The best RV's, campervans and Motorhomes for rent in Italy
Campervan and motorhome hire in Italy is an incredible way to experience this vast and enchanting country. Italy offers an unbeatable mix of unparalleled food, breathtaking mountain ranges, impressive national parks, fantastic beaches, and rich history, all of which you can access with a campervan hire.
Italy is filled with stunning national parks you can easily reach via campervan or motorhome hire.
The Dolomiti Bellunesi National Park in Northern Italy is spectacular. Dramatic mountain expanses, varied wildlife, and excellent hikes are just a taste of what's on offer.
Travel south in your campervan or motorhome hire, and you can discover the Gargano National Park. Stunning beaches, magical forests, and mountains are just a few of the sights that keep visitors returning to this vast protected area.
If you are taking in the sites on our Central Italy campervan road trip , the National Park of Abruzzo is well worth a visit. This densely forested park is perfect for peaceful hikes and unspoiled surroundings. You might even catch a glimpse of wolves, bears, or red deer on your trip.
Take your campervan hire south, and you can experience Mount Etna National Park in Sicily. You can hike your way to the crater of an active volcano or take a cable car for a more relaxed excursion.
Campervan or motorhome hire in Italy is the best way to access the country's unmissable and varied waterways and coastlines.
Take our Sardinia road trip , and you can relax on the Gulf of Orosei. Blue waters and white sands await intrepid travellers. The Italian mainland has a spectacular coastline as well. Cala Porto in Bari is uniquely beautiful, while the Gulf of Baratti, not too far from Florence, has some of the most underrated coastlines Italy has to offer.
Southern Italy has some incredible beaches too. Some of the best in Sicily are Cefalu Beach and the memorable sandy bay of Calamosche Beach.
Our north Italy motorhome road trip will put you close to three of the world's most famous bodies of water: Lake Como, Lake Garda, and Lake Maggiore. The country's centre also has its delights, including the mountain lake of Karersee and the scenic sailing hotspot, Lake Bracciano.
There are plenty of famous rivers to visit too. The River Po is Italy's longest, flowing eastward from the north and taking in cities such as Turin and Piacenza. The River Tiber, which flows through Rome, and the River Adige to the north are well worth a visit.
Italy is a top-rated holiday destination, so campervan spots tend to fill up quickly. If we were to provide you with just one camping tip , it would be to book your campervan or motorhome sites ahead of time to avoid any risk or disappointment.
If you plan to visit the lakes in the north, GardaAgricamper is worth staying at. Situated on the southern end of Lake Garda, it has everything you need for a pleasant stay.
For something more coastal, you can try Agri Camper Camping just south of Livorno on the west coast. Quiet, safe, and surrounded by greenery, it's a fantastic place for a relaxing stay.
To the east, you can find the Gulliver camper in Cologna Spiaggia. Well-run, clean, and less than five minutes from the beach, this little spot of paradise is a perfect place to stop for the night with your campervan or RV hire.
Italy is well connected from north to south by tolled freeways. The tolls vary according to the distance covered and are the same for both cars and campers. Along the way, there are rest areas with bars and fuel stations. Please remember that in Italy, driving is on the right side.