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Where to pick up your car
The most popular car hire location in Gerona is Gerona Airport (GRO), which is just over 20 mins'' drive from the centre (16km).
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Gerona are Firefly, Goldcar, Interrent, Alamo and Europcar.
Warmest month: August (24°C)
Coldest month: January (10°C)
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Hire a car in Gerona
Gerona is the place to be if you’re looking to get away from Barcelona’s overwhelming energy.
Around 100km from the big city, Gerona manages to impress with a delicious dining scene, museums, galleries and one of Spain’s last surviving Jewish quarters. Medieval buildings pile up within the city’s centre and will make you feel as if you’ve stepped back in time. Be sure to walk atop the ancient stone walls for the best views of the city.
Costa Brava Region
A Dali road trip
The Costa Brava has become intertwined with its most famous and avant-garde son: Salvador Dalí. Whether you’re a fan of the artist''s work or simply enjoy the unusual or bizarre, a road trip from Gerona to the places Dalí was inspired by is a must.
In Figueres, where Dalí was born and died, you’ll find the Dalí Theatre Museum, the most captivating of Dalí’s sites. The museum was conceived by the artist as the world’s biggest surrealist object and is emblematic of his curious imagination.
On the coast in the village of Port Lligat, is the Dalí House Museum, where the surrealist lived and worked for 35 years. To finish off your Dalí tour, head to Púbol to see the Gala Dalí Castle, which was completely restored by the artist, with his own odd touch.
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The ultimate Gerona road trip
Gerona Airport GRO
Gerona Airport is well connected to Costa Brava and the Pyrenees.
Car hire pick up point
Car hire companies are located outside of the terminal – some have shuttles to take you to their rental desks.
The largest lake in Catalonia, Lake Banyoles hosted the 1992 Barcelona Olympic rowing. This body of water is great for a casual kayak ride.
Fan of Dalí? The surrealist monuments here make the entire town feel like a tribute to the artist.
This fisherman''s village and its tranquil waterfront is the easternmost point of Spain.
An archaeological zone showcasing the remains of the Greek and Roman civilizations that once lived here.
Beyond the beaches
Garrotxa Volcanic Zone
Garrotxa, meaning rough uneven land, is considered the most significant volcanic area on the Iberian Peninsula. A landscape sculpted by gorges, cliffs and volcanic cones (over 40 of them), Garrotxa is an outstanding outdoor adventure for those seeking greenery, rather than sand and sea.
Following centuries of eruptions – the last taking place over 11,000 years ago – 20 lava outcrops were created. There is also an abundance of walking routes throughout the area, each with its own vantage point and some which lead onto old medieval towns.
Garrotxa is around an hour from Gerona, making it an easy drive before a long, invigorating trek.