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Do you need a car on the island of Fuerteventura? In QuarentaCars you will find cheap car hire Fuerteventura and pick up comfortably at the airport, in Costa Calma, Puerto del Carmen and Jandia. Explore one of the most impressive coasts of the Canary Islands by driving the perfect car with the best conditions.
QuarentaCars offers you the possibility to book a car hire Fuerteventura airport, Puerto del Rosario, Costa Calma and Jandia.
The island of Fuerteventura has an excellent connection with the rest of the archipelago and with the main European destinations; through different ports and the airport.
If you visit the island by plane you can use our car rental comparison engine to book car hire Fuerteventura airport which is located in Puerto del Carmen, the capital of the island, only 5 kilometres from the town centre.
Our services of car rental in Canary Islands airports:
Fuerteventura airport car hire companies in all segments: premium, intermediate and low cost, have a complete coverage with cars available in the terminal, Corralejo, Costa Caleta, and the most important points of the island.
Avis Car Hire Fuerteventura / Budget Fuerteventura:
+34 928 092 330
Avda Nuestra Señora Carmen 70
Las Palmeras Shopping Centre Loc 5b
+34 928 092 330
Hotel Rio Calma
Artistas Canarios 8, Street
+34 928 092 330
Get to know the best places to visit on the island of Fuerteventura
Crystal clear waters, dreamy beaches, reddish landscapes and a fertile interior; make Fuerteventura a special island in the Canary archipelago. Because of its immense dunes and arid hills, some make a comparison on a scale with the Sahara, others see it as an oasis.
Like all the islands in the archipelago, Fuerteventura’s climate is unbeatable all year round, so from this point of view, any time of year is good for exploring the island.
If price is important to you, and you want to get good deals on car hire Fuerteventura, then the best time to visit the island is during the low season, between the months of March and November.
Puerto del Rosario, the island’s capital, is located 5 kilometres from the airport. To take the pulse of the city, you must walk around the port. During your visit, a walk through the streets leading to the old town and the market square is highly recommended. A characteristic of the house gardens is their abundance of trees and flowers.
If you arrive in the city with the intention of finding a bargain, you should visit the Avenida 1 de Mayo and Calle León Castillo, the commercial streets of the city.
Driving routes in Fuerteventura north:
Casillas del Ángel
10 km east of Puerto del Rosario. The church of Santa Ana (1871), not very visible from the road, holds a great surprise. Its square is surrounded by trees and the black porch of the bell tower marks a strong contrast with the rest of the immaculate white architecture. A stroll through the village allows you to see the picturesque brick coloured country houses. The local craftsmanship is most authentic, as demonstrated by Doña Catalina Méndez, who has maintained the family tradition of making bags, carpets and villas. With palm fibres, they are used to make cheese trays, brooms and hats.
15 km from Tenerife, 25 km from Puerto del Rosario Amongst old mills, herds of goats and white houses, this town that seems to be asleep, preserves the remains of a church with large buttresses and stone corners from the time when it was the capital of the island.
Here you will find the Casa de los Coroneles and the Canary Islands Craft Centre, the latter with a collection of modern art from the area.
12 km northwest of La Oliva. The modest church is dedicated to the church of Buen Viaje, the castle of Rico Roque (1743) and the lighthouse, from where the view embraces the ocean of turquoise waters, and where the foam of the waves dies on the white sand speckled with black rocks.
42 km north of Puerto del Rosario. This town is bustling with tourism. Lanzarote can be seen on the horizon, and in front of it, is the island of Lobos, towards which excursions are made.
5 km southeast of Corralejo. As you leave the hustle and bustle of Corralejo, you suddenly enter the desert. It is a small desert of golden dunes and, on the horizon, a mirage appears, which is the sea.
As we continue on the road to Puerto del Rosario, we enter the badlands. There is not a single village for kilometres, but as we advance little by little, from the road, roads lead to the sea. The first one you come across will take you to a nice beach which will probably be deserted.
