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Hertz at Clermont Ferrand Airport

Malaga-Costa del Sol Airport is the main gateway to Spain’s stunning sunshine coast, but explore further and you’ll find it’s so much more than just this. Malaga is a youthful and energetic Mediterranean city with a magnetic atmosphere where beauty abounds.

With over 300 days of sunshine a year, mile after mile of glorious coastline and a centre packed with historic and artistic attractions, Malaga offers the ideal mix of sprawling sandy beaches and cultural hotspots to explore.

Whether you’re enjoying delicious tapas at one of the many traditional bars and cafés that pepper the streets, strolling along the gorgeous waterfront or basking in the glory of the city’s most famous son at the Picasso Museum, Malaga really does cater for all tastes.

With so much to see and do, you’ll want to get out and explore the beautiful Mediterranean coastline and its spectacular mountain backdrop. If you collect your hire car at our conveniently located pick-up point at Malaga Airport, you’ll be able to get on the road quickly and see all that this wonderful region has to offer.

Hertz Malaga Airport Locations

Malaga Airport

Av. Garcia Morato s/n,
Costa del Sol Airport

902-998-706

A quick guide to Clermont Ferrand Airport


The Old Town is a fascinating maze of winding, cobbled streets lined with chic boutiques, tapas bars and cool cafés, while the waterfront has been revitalised with a promenade, bars, restaurants and shops.

But although there’s plenty to see and do in this sun-drenched city, its greatest appeal is to simply relax and enjoy the laid-back Mediterranean vibe.

Coast with the most

Malaga has over a dozen beaches within its city boundaries and with your hire car you can explore other seaside delights along Spain’s sunshine coast.

The pick of the urban beaches is Playa de la Malagueta, a 1km-long stretch of sand nestled in a gently curved bay lined with shops and excellent fish restaurants.

Less than an hour east on the A-7 you’ll find the charming former fishing village of Nerja, dotted with a range of lovely beaches to choose from. The ever-popular Playa Burriana makes a great lunch stop with its row of chiringuitos, or beach shacks, serving fantastic seafood.

Art for all

As you would expect in the birthplace of the 20th century’s most important artist, the city’s Picasso Museum doesn’t disappoint. Exhibits chart his progress from the late 19th century until his death in 1973. You’ll find the museum on Plaza de la Merced, only a few minutes away from where Picasso was born.

A short walk from here is the superb Carmen Thyssen Malaga Museum. Most of the works on display are from the 19th century, with the emphasis on Andalucían artists, including such luminaries as Zurbarán, Sorolla and Romero de Torres.

Malaga’s CAC Contemporary Art Centre is packed full of exhibitions to explore. Marvel at works from some of the greatest Spanish artists of all time and wander the wonderful collection, from Miquel Barceló to Juan Muñoz, and Louise Bourgeois to Tony Cragg.

The city also has three new artistic attractions including part of the St Petersburg State Russian Museum, with art from the 15th to the 20th centuries; the Pompidou Centre, housed in a glamorous glass cube at Muelle Uno on the waterfront; and the Museum of Fine Arts and Archaeology.

Mountain high

There are few, if any, more spectacularly sited towns in Spain than Ronda. You’ll find it perched on top of the El Tajo gorge, a deep cleft in the mountains carved out by the Río Guadalevín.

It’s a town with a dramatic and bloody history – this was the birthplace of modern bullfighting. The town’s fame was further enhanced by its close association with American writer Ernest Hemingway, as well as actor and director Orson Welles, whose ashes are buried in the town.

Sultans of bling

Just over an hour-and-a-half drive from Malaga is Granada, one of the most dramatic sights in all of Spain. Set against a backdrop of the Sierra Nevada peaks, Granada was the last stronghold of the Spanish Moors and their legacy lies all around the city.

It’s most spectacularly in evidence in the magical Alhambra, a vast complex of palaces and gardens, and one of the best examples of Islamic architecture and craftsmanship in the world.

Among the Alhambra's many highlights is the stunning Palacios Nazaríes complex and the Generalife, the sultans' beautiful summer estate, where you can stroll amid patios, pools, fountains, trees and plentiful multi-coloured flowers.

Car hire from Malaga Airport allows you to see the best of this sun-kissed Spanish city, but also head out to explore the attractions to be found in the wider region – all at your own pace.

Driving in and around Clermont Ferrand Airport


Malaga-Costa del Sol Airport is 13km south-west of the city centre, roughly a 20-minute drive away on the M-20. The airport is also close to the main coastal routes along the Costa del Sol, the A-7 and the newer version the AP-7, which is a toll road, or autopista.

The AP-7 and A-7 run west to Algeciras, via the resort towns of Marbella and Estepona. The A-7 can also take you east to Nerja, which is less than an hour’s drive away.

The glorious Alhambra can be found in Granada, nestled in the Sierra Nevada mountains. It’s just under a two-hour drive away via the A-92. The dramatic mountaintop city of Ronda lies an hour-and-a-half to the west in the spectacular Sierra de Grazalema, and is reached via the A-367 and A-357.

You’ll find driving in and around Malaga to be more relaxed than in larger cities such as Barcelona or Madrid. Despite the slower-paced, mostly stress-free driving environment, it’s still important that you acquaint yourself with the rules of the road.

There are three types of main road in Spain. Carreteras nacionales are toll-free national roads with a speed limit of 90km/h, autovías are toll-free dual carriageways that carry a speed limit of 100km/h, while autopistas are toll motorways with limits of 120km/h (these roads are prefixed with an ‘E’).

You’ll drive on the right-hand side and you should stick to the right-hand lane on motorways and dual carriageways unless overtaking. Note that though toll roads can be costly, they are usually much quieter than toll-free roads.

Much of Malaga’s centre is car-free, but finding a parking spot is generally not a problem. There are large car parks near the main landmarks, such as the one at Alcazaba, which is handy for exploring the old town.

HERTZ MALAGA AIRPORT LOCATIONS

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Malaga Airport

Address:Av. Garcia Morato s/n,
Costa del Sol Airport

Phone:902 998 706

Opening hours: Mo-Su 0700-2400