Sanitised car hire in Elvas

Look out for this icon to see which car hire brands have committed to maintaining sanitisation measures as per WHO COVID-19 guidelines, the following car hire companies in Elvas, Portugal offer sanitised rental cars:

At present, none of the car rental companies in Elvas have committed to offering sanitised cars.

Sanitised car
This car rental company has committed to maintaining sanitisation measures as per WHO COVID-19 guidelines.
  • EUROPCAR
  • KEDDY BY EUROPCAR

Cheapest car hire in Elvas

Mini

Renault Twingo

4 Adults, 3 Doors

From 23.84 EUR/day
Renault Twingo

7 Days rental at 166.89 EUR from August 24

  2 |
  Manual |
  Yes
Economy

Volkswagen Polo

5 Adults, 5 Doors

From 28.02 EUR/day
Volkswagen Polo

7 Days rental at 196.19 EUR from August 24

  2 |
  Manual |
  Yes
Mini

Renault Twingo

4 Adults, 3 Doors

From 28.49 EUR/day
Renault Twingo

7 Days rental at 199.49 EUR from August 24

  2 |
  Manual |
  Yes
Economy

Seat Ibiza

5 Adults, 5 Doors

From 33.89 EUR/day
Seat Ibiza

7 Days rental at 237.29 EUR from August 24

  2 |
  Manual |
  Yes
Compact

Volkswagen Golf

5 Adults, 5 Doors

From 35.05 EUR/day
Volkswagen Golf

7 Days rental at 245.35 EUR from August 24

  3 |
  Manual |
  Yes
Economy

Peugeot 208

5 Adults, 5 Doors

From 41.09 EUR/day
Peugeot 208

7 Days rental at 287.66 EUR from August 24

  2 |
  Manual |
  Yes
Compact

Citroen C-Elysee

5 Adults, 3 Doors

From 42.80 EUR/day
Citroen C-Elysee

7 Days rental at 299.63 EUR from August 24

  3 |
  Manual |
  Yes
Compact

Ford Focus Estate

5 Adults, 5 Doors

From 44.35 EUR/day
Ford Focus Estate

7 Days rental at 310.48 EUR from August 24

  4 |
  Manual |
  Yes
Compact Elite

BMW 1 Series

5 Adults, 5 Doors

From 44.83 EUR/day
BMW 1 Series

7 Days rental at 313.83 EUR from August 24

  3 |
  Manual |
  Yes

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

Useful to know about Elvas

  • Elvas was a fortified frontier city on the border with Spain.
  • There are many examples of Moorish influence in its architecture.
  • The city is renowned for its unusual staggered aqueduct.
  • The area around the city produced most of Portugal’s plum and prune crop.
  • Campo Maior, north of the city, was the scene of a famous siege by the French, relieved by the British.
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Best car rental companies in Elvas

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No.1: KEDDY BY EUROPCAR,
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No.2: EUROPCAR,
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Nearest car hire pickup locations in or near Elvas

SADORENT

Rua General Norton De Matos, 9, Estremoz, 7100-107

EUROPCAR

Av.do Brasil Ed.navio,escritorio 2, Portalegre, 7300-068

EUROPCAR

Av.do Brasil Ed.navio,escritorio 2, Portalegre, 7300-068

AVIS

Rua Cidade De Coimbra, Nº 1, Quinta Do Rosário, Evora, 7005-324

EUROPCAR

Av.gen.humberto Delgado,33, Castelo Branco, 6000-081

EUROPCAR

R.de Mocambique,192-c/v Lj.2, Abrantes, 2200-187

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Elvas car hire information

  • 7.6/10
    Best Rated Agent:
    Keddy by Europcar (Corporate)
  • € 166.88
    Average price:
    (per week)
  • € 23.84
    Best Price:
    Per Week
  • 12
    Most Popular Type:
    Compact
  • 3
    Most popular model:
    Renault Megane Estate
  • 28
    Total Cars Available
     

Average prices per day for car hire in Elvas

*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for today's best prices.

FAQs about car hire in Elvas

How much does car hire in Elvas cost?

Car hire in Elvas costs as little as €23.80 per day, however the average price across all suppliers for a Mini class vehicle is €26.20 per day. The most expensive car to hire is €159.00 per day from EUROPCAR for a Mercedes C Class.

What car hire companies offer sanitised car rental in Elvas?

2 car hire brands have committed to maintaining sanitisation measures as per WHO COVID-19 guidelines in Elvas, including KEDDY BY EUROPCAR, EUROPCAR, see the full list here.

What car hire companies offer sanitised car rental in Elvas?

None of the car hire companies in Elvas are currently offering sanitised cars as per WHO COVID-19 guidelines.

Who is the best car rental agent in Elvas?

Based on recent customer reviews over the last 3 months, Keddy by Europcar (Corporate) has the highest customer rating for car hire in Elvas with a score of 7.5/10

with EUROPCAR Corporate rated second best with a score of 7.2/10

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How much does it cost to hire a compact car in Elvas?

Today’s cheapest price for compact car hire in Elvas is €245.35 per week from KEDDY BY EUROPCAR.

