Malia Center


Rent a car in Malia

We are pleased to inform our customers that we have recently established a physical office in the beautiful town of Malia, located on the island of Crete. This development allows us to better serve our customers by providing a convenient location for them to collect their rental cars.

At our Malia office, our friendly and knowledgeable staff will be on hand to assist you with the full rental service. From the moment you arrive, you can expect a warm welcome and professional support to ensure a smooth and hassle-free experience. Our team is dedicated to providing excellent customer service, and will be happy to address any questions or concerns you may have.

In addition to the convenience of our physical office, our location in Malia offers easy access to some of the most stunning landscapes and attractions in Crete. Whether you are visiting for the beautiful beaches, historical sites, or vibrant nightlife, having a rental car at your disposal will allow you to explore the island at your leisure.

We are committed to providing our customers with a seamless and enjoyable rental experience, and we are confident that our new office in Malia will further enhance our ability to deliver on this promise. We look forward to welcoming you at our Malia office and providing you with the exceptional service that we are known for.

Malia Pick up and Drop off Instructions

Pick Up: In Malia we have 2 types of service.
The first one is from you to walk on our physical location so you can come and collect the car by your self our friendly staff will provide you full car rental service.
The second one is Hotel Delivery we can deliver you the vehicle right outside your door, no matter where your villa is located. If you stay in a hotel, the meeting point will be at the reception area.
Drop off: Also we offer 2 types of service.
The first one is you drop off the car on our physical location.
The second one is we can come and collect the car by your choosen location.

Our office at Malia bellow

Our Exactly office address:,25.4554791,3a,75y,10.33h,82.27t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sHMnHUJ5Ibhk3ssw8P8JfHQ!2e0!!7i16384!8i8192?entry=ttu


We are available for 24 hours upon request, but there is a fee for late night delivery (25 euro). For late night drop off there is not a fee and we will inform you about the drop off instructions at the time of car delivery

Learn more about Malia

The Municipality of Hersonissos is an area that truly has something to keep everyone happy! Beaches, history, sports, nightlife and tradition. Malia town offers a small maze of traditional streets in the old village to explore, with hidden gems in terms of taverns, bars and shops. As one walks towards the lush sandy beaches of the area, the nightlife scene emerges with chic cocktail bars and the occasional nightclub for those wanting to catch the next sunrise. From a historical aspect, Malia’s many little churches offer insight into recent history while the famous Minoan Palace of Sarpidon, is one of the most important archaeological sites in Crete and home to the ‘bee’ pendant. Stalis has almost joined its borders with Malia but is the more calming sibling. A long stretch of shops, restaurants and bars running alongside the beachfront offer the perfect setting for those evening strolls.

Hersonissos is home to the Lychnostatis museum for those interested in taking a peak into local culture and the traditional lifestyle. In the vicinity, one can also find extreme sports available and large rave parties organised at different times throughout the summer season. The majority of Hersonissos town is modern with a wide variety of shops all along the long stretch of the main road. Walking along the seafront can be preferable and at the end, one finds the port with a minuscule white church overlooking the fishing boats. During Greek Orthodox Easter is a great time to see the port come to life with locals attending to pay their respects. The more traditional feel of a village can be found just above Hersonissos, in Piskopiano and Koutouloufari villages. These are both just a short – yet, uphill – walk from the main street.

We are using cookies to provide statistics that help us give you the best experience of our site. You can find out more or switch them off if you prefer. However, by continuing to use the site without changing settings, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Read more »