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    Car hire in Marbella - Best Rates with Auto Europe

    A car hire in Marbella from Auto Europe is the ideal way to explore the wonderful Andalusian coast. Imagine white sandy beaches, warm sun beating down from the blue sky. Marbella has a good consistent climate and is a great destination to be lazy during the day on the beach and dance the night away at the many restaurants and lively bars! You will find the  old town white washed buildings very welcoming, inviting you to sit down and sample "una cerveza" (local beer) and local food. The old town is home to the ancient city walls of two historical suburbs of the city, the Barrio Alto and the Barrio Nuevo. Park your car in the street and walk around the old town viewing the Chapel of Santiago, the oldest religious building in the city. Another building to check out is the Church of Santa Maria de la Encarnación, which is believed to have been built in the 15th century. Enjoy your lunch in the Orange Square, (Plaza de los Naranjos) the old town centre of Marbella, where you will find many restaurants to choose from, nestled amongst the orange trees.

    After spending the day on the beach or in the old town, take your car hire from Marbella and drive along the coast to Malaga or drive to Puerto Banus where you can wander along the port admiring the wonderful yachts and try some cocktails!


    Driving in Marbella is very easy. The only thing you have to be careful of is the roundabouts, there are lots of them. You can drive easily between other towns and out into the country to explore the region.


    Parking is available on the streets and in the car parks.You can park on the street when it says Zone Azul, and the parking spaces are marked out with a blue paint; make sure you have the ticket and display it on the window. There are a few underground car parks and all are well marked showing opening hours and prices.

    Geographic Information

    Marbella is on the south coast of Spain known as the Costa del Sol within the Andalusian boundary. The municipality of Marbella includes 27 miles of coastline that are sheltered by the coastal mountain range. The mountain range still plays host to golden eagles, hawks, falcons along with wild goats, deer, and foxes, amongst other animals.

    Malaga Airport (AGP)

    Malaga Airport is the nearest airport to fly to when going to Marbella. It is about 45 minutes drive and 33 miles from Malaga Airport along the AP-7 which is a toll road.

    Malaga International Airport (AGP)
    Website: Malaga International Airport
    Telephone: +34 91 321 10 00

    Public Transportation

    There is a local bus station situated in land away from the old town. The local buses pass through town regularly. They can also take you to Puerto Banus ot to Hipercor, which is a larger shopping centre.

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