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Car Hire Las Palmas, Gran Canaria

About Las Palmas Airport, Gran Canaria

Las Palmas Airport is located on the east coast of Gran Canaria and is the Canary Island's busiest airport. More than 10 million passengers travel through the airport annually. The airport is about 18km from Las Palmas, the capital of Gran Canarias. Popular resorts including Playa del Ingles and Maspalomas a 25 minute drive away, and Puerto Ric,o on the southwest coast of the island, is 40 minutes away.

Gran Canaria Airport has one, three-story terminal building. The Arrivals Hall is on the ground floor, and Departures is on the first floor. The Arrivals and Departure Areas are divided into 3 zones - European Union (A), International (B) and Inter-island (C).

When you arrive at Gran Canaria Airport, make your way to the Arrivals Hall, where you will find the car rental desks. Present your Nova Car Hire booking receipt at the relevant desk and you will be directed to your car.

About Las Palmas, Gran Canaria

Gran Canaria has been called a continent in miniature, and it's a pretty fair description. Rent a car in Las Palmas and you can get a taste of the island’s immense diversity over the course of a weekend. If the bustle of the capital Las Palmas de Gran Canaria gets a little intense, head to the north of the island and the laid-back vibe of Arucas or Teror, with its charming houses and farmers’ markets. Drive back to the shore for spectacular coastlines studded with white sandy coves and purpose-built holiday resorts.