Hours and contacts
25/02 Dom 08:00 - 23:00
Right now Closed
26/02 Lun 08:00 - 23:00
27/02 Mar 08:00 - 23:00
28/02 Mer 08:00 - 23:00
29/02 Gio 08:00 - 23:00
01/03 Ven 08:00 - 23:00
02/03 Sab 08:00 - 23:00
Car rental Alghero-Fertilia airport
Alghero airport is located in the north-western area of Sardinia, near the hamlet of Fertilia, and hosts national and international flights with a footfall of almost 4 million
passengers per year.
How to reach our office
The Sicily by Car office in Alghero is located inside the airport, in the arrivals area, to the right as soon as you enter the baggage claim doors in the rent a car area.
As soon as you have to return your vehicle, follow
the directions to reach us from where you are, you
will find us with no difficulty.
Our fleet offers numerous solutions for the most diverse needs: from economical and versatile city cars for city traffic to comfortable station wagons for those travelling
with the family; from cheeky convertibles to trendy SUVs and top-of-the-range flagships. There are also vehicles with automatic transmission, 9-seater minibuses and
commercial vans for your removals or the transport of goods related to your business. After carefully evaluating your needs in terms of space and comfort, we are sure
that you will find what is right for you.
Rent a car in Alghero with a debit card
As a rule, the basic requirement for hiring a car is a credit card in the driver's and rental contract's holder's name. However, you may find it useful to know that renting
a car with a debit card in Alghero is available. This formula is subject to specific terms and conditions that we invite you to take note of.
Are you looking for a rental car for one month, two months, or maybe extend your rental up to 90 days? Evaluate our limited mileage monthly
In addition to having a car in perfect condition, you can collect some extra accessories that increase the vehicle's onboard comfort in all our offices. Also, discover
the optional packages to protect you from unpleasant setbacks not covered by the standard contract.
Return after hours
Our key box service allows you to deliver your car even during office closing hours, leaving the keys and a copy of the rental contract in a special box.
Information on the cost of a car rental
The daily cost of hiring a car in Alghero can vary considerably depending on the vehicle category, the time of year and the overall duration of the rental.
Taking into consideration the rental of a small car (group B) for one day, these are the reference values: off-peak season (October, November, January, February)
from a minimum of € 10 to a maximum of € 25; midseason (December, March, April) from € 20 to € 35; peak season (May to September) from € 35 to € 50.
|Off peak season
Read some of our tips for a more informed rental. You will receive advice on how to save on the overall cost and avoid unpleasant inconveniences.
Routes and travel ideas
Alghero is a small and precious jewel, a territory that opens up to visitors with discretion and reserve and, for this reason, even more surprising for the atmosphere of authentic
and noble beauty and its ancient quiet. You are in Sardinia, a rough and shining island, a treasure trove of pride and authenticity.
Those who arrive in Alghero will experience the thrill of encountering history. Enclosed by an ancient wall, the historic centre of the city offers visitors the charm of its
cobbled streets, alleys and streets that evoke mediaeval life and traditions. Dominated by the Spaniards for centuries, the city, known as “little Barcelona” officially speaks
a second language: Catalan. The visit to Alghero begins with entering the Gothic cathedral of Santa Maria Immacolata, one of the largest churches in Sardinia,
whose surprisingly neoclassical facade stands out in Piazza Duomo. Strolling through Alghero, and browsing between one alley and the other in the historic centre, you will come
across numerous testimonies of the Catalan period: luxurious and imposing palaces built between the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, of which the marvellous facades, adorned
with mullioned windows and arches, tell the story. Palazzo Guillot, Palazzo Peretti, Palazzo Albis, Palazzo Machin illustrate the importance of the city, its
well-being and the wealth of the most prominent families. The church of San Francesco dates back to the late Gothic period and is absolutely worth visiting for
its essential and simple beauty, which is offset by its interior with seventeenth-century inserts. In the immediate vicinity, there is the church of San Michele,
the testimony of the city's baroque past with its splendid majolica dome. To finish your tour it is a must to visit the Coral Museum, located in a fascinating
Art Nouveau villa, it is a treasure chest containing Alghero's red gold, chiselled to create refined jewellery and objects of rare beauty. A small gem is, however, the MASE,
Museum dedicated to the author of the Little Prince, Antoine de Saint-Exupery in the evocative setting of the Torre Nuova. In the evening enjoy the seafront at
dusk, the historic centre of Alghero will welcome you in the cordiality of the many bars and restaurants in the alleys, in the light of the old city lanterns, a triumph for
the eyes and palate.
Outside the city
Your trip around Alghero, obviously with our rental car, will take you to the discovery of incredible landscapes of sea and land at a time of a journey full of suggestions and
surprises. So head north and start with a stop at the mysterious Anghelo Ruju Necropolis, one of the largest in Sardinia and certainly of great interest for
its vast internal galleries. From underground, go back to the surface and head to the Le Prigionette Natural Oasis, a naturalistic paradise where you can get
to know the local flora and fauna up close, especially bird watching in the quiet of the park. To experience the ancient Sardinian customs, just turn towards Uri, a characteristic
village where artisan art is inextricably intertwined with history: here, in the village, you will find the Santa Caterina nuraghe and the ancient laundry washhouse. Also in the
area is the Nuraghe Palmavera, a real village dating back to the Bronze Age, large and extensive, whose monumental appearance will leave you amazed.
Spectacular beaches and sea will accompany you everywhere, like that of Argentiera which is worth visiting for the fascinating industrial archaeology site of the
And now, open your eyes well and get ready for one of the most beautiful beaches in the world: we are talking about Pelosa, near Stintino and
Asinara: a postcard-worthy white-powder gulf, with its spectacular islet embellished by the sixteenth-century tower: a true paradise on earth envied internationally.
Heading south from Alghero you cannot miss the village of Villanova: traditional craftsmanship and mediaeval suggestions for a delightful village full of colourful
murals with rural scenes, corners of silence and small squares with gushing fountains for only 126 inhabitants! To conclude your tour, you still need a pinch of magic... This is what
you will find in Bosa, a village with a thousand coloured houses crossed by an old bridge over the river Temo, full of flowered balconies and wrought iron parapets,
narrow streets and old wooden doors. The spell of beauty will bewitch you forever.
The ZTL in Alghero
Alghero protects its historic centre with the ZTL area (Limited Traffic Zone) which extends to the entire old city and completely prohibits mobility except for residents.
In this area, access is pedestrian-only. You can learn more by consulting the website of the Municipality of Alghero. We also suggest
that you check the cost and time of parking on the blue lines.