Car hire in Alicante

Are you planning a trip to the beautiful city of Alicante? The most popular Spanish coast in the Mediterranean boasts warm climates, amazing beaches and some of the best historic monuments in all of Spain. Staying in Alicante is a great option, as it's on the Costa Blanca, whilst also being within the vicinity of Valencia and Murcia. You want to hire a car, but you're worried about hidden fees when you get there. We understand - in fact, we started Stress Free Car Rental as a business because we became sick and tired of seeing people's holidays ruined by hidden additional costs when it came to car rental and insurance.

We're a dedicated team committed to helping you on your trip and make sure that you have extra peace of mind during your trip to Costa Blanca - we want to make sure that you have the best time possible. Our service is entirely transparent, making your trip as stress-free as possible. Once you have used our service, you'll be surprised just how easy we have made the car hiring process.

Working with a range of trusted, affordable car hire brands at Alicante Airport, we work to negotiate the very best cover and the cheapest car hire possible for your trip. We got tired of seeing car hire customers pay for premium deals and get budget results. We never use small print to hide large security deposits, excess amounts or hidden fees.

When you choose to book your car hire Alicante with Stress Free Car Rental, we make sure that you're aware of all the prices up front, so there's no hidden fees or small print. We don't want you to purchase car hire cover that doesn't suit your needs for your trip. You'll find that there are no extra costs when you reach the Alicante Airport car rental area. Our job is to make it 100% clear what you're getting for your money, whether you're purchasing our essential cover or premium cover from your car hire company through our website.

The booking process online is exceptionally comprehensive, with plenty of filters and options to choose from as you select your rental, including the opportunity to book a rental with no excess, using a debit card or a credit card. Low security deposit options are also available, find these by using the filters on the search results page. Everything is explained on each page and all the critical information is summarised every step of the way, making your car hire booking quick and painless.

To combat against the hidden fee problem, we decided to include all of the add-on charges within our pricing. This makes the process much more transparent, as fees such as young and senior driver, or any late/early vehicle drop-off fees are included in the price you see on the website.

Our booking process is swift; we also price match our competitor's prices and our customers love us. Check out our testimonials from verified customers.

When it comes to car hire, we know how it feels to come across a company that you genuinely think you'd use again. There a number of car rental companies that we know give the best service since they are globally known brands dedicated to maintaining an excellent reputation by going the extra mile for customer service. We've partnered with the likes of Enterprise, Hertz and Europcar, so you know you'll be in the hands of some of the most trusted car hire brands in the world.

All of our offers include a “full to full" policy, so you pick the car up with a full tank and return it with a full tank. This will save you money, as companies that offer full to empty fuel policies usually charge a refuelling administration fee at expensive rates.

When you're looking into the contract or fine print for your car hire insurance, you don't want the page to be filled with terminology and jargon you don't understand. If a company uses wording such as 'CDW', 'insurance excess, or 'damage liability, without fully explaining what these terms mean, it can be confusing. With us, however, when we use jargon you don't understand, we're here to help. We like to be transparent and open, so we've written a jargon-buster to explain common car-hire terms – and there are tips to help you save money, too. If you can't find an exact term on our list that you're unsure about get in touch and we can talk you through any aspect of the contract you don't understand.

We believe in pricing competitively and fairly for car hire, and that's not just in Alicante, but for anywhere at the 1000s of locations we offer rentals. If you find a website online that's offering a silly price such as '27p per week', common sense would tell you that there are likely to be hidden fees, large insurance excess amount and large security deposits. Remember, when you book with us, our prices are cheap but also realistic.

Car hire in Alicante is a fantastic option for a European trip abroad, with many opportunities for enchanting road trips and plenty of sights to see. With gorgeous weather, stunning natural geography, and accessible culture on offer, it's no wonder that more and more travellers to Alicante are hiring cars upon their arrival. We, here at Stress Free Car Rental, aim to give you the stress-free guarantee!

Car hire in Alicante Airport (ALC)

If you're looking for cheap car hire at Alicante airport, booking your car hire on our website couldn't be easier. Trusted car rental companies we compare deals for at Alicante (ALC) Airport include Centauro, RecordGo, Alamo, Hertz, Wiber, Thrifty and Europcar.

When you arrive at Alicante airport, most of the rental car companies we work with are located within the arrivals area of the airport terminal building. Once you're through passport control, collect your luggage and follow the car rental signs in the terminal building.

A few of the car rental companies we work with are based a short distance from Alicante airport's terminal building. For off-airport car rental providers, you can make your way to the car collection desk via a free shuttle bus. Full instructions to find your free shuttle bus collection point are included in your booking confirmation email.

Whether you're looking to hire a people carrier, SUV, minibus, small car or a convertible car at Alicante airport, we compare prices for cars of all shapes and sizes. Can't find what you're looking for? Get in touch with one of our car rental advisors with any questions. The team are here to help.

All of our car rentals at Alicante airport include a full to full fuel policy as it's always the most cost-effective way to pay for your fuel. A full to full fuel policy means no surprise refuelling costs, just pick up the car with a full tank and fill up the tank before you return it.

Look out for our special deals, including discounted prices and a free extra driver at Alicante airport (ALC). Selecting a rental that includes an additional driver will be much cheaper than paying for an extra driver when you collect the car.

Paying for your Alicante Airport Car Rental

We accept Visa, American Express or a Mastercard debit card or credit card issued by your bank or credit card company when hiring through us. Many of the Alicante (ALC) airport car rental companies we compare deals for accept a debit card when you pick up the rental; sometimes these do have special terms and conditions related with them though; so be sure that you review the T&Cs if you'd like to pick up the car using a debit card.

It useful to take some time to understand the alternative payment options available for your car rental in Alicante, as payments for add ons (like extra drivers and GPS) might have to be settled in the local currency (by credit card or debit card) at the rental car collection desk.

Are you worried about missing out on the best prices? Or that you might change your plans? We offer a price match guarantee along with free cancellation on car hire at Alicante airport on all bookings up to 48 hours in advance of collecting the keys.

Insurance, Excess and Security Deposit options at Alicante Airport

We're the only price comparison website to be able to offer you, in advance, the option of buying the excess protection insurance policy provided by the car hire company. This means you can buy it from us at the same time as booking on our website at a discounted rate, giving you more choice plus the chance to save money by including this cost in your car hire comparison.

Quite often, car rentals that come with our Premium Cover option enable you to use a debit card on collection with no extra charges. You're able to view if a debit card is accepted, along with all of the car hire excess and insurance options on the extras page of our booking process.

Car hire companies might ask you to buy additional insurance when you collect the car at the airport. The cost of this insurance is often higher (sometimes several times more expensive than some of the other cover options available). However, buying an excess reduction policy at the desk can often mean that there is no excess and no security deposit required. When you collect the car in Alicante airport you might feel pressured to buy this on the day you collect – this could mean that you won't have time to read the small print or fully understand what you're buying. At peak times, there will probably be an impatient queue behind you, and perhaps an impatient family with you, and you just want to get into the car and start your trip.

Our Premium cover product also often reduces your security deposit and means that there is no excess. All of this is fully explained on the extras page before you book. To make your car hire experience Stress Free, it's worth spending some time understanding the security deposit and excess insurance options before you travel.

