Rental system 'OrangeSmile.com-CarTrawler' offers a unique opportunity to hire a vehicle of your choice in Gran Canaria for any desired rental period at lowest rates. All our featured car options in Spain come as an 'All Inclusive' package, and there are no service charges or fees associated. All the rental phases, documents and the customer support are provided in English.
Frequently asked questions on the rental process.
Car and options choice. The search results indicate valid and final rental rates at the 'Gran Canaria - Bahia Feliz' location. The rates are formed on the 'All included' principle. Presented prices do not include additional options, such as a GPS navigator, child seats, winter tires, etc. They can be added later on, during the last phase of the booking process.
Hiring conditions are different for each rental car in Spain. Therefore, before making a reservation, make sure you haveve read the conditions. The reservation is performed in three quick steps: searching for a car by location and rental dates, selecting desired vehicle and filling in the booking form. Upon reservation approval, you will receive a rental voucher via email.
Car pick-up. Upon arrival to the location 'Gran Canaria - Bahia Feliz', provide the required documents specified in your voucher to the rental officer. Directly in the office, inspect the rental invoice carefully – should match with your voucher. Besides this, do not forget examine the car exterior carefully – all defects discovered at the pick-up time should be included in your rental document.
Car return. Make sure to return the vehicle within the specified timeframe and to adhere to the fuel conditions (return full or return empty).
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1. Travelers, who plan to spend a considerable amount of time on beach, should definitely not forget about sun protection. People, who enjoy making long leisure walks in picturesque mountain areas, are recommended not to forget about a protection against insects and some warm clothes. Raincoat is a must in such walks as it rains almost every day in the mountains.
2. Do not drink tap water because it usually contains a lot of cleaning chemicals. Bottles with purified and mineral water are sold virtually everywhere.
3.1. Rest in a remote part of the island and in numerous small bays is recommended only to travellers who can swim well. The reason for this is the fact that there are no lifeguards on duty in these parts of the island, but the beaches there are considered very insidious because of a swift current.
3.2. You will see special notes in the form of colored flags on all beaches, which help to define the level of environmental and safety with ease. The most dangerous beaches are marked with a red flag. Swimming in them is prohibited. Beaches marked with yellow flags are suitable for experienced swimmers only. The cleanest and safest beaches are marked with a blue flag.
4. Power supply voltage is 220 V, although some family run houses and small hotels have their own power generators. In this case the voltage may be only 110V, so some electrical appliances will need a special adapter.
Read further: Gran Canaria city guide
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