Car hire in Sardinia

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Car hire on Sardinia

On this page you’ll find tips and advice on hiring a car on the Italian island Sardinia, and the cheapest rental cars at guaranteed lowest price. If this is your first time renting a car in Italy, please read our general tips on car hire in the country via the link below.

Car hire at Sardinian Airports

There are three airports on Sardinia: Alghero (AHO), Cagliari (CAG) and Oliba (OLB). The airports are located in different parts of the island, but you’ll find car rental offices at all of them. It is also possible to pick up your rental at other locations on the island. Check with your chosen firm to find out exactly what cities are available.

There are no big motorways on Sardinia, but the roads are generally in good condition and driving on the island is easy.

Where to go on Sardinia

Sardinia is the island that has everything from history to fabulous beaches. With a car, getting around the island is smooth and easy, and there’s a lot to see and do along the way.¬†Below we’ll mention some of our favourite spots.

Stintino
The fishing village of Stintino, on Sardinia’s northern coast, has one of the most beautiful and famous beaches on the island: La Pelosa. Here you’ll find completely clear water and a beach with white sand. There are also several other beautiful beaches that are perfect for swimming and sunbathing.

Bosa
On the West coast of Sardinia, you’ll find the cosy town of Bosa, located on a small hill. This town has a long and interesting history. Here you’ll find the ruins of the Malaspina castle as well as many beautiful buildings. Furthermore, the houses in the city are stacked on top of each other and painted in many different colouts, giving the city a very unique look.

Cagliari
The capital of Sardinia is Cagliari and it’s located on the southern part of the island. Here you’ll find almost everything collected in one place: metropolis, shopping, history and beaches. For example, you can visit the preserved ruins of medieval Cagliari, but also see tall modern buildings in the town centre. The city also has an eight-kilometre stretch of beach where you can sunbathe and swim.