Taxis:

Many tourists to Costa del Sol utilize the taxis so they won’t have to deal with renting a car or riding public transportation. Taxis are fairly cheap and are normally available for hire at any hour of the day. However, it can be more difficult to find a free taxi during peak hours such as late afternoon. Taxis can be found driving around waiting for customers and they can also be called by a hotel, a bar or a restaurant to pick up anybody.

 

Private transfers companies :

Many people in costa del sol prebook taxis is the best way to be sure that someone will be waiting for you at Malaga Airport , There are  a lot of companies on line like Autosol busdirecto holidaytransfer.co.uk malagataxiservice .they are the preferred by their rates and efficiency .

As is very difficult to find a free taxi during peak hours is highly recommended use a private transfer company an prebook your transfer.

In other hand : There many illegal on line transfers company so be carefull and check every details properly in order to avoid be ripped off.

 

Rental Cars:

There are many rental car companies in Costa del Sol, and many tourists choose to rent them to get where they want to go. There are a few issues, however, with driving in Spain. First, the rules of the road are not exactly the same as they are in the United States. Second, parking is a huge problem – especially in Costa del Sol – and can be almost impossible to find.

There are big multinationals like Hertz , Avis, Budget , etc.  You can also use a brokerage site, to help consolidate your search:

 

  • Malaga Car Hire
  • Carrentals.com 
  • Decodecarhire Valencia 
  • Orbitz.com 

 

 

Driving Rules:

  • Drivers may legally have one small glass of wine or beer before getting behind the wheel.
  • Only hands-free cell phones may be used while driving.
  • Tourists (who are not residents of Spain) must pay for driving or parking tickets at the time they are issued.
  • Native drivers are not what Americans would call “nice and polite.” When the light turns green, they will honk if there is a split-second delay by a tourist.