Despite its compact size, Wales makes a big impression. From the cosmopolitan capital city of Cardiff to the breathtaking landscapes of the Brecon Beacons National Park and Snowdonia, there’s something to spark every traveller’s interest.
Avis has car rental branches in locations across Wales, including at Cardiff Airport. When you make your booking, you can select from one of our popular Avis car hire locations. If you do not see the correct location for you, please use the search bar above.
Our fleet offers a wide choice of car hire options depending on your budget and plans, from small economy cars perfect for short weekend getaways to larger-sized vehicles ideal for families or longer holidays. Enjoy instant booking and a range of extras such as child seats, GPS, additional drivers, and more.
During the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Avis has put in place additional safety measures to ensure the health and well-being of all our customers and staff. This includes stringent cleaning and sanitisation of all our vehicles following WHO guidelines - with close attention paid to those surfaces common to touch such as door handles, steering wheels, controls and hard surfaces, as well as flexible cancellation policies and a fully contactless rental experience.
From striking mountain passes to rolling green pastures to glassy lakes and secluded beaches, there are few places in this part of the world to rival the natural scenery of Wales. Having a hire car opens up endless possibilities to explore and feast your eyes on the beauty and heritage of Wales at your own pace.
As far as epic road trips go, the Brecon Beacons ticks all the boxes. One of three national parks in Wales, the A4069 crosses the Black Mountains, while the steep Gospel Pass is the highest road in Wales, and winds its way over the mountains from Abergavenny to Hay-on-Wye.
For what is arguably Wales’ most scenic drive, make your way to Snowdonia, a paradise of jagged rocky peaks, rare wildlife, evergreen forests and sparkling lakes. You can start or end your journey in the historic market town of Aberystwyth, and along the way, stretch your legs at the popular Victorian seaside resort town of Llandudno and visit the medieval fortress and UNESCO World Heritage site, Conwy Castle.
For a real departure from the beaten track, discover the Pembrokeshire coastline, home to broad stretches of unspoilt coastline dotted with quaint whitewashed villages. Take some time to relax by the sea, or for something more active, take a break from driving and hike along the picturesque costal paths.