Luxury Car Hire in Marbella
Marbella Luxury Car Hire
After Michelle Obama and her daughter Sasha spent their holiday here, Marbella, situated on the south coast of Spain in Andalusia, has enjoyed a renaissance as the middle classes have returned to the Costa del Sol. And, the holiday special of The Only Way is Essex or TOWIE’s summer jaunt, saw Marbella spike in holiday searches. There’s no doubt that Marbella remains a popular destination for celebrities and the very wealthy and you won't have to look far to see them in their supercar, cabriolet sports car, prestige saloon or 4x4 SUV with blacked-out windows. Marbella is a city full of luxury car rentals, with the huge demand for a Lamborghini hire, Ferrari hire, Audi rental and Bentley rental. It's great to watch these high-performance cars cruise along the coastline and marinas. But there’s more to Marbella than glitz, glamour and a racy nightlife, with a staggering 27km of golden coastline divided into 24 beaches with sun spots, water sports, bars and restaurants to while away the hours, Marbella still has a certain allure.
What to do in Marbella
If you’re heading to Marbella, chances are you will be seeking sun and sea although this coastline also plays host to plenty of theme parks, water parks and adventure activities, like quad biking. There is Aventura Amazonia in the Elviria area, which has a tree top high ropes course. Visit Fuengirola, where there is a water park and the Bioparc Zoo and in Torremolinos you have the Crocodile Park. Tivoli World Amusement Park is just a 15-minute drive from Marbella, as theme parks go, it’s on the small side but there’s enough to keep youngsters amused for the day. Puerto Banus, the place to hang out if you’re suitably branded from head to foot in designer gear. Not surprisingly, it is known as the bling capital of the Costa del Sol, full of bars, restaurants and clubs. People watching is a great activity and you may glimpse the odd superstar emerging from their supercar. Nikki Beach, the ritziest resort on the Costa del Sol, which offers another cracking place to people watch. Sailing when in Marbella, as they say! Charter a yacht for the day and enjoy the coastline whilst basking on the decks of your yacht.
Getting around Marbella
Search iSuperdrive for a Marbella luxury car hire and book direct with our local fleet partner for the best price, avoiding high commissions. You'll definitely find the luxury hire car that will best meet the demands of your trip. A car, be it a supercar or luxury executive saloon, is a must in Marbella, if you want to explore the miles of sandy beaches and beautiful coastline.
Heritage and Locations of Interest
When it’s time to jump behind the wheel of your Audi R8 convertible, Ferrari California with its folding hardtop roof or luxurious Mercedes CLS, we’re confident you’ll enjoy our recommendations. Seville is around two-and-a-half hours away and about 120 miles. Seville is the largest city in southern Spain. If you’re craving art, culture and architecture after the beach and bars of Marbella, Seville will be like a treasure trove with such places of splendour. Visit the Catedral de Santa Maria, the Torre de Oro and the Golden Tower built in the 13th century. Also, the Giralda Tower which has magnificent views of the city, and the stunning Alcazar Palace. There’s also the Museum of Fine Art and the Flamenco Art Museum. With many flamenco bars in Seville, you can enjoy the traditional Spanish dancing first hand. Seville was also the birth place of tapas, making your eating experience a cultural one too. The city is home to the oldest tapas bar in Spain, which is called El Rinconcillo, founded in 1670.
Visit Granada where the Moorish influence is strongly felt, with its 14th century Arabic fortress and palace called The Alhambra. A two-hour drive in your rental vehicle, Granada is 112 miles inland but be sure to book your tickets to the Alhambra in advance and opt for an early morning visit. It becomes incredibly hot in summer, when inland temperatures soar without the coastal breeze. Cadiz is 117 miles away or around two hours in your car, where in 1802 Lord Nelson emerged victorious from the Battle of Trafalgar although he never landed here. Malaga tempting though it is to simply pass through the airport, it is after all, Picasso’s birthplace and there is a museum with a collection of more than 200 priceless works in the old Jewish quarter. Just an hour’s drive from Marbella, it is also supposed to be one of the oldest cities in the world. It is even possible to make a trip to the British Overseas Territory of Gibraltar but allow yourself extra time at the border and don’t forget to take your passports. The rock is just 50 miles away or an hour’s drive at most. Once there, take the cable car to the top of the mountain and explore the caves and medieval castle as well as meet Gibraltar’s most famous residents, the monkeys.
Popular Luxury Car Rentals in Marbella
We have a great selection of supercar rentals in Marbella including brands such as Ferrari, Lamborghini, Maserati, Porsche, Aston Martin and Bugatti. For luxury prestige car hire in Marbella choose from brands like Mercedes, BMW, Audi and Range Rover.