Welcome to Enterprise Rent-A-Car Aviles page where you will find a wide range of vehicles to choose from to fit exactly what you are looking for at great rates.
The town of Aviles is on the coast of Asturias, in the northwest of Spain. This port and post-industrial city has a population of 85,000. The area around modern Aviles has been settled by humans since Palaeolithic times, but it wasn't until the early Middle Ages when the port became an important trading post, primarily for salt, that the town began to develop its own identity. Industrialisation came to Aviles in the early 19th century, and migration from the surrounding countryside and other areas of Spain continued well into the 20th. Steel production was one of the mainstays of the local economy, and while there are still some manufacturing industries in Aviles, the more recent focus has been towards tourism, and trading on its ancient heritage. The city has an oceanic climate, with fairly warm summers and mild winters, during which rainy, windy conditions are not unusual. For details of the Enterprise Rent-A-Car branch in the town, see Aviles.
When it comes to choice, Enterprise can easily compete with any of its rivals. Perhaps you plan to stay in and around the town and need something to weave easily in and out of traffic. In that case, you should find that a fuel-efficient hatchback would suit your purpose nicely. Alternatively, If you want something upmarket, Enterprise offer a selection of luxury cars. Travelling with a large family or group of friends? Why not take advantage of a people carrier? You will certainly save on public transport fares. Alternatively, why not take out a sporty SUV? Enterprise do them too, and don't forget, you can get a great deal on vans of all sizes.
There is certainly a mismatch referring to cheap and Enterprise in the same sentence. Enterprise doesn't do cheap anything. What they offer is highly competitive prices for car hire, backed by first-class customer service. The price you are quoted for your car hire is the price you will pay, plus of course, any extras such as enhanced insurance or the hire of accessories. Importantly, there are no hidden extras and mileage is unlimited, as long as you pay for the petrol. A great way of cutting costs is by paying for your car in advance, and it is always best to book as early as possible, so that you get a great choice and the best price. Check out the website for details.
Asturias Airport serves Aviles, 10 miles away. Although a million and a half people pass through the airport each year, flights are mainly internal within Spain, although some inter-European services operate during the summer. Enterprise has a branch at the airport, which is particularly useful to travellers not planning to go into Aviles. Your hire car will be waiting for you on arrival, and once you have collected the keys and completed any paperwork, you can be on your way to your destination.
For a relatively small town, there is much to take the visitor's interest in Aviles. A good place to start for those interested in the history of this part of Spain is the Urban Museum, which has four floors displaying artefacts and other exhibits from Aviles. The Alfercam Museum presents an unusual pairing of ethnic musical instruments and classic cars. There are a number of churches and palaces in Aviles, such as the 13th-century Church of Saint Thomas of Canterbury (Thomas Beckett) or the Romanesque Church of Saint Nicholas. Among the secular buildings of interest is the Palacio Valdes Theatre, built in the early years of the 20th century. The theatre is now enjoying a new lease of life after being closed between 1972 and 1992.
A drive along the coast provides the visitor with some stunning views, and never more than in Llanes, the fishing port 68 miles to the east of Aviles, on Spain's Costa Verde. Amble around the old harbour, or take a thrilling walk on the cliffs. Gijon is 18 miles east of Aviles and famous for hosting what many aficionados regard as the best film annual festival in Spain. The town has an aquarium, Roman ruins to explore and a botanical garden. There are a number of museums in Gijon; most unusual among them being the International Bagpipe Museum.
Northern Spain has fast and well-maintained motorways, with a volume of traffic that is usually well below major British roads. A and B roads are also free-flowing, signposting is good and there are no toll roads. Visitors planning to drive in the area should make sure they do not breach driving regulations. When driving into Aviles, it is important to have a good idea of how the traffic flows, know where the restricted zones and one-way systems are, and have a foolproof route to the nearest car park. Car park and on-street parking is available in the town. Street spaces are colour-coded, time restricted and metered, based on how close to the centre they are.