Airlines operating from Alicante Airport

  • Aer Lingus (EI)
    The Irish airline that can take you to the hottest spots in Ireland and the US at budget prices.
  • Aeroflot (SU)
    The Russian airline that can take you pretty much anywhere. Specialising in the West Asian and European sector, this is one of the biggest airlines operating in Alicante.
  • AeroMexico (AM)
    The Mexican airline specialising in flights to the western hemisphere: with some of the cheapest flights to places you wouldn't expect there to be flights to. Grand Rapids, Michigan and Guatemala City for example.
  • Air Algerie (AH)
    One of the biggest operating airlines in Alicante, Air Algerie is the national airline of Algeria and one of the biggest airlines based in Africa.
  • Air Astana (KC)
    The Kazakhstani airline that specialises in cheap flights to Kazakhstan.
  • airBaltic (BT)
    The flag carrier of Latvia with its main hub situated in Riga Airport, this airline offers flights to Riga at very reasonable prices.
  • Air Europa (UX)
    One of the main operating airlines in Alicante, it offers many flights at reasonable prices. Not only do they operate flights to all the major six continents, but they offer plenty of domestic flights within Spain too.
  • Air France (AF)
    Specialising in French-speaking destinations, this airline is yet another major international carrier in Alicante airport! If you're seeking flights to any of the former French colonies, or within France itself, this is the airline for you.
  • Alitalia (AZ)
    Flights to Oporto operate with this airline, which is one of the flag carriers of Italy.
  • American Airlines (AA)
    One of the largest American flag carriers operates flights from Alicante.
  • Avianca (AV)
    The flag carrier of Colombia has some great flights on offer from Alicante, including the best cheap flights to Bogota. Fun fact: it's the oldest airline in the western hemisphere.
  • Azul (AD)
    The flag carrier of Brazil has been voted the best carrier for Latin America yet again by Traveler's Choice Tripadvisor.
  • British Airways (BA)
    You know them and you love them. BA is one of the biggest airlines in the UK and carries the flag for Britain in every continent bar Antarctica.
  • Brussels Airlines (SN)
    Belgium's flag carrier lists a number of locations within multiple continents. Specialising in European and African destinations, Brussels is a great airline.
  • Cathay Pacific (CX)
    The flag carrier of Hong Kong has a number of flights to Asia and other continents from Alicante.
  • Delta Airlines (DL)
    This American Legacy carrier has multiple flights from Alicante, specialising in trips to the western hemisphere and specifically the US.
  • EasyJet (U2)
    This infamously cheap budget airline has flights going to European and Caribbean destinations from Alicante. Most of the time, EasyJet is associated with mostly carrying flights between Britain and Europe, but EasyJet does offer long haul from Alicante.
  • Eurowings (EW)
    The subsidiary of Lufthansa, this budget airline has great offers available. Most of the flights involve German or European destinations since it is headquartered across multiple cities in Germany.
  • Finnair (AY)
    The flag carrier and largest airline of Finland, Finnair hosts many different flights from Alicante to a number of various destinations.
  • Iberia (IB)
    The flag carrier of Spain itself, Iberia has hundreds of destinations in its locker. Choose Iberia if you're looking for a domestic flight.
  • Jet2 (LS)
    Jet2 burst onto the scene to become one of the biggest budget airlines available in the UK. All flights on Jet2 from Alicante are to the UK.
  • KLM (KL)
    The flag carrier for the Netherlands is the oldest flag carrier in the world. Take a direct or connecting flight to almost anywhere in the world.
  • LATAM Airlines (LA)
    One of the biggest budget airlines in South America, use this airline for travelling to Spanish or Portuguese speaking countries.
  • Lufthansa (LH)
    The flag carrier of Germany is one of the biggest airlines in the world.
  • Norwegian Air (DY)
    The flag carrier of Norway has some of the cheapest flights going out of Alicante. Try flying to the Nordic countries for a colder adventure.
  • Qatar Airways (QR)
    One of the now biggest airlines in the world and the flag carrier of the Arab state Qatar, QR have multiple destinations from Alicante Airport.
  • Ryanair (FR)
    The most well-known Irish airline has some of the cheapest flights in all of Europe.
  • S7 Airlines (S7)
    This airline by 2008 was Russia's largest domestic airline, but it now has flights going outside of the Russian Federation. Purchase extremely cheap flights to Russia, to locations even as far as Yakutsk!
  • SAS Scandinavian Airlines (SK)
    The iconic flag carrier to three nations: Denmark, Norway and Sweden. Flights from Alicante reach the heights of the Nordic countries.
  • SkyUp Airlines (PQ)
    A small fleet of low-cost flights from an airline based in Kyiv, Ukraine.
  • Swiss (LX)
    The flag carrier of Switzerland and iconic international airline with numerous locations at its disposal.
  • TAP Air Portugal (TP)
    The flag carrier of Portugal and one of the biggest up and coming budget airlines in Europe.
  • Transavia (HV)
    Dutch low-cost airline targeted towards young adults looking for cheap flights for backpacking or self-discovery vacations. A subsidiary of KLM.
  • TUI (BY)
    The Anglo-German multinational travel company that you've definitely seen before. They specialise in package holidays for family holidays or resorts.
  • Volotea (V7)
    The budget airline coming out of Spain, making waves after offering flights to the Greek islands for less than €20.
  • Vueling (VY)
    The low cost domestic airline for Spain, with flights to other countries such as Malta for the staggeringly low price of €9.99.
  • Wizz Air (W6)
    The Hungarian low-cost airline specialising in connecting European cities with the cheapest flights possible.

Driving and parking in Alicante

It goes without saying, but the best advice to give anyone who's driving in Spain: use common sense. You'll need to be cautious, but don't let over-cautiousness get the best of you. When you drive, you should have your insurance documents, car hire documents and driving license on your person at all times. If you don't have any of these, or a spare pair of glasses if you need glasses to drive, you could be fined by the police.

The local driving style, as it will be anywhere else in the world, will be different from what you may be accustom to. Don't drive if you are tired, and make sure to take regular breaks when driving any distances longer than 45 minutes. Concentrating on roads that you aren't used to, or driving in a country you haven't driven in before, will make you more tired quicker.

Stick to the rules of driving you already adhere to. Such as:

  • Always make sure you and your passengers wear a seatbelt.
  • Always be aware of your surroundings.
  • Don't drink and drive, since the laws are different in Spain and you may be jailed.
  • Don't use your phone at all whilst driving; this includes texting or browsing.

If you have been involved in an accident, make sure you take the details from the other driver involved and contact the hire company/insurance company. Take as many pictures of the incident as possible.

Emergency numbers

  • Guardia Civil on 062
  • Spanish National Police on 112

One aspect of the roads in Spain that you'll need to prepare for is the road signs. Remember that the speed limits are in kilometres per hour rather than miles per hour, and the circular road signs are prohibited signs. The main difference between British road signs and Spanish ones are that Spanish signs tend to be blue as not to blend in with the landscape. This means they aren't as particularly visible as British road signs.

