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Aguadilla Car Hire
 
 

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Explore the beauty of Puerto Rico with a car hire in Aguadilla from Sixt. We offer a range of premium cars, estates and 4x4s, so whether you're here to hit the beaches, enjoy some family time or meet with clients, we have a vehicle for you. And thanks to our competitive prices and excellent customer service, booking with Sixt will get your visit off to a flying start.

 
  • Aguadilla Airport
    405 Hangar
    00604 Aguadilla

    Mo. - Su.22:00 - 16:00
    Bank Holidays22:00 - 16:00
    Book at this branch

  • Aguadilla Airport

    Sixt Car Rental
    405 Hangar
    00604 Aguadilla

    Mo. - Su.22:00 - 16:00
    Bank Holidays22:00 - 16:00

    Available vehicle categories: Cars & Estates, 4x4s

Car Hire in Aguadilla

To help you make the most of your car rental in Aguadilla, you might also like to check out some of our optional extras. If it's your first time in Puerto Rico, for instance, you might like to opt for a Sat Nav to get mobile. Or if you're under 25, it's worthwhile exploring our packages for younger drivers. There's plenty we can offer you here at Sixt. That said, we should make clear that when you make your booking, you'll only be able to specify the category of car, not a particular model.

Getting out and About with Your Car Hire in Aguadilla

With its bustling harbour and pristine bay, Aguadilla offers plenty to see and do. A major attraction for families with young children is the La Cascadas, the biggest aquatic theme part in the entire Caribbean. And if you're interested in learning more about the history of Aguadilla, a short drive in you rental car will take you to the Ojo de Agua (the eye of the water), an atmospheric underground freshwater spring or the ruins of the Punta Borinquen Lighthouse which was washed away by a tidal wave in 1918. If you want to get away by yourself, there are many trails leading up into the mountains, Meanwhile, keen surfers should motor on down to Crashboat beach, a prime spot for watersports.