Car rental Gran Canaria
Playa del Ingles
Gran Canaria is the second most populous island of the Canary Islands. The highest mountain is the Pico de las Nieves of 1949 m, which is reinforced by the rock formations of Nublo Roque and Roque Redondo. The southern part of the island is the most popular among tourists, with sandy beaches like Playa del Ingles and Maspalomas. The island was inhabited from 3000 BC by the Guanches, and was conquered by Spain in the 15th century. Why don't you take your rental car for a spin and explore the island with comfort?
A ideal vacation destination for golf enthousiasts
Gran Canaria is a top attraction for golf lovers. The Cortijo Golf Center is near the airport of Gran Canaria. Nearby is El Cortijo Club de Campo, an oasis boasting six beautiful lakes and six hundred palm trees of over a hundred years old. A visit is definitely recommended. Gran Canaria is encircled by roads, which extend into the mountain areas, so it's very convenient to get around by car hire. If you want to rent a car in Gran Canaria, compare the prices of car rental Gran Canaria at holidaycars.com and book early with no hidden costs.
Tour around "Holiday Island" with car rental
Dunes and palm groves dominate the sunny south and further north you will find lush mountains, hot volcanoes, deep canyons and impressive panoramas. Gran Canaria is a real holiday island with beautiful beaches and plenty of accommodation options, restaurants, shops, sports and entertainment. Car rental in Gran Canaria is the best way to get around and to discover the hidden charms of the island.
This is the capital of the island of Gran Canaria and the province of Las Palmas. In the old part of the capital stand a magnificent Gothic cathedral and several interesting monuments. In Las Palmas you can also visit the home of Christopher Columbus. Car rental in Gran Canaria is especially desirable to drive around the city and explore more of the island.
This large bird park is located in the south of the island, called Palmitos Park. It was burnt in the summer of 2007 by forest fires. The market held every Tuesday in the fishing town of Arguineguin is the largest of the island. Arguineguin is easily accessible by a rental car.
Above the whitewashed houses in Agaete on the northwest coast crosses the red dome of the Iglesia de la Concepción, and there are many plantations of papaya, coffee and avocados. It is known for its seafood. From Agaete are there boat trips to the other Canary Islands.