In Furauto we have dared to install one of our cheap van rental offices in A Coruña although even the forces of the pirate Sir Francis Drake could not bend this Galician city. The conquest of the market has been quite successful thanks to our huge catalog of vans and cars for removals, travel and transfers, our prices will leave you speechless!
In Furauto we are proud of the work we do because our team is always working to bring you the newest and safest vans for rent in A Coruña, so you don't have to risk your life with an old vehicle for road trips!
Do you want to know the characteristics of our fleet before you decide to call us? Well, we have 7m³, 10m³, 12m³, 15m³ and 20m³ vehicles, perfect for freelancers, hauliers or individuals who are going to change their residence.
Do you need a van for rent during your vacations in Galicia? Browse our website and discover the minivans for 6, 7 or 9 passengers. Book your car or van from home and with the certainty of having the services of a professional car rental company such as Furauto inspires peace of mind when planning a road trip regardless of the distance you intend to cover. Make your reservation now!
Getting a cheap van rental in A Coruña with Furauto has more advantages apart from affordable prices. You can pick up or drop off your rental van in the city center or even at the train station, bus station or Alvedro Airport. Thanks to our One-Way service you can also return your car in La Coruña or in other cities of the country. Let's see a list of the Galician locations where you can go:
|- Santiago Airport
- Vigo Airport
- Ferrol-Narón Airport
- Santiago de Compostela
La Coruña has all the attractions of a big city, among which its great tourist offer stands out. Its visitors usually travel attracted by its pleasant summer temperatures, its fantastic gastronomy, its exceptional heritage and its extraordinary beaches.
This provincial capital is located in the heart of the Rías Altas, although from here you can also travel easily to the Rías Baixas and the Costa da Morte, an area of incredible beauty that has been listed as a site of community importance.
Not to be missed is the Tower of Hercules, the oldest working lighthouse in the world, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2009. Other important buildings and monuments that you should visit if you have time and desire are the Castle of San Anton, the Collegiate Church of Santa Maria, the Church of Santiago and the Walls.
Stretching your legs and relaxing along the promenade is an excellent alternative if you want to enjoy Galician beaches such as Riazor, Orzán, Matadero, Las Lapas and finally, the beach of Oza. Do you prefer the tranquility of the coves? In La Coruña you will find a real oasis.
Galician cuisine is one of the best in the world so from Furauto we strongly recommend that you do not miss their meats and sausages, vegetables and seafood. If you have the opportunity try the turbot, barnacles, clams, cockles and scallops. You will not be disappointed. As a finishing touch to the menu we recommend a Santiago cake for dessert.
As for the drink you can accompany everything with an Estrella Galicia. If you prefer wine, remember that Galicia has five denominations of origin: Monterrey, Valdeorras, Rías Baixas, Ribeiro and "Viño da Terra de Betanzos".
It is impossible to get to know the beauty of A Coruña on foot or by public transport. Rent a vehicle from Furauto and enjoy the Rias Baixas, Rias Altas and Costa da Morte. Don't miss these three municipalities either. Undoubtedly, the trip will be worth it.
You will have to drive your rental van for an hour and a quarter to get from A Coruña to Finisterre. To make your trip, you will have to take the AG-55 for about 105 kilometers. Once in the municipality, populated by about 4,700 Finisterranos, you can visit the Castle of San Carlos, the Church of Nuestra Señora de las Arenas, the Chapel of Buen Suceso, the Cemetery of the End of the Earth and the Lighthouse of Finisterre.
100 kilometers along the AP-9 highway separate the capital from this town of almost 8,600 inhabitants. Located in the Sar region, this municipality is famous for its peppers, although they actually come from the neighboring town of Herbón. Padrón saw the birth of Camilo José Cela and the death of Rosalía de Castro.
This same road also links in less than an hour A Coruña with Santiago de Compostela, the two most important cities of the province. Here you will discover the Cathedral of Santiago, one of the most important pilgrimage centers in the world. Do not miss the Plaza del Obradoiro, the Hostal de los Reyes Católicos, the Palacio de Rajoy, the Colegio de San Jerónimo or the Plaza de Platerías. Santiago also has interesting museums, such as the Galician Center of Contemporary Art, the Museum of the Galician People and the City of Culture of Galicia.
|- A Coruña||- Ferrol|
|- Ames||- Narón|
|- Arteixo||- Noia|
|- As Pontes de García Rodríguez||- Oleiros|
|- Betanzos||- Ordes|
|- Boiro||- Rianxo|
|- Cambre||- Ribeira|
|- Carballo||- Teo|
|- Culleredo||- Sada|
|- Fene||- Santiago de Compostela|
MAIN ROADS NEAR LA CORUÑA