The car and motorcycle speed limit for motorways in Spain is 120 km/hr, which is around 74mph. As of last year, there have been heavy restrictions on the speed limits for vans and wagons. Trucks and vans have a limit of 90, whilst busses have a limit of 100.

On roads outside built-up areas, the car and motorcycle speed limit is 90km/hr, which is around 55mph. Trucks, vans and other large vehicles over 3.5 tons are limited to 80km/hr.

Just recently, Alicante joined other major Spanish cities Madrid and Barcelona in creating a 30 km/hr speed limit on single carriageway lanes and one-way streets. That's around 18mph.

Children under 12 are not allowed in the front passenger seat, and dogs must wear special seatbelts whilst also not being allowed in the front passenger seat. If you're using the motorways often, make sure you have plenty of cash in the car in case you come across a toll. In the Alicante region, there's a toll road on the AP7 which runs parallel to the N332. The AP7 is a lot quicker than the N332, which goes through the towns, and the toll road is usually much quieter as well.

The toll on the AP7 between Alicante and Valencia is 16.95€, which is probably the most used toll road for visitors to Alicante. The toll on the AP7 between Alicante and Cartagena is 7.10€.

Parking in Alicante can be quite tricky, especially during rush hour in the city centre. As a necessary precaution, either park as early in the morning as possible if you really have to, or at least choose to park during off-peak times. The harbour area has two large car parks which are usually not fully occupied.

Parking in Alicante is quite cheap as compared to the city centres of Britain. They tend to cost around € 1.20-2.00/hour, daily maximum € 11.00-24.00, depending on location.

For any more information regarding car parks in Alicante, how much per hour, plus opening times; check out this site here.

Car Hire in Alicante with Unlimited Mileage

We offer unlimited and limited mileage rental.

Limited mileage rentals in Alicante are often less expensive than unlimited. When considering limited mileage rentals, the daily mileage allowance is always clearly visibile. If you choose a rental including limited mileage, you'll be charged a per mile additional fee if you exceed the daily allowance. The mileage allowance for the rental is calculated as (the number of rental days X the daily mileage allowance). You do not have to remain within the daily limit on every day, provided that the total miles used during the rental doesn't go over the number of days X the daily allowance.

When you choose a limited mileage car hire, it's receommended to check the charges for excess mileage. These can be found in our T&Cs section.

Hiring a Car in Alicante with no Excess Held on Your Credit Card

Your hire car will be covered for theft and accidents included in the hire fee you will see the website. This type of cover is also known as Collision Damage Waiver (CDW).

Although all of our rental cars in Alicante include CDW in the price displayed, there's also usually an insurance excess, which is held on your credit card on collection. The insurance excess is the amount you would be required to pay if the car is severely damaged, written off or stolen. However, the excess amount on rental cars can be high. It's often between £950 to £2,100£2,200, depending on the car, the country and the deal. If you return the car damaged, or it's stolen or written off, you'll have to pay some or all of the excess.

On collection of the vehicle, the insurance excess is held on your credit card as something called a 'pre-auth' transaction. This means that the money isn't charged to your card as a normal transaction, it's held as a pending payment until you drop off the vehicle. You won't normally pay currency charges on credit cards for pre authorised transactions. As long as the rental car is returned in the same condition as when it was collected, this amount is fully refunded to your credit card without anything additional to pay.

If you intend to pay for your rental by debit card, the excess amount will be taken from your account and refunded when the car is returned. If you plan to use debit card on collection, as the excess is often high, we recommend to either buy Premium Cover on our website or to pay for top up cover at the collection desk.

To view rental options in Alicante with a £0 or reduced excess review our Premium Cover rental options.

Hiring a Car in Alicante and Cross Border Fees

If you'd like to pick up your car hire in Alicante and take it across the border into a different country, you should always review the terms and conditions. Most car rental providers insist that you let them know on collection; and usually charge additional fees to top up the insurance. If you fail to do so, you might find that your rental will not be insured when you cross over into a different country.

You'll find the details of cross border policies by clicking Rental terms and checking the Cross Border Rules section.

If you cant find the cross border information get in touch with our car rental advisors and they'll be happy to help.

How to Rent a Car in Alicante with a Reduced Security Deposit

When you collect the car, you will usually be asked to leave a security deposit on a debit card or credit card. The security deposit can vary significantly dependent on the make and model of the vehicle and the excess . Car hire Security deposits in Alicante can be anywhere between £50 and £2,100.

When you reserve a rental in Alicante with Premium Cover included, you're often able to reduce your deposit to cover only fuel (often less than £100), which is fully refunded when the vehicle is dropped off with a full tank.

Renting a Car in Alicante with One Way Fees included

Most of the vehicle hire brands we include in Alicante allow you to collect the car in Alicante and return the car at a different location. If you have selected a different drop off location for your rental, the prices you'll see displayed on the website include all additional fees for this. You'll also find a breakdown of the additional fees on the payment page.

How to Hire a Car in Alicante with No Cancellation Fee

All the car rentals we offer in Alicante include free cancellation. Free Cancellation means that you're able to cancel your booking and receive a full refund anytime until 48 hours before you collect the car.

If you have purchased our Essential Cover product to insure the car rental excess, you can cancel this with a full refund anytime up until the rental collection time( as printed on your rental confirmation email).

We process all refunds in less than 24 hours. If you decide to cancel your booking, this means that the refund will be in your account in 7 days.

How to Rent a Car in Alicante with Child Seats or booster seats

You're allowed to use your own child seats for your vehicle rental, as long as they meet the legal safety requirements for use in Alicante.

You'll also have the option to include them with your rental when you make a booking on our website. Child seats and booster seats are paid in local currency when picking up the rental.

Map view of Alicante car hire locations

About Alicante and the Costa Blanca

The city of Alicante is located within the Province of Alicante, which is one of the three provinces in the Community of Valencia. It is an important Mediterranean port that the Romans originally named “Lucentum", which is Latin for City of Light. Based on its population, Alicante is the eighth-largest urban metropolitan area in Spain.

Alicante is on an area of coastline known as the 'Costa Blanca', one of the most popular destinations for British and German tourists in the world. The name Costa Blanca was actually invented by British European Airways to promote flights between London and Valencia in the 1950s. The name stuck, and now it will be forever known by the Spanish as the 'White Coast.'

In 1950, Benidorm on the Costa Blanca was the first tourist resort to accept women wearing bikinis on its beaches. This was revolutionary at the time, despite it being accepted as an everyday aspect of beach life today.

What you may not know about Alicante, is that Spanish and English aren't the only languages spoken in the area. Valenciano is an official language of the Community of Valencia and is spoken by approximately 2 million people. You'd be surprised just how many people in Alicante are fluent but choose to speak either English or Spanish. You may even find Catalan or Castilian speakers.

Before the 2008 recession, Alicante was the fastest growing city in Spain and one of the fastest-growing cities in Europe. Hundreds of people from all nationalities love to flock to a holiday home in Alicante, or decide to live there permanently. The town of Torrevieja, just down the road from Alicante city centre, has doubled its population from 50,000 to 100,000 in only seven years! It's home to almost 160 nationalities and is a loved location by millions of travellers and residents. Around 15% of the population of Alicante is foreign to the country of Spain.

