Car rental in La Linea de la Concepcion

Renting a car in La Linea de la Concepcion is a great way to travel for those who like to travel in comfort. With a rental car, you won't depend on the public transport schedules and routes, you won't have to catch up with the guide or wait for a lagging group of tourists, and you won't have to eat at unremarkable cafes when there's an authentic place with delicious cuisine nearby. 

With a rental car, you can plan your own perfect route and enjoy your trip around Spain to the full.

Why book a car on our website

  
  1. Localrent brings together the best deals from reliable and trusted Spanish car rentals. You can quickly and easily compare available options and book the one that suits you best.
  2. Transparent pricing without hidden fees or extra charges.
  3. Advance payment of 15-20% on booking. You pay the rest when you pick up your car.
  4. The basic insurance is already included in the price. 
  5. Caring and responsive customer service. 

Required documents to rent a car in La Linea

  • ID or passport; 
  • Driver's licence (national driver's licence will do);
  • Bank card. 

When picking up your car, you should have the originals of all the necessary documents with you.

The driver must be over 22 years of age and have at least 2 years of official driving experience.

How long is best to rent a car in La Linea

In Spain, it is best to rent a car for at least a week or two. There is so much to see in this country that you want to see everything at once. Drive along the beaches, visit nature parks, have a ride along the coast with great views, visit small scenic villages, walk amongst the old quarters of the big cities and much, much more.

But if you're not ready for such a long trip yet, take a car for a few days and visit only the top attractions. Even a short trip will be a memorable experience.

Which car to choose

  

It all depends on your plans for the vacation and the number of travelling companions.

  • An economy car will take you anywhere on flat terrain without any problems. So, if you are travelling alone or with your partner and want to save a lot of money, opt for a compact car. 
  • A mid-size car is suitable for 3-5 people.
  • It makes sense to rent a crossover if you are planning a trip to the mountains. This car is most responsive and reliable on steep serpentines.
  • A minivan is suitable for a group of friends planning a trip together. You just need to agree on what time to get up and where to go. If the group has different plans, it is better to take two smaller cars. 
  • A convertible is the ideal car for walks with beautiful sea views, sunset watching, and night drives under the stars! 

Traffic regulations in Spain

Speed limits: 

  • 50 km/h in the city;
  • 90 km/h outside the city; 
  • 100km/h on expressways; 
  • 120km/h on toll roads. 

Seat belts must be worn by all car occupants. 

A child up to 135 cm tall must ride in a child seat only. 

You can only talk on your mobile phone using a hands-free system. 

Parking in La Linea

The parking is mostly paid in the centres of major cities and popular resorts.

La Linea has both underground and surface car parks. You will recognise the paid surface parking areas by the “P” sign, coloured markings, and a parking meter nearby. You have to pay in advance and put the receipt under your windscreen.

In less popular areas of the city, you can park your car along the street for free. Just pay attention to the road signs.

Places to visit by a rental car

Located 19 km from La Linea de la Concepcion, the Zoo de Castellar, a petting zoo, offers the opportunity to see and even touch panthers, lions, lemurs, parrots, snakes, and other animals. You can also feed some animals by buying the food at the zoo.

About 20km away is a small but interesting town of Algeciras. A mix of Christian, Muslim, and African cultures. Few architectural monuments have survived, like an aqueduct built in the 18th century and a beautiful harbour. But there are plenty of restaurants with Moroccan food and a very beautiful beach. 

If you like bathing in hydrogen sulphide springs, go to the Hedionda Roman Baths in Casares (35 km away). You will experience beautiful nature, a specific smell, and several natural healing baths. A family of aquatic turtles live nearby.

And you should not skip Ronda, which is 100 km away. It's a small town miraculously sitting on the edge of a steep cliff.

One of the most stunning locations is the 100 m deep gorge El Tajo de Ronda, spanned by the famous 18th century bridge Puente Nuevo. Full of Moorish architecture, this city looks like a living illustration for a book of Oriental Fairy Tales. 

Málaga is 130 km away. The capital of Andalusia has a Roman theatre, the Historic Botanical Garden of La Concepcion, the Cathedral, and shopping malls.

Have a great trip!

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