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Car Hire Malaga Airport (AGP)

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As Malaga is where our head office is located, we are pleased to offer direct hire and special terms and conditions for car hire from Malaga Airport.

Malaga is one of the busiest tourist destinations in Spain, with millions of visitors passing through the airport on their way to the eternally popular Costa del Sol. In recent times, the city of Malaga has become a hotspot for city breaks and as a central base for visitors wishing to explore Andalucia while avoiding the sun, sea, sand type of holiday.

With over 20 museums, and renowned as the birthplace of famous artist Pablo Picasso, Malaga is now considered a cultural highlight of Spain. There are two Arabic castles to explore within the city, and even a Roman theatre. There is an impressive array of accommodation available, from budget to boutique, to large scale luxury, and as you’d expect from a city of this size, you can sample the finest cuisine from around the world.

Of course, the main attraction is the beautiful Costa del Sol. With year round sunshine and all the attractions you’d expect from an international holiday destination, you’re bound to find something to interest or entertain. There’s a variety of theme parks, water parks and of course, long sandy beaches to top up your tan. Many of the larger towns such as Torremolinos and Benalmadena are lively and cater specifically for holidaymakers, while Marbella is internationally renowned for its nightlife.

Heading away from Malaga city, there’s so much to discover in Inland Andalucia, all within a few hours’ drive. With your AurigaCrown rental car, you have unlimited mileage, so why not visit some of the other fascinating destinations across the region, including Gibraltar, Granada or Sevilla, and still be back in time for dinner!

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Torremolinos museum by museum

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Tattoo Museum. “The Temple”

This unique project, unique in Spain, opened as an exhibition space and a center of body decoration is the fruit of efforts and management of two legendary tattoo artists: Lucas and Linda who have contacted renowned tattoo artists internationally as; as Lional Tichener (GB), Henk or Hanky Panky (NL), Lyle Tuttle (USA), Ron Ackers (GB) and other enthusiasts and tattoo enthusiasts to gather in his workshop-boutique-museum, various utensils from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries to illustrate the body through tattoos and form a valuable collection of more than 200 books, antiques, paintings and sheets that have been collecting since the early 70s of last century. (more…)

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Marbella climate

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The mild climate of Marbella has long attracted tourists to its sandy beaches, and the reputation for affluence, along with tales of intrigue from a long and varied past, have done little to dissuade the influx of peoples from many nations

The Sierra Blanca rises to over 1200 metres to the northwest of Marbella with a further mountain range, Sierra Bermeja, rising to over 1400 metres, behind that. The net effect is shelter from the northwest, and from the land breezes from that direction that are then mostly diverted down the Rio Verde and Rio Guadalmina valleys to the west, and the Rio Fuengirola valley to the east. These winds often bring the extremes of humidity and temperature to the Costa del Sol, especially during the summer months, and these are elements that the residents of Marbella are pleased to avoid.

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What to do in Estepona?

Estepona Marina

Situated in a privileged location on the Spanish Mediterranean coast, Estepona offers a rich culture, history, gastronomy, modern comfort and a variety of exciting activities. Estepona has plenty to offer for adventure lovers, for the demanding sybarite, for the cosmopolitan personality and for the modest nature lover. (more…)

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The rain in Costa del Sol…

Costa del Sol Rainbow

With an average of over 300 days of sunshine per year, the Costa del Sol is aptly named. Hot dry summers, and usually mild winters make this coastal region of Malaga province a year round destination. But occasionally the rain has to fall, and if you’re unlucky enough to be caught in a downpour when you should be on the beach, what can you do when sun, sea and sand are out of the question? (more…)

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