Car hire in Denia
We offer a wide range of car hire in Denia on the costa blanca coast in Spain, ranging from small economic cars that best suit a couple traveling alone on holiday, to large family cars and minivans where the whole family can travel together. We also have cars with automatic transmission, SUV`s, and premium or family full size cars. Whatever you need, short term or long term we have a rental car that will suit you.
Tired of been charged extras? We offer all inclusive car hire in Denia, at Alicante and Valencia Airport and surrounding areas Costa Blanca North. Our rates are all inclusive with full cover, no excess and no deposit, meaning that you don’t have to leave a deposit when you pick up the car.
Denia you explore best in a rental car, and if you need 7 or 9 seater car hire in Denia, it is cheaper to rent than two small cars, as well as savings on gasoline costs etc. With a seven or nine seater car, it will allow bigger families or golf groups to travel together so nobody misses day trips to the beach or other adventures in Denia. Book you car rental early, because all 7 and 9 seater cars are highly requested, with limited availability, especially in Easter and the summer months between June and September.
Driving an automatic car hire in Denia is a great way to explore Costa Blanca, and BlancaCars.com makes it easy for you to hire a car with automatic transmission. An automatic transmission gives far greater ease of driving as you are unencumbered by constantly using the clutch and as you shift gears. In cities where stop-starts are frequent in heavy traffic, automatic cars can help create a less stressful environment for drivers as they navigate crowded roads. For those travelling through hilly terrain an automatic car can also be a huge advantage as it prevents ‘rollback’ upon starting from a stop on a large incline.
In Spain EU-approved labeling applies and children must sit in a car seat until they are 135cm tall. When you’re choosing your car hire in Denia, think practically about how much space you’ll need for car seats, as well as luggage and any other baby kit you’re taking. Look at how many doors the vehicle has and choose a car with four doors, as putting children in car seats is hard work in two-door models.
If you’ve rented a child seat in Denia or at the airports, first of all check that it is the seat you ordered and it works for your age of child. Give the seat a once-over before fitting it, checking the harnesses are adjustable and work properly, and making sure there’s no damage. If you’re unsure on how to fit it, ask a member of staff for advice.
Cheap car hire Denia
Heading to Denia and need the cheapest rental car? Millions of tourists each year rent a car at Alicante Airport and Valencia Airport, and in the high season it may sometimes be difficult to get the kind of car that you want. Then it is good to be aware of a few things when renting a cheap car in Denia, so your holiday in Spain get as hassle-free as possible from the start to the end.
If you need the cheapest rental car for your stay in Denia, it is easiest to book it for pickup when you arrive at Alicante airport, or Valencia Airport. Then you can easily return it when you return to your home country, and you do not need alternative transport to and from Alicante and Valencia Airport.
Car hire tips Denia
Good tips about car rental in Deniacar rental in Denia. They will help you to find a car hire in Denia, and ensure that everything runs smoothly, and you can focus on enjoying your holiday. Read: 15 tips for affordable car hire in Denia.
#1 Rent a car in Denia online – In most cases it is much cheaper to book a car online, than wait to hire a car when you have landed at Alicante or Valencia Airport. If you wait to the last minute, prices will be higher, less cars to choose from, and you may have to settle for a rental car that does not fit you and your family on your holiday.
#2 Book your car early – As with airplane tickets it is advisable to book your car hire in Denia as soon as possible. A good rule is to book a car when you know when you are flying to Alicante or Valencia. If you book your car early on internet you will save a lot compared to if you wait until closely to departure. During holidays and festivals this is particularly important because of the lack of rental cars in Denia.
#3 Do not forget the size of your luggage – Many believe that the cheapest rental cars are the smallest, and this is also the car type that is ordered most of. What many do not consider is that the whole family should sit comfortably, and in addition to that it should be plenty of space for luggage. Choose a midsize car with more space. Surprisingly enough, it could be at least as cheap as a small car.
#4 Be prepared and save time – Make sure you bring a copy of your order on car hire in Denia, reservation number, driver’s license, passport and credit card. Car companies have high demand and very often you can experience a big queue. Do you have this ready when it’s your turn, you will save time.
#5 Check your car when you pick it up – This is an important. Even when you are in a hurry or feel tired, it is worth taking the time to check the car carefully. You are responsible for the damage to the car. Make sure all scratches and dents are mentioned in the contract. Otherwise, they may try to charge you for damage done by the previous tenant. Same goes for the interior. Use your mobile to make a video and take pictures around the vehicle. Then you have evidence of what condition the car was when you got it.
Denia short guide
Dénia is a historical coastal city in the province of Alicante, Spain, on the Costa Blanca halfway between Alicante and Valencia, and the capital and judicial seat of the comarca of Marina Alta. Denia’s historical heritage has been influenced by Iberian, Greek, Roman, Islamic, Napoleonic and Christian civilizations. As of 2014, it had a population of 41,672, although this is more than doubled by tourism during the summer months.
Dénia is a port city on the Mediterranean coast of eastern Spain. The walls of Dénia Castle dominate a hilltop by the marina. Its ruins also host the Archaeological Museum, with Roman artifacts found nearby. The Toy Museum explores Dénia’s rich toy-making heritage. The Ethnological Museum, in a 19th-century townhouse, has displays on local life. Nearby are the baroque Assumption Church and the arcaded City Hall.
Denia enjoys almost twenty kilometres of coastline. To the north of the town, there are beaches of fine sand and shallow waters, such as Les Marines, LAlmadrava, Les Deveses, Les Bovetes and els Palmars, To the south lie a series of small coves along the rocky coast, known as Les Rotes, which is a paradise for fishermen and divers.
Denia lies in a fertile plain, backed by mountains. The Montgó Mountain, which separates Denia and Javea, is the major landmark of the area.
Car rental destinations close to Denia on Costa Blanca North
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