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Renting a Car in Naas provides low cost, value for money car rentals from a convenient location on the outskirts of Naas town with immediate access to major roadways travelling north bound to Dublin and southbound to Limerick and beyond. This location is accessible on foot from Naas town centre, and offers a wide range of vehicles for hire in Naas. All rental cars for Naas booked through are serviced by Europcar. Price Promise offers a price promise on all rent a cars. In fact, if you can find the same car for less, will match the price and beat it by 10% of the difference! If you happen to find a cheaper alternative, simply contact us and send us the comparison.

Fleet offers customers a huge selection of different types of cars and vans available to hire. Whether you are looking for a van rental to move house, or a car to tour around Ireland, has the vehicle for you.

Naas Tourist Information

A short 40 kilometre journey from Dublin you'll find the town of Naas. Naas is the county town of County Kildare, a population of over 20,000 makes it the largest town in the North Kildare region. Naas has a special place in the history of East Ireland as the town is known in Irish as 'Nás na Ríogh', meaning the 'Meeting Place of the Kings', and was named so as the town hosted meetings between the pre-Norman Irish kings from the Kingdom of Leinster. Following the Norman invasion of Ireland in the 11th century, Naas was continually used as a meeting place for the Parliament of Ireland.

Naas is a relatively small town, easily seen on foot, with many of the highlights located in the town centre but you'll need to hire a car in order to see the multitude of attractions and scenic beauty found in the surrounding countryside. The surrounding area has historic attractions, religious monuments, activity centres and much more to keep everyone in your travelling party entertained. The town centre offers plenty of accommodation options, entertainment facilities and a vibrant nightlife that comes to life on the weekends that draws crowds from all around the county.

Tourist Attractions

Naas Town Hall is situated in the heart of the town centre and has been here for over 200 years. The building’s original purpose was that of a jail but has been the seat of the municipal government for the past 150 years. The Town Hall features impressive architecture and is often noted as visitors favourite photo spot when in Naas. Just across the road one can find St. David’s Church, one of the more beautiful sites in Naas. This church is believed to have been built around the 13th century by Norman Barons for worship to the Church of Ireland.

A church of similar name. Church of Our Lady & St. David, is a Roman Catholic Church dating back to the 19th century. Visitors will find an impressive structure of Gothic revival design with a soaring steeple. The interior is even more impressive and taking time to experience a quiet moment of reflection is recommended for all those visiting Naas.

In the small village of Kilteel, 6 miles from Naas, you'll find a 13th century castle of the same name. The castle was originally built on the site of an ancient monastic settlement, Kilteel Castle is steeped in mystery. Having changed hands many times throughout time the castle's history is somewhat unknown with large gaps between remaining records. For history enthusiasts and fans of impressive ruins this should most definitely be on your to do list.

The Curragh is a 5000-acre flat plain a few miles south of Naas and appears, at first, to be just a huge empty area but on the contrary this land has a huge amount of history associated with it and plenty of attractions. The flat open plains has seen plenty of military activity throughout history as it was the site of numerous battles, a common mustering area for large forces, and is now the home of the Irish Defence Forces training facilities. There is a racecourse adjacent to the plains which sees some of Europe's biggest horse racing events take place here every year. During your time on the Curragh you should take some time to visit the famous Japanese Gardens or venture into Pollardstown Fen, the largest fen in the country. The Curragh has even appeared on the big screen as a huge amount of Mel Gibson’s Oscar winning Braveheart was filmed here. advantages at Naas offers the following benefits:

  • Wide range of cars & vans to rent
  • Excellent customer service
  • Price Promise: Find a better price elsewhere & we'll beat it

In Short

Whether you are hiring a car to discover the vast history and scenic beauty of County Kildare, or travel to the major cities of Ireland, can offer low cost car rental from Naas. By renting a car you have the freedom and flexibility to follow your own compass on your own schedule.

Our Address:

Jigginstown Business Park,
Newbridge Road,
Co Kildare,
W91 R9N3

Our Contact Numbers:

Telephone Number: +353 045 257440

Fax Number: +353 1 844 1915

Emergency Telephone Number: +353 1 844 1944

Opening Times: Opening Times

Returning Your Car Rental:

To return your Rental Car, drive to Newbridge Road and return to Europcar office, near SMC Car Sales