Daily Car Hire Rates in Agueda

  • Mini

    Fiat 500
    passenger
    4 |
    luggage
    1 |
    door
    3 |
    ac
    manual auto
    From € 19.06
  • Economy

    Renault Clio
    passenger
    5 |
    luggage
    2 |
    door
    5 |
    ac
    manual auto
    From € 19.23

*daily rates in Agueda based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.

*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.

Agueda Car Hire - Did You Know?

  • Megalithic monuments mark the fact that the area was occupied during ancient times, this includes the archaeological site at Cabeço de Vouga.
  • Agueda was visited by Queen Isabel in 1325 as part of her traditional pilgrimages to Santiago de Compostela.
  • The region is famed for its suckling pig.
  • The Pateira de Fermentelos is a natural lake in the region that is the second largest in the Iberian peninsula and is rich in both flora and fauna.
  • The nearest airport is Francisco de Sá Carneiro Airport in Porto and is about 78km from the centre of Agueda.

Nearest Petrol Stations to Agueda

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Agueda Mini Guide

Where is Agueda?
Agueda is a town and region in the north of Portugal. It is situated close to the wine making region of Bairrada and the mountain ranges of Caramulo and Bussaco, so is an ideal base for exploring the area.

Agueda Caramulo mountain

Getting There
From within Portugal, you can take Rede Expressos buses from most towns to Agueda. From Europe, you can fly into Porto Airport from many European destinations and also from Canada, surprisingly. There are limited public transport options to Agueda, so car hire is advisable for your stay – from Porto Airport, it is a 78km drive using the IP1 and the IC2 highways and a journey time of approximately one hour.

Agueda Rede Expressos bus

A Tour of the Area…
Take a trip out to the protected area of Pateira de Fermentelos, a natural lake and reserve. It is rich in flora and fauna and the 2nd largest lake in Iberia. For a little history, you can visit the Cabeco do Vouga – an archaeological site of Roman communities near the Vouga River. In the Agueda region, you will also find ancient churches such as the Convento do Santo Antonio constructed in 1634 and the Convento de Santa Maria de Lamas dating from 957. If you are feeling under the weather, try out the thermal spas at Lusa and Curia.

Agueda Cabeco do Vouga bridge

Further Afield
Spend a day at the beautiful beaches at Sao Jacinto or Costa Nova, they are just a short drive away. The beaches in this area receive little tourism and you are often likely to have large areas of the beach to yourself. Visit the city of Aveiro known as the ‘Portuguese Venice’, you can take a stroll along the canals or take a gondola ride. There, you should also visit the Alianca Cellars to taste some local wine and visit their underground museum, which has everything from African art to crystals.

Agueda Sao Jacinto beach

What Food Should I try?
The Bairrada region is famous for its wine making and gastronomy. An absolute must is the suckling pig or ‘leitao’ as it is locally known and to drink, the local sparkling wine ‘espumante’. You should also try the ‘caldeirda de piexe’, a fish stew and the ‘pastas de agueda’, local custard tarts.

I Want to Stay a few Days…
You can stay at the Hotel Conde de Agueda, a 3 star hotel in the centre of the town. It has contemporary rooms with free Wi-Fi and views of the mountains and countryside. Take one of the hotel shuttle buses to local attractions during the day and at night you can have a drink and a snack at the hotel bar and terrace.

Latest Update from Agueda:

28/04/12 - Apart from Port wine and Mateus, very few Portuguese wines are heard of outside the country. Aguedo is on the edge of one of Portugal's primary wine growing areas and with your hire car you can pick up an itinerary from the local tourist office or your hotel and do a little wine tasting.

13/02/13 - From the 18th to the 21st of July, Agueda hosts the Festival Mares Vivas, a four day music festival showxasing the best of European rock. Appearing on the opening night will be The Smashing Pumpkins.

Driving in Agueda

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  • 90kph

    Rural Speed Limit

  • 120kph

    Motorway Speed Limit

  • 50mg

    Drink Drive Limit

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  • 23

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Agueda is a municipality in Portugal with around 50,000 inhabitants, the city itself has around 14,500 people living there whilst the rest are divided up amongst twenty parishes. Although the city and its surrounding parishes are not directly on the coastline, they are not far from it.

The best way to see the surrounding areas and catch some rays on the beach is to hire a car in Agueda. To really feel the wind through your hair, you might like to consider hiring a convertible such as a Renault Megane Cabriolet or Mercedes SLK.

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