Rolling into Santiago in your rental car

 
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Santiago is certainly one of Spain's most monumental towns. The town is named after the Apostle Saint James ("Santiago"), who is buried here.

It has, for centuries, attracted guests from all over the world, and still does. The town has a feeling all its own, which is underscored by its particular architectural fashion.

It's lively, too, a college town, with one of the oldest and grandest Universit- ies and a large num- ber of stu- dents, so their youth bounces round the historical walls.

And, if you love seafood, then there is no better sea-food than in Galicia. So, it may be monumental, but it's sure got a lot to offer, and it's one of the great cultural centers of the continent, and of course, you can find our outlets, right here.

To find out about touring the Gallic region, using a hire car,
go here . . .

 
     
 

Santiago de Compostela car hire drop off and pick up locations

 
     
 
Location Address
Aeropuerto Labacolla
Santiago De Compestela
Spain 15820

Loction Information

Alamo/National Atesa counter in the terminal. Please note that you may be required to leave a deposit upon collection of the vehicle. Please ensure that you have a credit card with you in the main drivers name, and it has available funds to cover any deposits required. This will be taken in the form of a credit card swipe.


 
 
     
 
Location Address
Hostal reyes Catolicos
Plaza del Obradoiro,1
Santiago De Compostela
Spain

Loction Information

Counter in reception area. Please note that you may be required to leave a deposit upon collection of the vehicle. Please ensure that you have a credit card with you in the main drivers name, and it has available funds to cover any deposits required. This will be taken in the form of a credit card swipe


 
 
     
 
Location Address
Avenida De Lugo No 2 Bajo
Railway Station
La Coruna
Santiago De Compostela
15702

Loction Information

Alamo/National Atesa counter in the reception area. Please note that you may be required to leave a deposit upon collection of the vehicle. Please ensure that you have a credit card with you in the main drivers name, and it has available funds to cover any deposits required. This will be taken in the form of a credit card swipe.


 
 
     
 

Exact Santiago de Compostela location opening times will be displayed as part of the booking process.

Also all information relating to extras such as roofracks or baby seats can be seen and booked as part of the booking process.

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The best way to use your hire car to explore the Galicia region

Its monastries, churches, palaces, old streets and houses, combined with its spiritual and cultural significance, have given Santiago a place in the list of UNESCO World Heritage cities.

There are wonderful plazas, and a truly magnificent 11th century Cathedral, and about a million other things to toole round in your rental car and see. And see. And see. and then fall over and sleep. And the best place to do that is the plateresque-style Parador, which was once an inn for pilgrims, and the Baroque Convent of San Martiño Pinario. In the Old Quarter are lots of little shops, cafés, great bars offering many tasty treats and mouth-watering seafood restaurants. It is a delight to wander around.

When you can drag yourself away from Santiago, it's a short run to Rias Baixas, which consists of four large rias or estuaries. Beautiful scenery, 'blue flag´ beaches and a mild climate, in a fishing town with great seafood. Dive on!.

This is a region of charming villages set in an emerald landscape. Among the more interesting villages there is Muros, a fine, old-fashioned granite Gallego town. Also Noia, a town full of Celtic legends. Cambados, the capital of the Albariño wine districtis worth a visit, as well as A Toxa one of the most stylish resorts in Galicia. You can get from the resort by a bridge to O Grove, a fishing port and family resort.

You can pick up a vehicle, for that's the best way of to check out Galicia, at our locations in Santiago listed above. If you are new driver in Spain, please refer to our"Driving Regulations" page. If you are intending to ramble round Nothern Spain a bit, then probably our "Places to Stay" pages, and perhaps, a look at our "Places to See" page, would be helpful.

 

 
 
 



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