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Mauritius Quatre Bornes Car Rental

Location Details
Address: 5 Ave.Bernardin de SaintPierre
  72350 Quatre Bornes, Mauritius MU +230-4271111
 
Location: City
GDS - Code: MRUC01
SIXT #: 6211
Opening Hours
Mo. - Su.08:30 - 16:30
Bank Holiday08:30 - 16:30
 
 24 h pickup
24 h return

Welcome to Mauritius Quatre Bornes Sixt rent a car

Places of interest in the vicinity of Quatre Bornes town : Quatre Bornes market : Market famous for low prices products ranging from vegetable , fast foods , man made gifts , and being exposed on Thursdays and Sundays , this place is well known and a must to have a stop . Shopping malls : various franchise malls as Shoprite can be found


( Branch Manager )

 

Location Details

Opening Hours

Mo. - Su.08:30 - 16:30
Bank Holiday08:30 - 16:30

Contacts / Lost & Found

SIXT # Mauritius Quatre Bornes MRUC01 5 Ave.Bernardin de SaintPierre 72350 Quatre Bornes, Mauritius -20.260282, 57.471018 +230-4271111 +230-4271010

SIXT # Mauritius Quatre Bornes MRUC01

5 Ave.Bernardin de SaintPierre
72350 Quatre Bornes, Mauritius
 
Phone +230-4271111
Fax +230-4271010

Location plan - how to find us

Your way to Sixt

The Summertimes/Sixt rent a car head office is situated in Quatre Bornes town, nearly the centre of Mauritius in the district of Plaines Wilhems. It is 40 kms away from the airport and within 1 hour drive from the airport. One should take the highway from the Airport leading to the north.


Outside open hours - pick-up & return

Out of hour pickup possible. Out of hour return possible.

Key box available!

Categories and Services

  • Compact Cars & Sedans
  • 24 h pickup
  • 24 h return

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