Car hire on the Channel Islands

 
     
 

This unique collection of islands have their own customs, and offer visitors a tantalising mix of French and British culture, with beautiful scenery, proud castles and sumptuous food.

St Helier, on Jersey, the capital, has a distinctly continental feel. Visit the Jersey Museum, the Maritime Museum and the Occupation Tapestry Gallery illustrating the occupation of Jersey during World War II, a story brought to home at the nearby German Underground Hospital.

With its beautiful coastline and network of traffic-free ‘green lanes’, Jersey is the perfect place for walking or cycling.

On the east coast is the fishing village of Gorey, dominated by Mont Orgueil Castle, which was attacked by the French no fewer
than 15 times.

 
     

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North of Gorey is Jersey Zoo, breeding centre for endangered species, founded by author and conservationist Gerald Durrell.

Nearby at St Saviour is the prehistoric site of La Hougue Bie, a massive burial mound dating from 3800 BC, topped by two medieval chapels.

Dozens of little towns are hidden away down among the green places of the countryside, and villages string out along the shores.

The towers and steeples of parish churches mark the high ground beyond trimmed hedgerows.

It's idyllic, it's lovely, and all you need is a rental car . . .

Click on the button, type in your date, place and duration of hire and we'll giver you back a list of providers so you can choose the best deal. We call it "Quote and Pick" . . . and it works.

Our "Quote and Pick" booking system will provide you with the car and the cost that suits you best.

The links below will take you to our main Channel Islands car rental locations. Pick up and drop off details are on your booking confirmation . . .

 

Channel Islands pick up and drop off locations

 
     
 
Location Address

Jersey Airport


Several providers. Consult your confirmation email for pickup and drop addresses  
Location Information

Jersey airport is is small, busy and efficient. Car hire enquiries can be made on leaving the arrival hall.  
 


Location Address

Guernsey Airport

La Villiaze, Forest,
Guernsey, GY8 0DS, Channel Islands
+44 (0)1481 237766

Car hire collection and return can be organised in the main concourse

Location Information

Guernsey Airport is located three miles west south west of St. Peter Port, the Island's capital.

The airport was officially opened on the 5th of May 1939, but the development of regular air services was not commenced until October 1946.

A new terminal was recently opened.
 
 

 
     
 

Exact Channel Islands location opening times will be found on your booking confirmation email

Also all information relating to extras such as roofracks or baby seats can be seen and booked as part of the booking process

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Touring Jersey and Guernsey by car

Almost 300 miles of country lanes are tucked into Guernsey’s 25 square miles. The unique laws and customs found on the island mean that many of the day-to-day sights are different: look out for the yellow phone boxes and blue post boxes and the stone 'seat' built into the chimneys of old houses, for passing witches to park their broomsticks and warm themselves for a while!

Castle Cornet has stood guard over Guernsey’s pretty capital, St Peter Port for 800 years. The town’s most famous resident was French novelist Victor Hugo, and you can take a tour of his fascinating house where he wrote Les Miserables. Nearby is The Little Chapel, the world’s smallest consecrated church, built by French monk, Brother Déodat, from broken teapots, pebbles and shells.

It's a place of short distances and long ferry rides, so hire a car and go take a look . . .

Our "Quote and Pick" booking process will provide you with competing quotes from all our car providers in the area you want to travel, and then you can choose which quote suits you best.

Simply choose a region from the list below and click on the region, or a major city, either way you'll get to the right page, and then you can make a booking as you'd like it to be, instead of the way some hire company wants it to be . . . hit the blue booking button on any page in this web site and give it a try