We are pleased to have a the opportunity to offer our customers cheap car rental rates from all of the Canary Islands smaller airports.
The Canary Islands have a number of municipal airports that are used by the major budget airlines. In some cases, the local airports are located a fair distance from the cities that they are servicing and public transport to and from them can be sporadic at best.
Begin your holiday in the Canary Islands with car rental using two of Britain's leading car hire companies. We offer online bookings quoting discounted car hire in the Canary Isles.
Both of our car rental suppliers have specialist telephone staff on hand for any extra questions that you may have before or after renting a car.
Heavenly El Hierro, one of the most relaxing holidays on offer in the Canary Islands.
The Canary Islands are situated in a prime location off the coast of North West Africa. An autonomous community of Spain, this seven island archipelago of volcanic origin are situated in the Atlantic Ocean.
The islands were first conquered by Norman noblemen in 1402 and were reigned by the King of the Canaries, Juan de Bethencourt. Before long the Canary Islands were incorporated into the trading routes and utilized as resting places from those New World crusades. At this time, the islands of Tenerife and Gran Canaria became considerably wealthy with stunning architecture shooting up across the landscapes. At this time in the islands’ histories, everybody wanted to get in on the action and was when pirate activity was especially rife.
The islands of the Canaries include, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Tenerife, La Graciosa, El Hierro, La Palms and La Gomera. The biggest island of them all is that of hot and dry Tenerife with developed resorts of Los Cristianos and Playas de Las Americas situated in the south. Third largest is that of Gran Canaria offering variety of scenery as well as in climate.
La Palma’s top sightseeing attraction is its Caldera de Taburiente in the north. Situated in the Parque Nacional de la Caldera de Taburiente, at ten kilometres wide, this is said to be the world’s largest crater.
Lanzarote offers dramatic scenery, lively resorts like Puerto del Carmen. This is where to find mountain ranges, deserts, delightful beaches that stretch for miles and close proximity to the ‘island of eternal springs’, Fuerteventura. The oldest of all the Canary Islands, Fuerteventura, was the newest to be introduced to the glories of a flourishing tourism trade.
La Gomera has UNESCO protection for its magnificent Garajonay National Park. The island’s claim to fame is that it was the last port of call Columbus used on the way to the New World in 1492 and offers his house in San Sebastian as a sight seeing attraction.