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Simply Car Hire Spain offer literally hundreds of pick up and drop off car hire locations right across Spain. From the major destinations like Malaga Airport car hire on the Costa del Sol and Alicante Airport on the Costa Blanca through to actual urbanisations and towns such as Calahonda, Torremolinos and Fuengirola.

If you cannot find the car hire pick up or drop off point you desire please let us know and we will feed this information back to our car hire partners, however we are 99.9% certain you will find exactly what you want as our Spanish car hire network is huge.

Your visit to Spain is not only about the warm sunshine, the late nights sipping sangria and the relaxed Mediterranean lifestyle, you can also expect that there will be a fantastic amount of things to do as you explore the rich cultural heritage, the amazing natural landscapes and the dazzling historic relics all across the 17 autonomous regions of the country.

Spain continues to be the number one holiday destination for Brits and attracts thousands of visitors day in, day out and as such a large country, Spain offers such a variety of climates, cultures, cuisines, traditions, leisure activities, things to do and see, that there really is something for everyone and once you visit once, you will return again and again.

With immense stretches of coastline and lots of diversity amongst the various autonomous communities, your list of places to visit will be never ending and with so many low cost airlines travelling to cities all over the country, you can afford to make the short haul trips as often as you want.

Up in the North, the “Green Spain” covers Galicia through to the Basque country with mountainous regions, fantastic cuisine that includes lots of fish dishes and pretty fishing towns steeped in maritime traditions. Over on the East coast you will find the hugely popular and cosmopolitan city of Barcelona that combines a seriously modern urban lifestyle amongst the different quarters of the city that house some of the most amazing historic and cultural legacies in all of Spain. From the Sagrada Family temple to the Cathedral to the Ramblas, a pedestrianised street full of street performers, little cafes and market stalls, a visit to this part of Spain will fly by.

The Costa Brava and Costa Dorada then pass on down into Valencia, home of some of the most popular Spanish tourist destinations including the city of Valencia itself, which has hosted the Valencias Cup, a prestigious sailing event and has fantastic facilities if you are looking for the perfect location to dock your boat in Spain, and further South, you will find Torrevieja, Benidorm, and Denia.With the tourist trade at its most prolific along this part of the country, it is no wonder that Alicante airport is one of the busiest airports in Spain during the summer months. Through Valencia you come to Murcia, the “bread basket” of Spain where much of your fruit and veg is originally grown. Along the Southern coast of Spain you will find Andalucia, one of the largest autonomous regions in Spain and home to many of those well known traditions we associate with Spain. From the tradition of free tapas with your drink once you have spent a day strolling around the wonderful Moorish palace of the Alhambra in Granada, to the Flamenco dancing you can find around Malaga to the bull-fights around Seville, the Southern coasts of Spain are rich in variety of things to do throughout the thriving seaside towns found down here.

For even more adventure, venture inland for another side of Spain. With the busy city hub of Madrid in the centre you could easily spend much of your time in Spain just exploring the cosmopolitan metropolis that includes no fewer than 73 museums, a stunning 17th Century Royal Palace, the modern Almudena Cathedral and a nightlife that will keep you up into the small hours. The city of Salamanca offers the perfect place to learn very good Spanish and the plains of Castilla La Mancha offer vast national parks and the home of the infamous Don Quixote.  

Make the most of your travels and get truly involved in the local festivities, sample the wonderful local cuisines and learn a few words of Spanish before you go. Not forgetting of course the regional variations of Spanish that include Gallego, a mix of Spanish and Portuguese spoken in Galicia as well as Catalan, a type of French-Spanish spoken on the North-East coast.

If exploring Spain and seeing as much as possible is what you are looking for then there is no more ideal way to get around than to simply hire a car using our extensive but simple Spanish car hire search and start at one end of the country and make your way round so leave the bicycles in the bike shelters and explore that bit further by car. If you have a holiday booked but haven't yet passed your driving test then make sure you can book your week long driving course before you get on the plane! Spain has very good roads and infrastructure, there is no better way to take in everything you want to in this great country than in one of our great Spanish car hire deals.

What more could you ask for??

Use our simple Spanish car hire search engine to find the perfect car hire for your holiday or business trip to Spain today. We will find you the best Spanish car hire deals in every area of Spain including the following popular places:

Spanish Main Coasts

Costa Blanca


Costa Calida


Costa del Sol




Spanish Airports


Spanish major cities

Spanish Car Hire Companies