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Key facts for hiring a car in Alicante
Car hire locations
There two pickup locations in Alicante, the airport and at the railway station.
Popular times to visit
July and August
Exit – Salida
Car park – Aparcamiento
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Hire a car in Alicante
A Medieval castle on a barren mountain overlooks Alicante’s harbour.
With its miles of Mediterranean beaches and warm blue waters, Alicante’s landscape is sculpted to cater for the holidaymaker. This part of the Iberian Peninsula is greeted by millions of visitors each year, and with so much to offer within driving distance, it’s not hard to see why.
Whilst in town, wander by the water to see the cruise ships passing through and sip cocktails in the bars along the waterfront. Down on the marina, the neatly-parked boats docked in the harbour sit in contrast with the towering cranes on the commercial side of the port. Head out of the city to find authentic Spain. You’ll find lemon groves, delightful stuffed tomatoes, Moscatel wine, sweet pastries, golden medieval churches, blossom trees, roman bridges... the list is endless.
Away from the city
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- Make sure you get a car with air conditioning if you’re travelling during peak season. You’ll need it!
- There are many toll roads in Spain, so account for these extra costs in your budget.
- Hefty fines are given out for speeding, driving without your seatbelt and using a mobile phone. Be warned.
- Wearing open back shoes and flip flops is not permitted if you are driving.
- Yellow lines on the road mean no parking.
Where to road trip
3hrs 15mins northwest
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1 hour southwest
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2 hours north
One of the oldest cities in Spain, modernised with futuristic design and surrounded by agricultural tradition.