More than 9 million people fly into Alicante International airport every year, which is why a brand new renovation of the airport has included new shops, bars and restaurants. The multi-Michelin Star winning chef Quique Dacosta opened a tapas bar in the airport. His three-Michelin star restaurant in Denia, simply named 'Quique Dacosta Restaurante', is just an hour's drive from Alicante city centre.

The 'Ciudad de la luz' ran as a film studio that was the largest of its kind between 2005 and 2012. Many Spanish films and English films were shot here in Alicante, including The Impossible starring Ewan McGregor.

If you ever end up driving around Sant Vicent del Raspeig, look out for the University of Alicante. Around 30,000 students study on this campus, which offers more than 50 degrees. The University hosts 'Biblioteca Virtual Miguel de Cervantes', the largest open-access repository of digitised Spanish-language historical texts and literature from the Ibero-American world.

'The Bonfires of Saint John' (Fogueres de Sant Joan) takes place during the summer solstice. Bonfires are lit to protect against evil spirits which are believed to roam freely when the sun is turning southward again. This is followed a week later by five nights of firework and pyrotechnic contests between companies on the urban beach Playa del Postiguet. Another well-known festival is Moros i Cristians in Altozano or San Blas district.

Alicante is the best location for lovers of sunshine. With so many beaches and hot, sticky days, it's surprising how little rainfall such a location on the coast gets. Alicante has an average yearly rainfall of about 12.2 inches (311 mm). Compare this to the average yearly rainfall of Manchester, which is 31.9 inches (810 mm).

The Costa Blanca has over 200km of beaches, most of which are near Alicante and Benidorm. Some of the beaches on this iconic coastline has been awarded blue flags for upkeep and cleanliness. Postiguet in Alicante and Albufereta beaches are just a couple in the vicinity of the city that has been awarded blue flags.

Not only are the beaches clean in the Costa Blanca, but the climate is perfect too. You've heard before about the reasons why so many people travel here on package holidays; the guaranteed sea, sand and sun. But what you may not know about this area, is that Costa Blanca has the healthiest climate in the world according to the World Health Organisation.

Prepare for some fantastic variations of Paella in Costa Blanca, as the Albefera Reserve and Pego marshes produce 115,000 tonnes of rice per year. If you're a lover of all things rice, Paella and Arroz, you'll love the local cuisine of Costa Blanca. Despite most of the population of the Community of Valencia living in Valencia, Alicante or Benidorm, it's Benidorm that has the most skyscrapers. Only London and Milan boast more skyscrapers in Europe than Benidorm. The Gran Hotel Bali in Benidorm is the tallest hotel in Spain, standing at 186 metres high.

The city of Alicante, as well as Costa Blanca, have world-renowned archaeological sites. Some of which have uncovered evidence of a Neolithic civilisation, from the era towards the end of the Stone Age. The Cardium Pottery Culture of the Neolithic era settled near Costa Blanca thousands of years ago. After the Neolithic period, many different civilisations made their mark on the land. There is known evidence of the Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Visigoths, Carthaginians and Moors claiming Costa Blanca and Alicante as their strategic port. The evidence of the Moors is evident as you leave the airport: with the abundance of palm trees with African origin.

Alicante was home to two football teams, but they both joined together after one of them folded. The result was the team Hércules CF, who played in the first division La Liga as recently as 2011. Notable former players include David Trezeguet, Royston Drenthe and Nelson Valdez. They play at the Estadio José Rico Pérez, with a capacity of 30,000. Three games of the 1982 World Cup were played in this stadium, including the third-place match between Poland and France.

The professional tennis player David Ferrer currently resides in Alicante and was born in the nearby town of Javea.

Alicante Spain FAQs

What's the cheapest fuel policy for car rental in Alicante Spain?

All of our rentals in Alicante Spain include a full to full fuel policy. You'll pick the car up with a full tank and be asked to leave a small deposit for fuel when you collect the car. The deposit is refunded when you return the car with a full tank.

For my car hire in Spain, how can I reduce the security deposit?

Insurance excess amounts vary for each car rental supplier in Alicante Spain. You can easily find the lowest security deposit options using our search filters

Is the car rental fully insured?

Car rentals in Alicante Spain are usually fully insured with an excess amount. You can either purchase Essential cover for the excess or choose Premium cover to reduce the excess amount to zero. We clearly explain all of the insurance details every step of the way.

What is the average price in Alicante?

An example average cost for 5 days in Alicante for November is GBP227.88 for a lead driver aged 35

Map view of Alicante nearby car hire locations

Where to travel to (< 1-hour drive)

Take advantage of your hire car by touring Alicante and the surrounding areas. Here are some suggestions.

Elche is the historic town that's the epicentre of women's shoe manufacturing that's extremely prevalent in this area of Spain. It's home to three UNESCO world heritage rankings, and it has a vibrant character that most of the coastal towns don't have. If you thought that palm trees were surprisingly high in volume during your stay in Alicante, you haven't seen the heights that Elche brings when it comes to palm trees. There are literally hundreds of thousands in Elche, all stemming from the rich history of African Moors that took over this region hundreds of years ago. Their legacy lives on to this day. Even Hans Christian Andersen, the famed author of some of the greatest works of fiction the world has ever seen, described Elche as one of the most luxuriant locations in all of Europe.

Serra del Maigmó and Serra del Sit are two peaks within the Valencia area that are notable for their outstanding natural beauty. The highest peak is at a whopping 1296m above sea level! It has been a protected space since 2007, covering a vast area of land that's thousands of hectares big. It's the largest parkland/forest in The Community of Valencia and attracts thousands of hikers every year. Not only does this area boast an incredible looking landscape, but it has a fantastic flora and fauna. The wildlife is also crucial to its protection, as the biodiversity of the woodland area is some of the highest in Spain. Keep in mind: experienced hikers find this trail to be quite moderate, whereas first-time mountain climbers might find the trail to be quite tricky. Look out for the Golden Eagles, Peregrine Falcons and Aoudads!

Murcia is the historic city further south to Alicante known for its 'Huerta' (gardens). It's the seventh biggest city in Spain, with a stunning Gothic cathedral, Moorish architecture from before the first millennium and famed Salzillo sculpture museum. The Murcia Cathedral is another Reconquista-built stunning piece of architecture with a bell tower that took 270 years to build. Just like Elche, it has its folklore, Baroque churches and a garden-like yet cosmopolitan feel. The Salzillo sculpture museum features over 500 examples of the incredible artist's work, and many visitors who see all the different examples of his work leave with a feeling of cultural significance. His signature style evokes the Huerta culture and the feel of rural Murcia from 300 years ago. The Huerta stems from hundreds of years in agricultural and horticultural tradition. The Segura valley is truly a magnificent sight that the Spanish are proud of.

Benidorm is one of the most popular resort locations in Europe, with as many as 300 skyscrapers, it's the 14th largest city in Spain. Known as the Dubai of the Mediterranean, it attracts millions of visitors every year. For the nightlife, the sandy beaches, the all-inclusive packages and the fantastic scenery. Before the 1960s, it's hard to imagine that this substantial bustling metropolitan area was just a sleepy fishing town. All of the sand on the beaches are 100% genuine and not at all imported from other regions. If you're looking for some nightlife during your stay in the Alicante region, you should check out the hundreds of nightclubs and bars in Benidorm.

