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Car Hire Bergerac Airport

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Car Hire at Bergerac Airport

Car Hire at Bergerac Airport

Bergerac Airport (EGC) is situated in Dordogne in the Aquitaine region of France, just off the N21 route nationale. Bordeaux, Toulouse and Lyon can all be easily reached by car from Bergerac, while French capital Paris is around five hours' drive to the north. Bergerac is a great place from which to explore France's best-known wine regions and glorious countryside.

What I need to know

With just one form, no credit card fees and the option for free cancellation, arranging a Bergerac Airport car rental deal before you arrive in France is easy with Holiday Autos. We compare hire from more than 1,500 suppliers for you, to find you the very best deal to get your French adventure off to a smooth start.

Where to pick up my car

At Bergerac Airport, car hire is available from the dedicated outlets situated in a dedicated building just past the taxi rank outside of the arrivals hall. Once you've picked up your rental car, you can get straight onto the N21, from where the whole of France is your oyster.

Mini

4 1
€21.50 /day

Economy

5 2
€22.84 /day

Suv

5 3
€51.92 /day

Luxury

5 5
€53.10 /day

7 Seater

7 1
€44.13 /day

9 Seater

9 3
€73.03 /day

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  • “The pick-up was easy, it took 5 minutes from arriving at the desk to driving out the car, and the return took even less time.”
    Diane T

Where to go

The town of Bergerac sits on the picturesque Dordogne River, with key attractions including the Tobacco Museum and the Notre Dame church. Take a boat trip along the water or stroll the town's historic medieval streets. Hop in the car to explore the rest of this beautiful country; to the east of Bergerac lies the Landes de Gascogne Regional Natural Park, which stretches to the sea.

Nearby Bergerac Airport

Dominated by chateaus and vineyards, this part of France offers you a glimpse into the nation's heart away from the famous tourist sights and beaches. The 15th century castle Chateau de Bridoire is just a 15-minute drive from Bergerac Airport, while fellow architectural delight Chateau de Lanquais is just 25 minutes away.

Longer drives

The wonderful freedom of car hire means you can visit Bordeaux wine country within just over an hour's drive of Bergerac. In a little over five hours, you can be in Paris, while the ski slopes of Montpellier can be reached in four hours, and the tiny country of Andorra on the border with Spain is around four-and-a-half hours away.

Eating and drinking

For wine lovers, a tasting session in Bordeaux is a must. Meanwhile, if you're after a truly authentic French experience when dining out, make sure to order escargots de bourgogne (that's snails baked in their shells and served with parsley butter) or a comforting traditional peasant dish such as coq au vin or beef bourguignon.

Things to do

Dordogne is home to one of France's listed 'Jardins Remarquable', Les Jardins de Marqueyssac. Get lost in the boxwood maze, try your hand at rock climbing, marvel at the waterwalls and beware of the strutting peacocks. The Font-de-Gaume caves are also situated in Dordogne. Prehistoric animal drawings can be found on the cave walls, as well as ancient engravings and sculptures carved out of the rock.

Sightseeing

The Bordeaux vineyards can be explored on foot, by bike or even from a river cruise, with many different wine tours taking place in the region best known for harvesting the grapes found in your favourite merlot and cabernet sauvignon.

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