Renting a motorhome in Italy
Traveling through Italy with a camper or motorhome is an ideal way to discover this beautiful country from a very personal perspective. The perfect DIY vacation in Italy starts with a motorhome.
With a camper vacation you choose a vacation with freedom and complete autonomy, do you want to see the Dolomites but also Tuscany in one vacation, with a motorhome this is easy to do. Do you want to discover many attractions and regions you can do this in a few days or over a few weeks from Piedmont to Sicily. Italy is a top country for camper tourism, following the example of the Scandinavian countries, Italian municipalities have made provisions for motorhomes such as special parking spaces and rest areas. Italians are keen motorhome owners too, it remains one of the best ways to see much as Italy is from north to south almost one big open-air museum. Often motorhomes can be combined with biking, canoeing, hiking, and according to the concept of Slow Travel, they also promote taking your time and enjoying nature. On this page you can rent motorhomes in Italy.
Rent your motorhome in Italy
Below you will find the booking module, specially designed for readers of Dolcevia.com by the Dutch motorhome specialist Travelhome (ANVR/SGR) in Eindhoven. We have known this motorhome specialist personally for over 20 years, and it is guaranteed to be the first choice for anyone who wants to rent a motorhome in Italy! The pick-up locations are Milan, Bologna, Cagliari, Catania, Pisa and Rome. Unfortunately, the booking's module below will only be available in English later this year.
- Written by Nelleke Pruijs from Genoa (LI Italy) With a career as a tour operator and specialist of Italy behind her, she has been involved from the beginning in the web portal Dolcevia.com, she writes about known and unknown destinations in all regions of Italy and as a lover of Italian cuisine she also manages the recipe book and writes with passion about the origin of regional dishes and ingredients. After 5 years in Rome, she recently moved to Genoa in Liguria where she now delves into the secrets that this region still holds. Nelleke was born and grew up in the Netherlands. Visit my website