The resort town of Moraira is one of the most beautiful spots in the Costa Blanca, with some fantastic places for local cuisine. The open-air market is a must for Moraira; and so is the marina with its seafood restaurants and character. The six beaches within the town are visited by both tourists and locals alike, with their clean and vibrant appeal. What many visitors to Moraira don't know, is that it has a very unique and distinct castle that was built in the 18th century. Moraira is very much viewed as an up-market area with its own Yacht Club and vineyards producing award-winning wines. Moraira, along with surrounding towns, are also notable for their sizable golf courses.

If you drive further up the AP7 than Benidorm, you'll come across the town of Calpe. This ancient fishing town has one of the best beach views in all of Spain no less. The Cala Les Urques beach, situated alongside the Calpe Promenade, has a fantastic view of the famous Parque Natural de Penyal D'Ifach. You can actually reach the viewpoint at the summit of this magnificent behemoth of a mountain but allow for about 2.5 hours to get to the top as it is quite steep, as is clearly visible from the surrounding beaches below. From the top of this summit, you can see the rest of the Costa Blanca down below, making the best viewpoint in the region of Valencia. According to some, it is an easy enough walk uphill achievable even when wearing flip flops, but we would advise that you were a sturdy pair of trainers or walking shoes.

Road trips from Alicante (> 1-hour drive)

Denia is almost like one big party that lasts all year long. It officially holds the title as holding the most festivals out of any town in Spain, and it's easy to see why it has become a holiday mainstay for the area. The old cobbled streets juxtapose the brightly coloured buildings in the old town. The main shopping lanes in the city centre attract hundreds of thousands of shoppers every year, and the food in this part of Spain is impressive. Denia has its own delicacy; the Denia Prawn; which visitors should definitely try when they get the chance. If you're interested in taking a rather massive detour to the Balaeric islands, then it is possible to catch a ferry from Denia to several locations such as Ibiza.

Benissa is a small town situated inland from the Costa Blanca. It's a place with a deep-set historic character since it still has Medieval architecture that stands to this day. Visit the Centre d'Art Taller Ivars, an art gallery installation inside a church. The artworks are in keeping with the locale of the area, but the styles vary. It's also a brilliant local arts centre for the community. Visit the Parroquia Purissima Xiqueta i Sant Pere Apostol, a large functioning church with stunning stained glass windows and excellent photo-taking opportunities. If you ever find yourself in a beach that's labelled as being in Benissa, it's because there is a section of coastline that is technically part of the municipality of Benissa without being part of the inland town itself. These beaches are also extremely picturesque and worth visiting if you get the time.

Cartagena owes its namesake to the Carthaginians who held this incredible natural harbour town as one of its strongholds. There are almost hundreds of Roman sites in this area, which is due to the Romans invading Cartagena from the Carthaginians. The biggest attraction for visitors to this historic city is the Roman Theatre Museum. It features some of the unusual artefacts found from the site of the amphitheatre as well as the surrounding area within the town. There are temporary exhibitions, tours and workshops available from this fantastic historic centre. The amphitheatre itself is one of the best examples of archaeological preservation, since it has all the stylings of Rome's Colosseum but with more clarity and rigorous attentiveness. The architecture of the whole town is a mixture of so many styles that blend into a magnificent cacophony of baroque and modernist.

Javea, otherwise known as Xàbia, is one of the largest coastal towns in the Costa Blanca. There has always been speculation as to the origins of some incredible found artefacts at archaeological sites in this region of Spain, but Javea has physical evidence of the existence of cave dwellers from over 30,000 years ago. As was mentioned, Javea was the birthplace and home of the famed tennis player David Ferrer, so it boasts some great tennis courts and other sports activities available for visitors. Yet another town with an amazingly rich history, gothic architecture, and another Archaeological museum! Javea has an amazing indoor market that sells local produce at low prices. This is the perfect spot for any budding chefs hoping to try their hand out at cooking the local cuisine. Try it out for yourself.

Valencia is one of the oldest and most famous cities in Spain. It was founded by the Romans, and just like the rest of the coastal cities and towns to the south in Costa Blanca, Valencia was conquered by Visigoths and Moors. The Valencian Gothic cathedral is a fascinating landmark in the city centre and was consecrated as Catholic in the 13th century. The most impressive part of the cathedral is the mixture of styles. It also holds some extraordinary pieces of fine art, with pieces from many different eras of Valencia's history. Legend has it; the Holy Grail resides in a chapel inside Valencia's Cathedral. Valencia, as a city as well as a major region of Spain, is famed for its incredible cuisine. Once you've visited just a few of the famed restaurants in Valencia, you'll really have your finger on the pulse of what makes Valencian food so magnificent. You're probably aware of the famous football team based in Valencia, but what you maybe weren't aware of, was the fact that you can visit the Nou Mestalla.

Rental car brands you can trust in Alicante Spain

FIREFLY ALICANTE AP

Address
ALICANTE AP CAR PARK
ALICANTE
3195

Location
On Airport

Opening hours
Monday: 07:00:00 to 23:59:00
Tuesday: 07:00:00 to 23:59:00
Wednesday: 07:00:00 to 23:59:00
Thursday: 07:00:00 to 23:59:00
Friday: 07:00:00 to 23:59:00
Saturday: 07:00:00 to 23:59:00
Sunday: 07:00:00 to 23:59:00

ALICANTE-AVE RAILWAY

Address
AVE.DA DE LA ESTACION, 20
ALICANTE
03005

Opening hours

ALICANTE AP

Address
ALICANTE
ALICANTE
03004

Opening hours

Alicante Train Station

Address
Alicante - Train Station<br />Estacion Avenue 22 03005
Alicante

Opening hours
Monday: to
Tuesday: to
Wednesday: to
Thursday: to
Friday: to
Saturday: to
Sunday: to

Alicante Airport

Address
Aeropuerto de Alicante - Elche 03071 El Altet
Alicante

Location
On Airport

Opening hours
Monday: 07:00:00 to 23:00:00
Tuesday: 07:00:00 to 23:00:00
Wednesday: 07:00:00 to 23:00:00
Thursday: 07:00:00 to 23:00:00
Friday: 07:00:00 to 23:00:00
Saturday: 07:00:00 to 23:00:00
Sunday: 07:00:00 to 23:00:00

