Welcome to Enterprise Rent-A-Car La Tour Daigues page where you will find a wide range of vehicles to choose from to fit exactly what you are looking for at great rates.
La Tour d'Aigues is the main town of the Pays d'Aigues and lies near the Durance and southern Luberon areas. It's surrounded by hills, creating a very pretty setting at 270 metres above sea level, offering magnificent views of the surrounding countryside. At the foot of the town lie vineyards and farms, which contribute to the local economy. The town boasts a wonderful Renaissance Château. Way back, this was destroyed, first by fire and again during the French revolution. However, it was restored in the 1980s and it has become a cultural centre as well as a tourist attraction. It hosts an annual festival, the Festival Lez Arts O Soleil, which includes a jazz festival that takes place from early July to the middle of August. The nearest Enterprise branches to La Tour d'Aigues are at Aix-en-Provence train station, which is about a 30-minute drive via the A51, and Marseille Airport, about a 40-minute drive from La Tour d'Aigues. Therefore, if you're arriving by train or plane into the region, you have flexible options for car hire with Enterprise Rent-A-Car.
When you're looking for car rental in La Tour d'Aigues, Enterprise has a comprehensive fleet of vehicles for both business and leisure. Hire a compact car for easy handling and city driving or an economy car to meet your budget. Enterprise also has luxury cars to travel in style, people carriers for extra space, and SUVs if you're exploring the rugged countryside around La Tour d'Aigues.
Enterprise makes La Tour d'Aigues car hire easy, with a smooth online booking process for both the Aix-en Provence and the Marseille Airport branches. With a great range of vehicles at competitive rates, you'll get the best deals when booking online, and can add satnavs, child seats and maybe an additional driver as extras when booking. Save money for prepaid rental and pick your ideal car from the fuel-efficient vehicles on offer from Enterprise.
The nearest airport to La Tour d'Aigues is Marseille Airport, which is around 33 miles to the southwest. If you're flying into Marseille, reaching La Tour d'Aigues is straightforward, via the A51 and D9. As France's fifth-largest airport, Marseille has plenty of facilities for those arriving from and departing on flights to all over the world. There are two terminals within walking distance of each other. Enterprise car rental is signposted from both terminals and is easy to find.
The Chateau de la Tour d'Aigues is a medieval castle, which hosts the Festival Lez Arts O Soleil and is a superb place to learn about French history. Visit the Chateau la Dorgonne and take a self-guided walk around the vineyard, which produces some of the best quality organic wine from the region. Please note that if you intend to sample the wine there, you must have a designated non-drinking driver. Finally, the Office de Tourisme Luberon Cote Sud provides visitors with excellent local information and tips and is well worth a visit.
Driving to Gordes is well worth the time. It will take you around an hour from La Tour d'Aigues, via the D943. In addition to the marvellous old town, Gordes has the Abbaye Notre-Dame de Senanque, with its beautiful summer lavender fields. Visit Lourmarin and the Chateau de Lourmarin, less than half an hour's drive from La Tour d'Aigues, via the D27. This lovely chateau will immerse you in a Provencal atmosphere, with its authentic architecture and classic 18th-century furniture. If you like markets, drive to Apt, which will take around 50 minutes via D27/D943. There, you'll find a breathtaking Saturday market, with almost everything you could ever want to buy!
As it is a rural town, you shouldn't have any problem driving in and around La Tour d'Aigues, in terms of traffic. Often, a satnav can be useful. There are many D roads in and out of the town, which make it easy to access different areas of the region. Expect busier traffic during the annual summer festival. Parking in the town should also be straightforward and you can park on the street or in public car parks, such as Parking Eglise or the Chateau's car park.