If you have arrived at A Coruna Airport, you will want to be on your way to your resort as quickly as you can. We offer hire cars for collection at the airport from 110 euros per week. By booking online and asking for any optional extras such as child car seats or satellite navigation systems, you’ll ensure that apart from checking your paperwork, the friendly staff will have you on your way in no time. Car Hire desks are found in the far-left hand corner of arrivals as you exit customs.
Alvedro Airport, officially known as A Coruña Airport (IATA: LCG), is located in the city of A Coruña in the Galicia region of Spain. Here's some information about exiting the airport, distances to nearby towns and resorts, and tolls:
Exiting A Coruña Airport:
- Upon exiting A Coruña Airport, you will typically follow signs to connect to the AP-9 highway (Autopista del Atlántico), which is a major highway that runs along the coast of Galicia.
- The airport is well-connected to the AP-9, making it convenient for travelers to access various destinations in the region.
Nearest Towns and Resorts:
A Coruña: The city of A Coruña is the nearest major town and is approximately 8 kilometers (about 5 miles) from the airport. A Coruña offers beautiful beaches, historic sites, and a vibrant atmosphere.
Sada: Sada is a coastal town located about 23 kilometers (14 miles) from A Coruña Airport. It is known for its beaches, marina, and seafood restaurants.
Arteijo (Arteixo): Arteijo is another town located close to the airport, approximately 15 kilometers (9 miles) away. It is known for its industrial presence and has some beaches along its coastline.
Ferrol: Ferrol is a larger city situated farther to the northwest, approximately 50 kilometers (31 miles) from A Coruña Airport. It offers historical and cultural attractions.
- Yhere are tolls on some sections of the AP-9 highway. The toll charges can vary depending on the distance traveled. Be prepared to pay tolls if you plan to use the AP-9. Tolls can typically be paid in cash or electronically.
To get the most current and specific information about tolls and road conditions in the Galicia region, we recommend checking with local authorities or using navigation apps like Google Maps, which often provide information about tolls and alternative routes.
Please ensure you have the necessary documentation, insurance, and road safety knowledge when renting a car in Spain. Road conditions and regulations can change, so staying informed and prepared is important for a smooth and safe travel experience.