In the south of Spain, Andalusia and especially the coastal city of Cadiz increasingly attracts many car rental tourists from Europe and all over the world. The location on a promontory in the sea exerts a special charm, Cadiz also convinces with very varied townscape, which is characterized by historical buildings and constructions of the modern age. 120,000 inhabitants has the capital of the province of Cádiz, a multiple of tourists populates the city in high season. From Germany you can reach the Andalusian pearl via the international airport Jerez de la Frontera (IATA Code XRY), which is 35 km to the north. The Autostrade del Sur (E5) connects Cadiz with Jerez Airport and encourages a ride with the rental car.
The ideal way to rent a rental car before your flight to Spain is on our portal. The vehicle remains reserved for you at the airport car rental and the handover takes place smoothly within a few minutes. The car will take you comfortably to the centre of Cadiz in half an hour, remember that the motorways in Spain are often toll roads. Below are some ideas for car hire in and around Cadiz.
Spain animates with large distances and optimally developed roads to drive with the rented car. Spontaneously renting a car at the airport is complex and unsuccessful due to the high demand .
On our comparison portal you will find the offers of every car rental company represented at Jerez Airport. You can compare at your leisure, consider practical accessories and useful services and rent a suitable car at a reasonable price within a very short time. Here are some criteria to consider when booking or renting a car.
We recommend the choice of full comprehensive insurance without own contribution for every rental car, because only this policy completely regulates an accidental damage caused by a metal sheet. With a barely cheaper comprehensive policy with a deductible, you save in the wrong place, because you share in the costs of an accident.
With a rental car, only you as the renter and policyholder are protected within the scope of the agreed services. If an accompanying person is to drive the rental car temporarily, it must be included in the contract by the car rental company in order to receive the same protection. Car rental requires a valid driver's license for inclusion in the rental contract, personal appearance of the additional driver is indispensable.
On the card, the deposit required for each rental car is blocked before pickup. You can only dispose of the sum after completion of the car rental return. Sufficient disposable funds are important in this context in order to remain liquid during holidays.
The country of travel invites with ideal conditions for driving long distances with the rental car. When booking, you could choose Jerez Airport as your starting point, Cadiz as your stopover and Barcelona Airport as your destination. In this case you decide for the inexpensive renting with one-way tariff.
Beyond the emotional driving of the locals, road traffic is not a particular challenge. Only as a young driver you have to watch out for some aspects:
To see the original city centre, you have to drive by rental car to the northwestern end of the headland and look for a parking place at the high city wall. The alleys and squares behind want to be explored on foot. The Baluarte de la Candelaria and the Castell de Santa Catalina as well as the new cathedral are worth seeing. You could also visit the Teatro Romano and relax at the small but well visited city beach of Cadiz. The Torre Tavira offers a magnificent view over the old town, while the city museum offers a multi-faceted insight into the history.
Playa Victoria, La Chaleta and Santa Maria del Mar are the sandy beaches in the immediate vicinity, just a few kilometres from the city, Playa de la Cortadura awaits your visit. You could visit all beaches alternately, by car you will reach the sea within a short time.
Take a trip to El Puerto de Santa Maria, 22 km away, to discover traditional Spain. Here historical sights alternate with characteristic Bodegas. The world-famous brandy "Osborne" comes from El Puerto and is of course served in every bar. Get your bearings at the Plaza de España and visit the Iglesia Mayor Prioral Church.