Car Hire Malaga Train Station
Address & Contact DetailsRenfe Centro Comercial Vialia, Dev Parking Menos 2 C/mendivil, Malaga, 29002. Tel: +34902090282
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Plan your journey from Malaga Train StationFrom Malaga Train Station you’re just a 10-minute drive from Malaga Cathedral – one of the city’s main attractions and the perfect place to start your tour of the Costa del Sol’s vibrant capital.
This ever-popular Spanish holiday hub attracts thousands of holidaymakers each year, drawn to its sandy beaches, nightlife and sights. The beaches stretch along Pablo Ruiz Picasso Promenade, lined with numerous bars and restaurants.
Start exploring the capital’s wealth of historic treasures and you’ll soon realise there’s so much more to this city than meets the eye.
Overlooking the city is Gibralfaro, a castle connected to a 15th century Moorish fort by a steep path. There’s also the stunning Renaissance-style La Manquita cathedral.
No trip to Malaga is complete without spending an afternoon at the Picasso Museum Malaga. Settled in Buenavista Palace, the museum is dedicated to the work and influences of Picasso – one of the greatest artists of the 20th century.
Each spring Malaga rolls out the red carpet for the Malaga Film Festival, featuring a programme of screenings alongside cultural and entertainment events.
From the comfort of your rental car, Malaga and Spain’s Costa del Sol is yours to discover at your leisure.
Beyond Malaga Train StationThe Costa del Sol is one of Spain’s hottest tourist spots. With spectacular beaches, famous sights and pristine golf courses, it’s easy to see why. From cosmopolitan towns to coastal retreats, this fascinating destination is rich in Spanish culture and tradition.
Caves of Nerja
Around a 50-minute drive from Malaga Train Station are the Caves of Nerja. These spectacular underground caverns are one of Spain’s major tourist attractions, stretching for almost 5km. Featuring impressive stalactite and stalagmite formations, an underground lake and discreet lighting, the caves offer a memorable experience.
Around a one and a half hour drive from Malaga Train Station is Granada, the town where the world famous Alhambra Palace stands. This impressive building, backed by the snow-topped peaks of the Sierra Nevada, is a must-see. From the top, enjoy incredible views of the Old Moorish Quarter and the Caves of Sacromonte. The town also has a selection of shops and traditional restaurants, so there’s plenty on offer.
A daytrip to the town of Osuna is well worth it. Just a 90-minute drive from Malaga Train Station via the A-45 and A-92, it boasts many sights – from impressive churches, to baroque mansions and historic monuments. One of the most outstanding attractions is Colegiata de Santa Maria de la Asuncion, home to an extensive collection of fine art and a terrace offering stunning town views.
Hiring an Avis car makes it easy to explore Malaga and the Costa del Sol at your leisure. Just collect the keys and get out on the great coastal road.