Tourist Information For Car Travelers

Wondering where to go in Spain? Our quick guide will help you. The best way is to visit all the places,the fastest way to that is by car! If you don’t knowA�how to rent a car in spain click the link. Okay,let’s start our guide.


Estepona is a quickly expanding resort on the Andalucian coastline. The peaceful old town seems to reflects the charm of ancient Spain in perfect contrast to the east and west flanksi of more recent urbanization’s. No need to be a boat lover to appreciate the enchanting marina at the far east end of the beach promenade.

Golfing, international dining, yacht hire, fishing, horse riding and water sports are some of the main activities on offer..

If you are just looking for a relaxed time, then enjoy a sunny day on of the white sanded Estepona beaches. A highlight excursion for families with kids and animal lovers is a visit to the Selwo Safari Park situated nearby where wild animal life con be observed at a close distance. The park also offers dally shows and a variety of restaurant with something to suit everyone taste.

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Marbella has about everything that a vacationer could dream of a�� sunny beaches, famous golf courses, gourmet dining, cafes, marina, casino, the most charming old town and a sizzling nightlife. All this, at only 30 minutes drive from Malaga Airport.

A visit to the moorish castle or the 16th century townhall, takes the visitor back into the depts of Spanish history and culture. Stroll through narrow bourganvilla decorated alleys of the Marbella old town where designer boutiques, tradicional spanish bars, french cuisine restaurants makes a unique blend of impressions.

Enjoy a freshly prepared fruit cocktail on one of the many cafes on a�?Plaza de las Naranjasa�?, literally, the orange square. Or let yourself touch by the gentle mediterranean sea breeze at one of the many beach restaurants and bars.

Go golfing on a 18 hole golf courses in Nueva Andalucia, or take the a�?Golden Milea�? down to glamorous Puerto Banus and it?s impressive mega yacht marina.

Idillyc inland villages like Ojen, Monda, Coin and Alhaurin be reached within short time.

Alternatively visit Istan. An area famous for it?s large estates and known to many as a�?the rural Marbellaa�? with breathtaking views of it?s sourrounding lake areas and pine forrests.



The idyllic village named Nerja is situated about 40 minutes drive from Malaga airport Just follow the signs on the new highway extension all the way past Rincon de la Victoria, Torre del Mar and Torrox. Further west you will find Almunecar, Salobrena and Motril.

This cosy village named Nerja has become the prime holiday destination for many because of itis charming town centre around the “Balcon De Europa” square, itis many “calas” or small beaches, the absolutely stunning “Cuevas de Nerja” (the “Caves of Nerja”), the rocky coastline with itis many steep cliffs and an extraordinary beautiful under water world. Following the “the caves” signs will take you there in 5 minutes. However, itis advisable to buy tickets for this unique experience in advance, especially during high season.

The nearest surrounding villages like Frigiliana, Sayalonga and Competa are ideal destinations for a day out in the inland. Alternatively, the ancient city of Granada can be visted all year round in less than 90 minutes and for the sport enthusiasts, ski resorts in the Sierra Nevada mountains are open during the winter season.

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Rincon De La Victoria

Originally a fishing village, Rincon De La Victoria has grown to one of the larger resorts on the coastline east of Malaga. At only 20 minutes drive from the Airport the 9 kilometers long beach offers a tranquil and very Spanish atmosphere with itis many “Chiringuitos”, the typical Andalucian seaside restaurants. If you wake early, you will be able to see how the fishermen come to shore in traditional small wooden boats in a scenario seemingly untouched by time and space.

For those interested in history a visit to the “Cuevas Del Tesoro”, literally the treasure caves, is a must. The tales of the locals reveals that the this is where the moors used to hide their golden treasures, hence the name.


Puerto Banus

Puerto banus is known to be one of the most fashionable places in Andalucia. Itis beautiful marina with some of the most impressive yachts on the globe has something to suit everyone’s taste. Cafes, restaurants, designer boutiques, art galleries not to forget the department store El Corte Ingles.

For sport enthusiasts there are a number of 18 hole golf courses at only a few minutes drive. Tennis, paddle, horse riding, scuba diving, jet ski, deep sea fishing or even chartering a yacht are further options.

The Puerto Banus nightlife should not be missed. Vibrant and enchanting, with a perfect blend of local party minded spaniards and fun seeking foreigners, it has something for all ages including night clubs, piano bars, discos, high cuisine restaurants and a Casino.

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