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In QuarentaCars you can find cheap car hire Canary Islands with availability in all the main cities of the archipelago. Discover the natural and cultural diversity of the Canary Islands at your own pace, we will help you find the perfect car with the best conditions.
Through car rental comparison engine you can book car hire Canary Islands and collect your vehicle from the main islands of the archipelago: Gran Canaria, Tenerife, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura, La Palma, La Gomera and El Hierro.
“A journey of a thousand miles begins here.”
The Canarian archipelago is made up of 7 islands that are connected to each other and to the rest of the world by air and sea; therefore, this insular region has a network of airports and ports.
The region has eight airports distributed throughout the islands: Tenerife South Airport and Tenerife North Airport, Lanzarote-César Manrique, La Palma, Gran Canaria, La Gomera, Fuerteventura and El Hierro.
The Canary Islands also have 16 ports of general interest, distributed throughout the region with regular routes between the islands and the mainland. The most important are: Arrecife, Las Palmas, Santa Cruz, Playa Banca, Lobos, Órzala, Puerto del Rosario, Corralejo and San Sebastián de la Gomera.
Car Rental in Canary Islands:
Enjoy the freedom and travel the Canaries from coast to coast with unlimited kilometres.
Choose with confidence the transparency of the full/full fuel policy.
Cancel your reservation without charge 48 hours before the pick-up date.
Find out what you need to know to plan your trip to the Canary Islands.
The islands have good weather almost all year round, during July and August, the climate is hot and dry. While in spring and autumn, the weather is wetter, although with a much more pleasant temperature; if you’re one of those who prefers to avoid crowds and find good prices, this is the ideal time to visit the islands.
Winter, on the other hand, is mild and pleasant, compared to the harsh European winters, which is why it is the season with the most visitors.
The trip to the Canary Islands is essentially to be in contact with nature, so it is advisable to take comfortable clothes and shoes; and some clothes that cover from the strong trade winds and the sun. What you should not miss in your suitcase: waterproof jacket, jumper, sun cream, sunglasses, snorkel.
If you like to eat with all your senses, Canarian food will not leave you indifferent, as its dishes are colourful, moderately spicy and quite aromatic.
Being in the middle of the ocean, it is logical that fish forms an essential part of the Canarian diet; it is usually cooked on the grill accompanied by mojo and potatoes.
Mojo: a typical Canarian sauce with a base of red or green peppers, in some variations it is usually spicy, and all equally delicious for seasoning potatoes and fish.
Gofio: food made from wheat or corn flour mixed together, which usually accompanies some typical dishes of the islands. It has been widely consumed in much of Latin America.
The main holidays on the islands are:
If you like nature, physical activity and sports, you will have an extremely good time in the Canary Islands. The winds have not only shaped the landscape, but it is also revered by those who practice sailing and windsurfing.
For those who love water sports, you can (literally) immerse yourself in their hobby, as diving, deep-sea fishing and diving are widespread on the islands.
Golf lovers also have their place in the islands, as the golfing tradition goes back a long way, as it has the first golf course in the whole of Spain.
If your thing is to run and breathe the path, you will surely enjoy the innumerable and impressive hiking routes that are distributed throughout the archipelago.
One hour less in the Canary Islands
Due to its geographical location, the time in the Canary Islands is GMT +0, i.e., when it is 10:00 am in Tenerife, it is 11:00 am in Madrid.
One hour more in the Peninsula; one hour less in the Canary Islands.
The Guagua is leaving
On the islands the buses are called guaguas. They stop everywhere and pass regularly. An interesting way to mix with the canaries.
Hiring a car in the Canary Islands is the best way to visit the islands, taking control of your time and the places you want to visit.
We explain you why:
Clear up all your doubts before booking your car.
There are three key factors to take into account to book and get the best price. The location and type of vehicle, the distance you are going to travel and the coverage. To do this, answer these three questions:
You should take into account that the high season in the Canary Islands is during the winter, so we advise you to confirm your reservation with enough time to get better offers.
Yes, you can pay for your reservation by debit or credit card. Car rentals have restrictions on paying with cash and prepaid cards.
With AXA Seguros premium coverage, you can have maximum protection against theft and accidents with guaranteed reimbursement of up to £3,000 and full road assistance. All this for a fraction of the usual price.
The savings you can obtain with the protection of AXA Seguros is between 50% and 70% compared to the coverage offered by the agencies.
The cheapest price for a small car rental in the Canary Islands is around 8 £/day for a week. Citroën C1 and Toyota Aygo are some of the models we have on the islands.
For a week’s duration, the price for a 7 seater car rental in the Canary Islands is usually around 29 euros/day. Volkswagen Touran and Ford Galaxy, are on our list of 7-seater minivans.
If you rent a 9 seater car in the Canary Islands for a week, the price will be around 39 £ per day. Among other models, we have the Mercedes Vito and the Opel Vivaro.
You can rent a car in the Canary Islands with a full/full fuel policy. This means that you will receive a full vehicle and return it full, with no extra charge for refuelling.
Normally, the rates for car rental in the Canary Islands include unlimited mileage, which you can check in the mileage policy section.
It is not authorised to rent a car in the Canary Islands to take a ferry, in fact it is penalised by most of the rent a car companies in the region.