No extra insurance payments
No hidden extras
We do not get benefits from petrol
Pic | Drop & Go
Rent a car in Torremolinos
direct from your hotel with Caramba Car hire
Your rented car directly to your hotel
If you plan to drive to visit Ronda, the Alhambra of Granada or Gibraltar, you can book the car and we'll deliver it directly to your hotel in Torremolinos with no extra costs for this service, our services includes:
- No cancellation fees
- Unlimited mileage
- Full risk insurance (with excess)
- VAT also included
- VISA number not required for make a booking
- 2nd driver free
- 24-hour road assistance
- You don't have to pay for a full tank of petrol when you collect the car, just bring it back like you got it!
- Give back the hired car at Malaga airport, directly to the terminal, with no courtesy coaches between 09am and 09pm
With suplementary charges:
- You can also give back the hire car at the Main Train Station of Málaga (For this service there is an extra charge of 7,50 Euros)
- For your childs we have babyseats, boosters and maxicosi
- And also GPS to get easy and fast to your destination
Holiday in the Southern Spain
Holiday in the Southern Spain - Costa del Sol
Málaga the Beautiful, as the city is known, stands at the centre of the basin of the same name, between the mountains, the River Guadalhorce and the coastal strip which leads to the Axarquia region.
Throughout Málaga's history, its privileged geographic situation has attracted travellers, merchants, settlers and warriors who have left their mark on what is now a cosmopolitan, universal, open, relaxed and hospitable city.
Tourist Information Andalusia
Andalusia, known to many as "the bridge between two continents", "the gateway to Europe", "a melting pot of cultures" or "a meeting point of two seas" fits perfectly within any of these definitions.
The place where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Mediterranean, Andalusia has been fought over by numerous cultures since the earliest times of civilization, being one of the areas of settlement of our prehistoric ancestors.
Andalusia covers 17.3% of Spanish territory, 87,268 km² in total, making it the largest single region, with an area greater than countries such as Belgium, Holland, Denmark, Austria and Switzerland.