Picturesque harbour in Sardinia

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The island of Sardinia is one of the most beautiful regions of Italy. It's famous for its white, sandy beaches and stunning mountainous regions, as well as a laidback yet sophisticated lifestyle, making it an ever-popular destination, especially for couples looking for a romantic getaway.

Why go?

This Italian island is set in the Mediterranean and is well known for great quality and unspoilt holidays. Car rental really opens up the island...

Sardinia is actually closer to Africa than it is to Italy and has the benefit of a multitude of different European influences. You will find elements of Rome, Genoa, Catalonia and many other cultures in among the unspoilt landscapes and remote villages that are dotted throughout the island.

 In Sardinia car hire is one of the best ways to explore and is well worth the extra cost. There are many secluded spots which are otherwise inaccessible so hiring a car is the perfect way to make the most of everything the island has to offer.

Car hire in Sardinia is easy to arrange as there are pick-up points from several airports, including Alghero (AHO), Cagliari (CAG) and Olbia (OLB). Once your car hire is arranged you can explore all of the island's beauty spots at your own pace and really get the opportunity to soak up the atmosphere.

A holiday in Sardinia really is an experience that shouldn't be missed. There is some fantastic food and drink, breath-taking pastoral landscapes and a wealth of folklore and traditions for you to explore and hiring a car is one of the best ways to get the full Sardinian experience.

Where to explore?

Sardinia car hire will allow you discover every part of the island...

From Santa Magherita di Pula and Caligari in the south to the gorgeous beaches of Costa Smeralda and Baia Sardinia and Porto Cervo in the north there are many resorts and villages to discover. Each resort is renowned for its delectable food and drink and you will find a vast number of local specialities throughout the region.

Other resorts which are popular with visitors include Chia and Nora in the south. The northern resorts of Baia Sardinia, Porto Cervo, Oliena, Cala Capra, Alghero, Coral Riviera, Isolo Rossa and Porto Rafael all have a unique charm and range from medieval villages to bustling cities. For a truly exclusive and chic break, the famous Forte Village is one of the most luxurious resorts on the whole island.