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Marbella Car Rental Deals

Collect your Sixt car rental in Marbella from our convenient city center location and explore this Andalucian coastal destination. In the town, modern architecture and promenades nestle comfortably alongside the historic center, or casco antiguo. Cruise along the Golden Mile in a luxurious sports car before spending a couple of hours browsing the shops that line narrow cobblestone streets in the heart of the city. When you are ready for a change of scenery, head into the nearby Sierra Blanca mountains in your rental car.

 
  • Marbella
    Ctra. de Cádiz, km 183
    29600 Marbella

    Mo. - Su.08:00 - 20:00
    Bank Holiday08:00 - 20:00
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  • Marbella

    Sixt rent a car
    Ctra. de Cádiz, km 183
    29600 Marbella

    Mo. - Su.08:00 - 20:00
    Bank Holiday08:00 - 20:00

    Available vehicle categories: Compact Cars & Sedans, Sports cars & convertibles, 4x4 / SUV

Car rental in Marbella, Spain with Sixt

Our Services | Traffic Information | Sixt Tips | Sightseeing Destinations

At our Marbella branch, we have a fleet of rental cars that contains everything from compact vehicles for city driving, to truly luxurious sedans, convertibles, and sports cars. Our rental cars are supplied by well-known names that include Ford, BMW, Audi, and Jaguar as well as Ferrari and Porsche. Find the perfect vehicle for your business or leisure trip to southern Spain before checking out our budget-friendly deals and offers. Please be aware that we can only guarantee a chosen car category and not specific models at our car rental in Marbella branch.

What to do in Marbella in Winter 2019

With an average August temperature of 75 degrees and an average January temperature of 55 degrees, Marbella is a pleasant destination all year round. The winter months, however, do see heavier rainfall. This is the ideal time to explore Marbella's museums and art galleries. The Museo Ralli has exhibitions of Latin-American and European art while the Sala Municipal de Exposiciones features a changing program of exhibitions. The cooler days are the perfect opportunity to take the short drive up to the village of Mijas to visit the Mayan Monkey Chocolate Factory, the smallest in the world. Here you can take part in a 45-minute chocolate making workshop. If you are in Andalucia from early December to early January, use your car rental in Marbella to visit the colorful Christmas markets of Malaga.


Our Services

Go online or reserve your vehicle on the move using our booking app so it is ready to pick up when you arrive for your holiday or business trip. Select from mid-sized city cars, spacious SUVs or other top-of-the-line vehicles. We are always happy to assist in your mobility needs and we welcome younger drivers under the age of 25 for an additional charge. Before confirming your booking, select from our comprehensive range of add-ons. These are designed to make your trip as stress-free as possible. Available extras when you rent a car in Marbella include:

  • GPS
  • Additional drivers
  • Child seats for babies, toddlers and children
  • Extended roadside protection
  • Accident protection and supplemental liability protection


Traffic Information

When you rent a car in Marbella with a GPS system it is easy to explore the city's coastline and marinas in comfort before finding a parking spot to visit the casco antiguo on foot. Both the A7 and the faster AP7 toll road link the town to both Malaga and Gibraltar with their airports and attractions. Be aware that in recent years the Spanish police and authorities have become much stricter in enforcing speeding and drunk-driving laws. Speed cameras are not always visible. Spanish driving regulations also state that children under 12 cannot travel in the front seats of vehicles. Parking in town and the nearby marinas and beaches is a mix of street parking and public car parks, usually with timed metered payments.


Sixt Tips

Over the centuries, the area has been occupied by Phoenicians, Visigoths, Romans and the Moors. In fact, its origins date back to 1600 B.C. Until a few decades ago, however, there was just a small sleepy fishing village of tiny white homes here. When Franco opened up Spain to international tourism in the 1960s, its location and climate ensured a rapid growth with beaches, promenades, hotels, marinas, and casinos being constructed. Hidden away amongst these is the old town or casco antiguo, a delightful spot with orange trees, historic buildings, and cobbled pedestrian-friendly streets. Its cafe-lined squares are perfect for watching the world go by over a coffee or glass of Spanish wine.

You can make the most of local attractions and beaches with your economy rental vehicle. Drive along the "Golden Mile" that is actually four miles long, a journey that takes you from beaches and luxury residences to the upmarket marina town of Puerto Banús. Celebrities and members of royal families from around the world have homes here. With your rental car, it's also easy to enjoy some horse racing at the Hipodromo Mijas Costa or a game of golf at nearby courses. Spanish cuisine can be fully enjoyed at Marbella restaurants. Tuck into grilled sardines at the beach or enjoy the choice of excellent tapas bars in Plaza de los Naranjos, or Orange Square.


Sightseeing Destinations

When you have spent a few days leisurely swimming and sunbathing on the town's beaches, take advantage of your car rental and feel the breeze in your hair as you take a drive to Gibraltar in your luxury convertible. Explore the historic British colony and visit the Barbary Apes that live on the Rock of Gibraltar. Remember to take your passport, you will need it to leave Spain and enter Gibraltar. A leisurely drive eastwards along the coast in your roomy passenger van transports your party to Malaga, an ancient city where strong Moorish influences can still be seen. Spend a couple of hours visiting the Alcazaba, cathedral and revitalized port area before dropping into the Picasso Museum. Malaga is the perfect destination for your holiday souvenir shopping.

Head inland in your comfortable SUV and take the road that winds up through the mountains to the hilltop town of Ronda. Visit the Arab Baths or hammam before taking in the breathtaking views from the Puente Nuevo, an 18th-century stone bridge that spans the gorge of the El Tajo, 100 meters below.

    Distances from our car rental in Marbella branch to:

  • Gibraltar: 43 miles, 60 minutes plus border crossing time
  • Malaga: 41 miles, 50 minutes
  • Ronda: 34 miles, 60 minutes

Business Travel

While Marbella is primarily a tourist and holiday destination, some hotels do cater to business travelers who are attending conventions, exhibitions, meetings or seminars at the multi-purpose Marbella Congresos, Ferias y Exposiciones. Rent a car or minivan in Marbella for easy travel between your hotel and the exhibition center.

 
 

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