Business travellers flying into one of Spain’s busy airports do not want to waste time waiting for a taxi or public transport to get them to their final destination. Cheap car hire from National is not only an affordable way to get around but also does away with the need to be tied to bus and train timetables. Our award-winning service will get you on the road quickly in one of our modern, clean and reliable vehicles, without breaking the bank. From compact urban models to impressive saloons and people carriers, we have the right vehicle for your needs; book online to take advantage of the best rates in car rental.
Things to See and Do in Spain
Spain is a much-loved destination for a beach holiday but there is far more to discover in this captivating country. Vibrant cities, sweeping landscapes and majestic mountains are all easy to explore with a cheap car rental from National. With the mobility and flexibility offered by car hire, you can make the most of your trip to Spain by taking in iconic attractions such as the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, the Alhambra Palace in Granada and the Royal Palace in Madrid.
A Holiday by Car in Spain
Whether you prefer to fly into one of Spain’s international airports or arrive by train or ferry, a driving holiday in Spain provides the freedom and independence to go where you want, when you want, without wasting a minute of your valuable vacation time waiting for public transport. Spain offers so much to see and do that the most demanding holidaymakers will be captivated. Keen golfers will find some of the world's best courses in Spain, while culture buffs should head for the art treasures of Madrid and the historic cities of Toledo and Granada.
Famous Road Trips to Take in Spain
Spain is a land of contrasts and boasts many fantastic driving routes. Some of our favourites include: Alt Empordà The route hugs the Costa Brava coastline and you can visit Salvador Dalí’s home at Cadaqués, and check out the Greek and Roman ruins at Empúries. El Escorial to Ávila Explore the ancient monastery of El Escorial before driving over the hills to the picturesque walled city of Ávila. Vielha to Esterri d’Aneau Discover the magic of the Pyrenees on the route over the Bonaigua Pass. Rising to 2,072 metres, the magnificent views encompass snowy peaks, verdant, forested slopes, sparkling waterfalls and mountain pastures. Puerto de las Palomas to Zahara de la Sierra The descent from the Pass of the Doves corkscrews down to the historic Moorish village of Zahara de la Sierra, with every twist and turn of the road offering panoramic views of the Sierra.