ALICANTE ESTACION TREN

Address
ENTERPRISE RENT A CAR
AV. SALAMANCA S/N LOCAL 14
ALICANTE
3003

Opening hours

ALICANTE ESTACION TREN

Address
ESTACION DE TREN
AV. SALAMANCA, S/N
ALICANTE
3003

Opening hours

BENIDORM

Address
AVENIDA DE EUROPA 18-20
BENIDORM
3503

Opening hours

ALICANTE ESTACION TREN

Address
ENTERPRISE RENT A CAR
AV. SALAMANCA S/N LOCAL 14
ALICANTE
3003

Opening hours

ALICANTE-AVE RAILWAY

Address
AVENIDA DE LA ESTACION 20
ALICANTE
3005

Opening hours

ALICANTE AP

Address
ALICANTE
ALICANTE
3195

Opening hours

ALICANTE-AVE RAILWAY

Address
AVENIDA DE LA ESTACION 20
ALICANTE
3005

Opening hours

ALICANTE AP

Address
ALICANTE
ALICANTE
03004

Opening hours

Alicante Airport

Address
Alicante Airport
03195 L'Altet
Alicante

Location
On Airport

Opening hours
Monday: 07:00:00 to 23:00:00
Tuesday: 07:00:00 to 23:00:00
Wednesday: 07:00:00 to 23:00:00
Thursday: 07:00:00 to 23:00:00
Friday: 07:00:00 to 23:00:00
Saturday: 07:00:00 to 23:00:00
Sunday: 07:00:00 to 23:00:00

ALICANTE AIRPORT

Address
ALICANTE AEROPUERTO
EL ALTET
ALICANTE
03195

Location
Shuttle Bus

Opening hours

ALICANTE AIRPORT

Address
ALICANTE AEROPUERTO
EL ALTET
ALICANTE
03195

Location
Shuttle Bus

Opening hours

ALICANTE RAILWAY

Address
ESTACIÓN ADIF. TERMINAL AVE.
AVDA. DE SALAMANCA 1
ALICANTE
03005

Opening hours

Alicante - Elche El Altet airport

Address
Aeropuerto de Alicante-Elche
Alicante
03195

Location
On Airport

Opening hours
Monday: 07:00:00 to 23:00:00
Tuesday: 07:00:00 to 23:00:00
Wednesday: 07:00:00 to 23:00:00
Thursday: 07:00:00 to 23:00:00
Friday: 07:00:00 to 23:00:00
Saturday: 07:00:00 to 23:00:00
Sunday: 07:00:00 to 23:00:00

Alicante Airport

Address
Carretera del Torrellano al Aeropuerto 79
Elche
Alicante
03320

Location
Shuttle Bus

Opening hours

Wiber rent a car Alicante

Address
Carretera Aeropuerto-Torrellano S/N
Torrellano (junto a rotonda Torrellano)
Alicante
03320

Location
Shuttle Bus

Opening hours
Sunday: 07:00:00 to 23:00:00
Monday: 07:00:00 to 23:00:00
Tuesday: 07:00:00 to 23:00:00
Wednesday: 07:00:00 to 23:00:00
Thursday: 07:00:00 to 23:00:00
Friday: 07:00:00 to 23:00:00
Saturday: 07:00:00 to 23:00:00

Hire car jargon explained

Third party liability insurance

Hire cars at Alicante on our site always includes third party liability insurance.

Third party liability insurance provides protection in case you cause an accident. If you do, it might injure or kill other people (for instance your passengers, people in other vehicles or pedestrians), or damage their property (their vehicle, house or possessions, for example). As legally they need to be covered, you could be responsible any claim, or treating injuries or covering loss of earnings, as well as the third party's legal costs and court costs.

Third party liability is subject to an excess, which means you'll have to pay the first part of any claim (usually between £1,000 to £3,000, varying dependent on the car, the deal and the country). If you choose to insure the excess amount, you will be reimbursed for any or all of the excess you have to pay. If you decide to take out Premium Cover, the excess can be reduced to zero.

Rental car excess

The rental car at Alicante will already be fully insured for theft and damage as part of the hire cost. For rentals outside of the US and Canada there is usually an excess held on your card* - just like on domestic car insurance in the UK. However, the excess on hire cars can be very high. It's usually between £1,000 to £2,700. If you fail to insure the excess amount you could be liable to pay for any damage to the car up to the value of the excess amount. Check out our Premium Cover hire car options if you'd like to avoid having the excess amount blocked on your card when you pick up the car.

Fuel policy (full to full vs full to empty)

The rentals at Alicante on the site come with a full to fuel fuel policy.

You'll be asked to hold a deposit for fuel on your credit card when you pick up the hire car. Ensure that you fill the rental up and return it full and there's nothing further to pay for fuel.

You might see full to empty fuel policies on some other websites that seem to be lower cost deals. Be sure to check the small print for full to empty rentals as usually the refuelling and admin fees included with full to empty fuel policies make it much more expensive than full to full .

Things to do in Alicante

  • Castle of Santa Barbara The most iconic landmark in the whole city has to be the castle. Not a lot of visitors are aware of truly how old this attraction is, but they'd be surprised to know that it is older than most British castles, including Edinburgh! Its inception dates back all the way to the 9th century during the Islamic rule. The history of this castle is genuinely epic too. From the takeovers of over five different sects of civilisation, to the renovation to be used as a temporary prison during the 1800s, this castle has seen a lot over the years. It is completely acceptable to visit this castle at any time of the day, but we have to recommend watching the sunrise from atop the castle's hill. The views are stunning and the castle itself is incredibly unique.
  • Basilica of Santa María A photographer's dream, this Alicante landmark has been one of the most snapped attractions in the whole city. It dates back all the way to the 1300s when its introduction to the town was made possible by the Moors who had taken over at the time before the Reconquista. Repurposed from a mosque into a Catholic church, this amazing basilica is also the oldest church in the area. From the outside, the church doesn't look exactly as old as the church-runners claim, but that's because the façade had to be remade after a fire took place over 400 years ago. The church is still active today; however, so make sure to stay respectful when visiting or taking pictures.
  • Canelobre Caves If you're willing to make the 24km journey with your rental car, then you need to check out these caves. One of the most underrated attractions in the Alicante area, this amazing set of caverns is the highest in all of Spain. With attractively lit stalagmites deep within its core, these caves are fun for families and kids of all ages. It's technically situated to the north of the city but isn't accessible via the AP7. Busot is a lovely location, but don't get side-tracked whilst on the visit to the caverns. If you're lucky, you might be able to catch a concert inside the cavern too, with church services during Easter and Christmas.
  • Archaeological Museum An interactive experience as well as a well-funded museum, the MARQ as it's also known holds some of the historical secrets to the whole area of Alicante. All of the exhibits in this museum are wonderfully displayed and have some fantastic reviews from visitors. Most visitors to Alicante are aware of the existence of the Lucentum Roman archaeological site, but they aren't aware of its significance and how many artefacts were found there. This museum has all of the answers that visitors would crave for, with hundreds of locally source artefacts on display.
  • El Barrio, This is one of the most unique visitor spots in the whole Spanish nation. Not long ago, this was a singularly lousy part of town with street thugs and petty crime. But when the local government saw how much history was within this area, and with its rapid deterioration becoming ever-so-imminent, the money was raised to clean up the streets and give the old quarter a well-needed facelift. With the thousands of winding steps and narrow streets, it's now one of the most photogenic parts of the whole area. Every interesting part of the old town is linked with El Barrio. From the mountain looming over the city, to the cathedral, to the town hall, and even some added extras you wouldn't expect.
  • Contemporary Art Museum If you're looking for some cultural escapism on your sun and sand-filled holiday, give this gallery a try. This amazing art museum is staged inside one of the oldest buildings in Alicante, which a rich history of its own. The locals adore this museum since the exhibits change around quite regularly, so you'll never get the same experience twice. They have artworks by the likes of Spanish artists such as Picasso and Dali. One of the fascinating art pieces inside this museum is the Bouzoukia by famed French director Jean Cocteau.
  • Isla de Tabarca – Catamaran Experience If you have never experienced a ride on a catamaran, then you need to check out this amazing experience that includes a part of the area that not many visitors reach on their trips. With the amount of comfort you'd get on a yacht, this catamaran experience also includes drinks and food onboard. You can choose which time you'd like to go on your trip, but we'd definitely recommend the sunset experience. The views are amazing and the whole experience is spectacularly mastered.
  • Paella Alicante Experience: Market Tour, Cooking Class, and much more. Experience this iconic Spanish dish in the most encompassing way possible. Between 12:30 and 16:00, you can experience the best markets in the city, learn about the best local ingredients that are seasonal to the time of year, as well as know the history of the city and the dish. The full experience is an immersive and breath-taking day of ricey goodness that has you feeling like an Alicante native.