Routes by car in Fuerteventura south:
30 km southwest of Puerto del Rosario. If there is one place worth visiting in Fuerteventura it is Betancuria. Founded in 1405 by the conqueror Juan de Bethancourt, and former capital of the island, it is located in an idyllic valley. One can’t get enough of wandering through its paved streets flanked by beautiful houses that highlight their porticos.
Located in the cathedral square, the Church of Santa Maria (17th century) stands out, with a polychrome altarpiece and a wooden statue of the Virgin Santa Catalina from the 15th century on the high altar. It also houses important pieces of silverwork and the flag of the conquest, the banner that Bethancourt waved on his arrival. As well as the Museum of Sacred Art and the House of Santa Maria.
Vega of Rio de Palmas
2 km south of Betancuria. The road that links Betancuria with Vega de Rio Palmas is a marvel. Palm trees and vegetable crops follow one another along the riverbank, surrounded by stone walls, and the white or brick farmhouses rise up with a picturesque air over the terraced fields. In the village’s flowery wooded square, opposite the church of Nuestra Señora de la Peña (1666), rest the goats and dogs that watch over it.
Just past the reservoir, among the rocks, is the small chapel of the Virgen de la Peña, which pilgrims come to all year round.
8 km south of Betancuria. The road runs along the slope of the hillside of this desert region where only agaves grow. In the surroundings of La Pájara, the passing of time erodes the brick houses. With a bit of luck it is possible to witness the almost biblical scene of a dromedary turning a waterwheel to draw water from a well. The church, surrounded by a splendid garden, has a stone portal sculpted with Aztec elements. Inside is the statue of Our Lady of Regla, which was probably brought from Mexico.
60 km south of Puerto del Rosario. Leaving Tarajalejo behind in the direction of Morro del Jable, a road begins with a wild beauty, where the black rock cliffs and numerous coves precede a forest of pines and cactus, giving rise to a landscape of dunes that extends to huge beaches bathed in turquoise water and a lagoon without a reef.
From Morro del Jable there is a 20 km road that leads to the most extreme point of the island, Punta del Tigre, where the beaches extend infinitely towards the west. A real paradise for divers and loners.
If you’re one of those who prefers to explore in freedom, definitely worth hiring a car in Fuerteventura. Remember that with what it would cost a couple of coffees, you can book car hire Fuerteventura airport, starting from 8 pounds per day with unlimited mileage.
Before making your reservation, please clarify all your doubts.
When making your reservation on Fuerteventura, be clear about these issues:
During the high season, from December to March, we suggest that you confirm your reservations 10 days in advance to find good prices. For the rest of the year, a week’s notice is the optimum time to get good deals.
Yes, you can pay for your reservation by debit or credit card. Rental agencies have restrictions on receiving cash and prepaid card payments.
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.
You can save between 50% and 70% with AXA Seguros protection compared to the coverage offered by the agencies.
A good deal for a small car hire in Fuerteventura is around 8 pounds per day for a seven-day period. Ford Ka and Volkswagen UP are among the brands available on the island.
For 7-day trips, the price of a 7 seater car hire Fuerteventura is approximately 16 £/day. Volkswagen Caddy Maxi and Ford Galaxy, is part of our selection of 7-seater minivans.
If you choose a 9 seater car hire Fuerteventura for one week, the price is approximately 39 £ per day. Among other minibuses, we have the Peugeot Traveller and the Opel Vivaro.
You can book car hire Fuerteventura airport with full/full fuel policy. You receive the vehicle full of fuel and return it full, with no extra charge for refuelling.
Normally, car hire Fuerteventura airport includes unlimited mileage, which you can check in the mileage policy section.
It’s not allowed to hire a car in Fuerteventura airport to board a ferry, and it’s even penalised by most of the rental agencies in the region.
Enjoy the freedom and travel the Canaries from coast to coast with unlimited kilometres.
Choose with confidence the transparency of the full to full fuel policy.
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