Car Hire at Jerez Airport
This information is correct as of May 2015
Andalucia is a region of diversity, dotted with pristine beaches and lively cities, rolling vineyards and harsh desert. To really make the most out of your holiday, hire a car at Jerez Airport. You can see the best of Andalucia on your own schedule.
Where to hire a car at Jerez Airport
Enterprise, Europcar, Goldcar, Avis and Firefly all offer car hire at Jerez Airport. The car hire desks are all inside the terminal building on the ground hall of the arrivals hall.
Petrol stations near Jerez Airport
Depending on your car rental agreement, you may need to hand your car back with a full tank.
There is a BP service station on the outskirts of Jerez. When you leave the AP-4 for the airport, go straight over the roundabout instead of turning right. The service station is on Av. Fernando Portillo, just off Av. De Europa. When your tank is full, turn right onto Av. La Granja and left at the next roundabout to head back towards Jerez Airport.
Driving around Jerez Airport
As soon as you leave the motorway you will find yourself on the A4 motorway (the Autopista del Sur). This busy road links Cadiz in the south with Seville in the north. It’s a busy road, so make sure you’re comfortable with your car and know exactly where you’re going before joining traffic. For extra peace of mind you can choose a car hire deal that includes a sat-nav. This makes exploring Andalucia easier, and takes the stress out of driving to your destination.
Getting to your destination
Jerez de la Frontera
Famous for its sherry and renowned for its lively Andalucian culture, the lively city of Jerez is sure to captivate you.
It takes about 15 minutes to drive to Jerez from the airport. You can leave your car in one of the many car parks while you explore. Large car parks can be found at Plaza del Arenal, Calle Larga, Plaza de Madre de Dios, and Plaza del Cabello. You can save a lot of stress by making sure your hotel has parking before you book.
With its beautiful beaches, historic buildings, and excellent seafood, Cadiz is a contender for one of the most romantic destinations on the Spanish coast.
It takes about 35 minutes to drive to Cadiz from Jerez Airport. There are roughly nine car parks inside the walls of the old town, and eight outside. Prices range from €1.20 to €1.35 (about 88p-99p), and some car parks offer all day parking for €16-18 (about £11.76-£13.23).
Oranges grow wild on the streets, flamenco dancers draw crowds in tiny tabernas, and if you eat dinner before 10pm it’s considered lunch. Our top eight things to do in Seville should help you make the best of your time in this sizzling city.
If you can’t find flights to Seville, you can fly to Jerez instead. It only takes an hour to drive to downtown Seville from Jerez Airport. It can be tricky to find parking in downtown Seville. It’s best to book a hotel with a car park and leave your vehicle there while you explore the city. If you do want to bring your car there are some car parks near popular attractions like the Barrio Santa Cruz and Arenal. Parking for an hour costs €1.30 to €1.45 (about 96p-£1.07), and if you want to leave your car all day it will cost between €13 and €17 (£9.55-£12.50) depending on where you park.
Prices subject to change