Campervan and motorhome hire in Italy

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We have a range of services and essensials available for your conveinience when you rent an RV at Indie Campers

Our services and road trip essentials

  • 24/7 Pick-up and Drop-off

  • Roadside Assistance

  • Airport Transfer

  • Trip Advice

  • Bedding Kit

  • Kitchen Kit

  • Cleaning Kit

  • Unlimited Kms

Campervans for hire in Italy

These campervans are available at our local depots in Italy. Find out which fits your road trip best.

Side view of Indie Campers Sporty Model
Sporty

Fiat Ducato/Talento or Renault Traffic Diesel, 2016-18

30 CH2 2.0 Multijet 115

  • 4 People

    Seating and beds for 4 people

  • Dimensions

    4,96m x 2,69m x 2,75m

  • WC

    Optional as extra

  • 2 convertible double beds

    Lower - 1.90m x 1.55m | Upper - 1.90m x 1.45m

Side view of the Active Model
Active

Fiat Ducato Diesel, 2017-18

MH2, 2.0 Multijet 115

  • 4 People

    Seating and beds for 4 people

  • Dimensions

    5,41m x 2,69m x 2,75m

  • WC

    Shower and Portable Toilet included

  • 2 fixed double beds

    Lower - 1.87m x 1.40m | Upper - 1.80m x 1.40m

Side view of the VW California Model
California

VW California Diesel, 2018-19 (automatic transmission)

BlueMotion Coast/Ocean 2.0TDI 150

  • 4 People

    Seating and beds for 4 people

  • Dimensions

    4,90m x 2,30m x 2,20m

  • WC

    Optional as extra

  • 2 convertible double beds

    Lower - 2.00m x 1.14m | Upper - 2.00m x 1.20m

Side view of the Nomad Model
Nomad

Fiat Ducato Diesel, 2018-20 (manufactured by Knaus)

L2H2 2.3 Multijet 130

  • 4 People

    Seating and beds for 4 people

  • Dimensions

    5,41m~6m x 2,69m x 2,75m

  • WC

    Integrated Bathroom with Shower

  • 2 convertible double beds

    Lower - 1.83m x 1.27m | Upper - 1.70m x 1.20m

Atlas

Fiat Ducato Diesel, 2019 (manufactured by Knaus)

2.3 Multijet 130

  • 4 People

    Seating and beds for 4 people

  • Dimensions

    7,01m x 3,00m x 2,79m

  • WC

    Integrated Bathroom with Shower

  • 2 convertible double beds

    Rear - 2.01m x 1.33m | Lifting - 2.10m x 1.23m

Where to start your road trip in Italy

Rent a campervan in any of our popular cities in Italy. Check local campervan availability, popular routes and get expert tips.

Bologna

For road trippers with a passion for Italian cuisine, Bologna is one big treat. While the southern cities are all about dry pasta and San Marzano tomatoes, North Italy’s food capital is famous for freshly-made egg noodles, some stuffed like tortellini and ravioli, others carriers of silky-smooth meat sauces, like tagliatelle and lasagne.

View of Como Lake, Milan, Italy, with Alps mountains in background
Milan

The world’s fashion capital and Italy’s throbbing financial heart, Milan is a powerhouse metropolis with an international cast of cultural connoisseurs, six-digit earners, superstar models and aspiring artists.

Incredible sunny Mediterranean coast seen from the beautiful wrought iron balcony in Catania, Italy
Catania

Situated on Sicily’s east coast, overlooking the Ionian Sea and lying at the feet of the infamous Mount Etna, Catania’s down-to-earth beauty doesn’t receive the attention it deserves.

Venice

Venice is a city that needs little introduction. Synonymous with stately grandeur and artistic splendour, the city overwhelms: palaces and churches, marble and gold, ancient frescoes, contemporary sculptures, picturesque canals, handsome bridges, narrow alleys and sunny piazzas — it has it all.

Saint Angel Castle and bridge over the Tiber river in Rome
Rome

All roads lead to Rome, so as a road tripper you’re bound to end up in The Eternal City sooner or later. For good reason too, because the ancient metropolis is the historic heart of Europe. Iconic sites like the magnificent Colosseum, Michelangelo’s Sistine masterwork, and the Roman Forum will tell you just that.

