Car hire at Beziers Airport
Car hire at Beziers Airport
Beziers Cap d'Agde Airport (BZR) is close to the town of Beziers and is popular with those heading to the Languedoc coastal resorts, including Cap d’Agde. The airport underwent major renovations in 2008 to expand the runaway to accept larger aircraft.
What I need to know
There are many car hire firms located in and around Beziers Airport. Make sure to use the Holiday Autos site to find the best car hire services in France. The company also guarantee no fees for card booking or cancellation. With 24-hour customer service support, it is easy to get on the road swiftly and easily.
Where to pick up my car
On arrival at Beziers Airport it is easy to collect the keys to your hire vehicle as many car rental firms have desks at the transport hub. The relevant sales and information desks can be found in a special car-hire building right next to the terminal building.
“The pick-up was easy, it took 5 minutes from arriving at the desk to driving out the car, and the return took even less time.”
Where to go
Just a short drive from Beziers Airport is the town of Beziers. The town in southern France is famous for its bullfighting festival, as well as wine and its stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea. It is the perfect destination for those want to escape from it all and just relax in lovely surroundings.
Nearby Beziers Airport
The airport is close to Canal du Midi - one of France’s most appealing waterways. There is plenty to do in the region including take a cycle ride along one of the many bike paths through the Herault countryside. Alternatively, go for something more adrenaline fueled in the form of a rapid canoe ride, rock climbing or potholing.
You may opt to use your rental car to discover more of France and Beziers Airport is around an hour drive away. It has a lovely vibrant atmosphere and is very popular with visitors. Another advantage of Beziers Airport is that it is relatively close to Spain so you could head to the border.
Eating and drinking
It makes sense to head to France and enjoy some locally-produced wine. In Languedoc, wine making dates back several centuries and there are now around 300,000 hectares of vineyards. No matter where you are staying, it is highly likely you are close to a vineyard, with many offering the chance to sample a glass or two.
Things to do
Beziers is a great place to head to during summer, with lots of festivals and events happening. During the second week of August, the region is transformed by bull-fighting tournaments, while the Thau Lagoon event involves water jousting. If you are in the area close to Christmas, then be sure to head to many of the festive markets that take place.
Head to Saint Nazaire Cathedral in the centre of Beziers. Built in the 12th and 15th centuries, the building has an unusual appearance and resembles a castle. Be sure to take a wander around the Bishop’s Garden that offers lovely views over the surrounding valley.