In Furauto we have a large network of van and minivan rental services distributed by many Spanish cities. Of course, Malaga could not be left out. This provincial capital is one of the outstanding enclaves of Andalusia in terms of transport for its easy accessibility and the good condition of its roads.
If your company has to take products or goods to Malaga, either occasionally or more frequently, a rental van can become your best ally. In this way, you can cover all kinds of routes quickly, efficiently and safely.
In Furauto we have designed our catalog to provide support and assistance to professionals in the transport sector. Whatever the load you need to carry from one side to another of Malaga we will provide the most suitable van for the task.
Use our vehicles only for as long as it takes! It is much cheaper than buying a van that you are not going to use continuously. Contact our offices through the web or call us by phone and we will be happy to inform you about everything in detail.
And how could it be otherwise, in Furauto we also take care of removals and private removals. Moving home now is no longer a hassle using a rental van. Discover the freedom of action that provides you with a spacious and well equipped vehicle to put your things, book your van without complications!
Thanks to Furauto, you can pick up and deliver your rental van at Malaga Airport, Antequera, Benalmadena, Malaga, Marbella, Nerja and Torremolinos. In addition, we offer our services in other Andalusian cities that we detail below:
Because in Malaga you can find sun, light, sea and gastronomy. An authentic paradise that welcomes thousands of tourists every year. Malaga, as the capital of the Costa del Sol, is one of the most visited cities. Malaga-Costa del Sol Airport is currently the fourth in terms of traffic volume in Spain and the third if we refer strictly to the Peninsula.
The city is famous for being the birthplace of one of the most important artists of all times. Pablo Picasso was born in the Plaza de la Merced on October 25, 1881. His birthplace is located right here and very close to the Picasso Museum in Malaga. Its gastronomy is also enviable. Typical of this area are the sardine skewers, anchovies and fried fish. Also delicious are the noodle casserole, the "ensañada malagueña", the "ajobanco" and its sweet wines with Denomination of Origin.
In addition to visiting Malaga, you can travel throughout the exceptional geography of Malaga with the rental van that Furauto offers you at the best price. Forget the map and GPS and get lost in one of the most beautiful provinces of Spain.
Drive 51 kilometers along the A-45 to get comfortably from Malaga to Antequera. In this town of about 41,000 inhabitants you will find a fantastic religious and civil heritage. Do not miss the Puerta de Estepa, the Arco de los Gigantes and the Alcazaba.
The A-7 highway arrives in only 37 minutes to Velez-Malaga, the most important city in the region of La Axarquia. The historic center of this town was declared a historic-artistic site thanks, in part, to the Church of Santa Maria la Mayor and the Fortress of Velez-Malaga. Its attractions include about 25 kilometers of coastline.
To travel from Malaga to Torremolinos, drive your rental van along the MA-20 and enter the town on Calle Costa Rica. Although it also has an interesting architecture, the municipality is known for its 7 kilometers of coastline and its busy promenade. Among its beaches are Los Alamos, Playamar, El Bajondillo, La Carihuela, Montemar and El Saltillo.
Take the MA-20 and change to the AP-7 at Torremolinos. To enter the center, take Avenida Arias de Velasco and then Avenida Doctor Maíz Viñals. In less than an hour you can be enjoying the old town and the Golden Mile, located in Puerto Banús. Marbella's coastline has 27 kilometers of coastline and 24 beaches.
The A-7 highway connects the capital of Malaga with the town of Nerja in only 48 minutes. This municipality, which became popular for being the setting for the series Verano Azul, has 14 kilometers of coastline. In addition, special mention deserves the Cave of Nerja, the Balcony of Europe and the Aqueduct of the Eagle.
Luckily for users of rental vans Malaga is a city that has a good network of road communications. Therefore, getting to this city from virtually anywhere in our country is not a complicated task.
We will review above some of the most common roads to enter Malaga:
Now we are going to see some of the roads that we can use to move around the city and go to emblematic places:
Perhaps the search for parking is one of the most common headaches when moving around Madrid. How from Furauto we are aware of it here is a list of some of the most affordable parking lots in the center and surroundings:
Most drivers are aware that no city is completely free of traffic-related problems. In the case of Malaga, from Furauto we want to warn our users about the conflictive situations that can occur in the accesses to the urban core. Entering or leaving the city of Malaga can be a slow process.
Before the possible formation of traffic jams can only recommend caution and not get impatient. The biggest traffic jams occur early in the morning and late in the afternoon, so if you can avoid arriving in Malaga at these times of the day, so much the better.