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Car Hire Malaga Airport

Malaga Airport is the 3rd largest airport is Spain and 8 km from the city. A majority of holidaymakers come from the UK and Ireland and Malaga is one of the most popular destinations in Spain. Malaga is the birthplace of Picasso and the gateway to the Costa del Sol. Car hire in Malaga is always a good option to make the most of your holiday and really see the region.

Malaga Airport has 3 terminals and has been recently renovated. There are info points if you have any questions about the airport and a currency exchange office with ATM, if you need some extra Euros. A VIP lounge is available to business class ticket holders or for a fee. The food hall is the largest in Europe and has 17 outlets including La Moraga for local dishes and VIPs for classic European fare. Over 20 shops, will keep you busy including 3 duty free shops with items such as fashion, gifts and deli foods. The airport has the first national geographic store in the world and outlets such as Ferrari and Toro Andaluz. There is a chapel and medical centre too, should these services be required.

Malaga is the birthplace of the famous artist Pablo Picasso and there is a museum in the town dedicated to his life and work. If you are interested in art, you can also visit the Centro de Arte Contemporaneo and the Museo Carmen Thyssen. For a bit of history, visit the Moorish castles of Alcazaba and Castillo de Gibralfaro and not forgetting the Catedral de Malaga. Take a stroll along the bustling waterfront or relax on the beach at La Malagueta. Although not to everyone’s taste, the bull fighting ring at Plaza de Toros de la Malageuta has a museum and you can experience the real traditions of the bull fight. Out and about with your car hire in Malaga, you can drive to nearby Torremolinos for more sandy beaches. Alternatively you can seek out the glitz and glamour and people watch in Marbella or visit the pretty seaside town of Nerja.

Malaga is not just about the beaches but a place with rich history and culture. Salsa dancing is popular to learn and you can experience the uniqueness of Andalucían food at Chirinquitos where waiters sing out their dishes whilst you choose. For the adventurous there is incredible rock climbing at El Chorro and El Torcal.

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