For many the summer is already over having to return to their countries where temperatures already tend to be lower. But this is not the case of Malaga, here we STILL HAVE A LONG SUMMER AHEAD.
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Embark on the adventure of discovering the Costa del Sol and Malaga province by car, an opportunity you should not miss!
You think that the summer is still too far away to make already vacation plans? Well, find out more about our Early Bird Discounts at Malagacar.com!
Spring arrives at Malagacar.com with new car groups to choose from according to the needs of our costumers
When we book online to plan our vacations ahead, it’s very important to always bare a few things in mind: Are there other people out there who have already had experience with the online service being offered?, and if there are, how did it go for them?
Other websites claim that they offer low prices for car hire Malaga, and most of these websites that resell a car hiring service won’t have a clue of which company you’ll end up using, which means you’ll probably end up paying a lot more than the initial price you saw.
We all know that one of the great things about Spain is the weather. It’s not at all surprising that we’re already in October and it still feels like Summer here in Malaga!
It’s the perfect time to plan a sunny weekend! Take advantage of the low season prices and why not hire a nice convertible at malagacar.com so you can drive off as soon as you get off that plane at Malaga Airport and start enjoying Andalusian’s sites and views with the wind running through your hair.
Depending on the location of our hotel or apartment, public service may be close or not. For example if we choose a hotel in Marbella or a relaxing stay in any of the many interior white villages, getting to the city centre may be quite difficult and could take a few hours. If we choose car hire Malaga, the distances whilst moving through the province are a lot shorter and much more comfort than using two buses; and not to mention, cheaper than using a daily taxi.
Malaga airport during this exercise is breaking the downward trend in passenger numbers that began with the economic crisis. In fact, estimates for this period include an increase by 10% and more than 13 million passengers, a figure not reached since 2007, when the facility had its record year with 13,5 million passengers.