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Compare all the major car hire brands including Avis, Hertz, Europcar, Sixt and Alamo and find the best prices for car hire in Spain. Car rental in Spain includes Theft Waiver (TW), Third Party Liability Insurance and Collision Damage Waiver (CDW) as well as unlimited mileage when you hire with us.

Top airports

Madrid Barajas Airport

from £7,-

per day


Barcelona El Prat Airport

from £6,-

per day


Majorca Airport

from £7,-

per day


Málaga Airport

from £6,-

per day


Gran Canaria Airport

from £6,-

per day


Alicante Airport

from £5,-

per day


Tenerife Airport South

from £5,-

per day


Ibiza Airport

from £6,-

per day


All airports


Alicante Airport
Almeria Airport
Asturias Airport
Badajoz Airport
Barcelona Airport
Bilbao Airport
El Hierro Airport
Fuerteventura Airport
Gibraltar Airport
Girona Airport
Granada Airport
Gran Canaria Airport

Ibiza Airport

Jerez Airport
La Coruña Airport
La Gomera Airport
Lanzarote Airport
La Palma Airport

León Airport
Logrono Agoncillo Airport
Madrid Airport
Majorca Airport
Málaga Airport
Menorca Airport
Murcia Airport

Pamplona Airport

Reus Airport
San Sebastian Airport
Santander Airport
Santiago De Compostela Airport
Sevilla San Pablo Airport
Tenerife Airport North
Tenerife Airport South
Valencia Airport
Valladolid Airport
Vigo Airport
Vitoria Airport

Zaragoza Airport

Spain guide

Car rental Spain
Car hire Spain

The Kingdom of Spain is located on the Iberian Peninsula. In addition to the mainland territory, Spain is also comprised of the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean, the Canary Islands off the west coast of Africa, the Moroccan cities Ceuta and Melilla, and Peñón de Vélez de la Gomera islands.

Spain is bordered by France, Andorra, and the Bay of Biscay to the north; Mediterranean on the east; Mediterranean and Gibraltar to the south; and Portugal and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. It is physically cut off from the rest of Europe by the Pyrenees. It also has land borders with Morocco.

Its unique position between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean as well as Europe and Africa has often put Spain in the middle of history and made it a cultural melting pot throughout the Middle Ages. For 300 years starting from the 16th century, Spain built a global empire through its explorations in the New World. That influence is remains apparent today throughout North and South America.

Population and language
Spain has a population of 47.1 million. The primary ethnic group is Castilian Spanish, followed by Catalan, Galician, and Basque, which all consider themselves separate nations within the country. There is also a small population of Gypsies, estimated to number anywhere from 50,000 to 450,000. The primary language is Spanish, followed by Catalan, Galician, and Basque.

Spain is predominantly a Catholic country, although 28 percent of citizens identify themselves as non-religious.

Major cities and tourist destinations
Madrid (pop: 5.8 milion); Barcelona (5.1 million); and Valencia (812,000) are the three largest cities in Spain.

Spain is one of the continent’s most popular destinations, travelers drawn by the country’s beaches, islands, nightlife, and cuisine. Spain in divided into five autonomous regions: Andalusia, where Madrid is located; Barcelona; Granada; Sevilla; and the former Moor stronghold, Córdoba.

La Concha in San Sebastian is considered one of the best beaches in Spain for surfing, swimming, or just walking along the sand.

Granada’s Alhambra palace complex takes a day to explore. Those visiting in the summer would be wise to buy a ticket in advance. There is still bullfighting in Spain, with bullrings located in most major cities.

The climate of Spain is diverse and varies depending on your location. The center of Spain is a plateau surrounded by mountain ranges. In that area, summers are hot and dry but in the winter temperatures can fall below freezing.

The area of Spain off the Mediterranean has mild winters and warm summers.

Spain has a mixed capitalist economy with a $1.456 trillion gross domestic product. Its major industries include fishing, iron mining, and agriculture including wine grapes. Spain is one of the largest exporters of oranges, mandarins, and lemons. Major imports include scotch whiskey, fuel, chemicals, medical instruments, and food products.

Spain has many international airports located in every area of the country. The biggest are Madrid Barajas, Barcelona el Prat Airport, Málaga Airport and Alicante Airport.

The Spanish rail network, known as RENFE, services all major cities but doesn’t go to most small towns. For those, visitors need to use private rail lines, buses, or rent a car. Car Rentals are available at airports and at certain hotels.

Within cities there are also trams, taxis, and buses. Madrid, Barcelona, and Valencia have metros, which is the fastest way to get around.

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Save up to 40% compared with booking directly with an agent

  All the necessary insurance are always included in the price
  Value Added Tax (VAT) and Airport Location Fee are included
  No hidden charges or credit card fees
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