By Leslie Brown

 

Malaga is a large and vibrant city in Andalucia, with a busy Airport located about 8 kms south west of the city centre. Malaga is a convenient entry point for the many tourists that flock to the South East of Spain.

 

We have several Motorhome rental suppliers in the Malaga area to service your requirements, and we are sure that you will have a great holiday. If you pick up your campervan in Malaga, you have a great deal of choice in where to go.

 

A room at the Palace at Alhambra, with a view of the Court of the LionsIslamic Carvings at the Alhambra - Creative CommonsYou can travel inland to Granada at the foot of the Sierra Nevada Mountains and visit the Alhambra, a Moorish citadel and palace. The Alhambra, whose name means “The Red Fortress”, is one of the most famous items of the Islamic historical legacy that makes Granada a hot spot among cultural and tourist cities in Spain. Covering an area of over 140,000 m2, the Alhambra is a stunning place to visit, described by Moorish poets as “a pearl set in emeralds”.

 

You can travel by campervan to the South of Spain on the coastal highway and take in Benalmadena, Fuengirola and Marbella. There are a large number of camp grounds in this area, so finding a place to park is not difficult. This means that you can go at your own pace and enjoy your holiday. This is one of the greatest advantages of Motorhome Hire in Spain; it gives you great flexibility, and the opportunity to change your plans at any stage.

All the campervans from our suppliers are up to date models, usually less than a year old, and all come fully equipped with the comforts of home; kitchen, refrigerator, sink, cabinets, sofa, heating. Almost all except the very smallest campervan models include a shower and toilet.

 

You can get a camper van quotation for collection at one of our depots near Malaga by using our booking engine. There may be some minimum motorhome rental periods applicable in different seasons, ranging between 7 to 14 days – these will be noted in the booking engine.

 

For ease of access, Malaga airport (AGP) is well served by public transport, with a train leaving from the airport and going to Malaga city centre and Fuengirola. The train station is located opposite Terminal 2. In addition, there is also a coach to Marbella bus station; check out the
train map at http://www.renfe.es/cercanias/malaga/mapa_zonas.html.

Also, Bus information is available at http://www.estabus.emtsam.es/.

If you are interested in Car Hire , check out our Car Hire booking engine at https://www.worldwide-motorhome-hire.com/products/rental-cars/europe/spain/