Our Meet and Greet Team will welcome you at the airport, your hotel, coastal resort, or any venue that suits your travel plans. We offer all the latest models in the Mini range, including the Mini Cooper Cabriolet, the Mini Clubman and the Mini Cooper S. Choose a drop-top or closed top, as you desire.
Open-air drive in a Mini Cooper Cabriolet
The Mini Cooper Cabriolet is a 2-door, 4-seater fun car for a road trip in France. This cute car offers a nifty, responsive and laid-back drive, ideal for cruising around Paris or exploring the French countryside.
The Mini Cooper Cabriolet is powered by a 1.6-Litre engine and a 6-speed manual transmission. The driver has the new Mini Head-Up Display that offers a safe driving experience by giving you a full view of the vital info you need in the line of your eyesight. Real Time Traffic Information, RTTI, keeps you up to date with the latest traffic and road conditions, allowing you to plan your trip with confidence.
Rent a fun Mini Cooper or Mini Cooper S
The Mini Cooper and Mini Cooper S are powered by a 1.6-Litre engine and a 6-speed manual transmission. They are fun-to-drive, subcompact models with a stylish, high-class cabin. The Mini Cooper comes in a 3-door option, ideal for two people. There is also a 5-door option, with a stretch to the body that makes the teeny Mini more spacious for a family.
If you enjoy a jazzed-up look, the Mini Cooper S has some fun features. It has sporty bumpers, twin rear pipes and 17-inch alloys. Take note of the British Union Jack design on the rear lights.
For the driver, there is a choice of Sport, Normal or Eco Drive Modes. Driver Assist Features include Active Cruise Control. Stability Control ensures that you cruise safely around tight bends. You can switch it off if you want a fun turn-and-swerve experience.
Seek adventure in a Mini Countryman
Explore the Côte d'Azur in the new Mini Countryman. This is the larger model in the Mini range, powered by a TwinPower Turbo, 1.5-litre, 3-cylinder direct-injection engine. It seats 5 adults and offers a speedy, responsive and fun drive. This is your ultimate cute SUV, with great off-road capabilities.
The driver has a choice of Drive Modes. Sport Mode gives a rush of adrenaline as it boosts steering and throttle response for a more dynamic experience. Green Mode achieves maximum fuel efficiency and Mid Mode offers a relaxed drive while you take in the beauty of the scenery.
The new Mini Countryman has been reimagined for the modern generation with an impression of strength and refinement. But, it will still appeal to those who want a hint of carefree bygone days.
Rent a Mini in France
Drive to Giverny
A one hour drive from Paris takes you to the tranquil town of Giverny. Take delivery of your Mini Cooper S and set off for a day of fun and adventure.
The famous artist Monet lived and painted here from 1883 until he died in 1926. You can visit his magical garden where he created his iconic Water Lily Series. Then stroll around the fabulous Musée des Impressionnismes to see some of his works.
Drive to L'église Ste-Radegonde, a beautiful church which is his resting place. It was originally built in the 11th and 12th centuries. Head for the river, where you can see the splendid old mill, Vieux Moulin, overlooking the water. If you continue your drive along the banks of the river, you get to Vernon, a short distance of 10 km away. The road takes you through the stunning Normandy landscape, with chalky cliffs, timber-framed buildings and old mills.
Head back to Giverny and stop for a late lunch at the Restaurant Les Nymphéas, the Water Lilies. They serve some of the painter's favourite recipes.
Explore the wine route
Take delivery of your Mini Cabriolet in Paris and head south towards Bordeaux. This quaint town is often known as Little Paris and is set on the banks of the Garonne River.
This open-minded city offers a stunning vibrant music, culture and arts scene. Sip wine with your steak lunch at Bordeaux’s best steak restaurant, La Brasserie Bordelaise.
Continue your drive to Dordogne, a scenic one and half hour drive through a magical countryside dotted with villages filled with stone houses. Stop for a tour of a winery and some tasting. Then it is off to Cahors, a town rich in history. Stand on the 14th century Valentré Bridge and look up to see the sculpture of the Devil on top of one of the towers. Time for more wine. This is the wine route, after all! Relax at a streetside cafe and sip a glass of Chateau Palmer, a Bordeaux red blend.