Cheap Car Rental Alghero
Part of the city's population speaks Algherese, a variant of Catalan language. It's because the rebellious population was deported in 1372 by the Aragonese King Pedro IV, and was simply replaced by settlers from Catalonia. Locals sometimes even call the city Little Barcelona, although it is obviously still in Sardinia
Take a trip to the most important archaeological of the island with your rental car
Nuraghi are the towers built in Sardinia during the Bronze Age, and there are more than 6500 towers estimated. They are now the most important archaeological heritage of the island. Car rental in Alghero is a convenient way to appreciate the scenic view and cultural environment. If you are considering car rental in Alghero, you can arrange it with holidaycars.com in advance.
Drive up to Fertilia while you make use of car hire
Fertilia is located a few kilometers northwest of Alghero at the airport. The village was built in an austere style, typical of fascism in the thirties, and is built entirely in pink trachyte. The whole village reminds you of Carbonia and Arborea, two other places in Sardinia. Alghero is grand, so a rental car in Alghero provides great convenience of exploring the region.
Here you can discover impressive limestone cliffs of up to 204 meters high. It boasts a spectacular view over the coastline. Renting a car in Alghero is the best way to admire the dazzling cape and the surrounding area.
relax at the beach while the kids play in the easily climable trees
Car hire is not only relaxing for you, but for the children. The kilometer-long sandy beach is a few kilometers from Alghero. The adventure to Le Ragnatelle is also recommended. Children can go for an exciting tree-climbing. The park is about 50 meters from the beach Le Bombarde and Lazzaretto. Car rental Alghero guarantees a carefree holiday.
Olive Green Mountains
To explore the area comfortably you should rent a car in Alghero with air conditioning. Drive through small remote hamlets and catch a view of the children helping their mother milk young goats. Take a ride through an explosion of yellow broom against a backdrop of scrawny olive green mountains, and among villages where the postman helps harvesting the figs.
The small medieval town of Sassari
Porto Torres is not too far away, and the small medieval town Sassari, with marvelous vistas and ancient streets, is also nearby. Car rental in Alghero makes this region easily accessible to you. Visit one of the lively village festivals on the way back to Alghero and enjoy Aragosta arrosta, roasted lobster, served with olive oil and fresh lemon, of course with a glass of white wine. Don't drink too much though: you still need to come back with the rental car.