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MPV Rentals Greece

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Boasting a balmy climate together with fabulous beaches and pastoral islands, Greece is a preferred holiday destination for sun-starved northern Europeans. The capital city of Athens is located on the mainland where attractions also include the archaeological site at Delphi and beaches such as Sani and Pelion. Greece car hire provides the most comfortable method of travelling around the mainland.

Public bus services are infrequent on some of the smaller Greek islands and rental cars are the way to go. Even on Crete, Rhodes and Naxos your own vehicle is more convenient for reaching the more out of the way sites and beaches. Lindos Acropolis is one the finest ancient sites in Greece and just 50kms from Rhodes Town. Samaria Gorge is one of a number of notable landmarks on Crete.

MPV Rentals offers a large selection of vehicles types including minivans, minibuses or 7,8 & 9 seater cars all available to rent in Greece. The range of vehicles includes the new Ford Espace and the ever popular Vauxhall Zafira. We are experts  in multi seater car rental with a size to suit all requirements. We also have a range of luxury MPV’s that can seat 12 or more customers just complete the booking request form , no payment needed.

If the booking engine does not provide the rental needed then complete the inquiry form or call the phone line we are here to help you.

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Recommended Car and MPV routes in Greece

The route from Athens to the Peloponnese is pleasant once the A8 has disappeared from the rearview mirror. Corinth has an interesting archaeological museum and is noted for its canal. Nafplio is a traditional seaside town and base for trips to ancient sites at Epidaurus and Mycenae.

The magnificence of Crete’s mountains and the villages nestled in them is awesome. From Heraklion or Malia, the Lasithi Plateau is an easy trip. Magnificent vistas, historic villages and the Diktaion Cave, said to be the birthplace of Zeus, ensure this destination is busy during peak holiday periods.

Best time to visit Greece

Greece’s summer season begins in May and runs through to October. The first two weeks of August are when many Greeks take their holidays and while Athens may be quiet, seaside resorts are not. Temperatures frequently hit 40°C in August anyway.

Driving in Greece

Roads have improved in Greece over the past two decades and there are now decent motorways on the mainland. Drivers have to pay tolls on some motorways. Athens has motorway links to Corinth and Thessaloniki. On the islands, main routes are also of a good standard, but rural and mountain roads can be very bendy.

Speed limits in urban districts: 50kph.
Motorway speed limits: 130kph.
Alcohol limit for drivers is 0.5 per cent. Police are empowered to conduct random breath tests.

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