Daily Car Hire Rates in Spain
*daily rates in Spain based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.
Many tourists choose to hire a car in Spain as it is the simplest way to get about and see all the sights, glorious scenery and fantastic beaches. Spain is one of the most popular destinations in the world where travellers hire a car, so we strongly recommend that you book your rental as far in advance as possible. This means you have a greater availability of vehicles to choose from and also the price is usually cheaper.
Rhino can supply a vehicle to suit every budget, for example an economy car like the Ford Fiesta or Fiat 500 up to a more luxurious vehicle like the Mercedes E Class or BMW 3 series. Why not hire a convertible like the Peugeot 206 Cabriolet or Mercedes SLK and get the roof down to really soak up the guaranteed glorious sunshine in Spain.
Minimum Age Requirements to hire a car in Spain
The minimum age to rent a car in Spain varies by car hire agent, however most suppliers have a minimum age requirement of 21. The minimum age to drive, generally in Spain is 18. Drivers under the age of 25 will normally be subject to a young driver charge. The amount can vary significantly between car hire companies. Minimum age requirements and young driver supplements can be found in the table below;
Car hire supplier
Young driver supplement/day
*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.
Customer questions about Spain car hire
Hi, I want to book car hire for tonight at 10pm at Barcelona airport. If I book now do I have to pay in full and does the confirmation come through straight away? I just had a bad experience with doyouspain.com where they have charged me but then today I have received an email saying that they do not have a car available for me...So I just want to make sure I won't have the same situation again.
Yes, you will pay in full and confirmation will follow within a few minutes, if you don’t receive confirmation, please call us and we’ll check the status for you.
Hello, who are your rental partners in Mallorca and is there a way to change the fuel policy to full-full?
These are the agents we use: Centauro, Goldcar, OK Rent a Car, Atesa, Budget, Inter Rent, Sixt, Europcar, Avis and BK rent a car. You can filter by fuel policy to see which agents offer which cars with Full to Full (our recommended) fuel policy.
hello im looking a car like fiesta from 18 till 25 from Alicante airport with full/full fuel policy what you can offer?
Hi, you can filter results by fuel policy to see all available options. If you run a quote from the website, you can then select 'Fuel Type' in the left hand column to display only Full to Full rentals. Hopefully that's useful, but let me know if you need any further support.
Spain Car Hire - Did You Know?
- Spain is the second largest country in Western Europe and also the European Union, after France.
- The king of Spain is Juan Carlos I and he has ruled since 1975.
- Spain has the most extensive high-speed rail network in the whole of Europe, and the second most extensive in the world after China.
- Spanish is the main language spoken however there are some other regional dialects that are recognised including Basque, Catalan and Galician.
- Gazpacho is a popular dish in Spain and is a cold soup made from vegetables mainly tomatoes, garlic and stale bread.
Spain Mini Guide
Located on the Iberian Peninsula in south-west Europe, Spain is an European country which is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea to the east, and to the north by Andorra and France, whilst in the West it is bordered by Portugal and the Atlantic Ocean. Spain also contains the Balearic Islands on Mallorca
and the Canary Islands
, both of which are a string of medium-size islands to be found in the Mediterranean Sea.
Spain is most usually of interest to visitors and tourists due to its excellent Mediterranean climate and stunning southern coastline. It was the original package tour destination in Europe, becoming extremely popular in the early to mid 1980s with residents of the rest of Europe, and most specifically the UK. During this early period of Spain's growing tourist industry many of the southern towns such as Alicante
developed unsavoury reputations, this was mostly due to the rapid development of badly constructed hotels, the inability of the Spanish government to maintain the beaches along the southern coast, and a massive influx of foreign nationals investing in tourist related businesses in these prime areas.
Over the last two decades Spain has done much to clean up this mess, and even cities such as Malaga
, which in the 1980s was deemed to be one of the worst tourist cities in Europe, have significantly cleaned up their acts and Spain is now a well developed tourist location, dispelling its previous reputation and presenting itself as a world-class holiday location.
Moving inland and away from the coast, Spain features some of the most impressive cities in the world such as Barcelona
and Madrid, each of these has a style and atmosphere all of its own mainly due to the huge range of influences to be found in their architecture and culture.
is the capital city of Spain, and is the third most highly populated city in Europe. Located almost dead centre of Spain on the banks of the River Manzanares, it is considered to be a major European financial centre, and is noted for its particularly high standard of living and healthy economic growth rate. The capital makes a great choice of location from which to explore Spain due to its central location, staying in a hotel or guesthouse here and hiring a car to explore the surrounding area is a great way to see inland Spain from the comfort of your own vehicle. Indeed, some of the best sites and places of interest can be found within day’s drive of the capital, we will discuss several below.