Rent a Car at Heraklion City


Best Car Rental Offers at Heraklion City

No Prepay is required

We won’t ask you to prepay for the car rental. All payments are made face to face when we meet you and you see the car you are renting from us.

24/7 Support

We are 24/7 by your side for any help you will need or for any problem you might have.

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Heraklion city (aka Iraklio) is the largest city on the island with a population of over 140.000 and located on the North coast, conveniently approx. in the middle of Crete. It is the location of the island’s main airport and also has a large bus station with routes running frequently across the island in all directions.

It is most well known because it is home to the famous Minoan Palace of Knossos and the Myth of the Minotaur. Rare archaeological findings such as the Phaistos disc can be found in the city’s museum too. There are other museums to keep visitors coming, such as the Historical museum, the Natural History museum and the museum of Ancient Greek Technology

Even if one skips the museums, the city itself has much to offer. Venetian walls surround the old part of the city which is now the centre and at the picturesque harbour, the Koules Fortress can be found which dates back to the 16th century. Walking through the city, don’t miss St. Mark’s Basilica, Lion Square Fountain and the Loggia (town hall), the two latter built by Francesco Morozini. Walking around the back streets of Agia Triada or Lakkos area, many quirky old buildings stand out and many places mentioned in the books of Nikos Kazantzakis can be found to today. At the highest point of the walls, lies the grave of Kazantzakis which can also be visited by those interested.

For those more interested in the religious aspects, there are three main churches which should be visited and all of them are centrally located: Saint Titus, Saint Minas and Saint Catherine’s next to it and Saint Peter of Dominicans. All of them with their own history and background.

In terms of food and drink, there could not be more options for visitors of both Greek and international cuisine, quality and fast-food, gluten-free, vegan… something for everyone! Relax by the Morozini fountain, drinking a Greek coffee and eating some bougatsa while you watch the world go by or try some of the local gyros or souvlaki. Stroll up the central market to find local herbs and spices, cheese or yoghurt, or simply to enjoy the scents of them floating in the air surrounding you.

The city never sleeps and nightlife can also be exciting even during weekdays, with cafes and bars filled with people creating a buzz. Trust where the locals go and don’t be afraid to spend some time walking around – even though Heraklion is the capital of Crete, it is still very safe.

On the other hand, should you wish to drive around, Apex Rent A Car is at your bid and call to offer our best services in aid of your memorable holiday!

What Apex Car Rentals Offers?

Special 100% Full Insurance

We provide you Premium Insurance, with NO EXCESS & NO RISK ( FDW + CDW ), so you don’t have to worry for nothing! 24 hours road assistance is included in the unlikely event of a breakdown.

No Prepay Needed​

We won’t ask you to prepay for the car rental. All payments are made face to face when we meet you and you see the car you are renting from us.

No Hidden Extras

What you see is what you get! We are not hiding anything in the small-print and should anything extra need to be charged, you will be duly asked for your consent.

Airport Pickup & Dropoff

24hr airport pick up and drop off are available upon request when you book with us to make your trip a pleasurable and stress-free experience

Car Delivery Service

Prefer to have a vehicle brought to your doorstep? Just let us know and it can be arranged to provide you with a seamless transition from walking to driving!

Unlimited Mileage

We offer unlimited mileage on all cars in our fleet, as long as they remain on the island of Crete.