Reunion Car Hire
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A stunning overseas department and region of France, Reunion is located in the Indian Ocean off East Africa, some 175km southwest of Mauritius and 550km east of Madagascar. Its population of 860,000 speaks Reunion Creole as well as French (the official language) and it’s part of the European Union. In terms of attractions, Reunion has an almost otherworldly beauty, with white and black sand beaches, verdant forests, roaring waterfalls, majestic mountains, and bustling coastal cities. As well as the Creole language, you’ll also experience Creole architecture, cuisine, and colourful religious festivals. The capital of Reunion is Saint-Denis ̶ it’s located at the north side of the island and is actually the 20th-biggest city in the whole of France.
Hiring a car in Reunion can help you see all of the hot spots under your own steam and Enjoy Travel makes it easy with straightforward online booking and a wide choice of vehicles from trusted partners. For instance, an economy Eco Clio Iv Emotion costs just €21.94 a day at Saint-Denis Airport if you book ahead of time, an Eco Polo Diesel is €22.59 a day, and a sporty Citroen C3 is €28.96 a day. Hire a car in Reunion from Enjoytravel.com and enjoy your slice of paradise.
Guide to Reunion
Reunion was first inhabited in the 16th Century by French and Malagasy settlers and it became a French overseas department in 1946. It’s named Reunion after the National Guard in Paris was reunited with revolutionaries from Marseille in 1792 and it was also named ‘Ile Bonaparte’ for a while. This is a unique island with stunning scenery and a vibrant culture and visitors often fall in love at first sight.
Things to do in Reunion
Hiring a car and touring the island is one of the most rewarding activities in Reunion. The Route de Volcan is particularly dramatic, as is the route into Cirque de Cilaos ̶ scenery ranges from chameleonic villages to lagoons, lava cliffs to beautiful beaches and pine forests to mountains and canyons. You can also visit Piton de la Fournaise, which is one of the most active volcanoes in the world, and you’ll pass through the Plaine des Sables on the way, which is an almost Martian landscape.
Eating out in Reunion
Reunion is a treat for the taste buds as well as the eyes. At restaurants like Midi Panon, Casa Cosy and La Terranga, you can enjoy fine French and Creole dishes which blend texture, flavour and colour to dazzling and delicious effect.
Getting about in Reunion
Drive on the right in Reunion. Hiring a car is the most reliable way to get around. The main airport is at Saint-Denis.
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