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Van Ford Camper

FreewayCamper4.3(30 Reviews)9 mi. from Rome

Van Ford Camper +8
Immediately available
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2 adults/2 children
Automatic
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
2 Beds
AC
Pets allowed
£1,033.00 / £73.79 per night
Urban Plus

McRent4.6(59 Reviews)9 mi. from Rome

Urban Plus +10
Immediately available
2 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
1 Bed
AC
Shower/WC
£1,068.00 / £76.29 per night
Campervan 600 Basic

FreewayCamper4.3(30 Reviews)13 mi. from Rome

Campervan 600 Basic +6
Immediately available
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2 adults/1 children
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
3 Beds
AC
Shower/WC
Pets allowed
£1,173.00 / £83.79 per night
Compact Plus

McRent4.6(59 Reviews)9 mi. from Rome

Compact Plus +7
Immediately available
2 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
2 Beds
AC
Shower/WC
£1,183.00 / £84.50 per night
Campervan 600 Family

FreewayCamper4.3(30 Reviews)13 mi. from Rome

Campervan 600 Family +8
Immediately available
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2 adults/2 children
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
2 Beds
AC
Shower/WC
Pets allowed
£1,220.00 / £87.14 per night
Family Standard

McRent4.6(59 Reviews)9 mi. from Rome

Family Standard +12
Immediately available
4 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
3 Beds
AC
Shower/WC
£1,297.00 / £92.64 per night
Family Luxury

McRent4.6(59 Reviews)9 mi. from Rome

Family Luxury +10
Immediately available
2 adults/2 children
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
3 Beds
AC
Shower/WC
£1,423.00 / £101.64 per night
The best campervan offers in Italy by regionsAll pickup stations in Italy

This European country is known for its pleasant and paradisaic weather almost all year round, fantastic beaches, and beautiful countryside consisting of breathtaking mountains, lush valleys, and dense forests. The home of some of the most delicious food and drink, including wine, is also home to a long and fascinating history and a strong sense of heritage and culture. While many people visit to go to the big cities, you will find that there is just as much to see and do if you stick to the rural spots and destinations.

The various national Parks, such as the one in Abruzzo and the Mount Etna National Park, offer unique adventures for your trip. Idyllic lakes like Lake Como and Lake Guarda provide a chance to sit and relax or take part in a wide selection of water activities.
At Camper Days, we offer our customers the chance to benefit from significant savings on the rental of a campervan in Italy using our price comparison tool.

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Useful Tips for Your Trip to Italy

The best time to rent a campervan in Italy depends significantly on your preference for weather and the crowds you want to deal with. While summer will be warmest, the crowds and prices will increase. Instead, aim to visit during April, May, early autumn, September, or October for less scorching weather, lower prices, and fewer crowds.

  • Outdoor activities
    Outdoor activities

    If you are looking to do a lot of hiking or cycling when you rent a campervan in Italy, the best time of the year to visit is either spring, early summer or late autumn.

  • Beach holidays
    Beach holidays

    Although Italy is known for pleasant weather throughout most of the year, June is the best time to visit for a beach holiday or trip to the coast.

  • Winter holidays
    Winter holidays

    It is no surprise that December is the best time for a truly memorable winter holiday in Italy. Snow falls and coats the Dolomites and the Alps, and the country is known for its warm and welcoming seasonal atmosphere.

Campervan offers for couples in Italy

For a romantic trip for two exploring Italy and other cities nearby, a smaller motorhome is just right. Discover our selection of vehicles for two people and explore together.

Urban Plus
Urban Plus
1 bed2 adultskitchen
Details
Compact Plus
Compact Plus
2 beds2 adultskitchen
Details
Campervan 600 Basic
Campervan 600 Basic
pets allowed3 beds2 adults/1 child
Details

Campervan offers for families in Italy

If you want to go on a family camping holiday in Italy, we recommend a large motorhome. Alcove models are very popular with families with children, as the motorhomes are spacious and have several sleeping and seating areas.

