Cheapest car hire in Castellon Airport
*daily rates in Castellon Airport based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.
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*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.
Useful things to know about Castellon Airport
- The first flight from the airport left four years after the airport was completed
- Ryanair’s flight from Bristol may only run for six weeks
- The airport is held up as an example of the waste of public money that has blighted Spain’s economy
- Look out for the fabulous (and fabulously expensive) statue outside the airport
- The airport sponsors the Villareal FC football team
- If you’re flying into Castellon Airport (CDT), you can pick from great value car rental companies such as InterRent, GoldCar and Rhodium - we expect Europcar and Budget to follow soon.
The most popular car rental agents at Castellon Airport:
+34 918 34 02 62
Most popular rental cars at Castellon Airport
Castellon Airport Mini Guide
Why should I use Castellon Airport?
The alternative is the very busy Valencia Airport so, if you’re flying from Bristol or Stansted
, take advantage of budget fares to make your airport experience a short one! The airport serves the area of coast north of the Costa Blanca, called the Costa Azahar which means the orange blossom coast. It’s also a useful airport for those staying on the northern stretch of the Costa Blanca.
How easy is it to get to?
There are currently two flights from the UK
which will start in September; Ryanair’s flights from Bristol and Stansted. The Bristol flight is only due to operate initially for six weeks but it’s hoped this will be extended. Part of the controversy over the airport was its viability in the light of the nearby Valencia Airport but Ryanair are hoping that budget flights and a less stressful experience will attract passengers.
What is the airport like?
Having opened four years ago and having been rarely used since, it still has a new feel to it. Facilities are light because no one is sure of the airport’s future so travellers are limited to a combined duty free/gift shop and a small café serving only drinks and light snacks. You can’t miss the car hire agent’s desk in the small arrivals hall and a local map and information point will help you get to your destination. Leaving the airport, you’re immediately pointed towards the main coast road giving easy and quick access to your destination.