Restaurants in Alicante

  • Restaurante Nou Manolín The atmosphere in this restaurant is what makes the experience dining here so fulfilling. Lose yourself in the food, because although this restaurant has a reputation gaining it thousands of visitors a week, the tranquil dining area has a relaxing aura. This finedining restaurant has some of the best dishes available in the whole of Alicante. Most restaurants who have this much prestige feature locally sourced ingredients in its menu, but Nou Manolín takes their claim to new heights. They only use ingredients from within a certain number of kilometre radius, so that their ingredients are always fresh when in use.
  • Restaurant FreneZy Some of the best quality seafood in the city comes from this fantastic little restaurant. FreneZy takes fine dining to new heights, with a flowery menu featuring some of the gastronomic favourites that the locals love. Fresh seafood served with passion (and rice). Iberian cuisine has never looked so good too, as their food has an appeal that isn't prevalent in the area surrounding this restaurant. This restaurant prides itself on its incredible ingredients and quiet atmosphere.
  • Restaurante El Cantó If you're looking for a restaurant that's a lot more authentic than the restaurants that you'd find in the Costa Blanca, look out for this little restaurant in the city. When you're on the hunt for some proper Spanish Tapas, not the English version, you'll follow what your nose wants. New smells, new tastes and the real Spanish food culture. If you're willing to give the most authentic Spanish food a try, go for this cute little Tapas bar in the city. You could be lucky enough to have someone serenade you whilst you dine, as this Tapas bar also has live music acts.
  • Restaurante La Ereta Just round the corner from the castle, this brand new restaurant has stunning views of the city. Instead of giving diners a menu when they arrive, this stylish restaurant offers two set menus with multiple courses that cater to anyone's desires. You can bask in the ambience of the city centre in all of its history and heritage, before stepping into this sleek and modernised restaurant that provides the best new food that Alicante has to offer. Amazing modern cuisine, a fantastic entryway, and some of the best views in the whole city. There's so much that this restaurant has to offer!
  • Restaurante Dársena The Dársena is one of the oldest restaurants in all of the Alicante region. Where La Ereta offers mountain-side views of the city, this restaurant offers the best harbourfront view in Alicante. If you're looking for some authentic Spanish seafood near the harbour front, then look no further. With a family-friendly atmosphere but with no sacrifice to the quality of the food, Dársena has specific requirements to their diners that state nearly all the dishes served to them must include rice. Since Paella is such a vital part of Alicante, along with the tons of rice that are produced every year within the Valencia region, it's the shining gastronomic beacon of the Costa Blanca.
  • Falafelmania Restaurante This moderately priced vegetarian and vegan restaurant in the city, boasts some of the most authentic Lebanese food in the whole Valencia region. They also have gluten-free options on their menu, which are noticeably tasty but also healthy. Try the falafel whilst you're here or try some of their other authentic Lebanese dishes on offer. Lebanese food is just coincidentally vegan in some dishes, so there's no such thing as a 'vegan version' of falafel. Almost all the items on the menu are vegan, but all of them are definitely delicious.
  • Thai Corner, A winner of the Tripadvisor certificate of excellence four years running, this fantastic Thai restaurant in the city, provides a brilliant alternative to the local cuisine. Run by a Thai owner, and featuring Thai staff, this restaurant claims to be the only authentic Thai restaurant in the whole area. Located right near the city centre, look out for the Thai corner if you fancy the most amazing Pad Thai or Massaman Curry.

Example car prices at Alicante

Pickup on 2020-11-09 at 10:00, dropoff on 2020-11-14 at 09:30 in Alicante for a 35 year old lead driver

Firefly availability at FIREFLY ALICANTE AP

OPEL MOKKA

5-seat Compact
or similar

OPEL MOKKA
Passengers: 5
Large bags: 2
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 5
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Limited
Security deposit: £1132
Damage excess: £1132
Theft excess: £1132
More info
Firefly

£82.17

VAUXHALL CORSA

4-seat Economy
or similar

VAUXHALL CORSA
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors:
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Limited
Security deposit: £770
Damage excess: £906
Theft excess: £906
More info
Firefly

£57.59

Pickup on 2020-11-09 at 10:00, dropoff on 2020-11-14 at 09:30 in Alicante for a 35 year old lead driver

Hertz availability at ALICANTE-AVE RAILWAY

A6 FIAT 500 AUT.

4-seat MiniElite
or similar

A6 FIAT 500 AUT.
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 0
Small bags: 2
Number of doors: 2
Transmission: Automatic
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £1022
Damage excess: £1022
Theft excess: £1022
More info
Hertz

£166.34

C2 SEAT LEON

5-seat Compact
or similar

C2 SEAT LEON
Passengers: 5
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors:
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £1107
Damage excess: £1107
Theft excess: £1107
More info
Hertz

£195.20

Pickup on 2020-11-09 at 10:00, dropoff on 2020-11-14 at 09:30 in Alicante for a 35 year old lead driver

Hertz availability at ALICANTE AP

SEAT IBIZA

5-seat Economy
or similar

SEAT IBIZA
Passengers: 5
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors:
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £1050
Damage excess: £1050
Theft excess: £1050
More info
Hertz

£134.69

FIAT 500

4-seat Mini
or similar

FIAT 500
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors:
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £1021
Damage excess: £1021
Theft excess: £1021
More info
Hertz

£121.14

Pickup on 2020-11-09 at 10:00, dropoff on 2020-11-14 at 09:30 in Alicante for a 35 year old lead driver

Goldcar availability at Alicante Airport

Smart ForFour

4-seat Mini
or similar

Smart ForFour
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 3
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Full To Full
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £997
Damage excess: £997
Theft excess: £997
More info
Goldcar

£53.15

Fiat 500

4-seat Economy
or similar

Fiat 500
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 3
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Full To Full
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £997
Damage excess: £997
Theft excess: £997
More info
Goldcar

£55.74

Pickup on 2020-11-09 at 10:00, dropoff on 2020-11-14 at 09:30 in Alicante for a 35 year old lead driver

