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Car Hire Saint Malo Airport

Saint-Malo’s airport deals exclusively with flights from the UK and Guernsey and it’s not hard to understand why. It’s a key entry point to one of the most popular destinations in France for British tourists; Brittany. Years ago, the only option was to take the cross channel ferry from Portsmouth, Poole  or Plymouth with your car and then drive around the region but with the advent of cheap air fares and low cost car hire from Any Airport Car Hire, more and more people are flying to Saint-Malo and collecting a pre-booked hire car from Saint-Malo airport. It’s easy to arrange and any extra cost will be more than made up for with the time saving on the journey and the availability of a left hand drive car for safer driving on the continent.

Cheap Car Rental Saint Malo DNR

Our easy to use website will be able to give you access to the lowest car hire prices at Saint-Malo airport in seconds and if you need any help at any stage of the booking process, we’re only at the end of the phone or available on ‘Live Chat’ online. We believe that not only will our prices impress you but also our customer service for you’ll have access to 24 hour roadside assistance during your car hire period and can also call our helpline whilst abroad. Additionally, whilst the essentials are included in the price we quote, we can help make your journey more comfortable with items such as child car seats or sat-nav.

Saint Malo Airport Guide


Saint-Malo Airport is actually called Dinard-Pleurtuit-Saint-Malo Airport and is located three miles from Dinard. All flights come from the UK or Guernsey with the regions of the UK served by flights from London, Nottingham and Leeds direct to Dinard.

As one of the most popular cities along the Brittany coast, you’d expect Saint-Malo to have a lot for the tourist and you won’t be disappointed. Begin with a tour of the Ramparts which surround the walled city, interestingly called by the Spanish word ‘Intramuros’. Within the old city you’d imagine the medieval buildings had stood there for centuries but much of the city was destroyed in the Second World War and painstakingly rebuilt in the post war period.

Another popular place in Saint-Malo is the world’s first tidal power station which attracts over 200,000 visitors a year. An interesting exhibition details how it works and you can watch the strong tide from a viewing station.
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