- Keyless access
- 4 doors
- 5 seats
- 3 big suitcases
- 1 small suitcases
- Full to Full policy
- Air conditioning
- Android Auto
- Apple CarPlay
- Rear-view camera
- Security deposit taken 24h before the rental
- Theft Protection
- Collision Damage Waiver
Car rental with Liigu app — how it works?
You'll feel like your own car is waiting for you at Alicante airport!
Yes, with Liigu you go straight to the car and drive off. No stopping at the rental desk! Liigu app will give you precise directions on where the car is located and how to get there. You will also use the app to unlock and lock the car doors and to start and end the rental. It’s that easy!
Not arriving at the airport? No worries! With Liigu you can pick up your rental car in Alicante downtown or railway station. All our cars have an automatic transmission that makes driving on narrow streets easier.
Liigu is perfect for traveling with family. You can easily add child seats to your rental and have them installed before picking up the car. If you have pets, take them with you! Well-behaved furry friends are more than welcome on board. All Liigu cars are carefully cleaned and disinfected for your safety. If you need to change your plans, we offer free cancellation up to 24h before your rental starts.
The best way to explore the coast of Spain? By car!
Car rental is the most convenient way for discovering the Eastern part of Spain and stunning beaches along Costa Blanca.
Alicante region is a popular tourist destination. Therefore, we recommend planning more time for your road trips, especially during summer. If you wish to drive along the coast, it’s a good idea to rent an SUV or a more spacious car for your maximum comfort.
Some driving regulations in Spain are good to know in advance. First, when going to the beach, avoid parking near the sand. If the area happens to be under environmental protection, parking there can result in a very high fine. Second, in Spain it is not allowed to drive without wearing a shirt, being barefoot, wearing flip-flops, or one hand or arm outside the vehicle. The Spanish police typically don’t accept excuses from tourists, so if you’re driving, change to flip-flops no earlier than at the beach.
The speed limit in urban areas across Spain is typically 50 km/h (31 mph). The motorways have a maximum speed limit of 120 km/h (75 mph) and the rural roads — 90 km/h (55 mph).
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