Car Hire Seville Airport
Address & Contact DetailsAeropuerto De Sevilla, Sevilla, 41020. Tel: +34902110264
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|Tuesday||08:00 - 21:00|
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Hire a car from Seville Airport
Picking up your car hire from Seville Airport is easy. Simply pick up the keys to your car rental in the airport arrivals at the Avis desk and you can set off onto the long and winding region of Andalusia.
Discover Seville and the south of Spain from the comfort of your rental car.
Where to go from Seville Airport
Pick up a hire car at Seville Airport and enjoy the flexibility of exploring this magical Andalusian city and the open road beyond. From the airport it’s only a 15-minute drive to embrace the bustling tapas bars, striking architecture and historical attractions of this quintessentially Spanish city.
Seville is also a natural starting point for a stunning road trip through Spain’s southern regions. From the city limits, head northeast up the A4 to tour Cordoba’s world-famous Heritage site, the Mezquita-Cathedral, or directly south towards Cadiz to then meander at your own pace along the smaller coastal roads of the Costa de la Luz (Coast of Light). This area located between Cadiz and Huelva is home to wide sandy beaches, the fishing villages of Tarifa and Zahara de los Atunes, and protected parks such as the Donana Nature Reserve.
Continuing east will bring you first to the culturally rich city of Malaga, and beyond that to the desert-like plains of Almeria where many spaghetti westerns were filmed. Alternatively, double back from Malaga inland to cruise through the distinctive “pueblos blancos” - the white villages of Andalusia – that showcase some of Spain’s prettiest architecture.
Spain’s vast, epic landscape is perfect for road trips. Rent a car from Avis and enjoy your next road trip adventure at your own pace.
What to do in Seville
One of the largest historical centres in Europe, Seville is only a 20-minute drive via the A-4 and Avenue de Kansas City from the airport. This lively city has plenty to offer, including numerous restaurants, a buzzing nightlife and many historic sites.
Seville’s spectacular cathedral, officially the largest in the world, is a popular attraction. Also worth visiting is the Barrio Santa Cruz – the old Jewish Quarter opposite the cathedral. This is known as the historic heart of Seville and peppered with shops, restaurants and cosy cafes.
Other treasures include the Royal Palace (the Alcazar of Seville). This promises an interesting day trip, as it is in fact a collection of several palaces – each representing an eclectic combination of different religious influences and architectural styles.
Opposite Maria Luisa Park, Plaza de España is ranked among the city’s top attractions. This delightful square, decorated with ornate tiles, fountains and baroque arcades, was originally built for the 1929 Ibero-American exhibition and remains a popular draw for both locals and visitors.
There are also numerous restaurants in the area for those wishing to taste Spanish gastronomy at its finest.
To sample the local nightlife, head to Calle Betis – an impressive waterfront area home to a popular strip of pubs, trendy bars, cafes and restaurants.
From the comfort of your rental car, Seville and other Andalusian gems are easily explored at your own pace.
Road Trips from Seville Airport
Andalucía is one of the most popular parts of southern Spain. With its historic cities, rustic towns and spectacular resorts, it’s easy to see why. From historic and cosmopolitan cities like Seville and Cadiz, to beach destinations such as Marbella and the Costa del Sol, it’s possible to find the perfect combination of sun, seaside fun and sightseeing.
Doñana National Park
Just under an hour’s drive from Seville Airport is Doñana National Park. This natural reserve is a top attraction in Andalusia and houses an enormous variety of bird species, including one of the largest colonies of Spanish imperial eagles in the world.
Italica Roman Ruins
Just 10km north of Seville Airport along the A-4 are the ruins of Italica. One of the earliest Roman settlements in Spain, Italica dates back to 206 BC. These fascinating ruins and mosaics lie just outside the village of Santiponce, which also boasts a well-preserved Roman theatre.
Just under a two-hour drive from Seville Airport is Ronda, settled in the Malaga region. Slightly further afield, but well worth taking a day out of your itinerary to explore, this mountaintop town is a popular spot. With its charming old town and 18th-century Puente Nuevo bridge overlooking the 100-metre drop below, it offers a tranquil retreat with outstanding views of the mountains and landscapes beyond.
Hiring an Avis car makes exploring all that Seville and Andalusia have to offer effortless. And you get to take in some stunning Spanish scenery along the way.
Road rules in Spain
Which side of the road?
In Spain, please drive on the right side of the road.
Country driving laws
- Mobile phones may not be used at all whilst driving
- Dipped headlights must be used in poor daylight visibility
- Cyclists have right of way, at all times
- Do not use headphones when driving (except hearing aids)
- Always use indicators, you will be fined for not using indicators when needed
All speed signs will be in km/h.
For a standard Avis rental vehicle with no trailers:
- Urban areas: 50 km/h (31 mph)
- Motorways: 120km/h (74mph)
- Rural areas: 90 km/h (55 mph)
Unless indicated by road signs.
Child safety / Seatbelt laws
- It is compulsory for the driver and all passengers to wear a seatbelt
- Children aged under 12 are not allowed to sit in the front seat
- Children aged under 12 and less than 135cm tall must be seated in an appropriate child restraint for their size
Please note - It is the child’s parent / guardian or vehicle renter’s responsibility to fit the child seat.
This road rules information is for provided for general guidance only. We endeavour to keep the information up to date and accurate, but any reliance you place on this information is at your own risk.