Van Ford Camper
Van Ford Camper
pets allowed2 beds2 adults/2 children
Details
Family Standard
Family Standard
3 beds4 adultskitchen
Details
Family Luxury
Family Luxury
3 beds2 adults/2 childrenkitchen
Details

Campervan offers for dog owners in Italy

Whether it's a campervan or a classic motorhome, there are now several rental companies in Italy that allow pets in their vehicles. In the CamperDays search, you can easily search for suitable offers using the "Pets allowed" filter.

Van Ford Camper
Van Ford Camper
pets allowed2 beds2 adults/2 children
Details
Campervan 600 Basic
Campervan 600 Basic
pets allowed3 beds2 adults/1 child
Details
Campervan 600 Family
Campervan 600 Family
pets allowed2 beds2 adults/2 children
Details

Best campervan routes around Italy

A great way to spend your time in this beautiful country when you hire a campervan in Italy is to follow one or more of the many beautiful, scenic driving routes.

SR 222 – Chiantigiana Road
The SR 222, also known as the Chiantigiana Road, is a 69-kilometre route that traverses the famous Chianti region of Tuscany, starting in Florence and ending in Siena. This hilly countryside, dotted with medieval villages and many vineyards, passes places like Greve, Castellina di Chianti, and Monteriggioni.

Val d’Orcia
Another awe-inspiring driving route when you rent a motorhome in Italy is the one that takes you around what is known as the Natural and Cultural Artistic Park of Val d’Orcia. This 110km journey takes you high along the stunning SP146 and SR2 roads. 110km may not sound like a lot on paper, but trust us; this journey is so dense, with exciting sights. You start in Castiglione d’Orcia, on the slopes of the breathtaking Mount Amiata and drive through noteworthy spots like Bagni San Filippo, which is famous for natural sculptures made from calcium carbonate and thermal springs, San Quirico d’Orcia, Montalcino, Pienza, and Radicofani.

Traffic Rules in Italy

Traffic rules with a motorhome
  • Vehicles approaching from the right or travelling over rails must be prioritised unless signs display a difference. Also note that cyclists near cycle paths and pedestrians at crossings have priority.

  • On many mountainous roads, when two vehicles can’t pass one another, the car descending should reverse to a safe place to allow the other to pass. On other roads, the heavier vehicle always gets priority.

  • The speed limits are categorised by the types of roads: 50 to 70 km/hour (based on local road signs) in built-up areas, 90 to 110 km/hour in outside built-up areas, and 130 km/hour on motorways.

  • Campervans and vehicles with caravans are at most 12 metres long, 4 metres high, and 2.55 metres wide. Loads must not exceed 6 tonnes on the trailer with a single axle and 22 tonnes on the trailer with two axles.

Places of interest and excursions in Italy

Lake Garda, Veneto, Lombardy, and Trentino-Alto Adige
Lake Garda is the largest lake in Italy and is more than 50 km long from its northern to southern shore. It is also a little under 20km wide from east to west. For more than 180 days a year, the northern area of Lake Garda is full of canvas sails and boats. Many sailors from all over the World come to the Lake to participate in wild and exhilarating competitive regattas.

Gran Paradiso National Park, Italian Alps, Northwest Italy
The area now known as Gran Paradiso National Park was given its classification in December 1922 and has been under protection ever since. Before being named a national park, it was an exclusive hunting reserve for the Savoy Family. The park is home to chamois and ibex, the latter of which is featured in its logo.

Panoramic view of Lake Garda, Italy
The best campsites

Campsites in Italy and the surrounding area

Your stay for the first night

  • Abruzzo/Paganica-Tempera
    Oasi Camper
  • Lazio/Fondi
  • Tuscany/Semproniano
  • Lazio/Anguillara Sabazia
  • Lazio/Rome
  • Umbria/Civitella d'Agliano
FAQ
  • When you book a motorhome rental in Italy, you can drive as long as you have a valid driving license, a valid UK passport, and are 21 or older. However, you should be aware of various driving regulations, especially concerning speed restrictions for particular vehicles.

  • As holidays in campsites are trendy, when you book a camper van for hire in Italy, you should research the pitching costs for various locations. 

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