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    There are over 340 car hire locations in Spain, and the most popular city is Malaga.

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    The most popular car rental brands in Spain are Goldcar, Firefly, Record, Centauro and Interrent.

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    The cheapest months to pick up your car hire in Spain are January and November.

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Hire a car in Spain

Hire a car and take to the open road to drive the scenic, stress-free roads of Spain.

Spain is the ultimate European holiday destination. As one of the world’s most renowned destinations for spending a week in the sun, the hardest part of planning a holiday in Spain can be pinpointing exactly where to go. Each region offers such a variety of landscapes, delicacies and traditions, make sure to visit as many cities as you can during your stay.

The Spanish islands – which one's for you?

The Balearics

The Balearic Islands are great destinations for lovers of the classic holiday trio – sun, sea and sand.

Average flight time from the UK:
2 hours

Most popular place to hire a car in the Balearics:
Palma de Mallorca Airport

Average cost per day for a January rental in Mallorca:

Average cost per day for a July rental in Mallorca:

The landscape – what to expect:
Endless streches of white sand, clear turquoise oceans, gorgeous tree-sheltered coves, pretty stone villages and verdant mountainous landscapes.

The weather is hot in peak season (June to September) but good weather is still possible in May and October. Winters tend to be cooler, so not great for lying on the beach.

Which island suits me best?

For a quiet, romantic retreat:

For a busy and lively beach holiday:

For rustic villages and world class clubbing:

For celeb spotting and glamorous beaches:

The Canaries

The Canary Islands, being nearer to Africa than Spain, offer a classic beach retreat with an exotic twist.

Average flight time from the UK:
4 hours

Most popular place to hire a car in the Canaries:
Tenerife South Airport

Average cost per day for a January rental in Tenerife:

Average cost per day for a July rental in Tenerife:

The landscape – what to expect:
Otherworldly volcanic formations, epic yellow sand dunes, wild and unforgettable beaches, fascinating black beaches and rugged, tropical forests.

Some of the most stable temperatures in the world mean that the Canaries are great for a winter retreat as well as a more traditional summer vacation.

Which island suits me best?

For lava shaped landscapes and dormant volcanoes:

For beautiful drives and epic scenery:

For a classic beach holiday with a touch of adventure:

For diverse landscapes and world class conservation:
Gran Canaria

For mountains and forests and all things nature:
La Gomera

The centre of Spain


The majestic city of Madrid sets itself apart from other capitals with its welcoming undercurrent and soulful, European vibes. It might not boast world-famous, esteemed landmarks, but its selling point is how it makes you feel when you are there.

Madrid’s fusion of larger-than-life, youthful nightlife with lazy, late (and good-value) lunches provides a great balance of excitement and relaxation. Whether you want a chilled afternoon filled with tapas or a late night in a flamenco theatre, Madrid will tick all the boxes. If you prefer lying in sun-baked parks and wandering through small cobbled alleyways, Madrid has these in abundance too.

Be aware, this landlocked city gets seriously hot in summer, and there is no easy escape to the beach. Look out for a hotel with a pool, so you can cool off after a day of sightseeing. Of course, make sure your rental car has air conditioning (and maybe even consider renting a convertible!)

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The capital of Catalonia


At the heart of Barcelona lies astounding architecture, unbeatable food and a welcoming soul. Not many European cities can boast the excitement of city life combined with chilled out beach vibes, and Barcelona achieves this mix effortlessly.

The green spaces and parks are unparalleled, and the many viewpoints – Bunkers del Carmel and Montjuïc Castle to name a few – are breathtaking.

Gaudi has left his mark across the city, and his creations are definitely not to be missed (the inside of the Sagrada Familia is perhaps the most impressive and unexpected sight of all). However, Picasso also spent a lot of time in the city, and the museum dedicated to his early works is really worth a visit.

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A jewel in the mountains

If you’re in the North of Spain, rent a car and follow the winding mountain roads to the stunning archaic town of Jaca. Hidden and protected by the Pyrenees, Jaca is a more unusual example of how the seasons can affect Spain. This village is perfectly suited to summer tourists; yet when snow descends upon Jaca, it metamorphosizes into a Spanish ski resort. Close to the French border, Jaca is built around a medieval fortress on the River Aragon. There are some astonishing sights to uncover, including the remarkable pentagonal citadel.