Fantastic view over the sand beach at the coast in Olbia
Olbia

With its easy-going atmosphere, Olbia feels authentic, compared to the sophisticated but often sanitised tourist resorts elsewhere on the island. From the promenading locals to the unassuming charm of its traditional restaurants and bars, Olbia hasn’t forgotten where it came from.

What you should know about Italy

Here’s some essential information for campervan travellers in Italy

Fuel

Diesel for your campervan hire in Italy is more expensive than in most European countries, but about the same price as in neighbouring France. The countries to its north are cheaper, gas-wise, so consider fueling up there when hopping borders on a road trip.

Speed limits

Speeding limits for campervans and motorhomes on Italian highways are 130 km/h (80mph), while expressways are limited to 110km/h. Regional roads are limited to 90 km/h (55mph), and urban areas have speeding limits of 50km/h (30mph).

Roads & Highways

Almost 75% of the country is mountainous. Fortunately for your RV rental in Italy, the autostrada (highway) has plenty of tunnels and bridges. Avoiding highways is possible, though secondary roads tend to be busy, and may take 2-3 times longer. Also, beware of speeding vehicles.

Tolls

You pay tolls when driving your rental campervan on the Italian autostrada. Toll costs are roughly one euro per seven kilometres, and are paid with cash or card via a ticketing system.

Camping Rules

Italy has plenty of motorhome stops around the country, called aree di sosta, both equipped and unequipped. Apart from these parking spots, campsites are widely available for campervanners––though not as much as in France.

Cost of travelling

Travel costs for campervans (apart from diesel) in Italy are average for European countries. As for food, a three-course meal for two costs €50 on average. You don’t need to tip in Italy, and a supplement is already included in the bill, but feel free to tip if you want to.

Weather

Italy’s climate is Mediterranean,with hot summers and wet winters. Cold winds enter Italy from the Alps in the North, while the coasts have a higher average temperature due to the mild Mediterranean sea.

Food

Pizza and pasta are modern staples, but you only learn exactly how tasty these dishes can be once you’ve visited Italy––and there’s way more to Italian cuisine! Apart from pizza napoletana and spaghetti al ragù, try ossobuco (braised veal shanks), and have a gelato on a hot (or cold) day.

About Italy

Ancient Romans and Renaissance art, pizza e pasta, fashion and the finest luxury cars––Italy’s been adding colour to our lives since Before Christ, but it’s il Belpaese that is most tricolore.

Basil, mozzarella, tomato. Like caprese, the Italian tricolore is a sure sign you’re onto something good. That’s why you’ll spot the green, white, and red banner when sipping prosecco along a Venetian canal, biting into a slice of pizza margherita in Naples, or hiking between the colourful cliff towns of Cinque Terre––it’s because Italy has la dolce vita written all over. Want to get a taste of the sweet life yourself? Hire a campervan in RV-friendly Italy and find out why they call it il Belpaese––through little piazzas, arching duomos, rustic trattorias, and the ever-passionate Italians; and from hypnotising glacial lakes around Milan, to rumbling Mount Etna on Sicily.

A road trip through Italy is an endlessly interesting journey. Look for remnants of the ancient Romans, from Capitoline Hill and the Roman Forum in the epicentre Rome, to Pompeii and Herculaneum, smothered whole by looming Mount Vesuvius. Or stand in awe of the might and splendour of Italy’s maritime power mongers: take a romantic gondola ride along the Venetian canals, visit the Rolli Palaces in Genoa (a whole neighbourhood worth of palazzi), and take what has to be Italy’s most popular selfie at the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Last but not least, search for signs of the Renaissance in the city of the Medici, Florence. The cradle of the Renaissance, Michelangelo, Da Vinci, and Raphael all learned the tricks of the trade in Firenze! But the real icing on the cake that is your campervan or motorhome road trip has to be the food. Wherever you go, and whatever local speciality you decide to try, the Italian fondness for finesse, wholesomeness, and local produce will make your experience as rich as an oozing ball of mozzarella.

Top regions in Italy

Discover the best regions in Italy to hire a campervan and head on a road trip.

Other popular cities for campervan hire in Italy

Some of the most popular cities for starting a road trip besides our destinations in Italy.