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Valencia Airport Car Hire - Compare 100s of top savings

Pre-book your Valencia Airport car hire, with prices starting from just £3.59 per day with FREE cancellations*

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If you're going on holiday to Valencia, then make sure to get your hire car with Holiday Extras – it couldn't be easier with our award-winning rental car comparison and booking site. Whether you're heading to Spain's third largest city for the tasty cuisine, the striking contemporary architecture or the picturesque old quarter, we've got the right hire car for you.

We offer vehicles all over Spain and beyond. From sunny Greek islands to the scenic Canadian mountains, we've got pick up locations in over 4000 cities around the world, as well as all major airports. At the simple click of a button we'll check the prices of over 900 rental companies, making sure you've got a great deal at a cheap price.

Why Holiday Extras?

Our choice of destinations – 160 countries worldwide – is matched by our choice of vehicles on offer. From economical minis to 9-seater people carriers, you're not short of options. If you fancy something robust for an off-road adventure, grab one of our SUVs, and we've even got premium cars for holidaying in style. We only deal with trusted car suppliers, so you can be sure you're getting a reliable company with us.

It's really easy to book – simply choose your car, make the payment and we'll send you a confirmation email. Pick up your car hire from the airport and you're free to explore the city. For peace of mind, as part of the rental agreement you've got theft protection and collision damage waiver free. On top of that, our competitively priced full insurance covers damage and theft excess charges. Worried you might change your mind? Not a problem – you can cancel for free up to 48 hours before picking up the car.

Exploring Valencia

For a diverse range of entertainment for the whole family, head to the Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias, a huge complex in the south of the city featuring a science museum, an aquarium and an opera house. There are some great pieces of historical architecture in Valencia, none better than the Gothic building of La Lonja de la Seda, which you can visit in the Ciutat Vella region. Heading out of the city, take the V-21 north of Valencia for a daytrip to Castellon. There are some glorious beaches to be found here, as well as medieval hilltop villages you can take a leisurely drive through.