Most are attracted to Spain for its captivating coast line and mesmerizing beaches, Spain’s mixture of cultural and historical attractions, numerous UNESCO world heritage sites, Spain’s vibrant cities of Barcelona, Madrid and Seville, just to name a few. You could also spend your time in Spain watching a bull fight or the flamenco. There will never be a dull moment with abundance of attractions and top destinations. Traveling across Spain is best carried out in a comfortable vehicle, so renting some of the luxury car hire industry’s favourite such as Bentley Continental GTC or the Ferrari 458 Italia Spider will let you see the stunning coastline from a different angle.
In Spain, there’s so much to do and see depending on visitor preferences, from Michelin Star restaurants to hot urban spots, night clubs, famous city squares pulsing with people and isolated silky beaches in the north. Luxury car rental in Spain can make or break your entire experience. So think wisely, the landscape varies widely and choose the right car depending on where you go. If you are headed to the glittering beaches, a must are as La Concha Beacha in San Sebastian dubbed as the best city beach not only in Spain but in all of Europe, the Cala Comte Beach in Ibiza, Playa de Cofete in Morro del Jable and Playa de Ses Illetes in Formentera, Balearic Islands, just to name a few, get there in a Porsche, such as the Porsche Panamera 4S, pull down the roof of an Audi A5 Cabriolet or a BMW 435I Cabriolet.
Drive across famous Spanish coastline in a fast, stunning and ultra comfortable vehicle. Swim, bask in the sun, surf, walk along the promenade, go shopping for exclusive brands and dine in Michelin Star restaurants when you visit the Mediterranean Sea. The country offers a wide variety of landscapes, beaches and character-full towns. Spain can provide your ultimate road trip, when you head towards Malaga, you can’t go past the popular hot sports of the Costa del Sol, including Fuengirola, Torremolinos and Benalmadena. Heading east you’ll discover Axarquia. Here, along the coast and in the nearby mountains you’ll enjoy views of widely spread villages all with immaculate white facades. Choose an SUV. Not any SUV, choose the best such as the Range Rover Sport, Audi Q7 or a BMW X5.
Sipping sangria in Madrid is among some of the things to do when you relax in the Spanish capital Madrid. Before you unwind, there’s plenty of sightseeing to do including a visit to the Royal Palace in Madrid, the official residence of the King of Spain. It was built between 1738 and 1755 and is a stunning peace of architecture. Famous works of art by Spanish masters such as Goya and Velazquez can be found at the Prado Museum and are a must see while in Madrid. Walk down elegant boulevards, stunning parks such as the Buen Retiro or watch some of the best flamenco dancers in the world when in Madrid. Also catch the best bullfighters show off their skill and if that’s not exciting enough see Real Madrid play at their home stadium Santiago Bernabeu.
Sit behind a wheel of a Lamborghini or a perfectly crafted Bentley and drive up north to the cosmopolitan city of Barcelona. When in Barcelona, one of Spain’s most visited tourist attractions is the Sagrada Familia. This large Roman Catholic Church is an awe inspiring peace of architecture designed by the famous Catalan architect Anotni Gaudi. He worked on the project for almost 40 years, with its construction beginning in 1882 and today, long after his death it is still not finished. Apart from the quirky art and architecture Barcelona is also renowned for its vibrant street life and fabulous food ranging from fine dining to tiny tapas bars scattered across the city.
Last but not least, if you happen to be in Spain during the month of July and looking for an unforgettable adrenalin pumping adventure then nothing beats sports car rental in Spain such as the Ferrari California and heading towards Pamplona. Experience the famous running of the Bulls as part of the San Fermin festival held every year from July 6th to 14th.