How to make the most of rental car services on Spain's holiday coast
The Costa Blanca attracts millions of tourists
a year. It's northern extreme is Denia and Javea, two great
looking towns at the bottom of a mountain. In the south the coast reaches
down as far as Torrevieja.
You can travel right along the Costa Blanca as the Carretera
Nacional goes all way alongside the coast. It's a great way to dawdle through
the countryside, checking out litle villages, and maybe staying in some of
Make sure and see the Terra Mitica Park at Benidorm
or the bays of Altea and Calpe, but the star of the show on the Costa Blanca
is always the sea It is the beaches and their tiny villages which give the
Costa Blanca its unique qualities.
Minimum driving age is 18.
You can pick up a hire vehicle at a number of
our locations on Costa del Sol. Conditions vary a little from place
to place, but nothing too extraordinary. And if you'd like to ramble
round a bit, perhaps a look first at our page,
"Driving Regulations in Spain" would be a good start. Then Andalucia
with its vineyards, famous horsemen and great scenery, awaits.