Specialist in car rental, ITC Tropicar is a safe bet for renting a vehicle in Reunion Island. These agencies based in the 4 corners of the island allow customers to get information at any time during their stay on the island.
The ITC Tropicar agency in Sainte-Clotilde is at your disposal as soon as you arrive in Reunion. This agency, as well as the others, offers a wide choice of cars to its customers.
ITC Tropicar agents are attentive and support each client as best they can during their car rental in Sainte-Clotilde.
With their experience in the field and happy to talk about their island, the agents can advise you on the activities to see and do on Reunion Island and in Saint-Denis so that you don't miss a thing during your stay.
What to do with a rental car in Saint-Denis Réunion?
Saint-Denis is the capital of Reunion but also the largest overseas city.
The commune of Saint-Denis is located in the north of the island and has 140 km2 for nearly 150,000 inhabitants, known as Dionysians.
Saint-Denis, which is the city closest to Reunion's airport, has a strong cultural and architectural heritage. The “Rue de Paris” is one of the must-see places in the city of Saint-Denis because it concentrates many Creole villas steeped in history.
Discover Saint-Denis with a rental car
For shopaholics and night owls, the city of Saint-Denis has it all.
At the wheel of your rental car, take the time to take a break to sip a drink or have an aperitif in the various restaurants and bars of Saint-Denis in Reunion.
If it is the city center and its shops that attract you, do not hesitate to park and explore the city on foot.
With these 600 traders and architectural buildings, Saint-Denis gives visitors an air of historic visit during their shopping moment.
Explore the Barachois in Saint-Denis
If you are looking for a nice little stroll to do in Saint-Denis day or night, park your ITC Tropicar rental car in Le Barachois.
Close to the city's seafront, the Barachois is an old port but also a historic place in Reunion.
With these guns turned towards the sea, Le Barachois offers a beautiful walk with a view of the corniche road (coastal road) and the Indian Ocean.
A place very popular with the people of Dyonis, the Barachois is a very lively site because it regularly hosts events such as concerts or even night markets.
Between its bars, restaurants or even the Barachois casino, it's up to you to sit down to enjoy the Dionysian atmosphere.