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Among the large number of car rental providers located in the arrivals zones of Malaga Airport’s terminals is the car rental supplier Alamo.
Alamo Malaga Airport can be reached either via their official website at www.alamo.com or by telephone on +34 95 2048 505 or fax +91 323 3724. The rental station is open seven days a week from 07.00 hours to 23.59 hours all year round.
Alamo car hire Malaga Airport can offer a large selection of cars at affordable prices. The Citroen C1, Peugeot 206 1.1 or Citroen C3 1.4 are easy to drive and economical in their fuel consumption. While the Peugeot 206 can seat only 4 passengers, the Citroen C3 has space for up to 5 people and 2 suitcases.
In the Compact range from Alamo Malaga Airport customers will find cars like the 5-door Citroen C4 1.6, which can seat up to 5 passengers, has manual transmission and air conditioning and features power steering, air bags and AM/FM stereo with cassette player.
Families like to rent station wagons as they provide comfortable, spacious seating for passengers and plenty of space for luggage. The Intermediate range from Alamo car hire Malaga Airport offers seating for 5 people and space for 5 pieces of luggage with the Citroen Picasso 1.6 estate. The Citroen C5 is a 5-door car with seating for 5 people but has only space for 3 pieces of luggage by comparison.
Business travellers often choose cars from the Premium range and here Alamo Malaga Airport can offer cars like the Citroen C6 2.2, a 5-door car with room for up to 4 pieces of luggage and seating for up to 5 people. Also useful for business trips as a team is the 9-passenger van Citroen Jumper 1.9, which has air conditioning and a manual transmission.
Hiring a car from Alamo Malaga Airport is a good idea, as the greater Malaga region has much to offer with regard to tourist attractions and amenities. The beaches at Estepona, Marbella and Fuengirola are all worth a visit, not just for their individually beautiful settings but also for the services and amenities that are on offer, from seafood restaurants to great nightlife in the bars along the seafront promenades.
The national parks of the area are of outstanding beauty and are located within a short drive. The Sierra de las Nieves National Park covers some 40,663 hectares across the provincial borders of Malaga and Granada. Incorporating some historic villages dating back to Spain’s Moorish occupation on the Malaga side and excellent climbing in the mountainous Granada province, the park offers something for everybody. Some rare plant species grow here which are only found in this region of Spain and the highest peak, the La Maroma, imposing at 2,080 metres above sea level, offers outstanding views over large parts of both provinces.
The Roman Hot Baths of las Bovedas near the Paleo-Christian Basilica, Vega del Mar, can be found on the way to Marbella at San Pedro de Alcantara. Once part of a Roman settlement dating back to around 365 AD, when an earthquake destroyed the town known as Cilniana, the remains of the baths and the nearby Roman villa are highlights on a historical tour of the Malaga province.
For more information about Alamo car hire Malaga Airport, please visit the official website at http://www.alamo.com.