Which is the best car hire in Fuerteventura?
Based on feedback from over 10,000 customers who hired a car at at Fuerteventura Airport, Enterprise have the best customer satisfaction rating with a score of 8.3.
What do I need to hire a car in Fuerteventura?
To hire a car in Fuerteventura, you need a full driving licence that you’ve held for at least a year, or sometimes two. You will also usually need another proof of ID, such as your passport. You do not need an International Driving Permit to drive in Fuerteventura if you have a UK licence.
Is it easy to drive in Fuerteventura?
Driving in Fuerteventura is usually easy and stress-free and as long as you follow the rules and you stick to the right side of the road, you should be perfectly fine.
Can you take a hire car from Lanzarote to Fuerteventura?
Most car hire companies indicate in their terms and conditions that you can’t take their cars off the island they were rented from. Also keep in mind that these ferries are more for residents with cars and delivery vehicles, which aren’t as pleasant as the ferry Fuerteventura Lanzarote trip that Lineas Romeo offers.
Do you need a car on Fuerteventura?
Although Fuerteventura is a small island, it’s still useful to have a car for getting around. You really do need a car to access some of the more remote parts of the island.
What is the best area to stay in Fuerteventura?
Best resorts and areas in Fuerteventura
- Best place to stay in Fuerteventura for couples: Corralejo.
- Best place to stay in Fuerteventura for families: Caleta de Fuste.
- Quiet & relaxing location: El Cotillo.
- Amazing beaches: Morro Jable.
- Perfect place to stay for surfers: Costa Calma.
- Local atmosphere: Puerto del Rosario.
Do you need a car in Fuerteventura?
To get the most out of your stay on Fuerteventura, we recommend that you rent a car. Many of the Island’s best beaches are only accessible by car (or by a very infrequent bus), and the same applies to some of the Island’s prettiest villages, such as Betancuria.
What is the drink drive limit in Lanzarote?
0.25mg is the legal alcohol limit in general, so there really isn’t much tolerance for drinking and driving in Lanzarote at all. Drink driving is measured in blood alcohol, in a certain number of milligrams of alcohol per 100 millilitres of blood.