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Why Hertz

  • Best price guarantee

    In the unlikely event you find a lower Hertz price, we will refund the difference.

  • No Fees

    No cancellation or amendment fees and no credit card fees.When the booking is cancelled within seven days of being made.

  • No Hidden Extras

    No hidden extras to pay - theft and damage cover included.

Hertz in Malaga

With its glorious beaches, azure ocean and fine waterfront eateries, Malaga serves up a prime slice of holiday heaven. But beyond the sunshine and sand, this reborn Costa del Sol spot has a whole lot more to offer besides.

Explore the myriad art galleries, including one devoted to its most famous son Pablo Picasso, dine in Michelin-starred restaurants or shabby chic fish joints, roam the Roman theatre and gaze in wonder at the city’s Moorish fortress. Malaga offers something for every taste.

We have pick-up locations across Malaga, including at Malaga Airport, so you can collect your car and get on with making great memories.

Whether you’re planning a week of beach hopping or a cultural expedition around the sights of the wider Andalucia region, we have the right vehicleto get you where you want to go.

Hertz Malaga Locations

Malaga Airport

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

902-998-706

Malaga Railway Station

c/ Mendivil, Parking 2,
Vialia Shopping Centre

+34-952-35-50-40

A quick guide to Malaga

Panorama view over Malaga and beach

With its golden beaches, laid-back resorts and thriving dining scene, Malaga has all the bases covered when it comes to a checklist for the perfect getaway.

But this is a city that’s also a master of reinvention. You’ll see it in the revitalised port area and clutch of handsome galleries and museums that all point to a location in the throes of a spectacular rebirth.

Home of Picasso

Fittingly for the birthplace of one of the most influential artists of the 20th century, Malaga has learned to fully embrace its artistic roots.

Pablo Picasso himself is celebrated in some style at Museo Picasso Malaga, which offers an exploration of the versatility and diversity of his work. Stroll through the cool rooms to witness the triumphs of his Rose Period, his journey into Cubism and a wide collection of nebulous portraits.

On the banks of the Guadalmedina river, the Centro de Arte Contemporáneo Malaga contains a kind of greatest hits of some of the contemporary art world’s big hitters. You’ll find works from British enfant terrible Damien Hirst hanging alongside those of legendary pop artist RoyLichtenstein. Meanwhile, the focus at the Carmen Thyssen Museum is predominantly on 19th-century Spanish painting.

Malaga’s history stretches back to the 8th century BC and its pair of hilltop citadels offer a window to the city’s storied past. Both the Alcazaba and Gibralfaro are legacies of Moorish rule, though the latter is now a ruin.

The Alcazaba is a must-see. Perched high on a hilltop, this palatial fortress boasts incredible views of the Mediterranean Sea. Built in the 11th century, the stronghold also overlooks the city’s modern skyline, a perfect marriage of Malaga old and new.

Malaga’s beaches

As well as being a culture vulture’s dream, Malaga really is the perfect place to just sit back and relax. There are a host of wonderful beaches in the city including Playa Malagueta, with golden sand and perfectly blue waters – the ideal spot to spend a few tranquil hours before lunch on the promenade.

Head along the AP-7 and take your pick from one the many stunning beaches along the way, including Adelfa Beach in Marbella. Rightly lauded as one of the best beaches on the Costa del Sol, it also gives you a chance to check out the glamorous town, with its yacht-lined harbour and buzzing nightlife.

Road trip time

Malaga is an area of stunning natural beauty. Sweeping mountain ranges and secret, untouched coves are a mere drive away. Take the A-7 to the Maro-Cerro Gordo Cliffs in just under an hour for a complete change of pace. This protected area is home to towering cliffs and pocket-sized beaches that teem with marine life. 

Add a little variety to your days on the beach by travelling inland to Córdoba via the A-45. This medieval city is a sight to behold, with both a Roman and Islamic heritage.

Plan a bigger trip and even an overnight stay in Madrid, home to the Royal Palace and world-class European art collections, just five hours away.

There are a lengthy list of towns to stop off at along the way, including the ancient city of Toledo, before arriving in Spain’s capital with its incredible architecture and vibrant bar and restaurant scene.

With car hire in Malaga, the delights of the Costa Del Sol and the whole of southern Spain are yours to explore.

Driving in and around Malaga

Coast of Malaga in Spain

Malaga’s roads are well connected and simple to navigate, while there’s plenty of public parking in the city, usually in underground car parks – ideal for shading them from the heat of the day.

As in the rest of continental Europe, you’ll be driving on the right hand side of the road. Speed limits are generally set at 120km/h on Autopista (highways), 100km/h on dual carriageways, or Autovia, 90km/h on single carriageway roads and 50km/h in urban areas.

The beauty of hiring a car in Malaga is that it gives you free rein to head down the coast, a scenic route with the blue sea on one side and rugged mountain landscapes on the other.

Enjoy the resorts of Marbella, the luxury yachts and glittering gold designer shopfronts of Puerto Banús or hit the lush green fairways of one of the world-class golf courses that hug the coastline.

The A-7 runs down the coast and traffic moves fairly freely outside of the cities. However there’s also the option of the AP-7, a toll road that takes pretty much the same route but with better road surfaces and faster-moving traffic, making for a slightly easier journey.

Take a road trip inland and you’ll find the traffic thins out still further. Roads are straightforward to navigate, with major highways connecting all the major cities.

Take the A-92 and in just over 200km you’ll arrive in the picturesque city of Seville, where Gothic architecture and imposing palaces await.

To find out more about the rules of the road in Spain click here.

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HERTZ MALAGA 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

Malaga Railway Station

Address:c/ Mendivil, Parking 2,
Vialia Shopping Centre

Phone:+34 952 35 50 40

Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0800-2230, Sa 0800-2200, Su 1200-2000