Great Rates for MotorHome Rental in Alghero, Sardinia
Campervan rental in Alghero
Alghero is a fantastic destination to start a self-exploration of the stunning island of Sardinia. Consisting of beaches, World Heritage sites, hills and mountains, the island is best seen by hiring a self contained motorhome. The road network is great and there are plenty of camping van sites to be found.
Sardinia has always been popular among locals but is fast becoming an international destination. Self-drive is one of the best ways to see the island and witness all that is has to offer.
What a wonderful trip in Italy with a camper van from motorhome Italy. We had 30 days days traveling across that beautiful country and the van became our temporary home that we now really miss . We found Kindness everywhere from the people of Italy and the country itself was just beautiful. It was sad returning the van on the last day. We will return next year and will rent a van with you as it is easy and secure. Jon Van Leeuwen
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Recommended campervan drives in Alghero
This drive will take you to the awe-inspiring Cappo Gracia, where Neptune’s Grotto is located. Visit some lovely fishing villages along the coast as well as the famous beaches at La Pelosa. Rest at camper sites such as campsite Torre del Porticciolo or camping Village Li Nibari.
Drive along this stunning coast near Arbus to visit breathtaking beaches. From Alghero, head south along the SP49 and stop at camping Village Bella Sardinia to visit the medieval town of Bosa. Then continue along the SS-292, which joins the SS-126. You can break the journey up by stopping at campsite S’Ene Arrubia.
This is a lovely drive through the interior of the island, ending at the popular resort areas of San Teodoro and Budoni. There are some great camper sites along this route, including campsite La Pineta and Campsite Tavolara, among others.
The roads throughout the island are great; some of the smaller roads are slower but scenic. There are petrol stations along most routes.
Urban roads: 50kph unless otherwise posted
Provincial highways: 90kph
National roads and motorways: 110-130kph
0.5 per cent, fines are quite high, with possible imprisonment.
Driving on the right is customary here, and be aware that Italians love to drive close to the vehicle in front of them. Most routes are patrolled and police do not tolerate speeding.
High due to transportation costs.