Gibraltar - Airport, Spain

Pick-up type:

Terminal rental counter and pick-up

Directions to desk

Avis & Budget will process your car collection at the Airport’s Avis Budget Office as usual. You will then need to follow signs to walk 10 minutes to the Santa Barbara Parking to collect your car. This will require you to cross the border into Spain so you will need to show your passport at this point. The Avis Budget staff will be at your disposal in the car park to assist you when you return the vehicle. For out of office hours, you can deposit your keys in the key box located with the security guard in the car park´s office. When entering the car park, please leave the ticket inside the vehicle on top of the dashboard.

Supplier details


Office In Terminal Gib Airport, Linea Concepcion, 11300

Opening Hours
Sun10:00 - 13:00
15:00 - 21:00
Mon09:00 - 19:00
Tue09:00 - 19:00
Wed09:00 - 20:30
Thu09:00 - 20:30
Fri09:00 - 19:00
Sat10:00 - 17:00

24 Hour return:

Budget rental cars at the Airport of Gibraltar can be returned 24 hours a day using the key drop box facility

Useful Information

Drivers Age

26 to 99 Years

Young Drivers Age: 21 to 25 Years Charge 21.17 EUR per Day Maximum 201.33 EUR Includes 21% Tax

Customers who fall outside the age limitations will not be able to rent a car unless there is a young or senior driver fee specified in this section. Please note that, if applicable, this fee will be included in the rental price and will be payable on arrival at the rental desk in the local currency.

Travel Restrictions

Balearic Islands:

Sorry, vehicles cannot be taken out of Spain.

You are not allowed to use the vehicle by transporting it on board any kind of boat, train, lorry or plane.

Mainland Spain:

"You are only allowed to use the vehicle in the following countries:

Germany, Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Vatican City, Spain, France, Finland, the Netherlands, Italy,

Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Portugal, Republic of San Marino, Sweden and Switzerland; and Gibraltar. Vehicles are

not authorised to be driven on any islands of the aforementioned countries. It is prohibited to take or transport the

Vehicle to the autonomous cities of Ceuta and Melilla from any point in Spain, between the Spanish mainland and

the Islands (Balearic and/or Canary Islands) or between the Islands.

You are not allowed to use the vehicle by transporting it on board any kind of boat, train, lorry or plane (except with

the Rental Company’s express authorisation in writing)."