RV Rental in Malaga

RV rental in Malaga is now possible via Goboony. Goboony is a platform for RV and campervan sharing and connects motorhome owners with those that want to travel in an RV or a campervan. Our motto is ‘Share the Freedom’, not only because the whole experience of motorhome travel gives you a feeling of freedom, we also have a pretty easy going way of working. Have a look at this page, make a booking request and discuss everything with the owner of the RV. You two can organise all the fun things as well as the do’s and don’ts, while we take care of all the formal stuff. It is also good to know that all RV’s are checked and safe. Of course there can always things happen with vehicles, but these should be safe and sound to go.

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How much does it cost to hire a campervan in Malaga?

The prices for camper hire in Malaga can vary a lot. It often depends on the age of the vehicle. Another factor for price difference is how many sleeping places there are. In high season the maximum price will be around $1400,- per week. Have a look at this page with an overview of the costs for campervan hire and RV rental in Europe.

Why rent a campervan in Malaga?

Renting an RV in Malaga has so many advantages. Malaga is the perfect starting point for a European road trip or a tour through Spain and Portugal, but is also can be the perfect starting point for a campervan trip through Morocco. However, you do not need to drive far. If you just want to visit Andalusia, the province in which Malaga is located, we understand completely. It is a beautiful region with mountains (the Sierra Nevada), beaches and next to Malaga also cities like Sevilla, Cordoba and Granada. The food, the architecture, the flamenco, everything is amazing here. And if you like surfing? Cadiz is your place to go!

What can you do in Malaga?

There are so many things to do in Malaga. Visit the Picasso Museum, and the Centro de Arte Contemporáneo is awesome too. Don’t forget the Alcazaba, Gibralfaro castle and the Roman Theater, they are pretty impressive and the Gibralfaro castle can provide you with an amazing view at the Mediterranean Sea. If you're looking for national Malagan food, do not look for tapas, but ask for camperos. It is a kind of a sandwich with chicken, lettuce and a lot of aioli. ‘Malagueños’ love it and so will you!

What are things to consider when driving an RV in Malaga?

Malaga doesn’t have an environmental zone, so you don’t have to worry about that, but the streets of the city centre are pretty small. Our advice is to leave the RV at overnight camping in Malaga. Area Malaga Beach is an ideal one and a great place to start discovering the city of Malaga by bike or by foot.

What is the closest airport to Malaga?

Near Malaga you will find Malaga Airport, an important airport for the Spanish Costa del Sol. The airport has connections with 60 other countries, some of which are European but others are also intercontinental. Madrid has a big international airport too. By car it is 5 hours away, and by train around 3 hours. Discuss with the owner of the RV what works best and where can you meet one another for the key handover.