The best campervans and motorhomes for hire in Naples
Naples is a fantastic destination for campers looking to spend time surrounded by picturesque volcanic landscapes and breathtaking coastal views. Hire a campervan in Naples and get ready to have a great time in the national parks, natural reserves, beaches, and campgrounds of one of the most beautiful regions of Italy, Campania. By the end, you'll wish for your road trip adventure never to end!
Explore the national parks in the area, where you can enjoy the beauty of Italian nature, such as the Vesuvius National Park in the south of Naples. Be sure to go up the Gran Cono trail and hike to the crater of Vesuvius. Keep heading south on your campervan, to Salerno, and try the Cilento in Volo (zipline) in the unique Cilento and Vallo di Diano National Park.
Along your journey, include some of Naples's natural reserves and forests in your trip plan. In Gaiola Underwater Park, you can snorkel and kayak in protected waters. If you prefer to stay on land, go west and hike in the beautiful Cratere Degli Astroni and Oasi Naturalistica di Monte Nuovo. Head east on your campervan to the Regional Forest of Roccaraniola for a scenic picnic. If you need food inspiration check out our article about tasty and healthy road trip snacks to bring with you .
Naples's coastline is among the largest and most popular on the Mediterranean coast. There are plenty of beaches worth the visit! To the west of Naples, you can enjoy the sun and the waves at Miliscola beach, La Gaiola beach, and Schiacchetiello beach. Heading north with your campervan, you'll find Lago Patria beach along with several close-by beaches near Castel Volturno Natural Reserve, and Sassolini beach. In Sorrento, to the east of the centre of Naples, there are the unique Baths of Queen Giovanna, an enchanting cove with crystal clear water.
Spend a relaxing time or start a new campervan adventure at the lakes. Go west of the city centre to Lake di Averno, in Campi Flegrei, and have a hot cup of coffee while observing nature, or hire a kayak and get in the water. In the direction of Castel Volturno, to the northwest of Naples, you'll find the largest lake in the Campania region, Lake Patria. There are plenty of restaurants nearby, where you can enjoy a delicious Italian meal.
The most famous coastal area is the Amalfi Coast, but due to its narrow, cliffside roads, you can't travel there in a campervan or motorhome during high season. Instead, enjoy the natural landscapes in the area, such as the natural reserve of La Valle delle Ferriere, where you find breathtaking waterfalls and many trails to explore.
If you go north, in the direction of Rome , you'll enjoy another section of Italy's unique seascape: Lazio. It comprises pristine beaches, archaeological sites, medieval castles, natural reserves, and more. Once you get to Rome, take your hired campervan or motorhome on our Central Italy Road Trip and enrich your holidays with more astonishing sights of the Italian Peninsula.
Naples has a wide range of well-equipped campgrounds to relax and sleep while recharging your campervan or motorhome. Avoid any type of stress by making, when possible, your reservation ahead.
From Naples city down to the Sorrento area, some of the best campgrounds for campers to relax are Agricampeggio Oasi Verde, Sosta Camper Palinuro, Nube d'Argento, Santa Fortunata, and Beata Solitudo.
These campgrounds provide essential services for your campervan or motorhome hire, such as electricity supply, drainage, and washrooms. There are also leisure services: free Wi-Fi, restaurants, a swimming pool, and playgrounds.
If this is your first time preparing an adventure on a motorhome hire, check out our tips for road trip beginners .