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MPV Hire in the Canaries

Cheap 7,8 and 9 Seater Car Hire Canaries – Big Savings

Off to the Canaries and asking where can I find compare budget 7 seater car hire at the cheapest prices? The answer is here. Simply enter your vacation dates and view the wide range of MPV hiring options including MPV’s that can seat 6,7 or 8 passengers. These are all self drive and should be booked well in advance of your trip to the Canary islands. Book today it is easy! Any other reason I should book a minibus? Yes it gives much more comfort and you will have no issues with leg room or extra storage space.

Seven beautiful islands make up the Canary Island chain, the most notable being the island of Tenerife. These seven islands located near Morocco have provided a great place for many holidayers from all over the world to lay back and enjoy themselves. The volcanic activity has left some great nature on some islands, and not so much on others. Many people enjoy themselves by taking world-class boat trips to other islands and lay in the sun. Most people consider the blend of Spanish, Latin, and African food to be unique to only this part of the world. Also, people love to drink some of the world-famous beer and wine.

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Recommended drives in Canary Islands

Tenerife has many museums, a testament to rich history and culture. It also has wonderful mountain ranges for those wanting to leave the city life behind. What was once a poor Banana-growing island has now exploded with tourism since the 80s. No trip to Tenerife is complete without visiting El Teide. The highest mountain in Spain has a cable car that is known to cause altitude sickness. If not a fan of heights, do some hiking in places not as high like Parque Rural de Anaga. Tenerife is also a favorite destination for people who love to Scuba dive. Don’t skip out on seeing La Laguna – a World Heritage Site!

La Gomera
This unspoiled and beautiful island is just 40 minutes from Tenerife and is frequently visited by those who love to hike! The national park on the island adds to the great lush greenery that can be seen and hiked through. With a variety of different plant life, you’ll certainly find yourself wanting to become a botanist! Garajonay National Park, the UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of the most important sights on the island. You can also visit the waterfall near El Cedro. If you have the adrenaline, you should really consider mountain biking here. Head through awesome forests to get to great beaches like Alojera.

La Palma
La Palma, also known as The Beautiful Island, has a population of just under a hundred thousand. The main attraction of this island is the great countryside more so than the towns, honestly. As lovely as they are, nothing compared to the gorgeous countryside. Places like Los Tilos offer great walks through dense jungles and spooky tunnels. If you take the ancient GR130 walk you can follow the trail of old donkey paths. The entire walk would take around a week at walking for 8 hours a day, this is more reserved for the walking enthusiasts! While on the island of La Palma, don’t forget to see the Ruta del Volcanoes as well!

Best time to visit the Canary Islands

The summer months are the best but if you go off season then the price of car rental will be much cheaper.

Driving in the Canaries

The Canary Islands have similar road rules to the rest of Spain. Drinking and driving is illegal, tickets can be given, and you should drive considerately and watch out for wildlife. You drive on the right on the Canary Islands as well. The blood alcohol limit while driving is 0.08%. If inside of the small towns, the speed limit is generally 50km/h. Open road is around 90-100km/h while motorways have a speed limit of 120km/h.

Speed limits:
Urban areas: 50kph.
National highways: 90kph.
Motorways: 120kph.

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