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As a vacation destination, Spain really does offer something for everyone. From island hopping the Mediterranean to cosmopolitan city living, you'll find a country rich with culture, personality and a distinct identity in each region.  When it comes to car rental, Spain ticks a lot of boxes. The fine climate in the south makes it perfect for open-top driving, and every area of the mainland is easily accessible on the well-maintained road network.

Top Things To Do In Spain

For city lovers, Barcelona and Madrid are two of the best.  Both cities boast fabulous buildings, museums and parks and Barcelona has the added bonus of a world class beach.  But it’s when the sun goes down that the cities really come alive.  Stroll down Barcelona’s Las Ramblas late at night, with its many cafes, restaurants, bars and clubs, and you’re guaranteed a good time.  Madrid has even more options for late night partying, with great nightspots to be found all over.

Top 3 Must See: Spain

  • Las Ramblas, Barcelona

  • Cies Islands, Galicia

  • Wine tasting, La Rioja

Beyond cities, Spain offers spectacular natural scenery and beaches to die for.  In the north the mountainous region of the Galician countryside offers imposing landscapes and picturesque countryside exploration.  Stop by in Coruna and Vigo, and from the latter take a boat to the paradise island of Cies.  If you fancy taking in the wine regions, head east to Rioja and Ribera del Duero for the very best in Spanish wines.

Drive around Spain

For sun worshippers looking to combine a driving vacation with a beach break, head to the south.  Malaga airport is a popular starting point for holidaymakers taking in a driving tour of the Costa del Sol.  Hire a 7 seater for your friends or family and explore some of the many towns along the coast; Torremolinos, Benalmadena, Marbella, Puerto Banus, taking in Spanish history and magnificent architecture as you go.  Be sure to familiarise yourself with the fuel policy of your Spanish car rental company to avoid being unnecessarily charged for unused fuel or overcharged for not refilling the tank. states the fuel policy of each provider when booking.

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