Costa de la Luz car hire

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Oct 13 — Oct 20
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Car hire directory

  • keddy

    keddy by Europcar car hire locations in Costa de la Luz

    2 Locations

  • europcar

    Europcar car hire locations in Costa de la Luz

    1 Location

  • sunnycars

    Sunnycars car hire locations in Costa de la Luz

    1 Location

Good to know

Most popular car type

Mini

When to book a rental car in Costa de la Luz

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Top tips for hiring a car in Costa de la Luz

  • The major roads along the Costa de la Luz are generally in exceptionally good condition and there are tolls on the motorways. If you are visiting the cities and coastal towns then a standard car will be fine. If you aim to go further inland, into the mountains or off the beaten track in national parks or forests, then you might want to consider getting a four-wheel drive car. Air conditioning is important, and you should also consider getting GPS. Most car hire firms in Spain offer manual transmission but you can get an automatic if you book early and are willing to pay a surcharge.
  • In Spain you drive on the right and overtake on the left. Everyone must have a seat belt and small children need to be in restraints so make sure these are available from your car hire company. Children under 135cms (4.4ft) can’t sit in the front seat. There are mandatory items that you need to always carry in your hire car and your car hire company can advise on making sure that you have all of them. These include: your passport or ID card, your driving licence, the car’s insurance certificate, two warning triangles for emergency stops and reflective jackets.
  • Spanish car hire firms generally allow you to travel across borders within the European Union in their cars. Some of them will have a surcharge but many are free. So, you can travel between Spain and Portugal, for example, and you will be covered by your insurance once you alert your hire company. Travelling between Spain and Gibraltar on the other hand is slightly different. If you fly into Gibraltar, make sure your car is covered for travelling in Spain. This is particularly important since the UK left the EU.
  • Doñana National Park makes up a large piece of the coastline along the Costa de la Luz route, essentially stretching from just after Cadiz towards the Portuguese Border. You can’t drive through the park as it’s protected so you will have to detour through Seville if you want to complete the route. It looks like a large detour but it’s well worth it as you get to visit Seville as well as reach the towns on the other side of the national park near the border.
  • Book your car hire in Costa de la Luz at least 1 day before your trip in order to get a below-average price
  • Mini car hires in Costa de la Luz are around 53% cheaper than other car types, on average

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