Car Hire at Reus Airport
This information is correct as of May 2015
Whether you want to Flamenco all night in magical Barcelona, take the kids to a sunny Spanish theme park or spend days dining on seafood in Tarragona, you can find the best car hire at Reus Airport with Skyscanner.
Where to hire a car at Reus Airport
There are six car hire companies with a desk at Reus Airport: Goldcar, Solmar, Hertz, Avis, Europecar and Auriga Crown. They are located to the left of the luggage carousel in the arrivals hall, so you don’t need to go far to pick up your car.
Petrol stations near Reus Airport
Depending on your car rental agreement, you may need to hand your car back with a full tank.
When you leave the airport, you will pass the 'Aeroclub' on your left. The Entrance to Reus Airport is close to the Aeroclub. At the end of the road turn right onto the T-11 road, heading towards Reus centre. After a minute or so you will reach a roundabout. Go straight ahead onto the Avinguda de Tarragona and you will find a petrol station on the left hand side of the road.
Driving around Reus Airport
Alicante Airport is well connected to the region’s main roads. As you’re leaving the airport there’s a roundabout. Turn left for the AP-7 motorway (aka the Autopista del Mediterráneo) and the N-340, or use the sliproad to turn right onto the N-332 on the right. The AP-7 is a toll road, and most of the booths take credit and debit cards. If you don’t want to pay any tolls you can get to most places by using the smaller N-roads.
Getting to your destination
We’ve put together a quick guide on getting to the most popular destinations from Reus Airport.
With one of the prettiest medieval centres in all of Spain, eternally sunny Tarragona is a magical seaside city with elegant architecture, lip-smacking sea food and a lively night life. Perfect for the whole family.
It takes just 20 minutes to reach Tarragona from Reus. From the airport, head southeast on the Avinguda de la Salle. Continue on to the C-15 Av. Salou before exiting for the T-11 that goes directly in to Tarragona.
The city of Gaudi masterpieces is a vibrant, fun loving and sunkissed city, with beaches, world-class art, culture and cuisine, and a nightlife that is the envy of Europe. From Flamenco and jazz to medieval caves and trendy prosecco bars, Barcelona is steeped in Iberian magic.
Barcelona is just over an hour away from Reus Airport. Get on the C-14 from the airport and then onto the AP-7. Follow signs for Tarragona until you get on the T-11 then follow signs for Barcelona. You need to take the E-15 highway which is also a toll road. Take exit 31 for Barcelona Airport, then continue onto the C-32 and exit this at junction 16B for Barcelona.
Close to the beaches of the Costa Dorada Coast, the hometown of Anton Gaudi is a beautiful old city with winding streets, summer festivals, superb tapas bars, raucous street entertainers and great nightlife. With a theme park close by, this is also a lovely family destination.
The drive from Reus Airport to the city centre is very quick and straightforward with the 5km journey taking between 10-15 minutes. Just take the exit road which runs parallel to the runway past the Aeroclub on your left and then turn right at the end of this road on to the T11 and follow the signposts into Reus. If you have GPS the airport postcode is E-43200.
Reus is not a big city. With many tourists heading for the coast, most resorts provide amply free parking. In the city, parking in the small centre is difficult and is charged. The cost is between €1 and €2* per hour. It is a better idea to book a hotel in Reus that offers parking. Some hotels in Reus have car parking; usually this costs extra.
Prices subject to change