Rent a car or van at Malaga Airport with Europcar
As the fourth busiest airport in Spain offering both domestic and international flights, Malaga Airport is a bustling hub of activity. Located just eight kilometres from the centre of Malaga, the airport is well-placed for anybody wishing to explore this captivating region of Andalucía.
Those eager to hit the road from the moment they arrive can easily pick up a vehicle from Europcar Malaga Airport and be on their way in no time. Our station is located on-site for your convenience.
The Europcar car hire experience at Malaga Airport
At Europcar Malaga Airport we have a wide range of automatic and manual cars designed to meet your travel needs. While eco-friendly models such as the Fiat 500 or Nissan Micra are ideal for those used to driving smaller cars back home, our selection of Jeep Renegade 4x2 models are perfect for families requiring optimum legroom and space for additional cases.
Want to cruise along the Spanish coast in true style? Then how about hiring an Alpha Romeo Giulia or a Mercedes Class B?
For those travelling in larger groups, we also provide a selection of small vans which typically carry between eight and nine people. These are fully air conditioned with popular models including the Mercedes Vito Tourer which also has room for four cases.
As well as a great fleet consisting of multiple well-known marques, we also provide flexible car hire solutions to suit long and short-term rental needs. So whether you want to hire a car by the day, week or on a monthly basis – we can help.
Discover Malaga and surroundings by car
When you hire a vehicle from Europcar Malaga Airport, you can start to explore this beautiful part of the world as soon as you arrive. Of course, the Costa Del Sol is renowned for its beaches, so if splashing in the sea and building sandcastles are what holidays for you are all about, you won’t be disappointed.
If you’re more into sightseeing than sitting in the sun, don’t miss some of Malaga’s most fascinating and historic sites from Moorish castles to Roman ruins. Other places of interest include medieval fortresses like Castillo de Gibralfaro and religious buildings such as Malaga Cathedral.
With easy access to four wheels, you could also venture further field. Montes de Malaga is particularly delightful if you’re in the mood for some peace and quiet.
Driving in Malaga
People in Spain drive on the right, so if you are used to driving on the left, please take extra care. Also beware of the many motorcyclists which utilise Spanish roads.
With regards to parking, it’s a good idea to leave your vehicle in one of the many public car parks as these tend to be cheaper and less restrictive than on-street parking solutions. There are many public parking places across the city making it possible to park up and reach your chosen attraction by foot.