Book cheap car hire in Sardinia to discover this fascinating Italian island surrounded by miles upon miles of white sandy beaches and lush turquoise waters.
The wonderful island of Sardinia may be known for its exotic beaches and welcoming waters - you will find it hard not to laze around under the scorching sun every day of your getaway - but there are also fascinating archaeological sites to seek out further inland. Make sure you check out our top 5 tourist attractions in Sardinia below.
As a family run business our focus is on you, our customer. We’re dedicated to providing you with the best service possible. Book your rental car in Sardinia through us and we’ll give you breakdown assistance anywhere on the island, a free additional driver, unlimited mileage, and built-in excess insurance. Get the best value car hire with us!
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We provide car hire at all the major airports in Sardinia, including:
Cagliari Airport - The bustling capital of Sardinia, Cagliari, is the perfect starting point for exploring the southern side of this amazing Italian island. Once a day out seeing the sights has come to a close, there are excellent restaurants serving delicious local cuisine to visit, as well as brilliant options for accommodation. Pick up a car to explore the southern half of Sardinia.
Olbia Airport - Head to the port of Olbia and you’ll find yourself a stone's throw away from a selection of picturesque beaches that line Sardinia's jagged northern coast. In order to see a glitzier side of the island make sure you pay Costa Smeralda a visit too.
Alghero Airport - Although Sardinia is an Italian island, the resort of Alghero in the north has managed to maintain its wonderful Catalan heritage - the language is still spoken throughout this district and the Spanish legacy continues in the nearby town of Iglesias, where the atmosphere is much more Spanish.
If you’re looking to visit the north of the island, you should fly to Olbia Airport or Alghero.
Set out exactly how you would like to tour Sardinia by having a browse through our in depth travel guide of the island. Remember to top up your knowledge about driving in Sardinia before leaving for the airport as well.