Who is the cheapest car hire agent in Elvas?

The cheapest car hire company in Elvas is KEDDY BY EUROPCAR, with prices for a Mini class car such as the Renault Twingo available from as little as €166.88 per week.

How much is fuel in Elvas?

You can expect to pay €1.26/ltr of petrol and €1.23/ltr of diesel in Elvas. You’ll pay a premium if refilling at motorway services of up to 10%.

What car hire agencies are available in Elvas?

We can arrange great deals on car hire in Elvas with leading car hire companies such as EUROPCAR, KEDDY BY EUROPCAR as well as reputable, local car hire companies.

What type of car can I hire in Elvas?

We can arrange Compact, Compact Elite, Economy, Fullsize, Mini and Standard class rental cars in Elvas.

How much does it cost to hire a convertible car in Elvas?

We don’t currently have any convertible cars to hire in Elvas, but we are working in it and please check dates for future rentals.
The price at the moment for a convertible rental car in Elvas is €447.98 per week from EUROPCAR for a Renault Megane Convertible.

Do you have a discount code for car hire in Elvas?

We don’t have any discount codes for car hire in Elvas at the moment, however KEDDY BY EUROPCAR rates start from just €166.88 per week. If you’ve found a cheaper price than €166.88 from KEDDY BY EUROPCAR in Elvas or any other rental agent, let us know and we’ll do our best to beat it.

How much does it cost to hire a car for a week in Elvas?

The cheapest price to hire a car for a week in Elvas is €166.60 per week with an average price of €183.40 per week across all car hire companies.

Information about the car hire agents in Elvas

Most popular car hire companies in Elvas:

  • Europcar (tel: 351 268 628246)
  • Keddy by europcar (tel: 351 268 628246)

Pick-up locations for car hire companies in Elvas:

  • Europcar (AVENIDA DE S. DOMINGOS N 1 , LOJA C, ELVAS, 7350-047)
  • Keddy by europcar (AVENIDA DE S. DOMINGOS N 1 , LOJA C, ELVAS, 7350-047)

Car hire company ratings in Elvas:

  • Keddy by Europcar (Corporate): Rated 7.5/10 from 559 reviews
  • EUROPCAR: Rated 7.2/10 from 604 reviews

Elvas Mini Guide

What Can you Tell me About Elvas?
From the early times of the Celts and Lusitanians, Elvas has been an important settlement protecting nascent farmers from its lofty position on one of the few hills on the Alentejo plain. Eventually its defensive position grew in importance, initially against attacks from the Moors and then from Spain. The remains of seven bastions and two forts crown the hill, evidence of the successful defence against the Spanish. Today, the city has reverted to the fruits of nature once more to supply the populace with a source of income with plums and olives growing as far as the eye can see whilst grapes form the raw material for the brandy that is distilled locally.

How Can I Get to Elvas?
Elvas can be reached by flying into Badajoz Airport, eleven miles away, or by using Beja Airport, twenty miles away. Badajoz airport receives mostly domestic flights but with international routes to Rome and Paris whilst Beja has a route to London Heathrow. Badajoz has the benefit of a direct train route into Elvas whereas flying into Beja means a complicated bus journey or a hire car to get you to Elvas.

What is There to See and Do in Elvas?
Top of most people’s list is the four mile long aqueduct which took nearly 200 years to complete and was finished in the 17th century. The aqueduct is all the more incredible for its narrow width but it still brings clean water into the city for people to use today. Visit too, the forts of Santa Luzia and Nossa Senhora da Graça in the city where you can picture yourself as a defender facing the might of the Spanish army. With a hire car you can also visit Campo Maior whose siege and relief inspired Walter Scott to wax lyrical in a ballad.

What can I buy as Gifts for Friends Back Home?
The gift packed products of Elvas’ agriculture make wonderful gifts to take home. Boxes of freshly dried prunes, especially the organic ones, are popular as are the many products made from the local olive oil, including soaps, body lotions and the oil itself. The locally produced brandy, especially the plum variety, is excellent too.

What is There That’s Special to eat in Elvas?
There are many local dishes that are excellent. Plums go very well with strong game and they are either served as a chutney alongside roast suckling pig or as part of casseroles of rabbit or wildfowl. Accompanied by a glass of local brandy or finished off with the liqueur-like plum brandy, you’ll leave the restaurant with your appetite well satisfied.

What is the Entertainment Like in Elvas?
In many of the inland towns and cities, entertainment is low key compared to the coastal resorts. Elvas is no exception and a walk down the streets in the evening will see families and friends enjoying a good meal together or chatting over beer or wine in a bar.

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The story of Elvas is inextricably linked with that of its close neighbour, Spain. Often volatile, but mostly friendly, the relationship has shaped the city. It was a fortress city that withstood several attacks from Spain but capitulated against Napoleon’s army in the 19th century.

Today, it commands only a great view over the agricultural lands of the Alentejo with the mile after mile of olive and plum orchards. Processing the plums into prunes occupies much of the workforce together with the production of Portuguese brandy and the local distinctive pottery.