Welcome to Enterprise Rent-A-Car Perpignan page where you will find a wide range of vehicles to choose from to fit exactly what you are looking for at great rates.
Visitors and travellers arriving in Perpignan at the station or airport will benefit from Enterprise's comprehensive fleet of vehicles. For city driving, maybe choose a compact car to drive and park more easily in busy areas. Enterprise also has economy cars to meet a particular budget, as well as luxury and sporty models. Families and groups may enjoy Enterprise's people carriers and SUVs, especially if driving off into the countryside.
Enterprise has excellent deals for Perpignan car hire, whether you're hiring from the central branch or the airport branch. Book online for a seamless experience and make the most of a superb range of vehicles at competitive rates. Secure the best deals when booking online and include extras in a few simple clicks like a sat nav or a child seat. The Enterprise team is always happy to answer any queries you may have and you'll also have the peace of mind that you're booking fuel-efficient vehicles for economical driving and environmental friendliness.
With two runways, Perpignan Airport is around 4.5 miles north of the city centre. It's very close to the A9 motorway, which leads to Montpellier to the north and the city centre to the south, as well as down into Spain. Although relatively small and easy to find your way around, the airport is served by major airlines like Aer Lingus, Air France, Ryanair, and Flybe so travellers can fly in from international destinations and pick their hire car from Enterprise rent-a-car in the terminal building. Then, hit the road to wherever they want to go!
The Palace of the Kings of Majorca is a really interesting historical site perched above the city and has a fresh ocean breeze keeping it cool in summer. You can walk there once you've parked your hire car in the centre and enjoy the marvellous panoramic views. If you like art, the Musee d'art Hyacinthe Rigaud offers wonderful exhibitions of artists like Picasso and has areas dedicated to other artists too. Stroll along the Rue Paratilla, a historic pedestrianised street full of characterful shops and restaurants. Then, maybe take some time out from driving by visiting the Parc Sant-Vicens, a pretty city centre park.
Drive to the Reserve Regionale de Nyer, around 40 miles east of Perpignan, which will take around an hour via the N116 and N116. Cross the pretty little village of Nyer to and you can go on a lovely walk on trails through this rugged yet beautiful park to reach La Chapelle nestled in open fields and an abandoned village. Visit Ceret around a 41-minute drive from the city (22 miles by car). This lovely little town is full of character and has cafes and arty shops. Don't miss the beaches to the north and south of Perpignan. Le Franqui and Le Barcares are popular surfing spots, while Argeles-sur-Mer, St Cyprien, and Canet Plage are ideal for families.
Like most cities, Perpignan has pedestrianised areas and one-way streets, so driving in the city needs some planning. A sat nav may be helpful for your route! The city benefits from a ring road, with various routes coming off this for convenient access to different districts. As well as some street parking in the city centre, there are several public car parks you can use for your hire car. For example, park at the Centre del Mon or at Parking Saint-Martin, both of which are centrally located.