Alamo availability at ALICANTE ESTACION TREN

TOYOTA AYGO

4-seat Mini
or similar

TOYOTA AYGO
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 0
Small bags: 2
Number of doors: 2
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £136
Damage excess: £1132
Theft excess: £1132
More info
Alamo

£133.23

OPEL CORSA

5-seat Economy
or similar

OPEL CORSA
Passengers: 5
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 4
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £136
Damage excess: £1132
Theft excess: £1132
More info
Alamo

£133.24

Pickup on 2020-11-09 at 10:00, dropoff on 2020-11-14 at 09:30 in Alicante for a 35 year old lead driver

Enterprise availability at ALICANTE ESTACION TREN

TOYOTA AYGO

4-seat Mini
or similar

TOYOTA AYGO
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 0
Small bags: 2
Number of doors: 2
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £136
Damage excess: £951
Theft excess: £951
More info
Enterprise

£133.23

SEAT IBIZA

5-seat Economy
or similar

SEAT IBIZA
Passengers: 5
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 4
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £136
Damage excess: £951
Theft excess: £951
More info
Enterprise

£133.24

Pickup on 2020-11-09 at 10:00, dropoff on 2020-11-14 at 09:30 in Alicante for a 35 year old lead driver

Enterprise availability at BENIDORM

TOYOTA AYGO

4-seat Mini
or similar

TOYOTA AYGO
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 0
Small bags: 2
Number of doors: 2
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £136
Damage excess: £951
Theft excess: £951
More info
Enterprise

£129.38

SEAT IBIZA

5-seat Economy
or similar

SEAT IBIZA
Passengers: 5
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 4
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £136
Damage excess: £951
Theft excess: £951
More info
Enterprise

£132.60

Pickup on 2020-11-09 at 10:00, dropoff on 2020-11-14 at 09:30 in Alicante for a 35 year old lead driver

National availability at ALICANTE ESTACION TREN

TOYOTA AYGO

4-seat Mini
or similar

TOYOTA AYGO
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 0
Small bags: 2
Number of doors: 2
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £136
Damage excess: £951
Theft excess: £951
More info
National

£146.54

CITROEN C4 AUTOMATIC

5-seat Compact
or similar

CITROEN C4 AUTOMATIC
Passengers: 5
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 4
Transmission: Automatic
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £136
Damage excess: £951
Theft excess: £951
More info
National

£146.63

Pickup on 2020-11-09 at 10:00, dropoff on 2020-11-14 at 09:30 in Alicante for a 35 year old lead driver

Thrifty availability at ALICANTE AP

A6 FIAT 500 AUT.

4-seat MiniElite
or similar

A6 FIAT 500 AUT.
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 0
Small bags: 2
Number of doors: 2
Transmission: Automatic
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £1022
Damage excess: £1022
Theft excess: £1022
More info
Thrifty

£132.04

SEAT LEON

5-seat Compact
or similar

SEAT LEON
Passengers: 5
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 4
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £1107
Damage excess: £1107
Theft excess: £1107
More info
Thrifty

£166.57

Pickup on 2020-11-09 at 10:00, dropoff on 2020-11-14 at 09:30 in Alicante for a 35 year old lead driver

Centauro availability at Alicante Airport

FIAT 500

4-seat Mini
or similar

FIAT 500
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 0
Small bags: 2
Number of doors: 3
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £951
Damage excess: £951
Theft excess: £951
More info
Centauro

£38.08

CITROEN C3

4-seat Economy
or similar

CITROEN C3
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 5
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £951
Damage excess: £951
Theft excess: £951
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Centauro

£42.42

Pickup on 2020-11-09 at 10:00, dropoff on 2020-11-14 at 09:30 in Alicante for a 35 year old lead driver

Europcar availability at ALICANTE AIRPORT

CITROEN C1

4-seat Mini
or similar

CITROEN C1
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 3
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £272
Damage excess: £942
Theft excess: £942
More info
Europcar

£158.36

FIAT 500

4-seat Mini
or similar

FIAT 500
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 2
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £272
Damage excess: £942
Theft excess: £942
More info
Europcar

£181.88

Pickup on 2020-11-09 at 10:00, dropoff on 2020-11-14 at 09:30 in Alicante for a 35 year old lead driver

Keddy by Europcar availability at ALICANTE AIRPORT

CITROEN C1

4-seat Mini
or similar

CITROEN C1
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 3
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £725
Damage excess: £942
Theft excess: £942
More info
Keddy by Europcar

£126.69

NISSAN MICRA

5-seat Economy
or similar

NISSAN MICRA
Passengers: 5
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 2
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £725
Damage excess: £942
Theft excess: £942
More info
Keddy by Europcar

£130.01

Pickup on 2020-11-09 at 10:00, dropoff on 2020-11-14 at 09:30 in Alicante for a 35 year old lead driver

Keddy by Europcar availability at ALICANTE RAILWAY

CITROEN C1

4-seat Mini
or similar

CITROEN C1
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 3
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £725
Damage excess: £942
Theft excess: £942
More info
Keddy by Europcar

£116.82

NISSAN MICRA

5-seat Economy
or similar

NISSAN MICRA
Passengers: 5
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 2
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £725
Damage excess: £942
Theft excess: £942
More info
Keddy by Europcar

£120.15

Pickup on 2020-11-09 at 10:00, dropoff on 2020-11-14 at 09:30 in Alicante for a 35 year old lead driver

Record Go availability at Alicante - Elche El Altet airport

FORD FOCUS

5-seat Compact
or similar

FORD FOCUS
Passengers: 5
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 5
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Full To Full
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £0
Damage excess: £1268
Theft excess: £1268
More info
Record Go

£250.22

VOLKSWAGEN CADDY

5-seat Compact
or similar

VOLKSWAGEN CADDY
Passengers: 5
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 5
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Full To Full
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £1268
Damage excess: £1268
Theft excess: £1268
More info
Record Go

£84.22

Pickup on 2020-11-09 at 10:00, dropoff on 2020-11-14 at 09:30 in Alicante for a 35 year old lead driver

OK Rent a Car availability at Alicante Airport

FIAT 500

4-seat Mini
or similar

FIAT 500
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 3
Transmission: Automatic
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unknown
Security deposit: £951
Damage excess: £816
Theft excess: £816
More info
OK Rent a Car

£91.02

FIAT 500

4-seat Mini
or similar

FIAT 500
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 3
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Unknown
Mileage: Unknown
Security deposit: £951
Damage excess: £816
Theft excess: £816
More info
OK Rent a Car

£83.32

Pickup on 2020-11-09 at 10:00, dropoff on 2020-11-14 at 09:30 in Alicante for a 35 year old lead driver

Wiber availability at Wiber rent a car Alicante

FORD KA

4-seat Mini
or similar

FORD KA
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 0
Small bags: 2
Number of doors: 2
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Full To Full
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £634
Damage excess: £634
Theft excess: £634
More info
Wiber

£40.99

HYUNDAI I10

4-seat Economy
or similar

HYUNDAI I10
Passengers: 4
Large bags: 1
Small bags: 1
Number of doors: 2
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Policy: Full To Full
Mileage: Unlimited
Security deposit: £634
Damage excess: £634
Theft excess: £634
More info
Wiber

£41.59

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