade is an integral part of Spanish culture, you may also fancy a trip to Explanada de España – a marble-laid pathway which will guide you from the old town to the sensationally beautiful marina where you’ll also find a selection of first-class eateries.
While history lovers are sure to enjoy Alicante’s MARQ Provincial Archaeological Museum, those with an appreciation for architecture can admire the Basilica of Santa María – the oldest and perhaps prettiest church featuring a gothic 14th century statue of Santa María.
From Alicante, you’re also well-placed to venture a little further afield with the lively coastal resort of Benidorm just under an hour’s drive along the coast. You could even head south along the coast to Almeria and Malaga or north-west to the Spanish capital, Madrid.
Driving in Alicante
When driving in Spain, you must stay on the right hand side of the road and overtake on the left. While the main roads throughout Alicante and beyond are kept in a reasonable condition, you’ll find some of the more rural beach and mountain roads to be a little narrow and bumpy, so take extra care when travelling a path less trodden.
While on-street parking is available in Alicante, the city can get very busy and you may not find a space. With this in mind, you may prefer to head to one of the more spacious parking lots with the harbour offering two big parking areas that are not usually full to capacity during the week.