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  • Airport Code: FNI
  • Country: France
  • Nearest City: Nimes
  • Timezone: UTC +1
  • Official Website: http://www.nimesairport.com/
  • Address: 30800 Saint-Gilles, France
  • Coordinates: 43.75 , 4.416667
  • Distance to City: 14km
  • Terminals: 1
  • Airport Phone: 33 0 466704922
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About Car Hire at Nimes Airport

Nîmes Airport or Nîmes-Alès-Camargue-Cévennes Airport is located in the village of Saint-Gilles near Garons, 9 km south-southeast of the city of Nîmes, France. Also known as Garons Airport or Nîmes Garons Airport, it serves the Provence region, including the Camargue area, the Cévennes, and the communes of Nîmes and Alès in the Gard department. As well as running commercial flights from budget carrier Ryanair, Nimes also serves as a naval air base.

Suggested Car Hire Day Trips from Nimes

Montpellier: Lively university town and capital of Herault, Montpellier has many theatres, opera houses, museums, and art galleries to entertain, as well as the buzzing atmosphere of the Place de la Comedie.

Cap d'Agde: One of the liveliest seaside resorts in France, the Cap d'Agde nestles on the glittering Languedoc coast between the Camargue and the gorges of the Hérault river.

Avignon: Avignon is famous as the city to which the Popes fled Rome in the 14th century. Le Palais des Papes, which they built on their arrival in Avignon, is the world's biggest Gothic building.

Aigues-Mortes: A well-preserved medieval walled city near the sea.

Le Pont du Gard, Remoulins: This huge Roman aqueduct is a UNESCO World Heritage site that was once part of a 50km canal supplying fresh water to Nimes. There is an excellent museum beside the aqueduct.