Preferencias de accesibilidad
Preferencias de accesibilidad

Van rentals in Santiago de Compostela

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Furauto allows you to enjoy the best vans of 7m³, 10m³, 12m³, 15m³ and 20m³, fully equipped and perfect for any professional activity.

We also offer vans for 6, 7 or 9 passengers, ideal for traveling with friends or family to Santiago de Compostela without having to spend extra on gasoline or tolls. Let yourself be surprised by the province of A Coruña and discover some of the most beautiful natural landscapes of northern Spain.

Where to drop off and pick up your rental van in Santiago?

Furauto allows you to pick up and drop off your rental van in key areas of the capital of Santiago de Compostela, such as Lavacolla Airport or the train or bus station. If you prefer, you can also return your vehicle in other parts of Galicia thanks to our One-Way system:

- A Coruña

- A Coruña Airport

- Vigo Airport

- Ferrol-Narón

- Lugo

- Orense

- Pontevedra

- Vigo

Why visit Santiago de Compostela?

Because Santiago de Compostela is, together with Rome and Jerusalem, the most important Christian pilgrimage center in the world. Here, supposedly, lie the remains of the Apostle St. James the Greater, and to house his tomb, the city's Cathedral was built. When July 25, St. James' Day, falls on a Sunday, the Jubilee Year is celebrated, a privilege granted by Pope Callistus II in 1122.

Santiago de Compostela is also the seat of the Junta de Galicia and the Galician Parliament, in addition to housing a University with more than 520 years of history.

The old city was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985. Once there, besides the Cathedral, you cannot 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.

Galician gastronomy is one of the best in the world, so don't miss its meats and sausages, its vegetables and, of course, its fish and seafood. If you have the opportunity, try the turbot, barnacles, clams, cockles and scallops. For dessert we recommend a Santiago cake, and an Estrella Galicia beer to drink. If you prefer wine, remember that Galicia has five denominations of origin: Monterrey, Valdeorras, Rías Baixas, Ribeiro and "Viño da Terra de Betanzos".

Main municipalities of the province of A Coruña

- 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 in the province of A Coruña

  • A-54: Highway Lugo - Santiago de Compostela
  • AG-56: Highway Santiago - Brión
  • SC-11: connects the SC-20 with the AP-53 / N-525
  • SC-20: Santiago Peripheral
  • N-525: Benavente (Zamora) - Santiago de Compostela
  • N-550: La Coruña - Santiago de Compostela - Tui (Pontevedra)
  • N-634: San Sebastián (Guipúzcoa) - Santiago de Compostela
  • AP-9: Ferrol - La Coruña - Santiago - Pontevedra - Vigo - Tui (toll)
  • AP-53: Central Highway of Galicia (toll)