Car hire at Dinard Airport
Car hire in Dinard Airport
Dinard Airport (DNR) is around 20 minutes from the centre of the city of St-Malo in France. This popular French region of Bretagne appeals to tourists from around the world and is home to some of the country’s most stunning buildings and landscapes.
What I need to know
France is a popular holiday destination and is home to a large number of car hire companies so it can be hard to find the best deal. However, our site can help customers search for value-for-money and ensure a competitive price. In addition, with 24/7 customer support before, during and after your trip there is also peace of mind.
Where to pick up my car
A number of car hire providers are based at Dinard Airport so there is plenty of choice when it comes to finding a vehicle that will suit your needs and budget. The car rental offices can be found in the terminal building - making it easy to collect the keys shortly after you arrive in France.
“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
Once you have collected your car you are free to explore the French region’s beautiful countryside and quaint market towns. There are a number of coastal roads that are perfect for a summer drive and heading to the port of St Malo. One of the highlights is the famous Emerald Coast, which have inspired many artists over the years, including Picasso.
Nearby Dinard Airport
Le Cap Frehel appeals to many visiting the region and is a short distance from Dinard Airport. This birdwatching paradise
features 70-metre-high cliffs as well as picturesque lighthouse. For those that enjoy walking, the customs officers’ path between le Cap Frehel and le Fort la Latte offers an enjoyable stroll.
If you fancy a great day trip, then consider using your hire car to travel to one of the most iconic racing tracks in the world.
Around two and a half hours from Dinard Airport is Le Mans, which is home to the famous 24-hour race. As well as the circuit, there is also a museum dedicated to the history of the event and the drivers who have taken part. Further south is Nantes, which was once a busy seaport.
Eating and drinking
France is famous for its amazing food and the region has much to offer those looking for traditional dishes. Local dishes celebrate the wide choice of seafood on offer and Brittany’s most popular food is the crepe. Available in sweet and savoury combinations, nearly all cafes and restaurants have some form of pancake on the menu.
Things to do
One of the benefits of Dinard Airport is that it is close to a whole host of attractions, as well as being well-placed for the beach and shopping. The most popular attraction in the region, and around one hour from Dinard Airport, is Mont Saint-Michel. A stunning abbey connected to the mainland by a causeway appeals to many because of its rich history and setting.
There is no shortage of sightseeing opportunities and one of the highlights is the Great Aquarium in St Malo. Covering around 4,000 square metres, the aquarium is home to around 11,000 marine animals and is the second most visited tourist site in Brittany.