Car Hire La Manga

Car hire in La Manga in Spain. We compare prices from Spain’s leading car hire companies in over 300 different destinations. Our car rental rates always include unlimited mileage and all necessary taxes and fees. Use the search engine below to find cheap car hire in La Manga.

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Car hire La Manga

Car hire in La Manga

We offer a wide range of car hire in La Manga in Spain, ranging from small cars that best suit a couple traveling alone on holiday, to large family cars and minivans where the whole family can travel together. Whatever you need, we have a rental car that will suit you well.

How about making your holiday in La Manga a little more special and treat yourself with some luxury? Experience the fresh air, the wind in your hair and enjoy the most beautiful monuments with a convertible car hire in La Manga. A good selection of convertible cars from many different car hire companies means that we have a convertible for you regardless of budget, ranging from economy to luxury class. Renting a convertible is a fun and stylish way to experience many of the sights throughout Spain.

La Manga you explore best in a rental car, and if you need 7 or 9 seater car hire in La Manga, it is cheaper to rent than two small cars, as well as savings on gasoline costs etc. With a seven or nine seater car, it will allow bigger families or golf groups to travel together so nobody misses day trips to the beach or other adventures in La Manga. Book you car rental early, because all 7 and 9 seater cars are highly requested, with limited availability. This is especially true for Easter and the summer months between June and September.

There is nothing better than renting a luxury car on an exotic island in Spain, or driving down the coast and visiting Spain’s best sights. We have many luxury rental cars and sports cars throughout Spain, at train stations, airports, ports, and in the city that make it easy to drive in style across Spain. Through us you can access top luxury cars from famous brands like BMW, Mercedes, Audi, Range Rovcer, Ferrari, Porsche, Maserati, and Jaguar to name a few.

Car hire Tips La Manga

  • If you need a rental car for your stay in La Manga, it’s easiest to book it for pickup when you arrive at Murcia Airport or Alicante Airport. Then you can easily return it when you return to your home country, and you do not need alternative transport to and from the Airport. In most cases, this is less expensive than using small local suppliers in La Manga.
  • Always order as early as possible. In high season there is a battle for the rental cars in La Manga. This means that prices will be higher. If you book on the internet as early as possible, the chance will be great for getting a car rental at a much cheaper price than by booking when you arrive in Spain. Check your car rental price in La Manga by using the form above.
  • After ordering, confirm the confirmation email you receive by email. You must bring this with you when you pick up the car. In addition, you must bring credit card, passport and valid driver’s license.
  • Please read carefully the contract from the car rental company before signing. Is it in Spanish, so ask for it in English. In particular, check with insurance, deposit, and fuel conditions.
  • Once you have received a key and will pick up your rental car La Manga, take a tour around the car and check for bumps, broken lights, and scratches. Take photos and videos of the rental car in use so that you can document the condition of the car when you picked it up and return the car after use. Also read why you should take pictures and videos of the rental car in use

    La Manga Short Guide

    Car hire La Manga

    Car hire La Manga

    La Manga is a seaside spit in Murcia, Spain. The strip is 22 km long and 100 meters wide (average), separates the Mediterranean from the Mar Menor (Minor Sea) lagoon, from Cabo de Palos to the Punta del Mojón.

    Historically, it was known by the Romans as Palus and later by the Moors as Al Buhayrat Al Qsarand. In the 17th century the name was changed to March Chico, which means “small sea” and later as El Mar Menor. Originally it was a bay opening into the Mediterranean, at either end, volcanic reefs gradually held back the sand and sediment that was dragged by the currents to form a sandy column of dunes and rock vegetation and long beaches in contact with two seas. La Manga sandbar is cut off by natural channels that keep the two seas in contact with each other, the so-called golas allow water from the Mediterranean sea. As such, the space was untouched until 1960, when La Manga was discovered as a tourist resort and underwent a transformation which included the urbanization of the area and the construction of tourist infrastructures.

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