Car Hire at Jerez Airport
This information is correct as of July 2015. All data was retrieved on July 2015.
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Where to hire a car at Jerez Airport
Several car rental providers serve the airport of Jerez, with service desks located near the arrivals section of the terminal. Car rental companies, including Enterprise, Europcar, Avis/Budget, Goldcar, and Firefly, provide various types of cars, ranging from SUVs, family cars, and other options. The rental car parking is located in the General Car Park P1, while contact details for car hire companies can be found here. The rental companies would require drivers to present their driver's license, along with a credit card to confirm payments.
What to expect when hiring a car from Jerez Airport
The Jerez Airport is primarily connected via the A-4 and E-5 to the city centre of Jerez. It is set between the two above-mentioned roads, and is about 11 kilometres away from central Jerez. Several other roads, including the CA-3104, AP-4, N-349, CA-4103, and others indirectly serve the airport. Traffic is relatively light to moderate from the airport to the central business district of Jerez, and there are no tolls through the access roads. Just make sure to stay on the right side of the road, and be mindful of other drivers especially if it is the first time that you are travelling around. Observe traffic rules and regulations, and make sure to bring identification documents and your driver's license. Should you require fuelling up, there are several gas stations within the next central business district.
Driving around Jerez Airport
The nearest major city and business district from the Jerez Airport is Jerez, which is accessible by road and is only 10 to 12 minutes away from the airport. Jerez is located some 11 kilometres from the airport facility, and can be accessed through the A-4 road. The access road as mentioned does not have toll requirements, so it is relatively easy to reach. Upon arrival to Jerez, travellers will be faced with light to moderate traffic, with major streets such as Ctra. Cortes, Av. Blas Infante, Av. De Rota, Calle Sudaifrica, and others, almost always clear during the day. Travellers will also notice the abundance of roundabouts on the roads – which make driving quite a challenge, especially if the traveller does not have knowledge about the city. Parking spaces can be found in commercial establishments, as there are no parking lots here. Hotels, bed and breakfasts, restaurants, and a few retail stores can be found in the area.
Getting to your destination
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Visit the beautiful city of Cadiz by driving along the AP-4 from central Jerez, towards CA-36 and N-443 to the city of Cadiz. The journey should only take 38 minutes.
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Granada can be reached through the A-384 and A-92 east from Jerez.
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Visit Seville by driving through the A-4 towards the SE-30/E-803, exiting at the Avenida de la Raza.