Sicily Car Hire - Great deals on discounted car rental

Pre-book your Sicily car hire, with prices starting from just £2.79 per day with FREE cancellations*

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Sicily is one of Italy's most picturesque regions. With its diverse architectural styles, sandy coastline and active volcano, Mount Etna, it's a cultural gem that offers fascinating history, beautiful views and golden beaches. This means it's perfect for a relaxing getaway any time of the year.

Our car hire service makes it easy to get around. By renting a car to explore Sicily for yourself, you'll be able to pack your schedule full to the brim – if you want to, of course. What's more, you'll get fantastic value for money, as we scan the best prices from hundreds of trusted rental companies.

Why compare and book hire cars with Holiday Extras?

When you book your rental car with Holiday Extras, you can browse our selection of cars to find the best one for you. Our economical two-door cars are perfect for those narrow Italian streets, while an SUV can take you off the beaten track. Perhaps you need a nine-seat people carrier to fit all your family and friends. Alternatively, you could opt for one of our premium cars to travel the island in style.

To get you the best deal, we compare prices from more than 900 car hire firms, saving you valuable time and money. Our rental cars can be collected from over 4000 city and airport locations in more than 160 countries worldwide, from Europe to the US, South Africa and Australia. And, if you change your mind, there's no need to worry. We offer free cancellation up to 48 hours before your scheduled pick-up time.

Exploring Sicily

There is so much to see in Sicily that you'll be thankful you have a car to take it all in. The capital city, Catania, sits in the east of the island, offering a spectacular cathedral and the famous Fontana dell'Elefante. Nearby is Etnaland, a theme park perfect for family days out. The famous Mount Etna is also in this region, along with many idyllic vineyards. In the north, you have Palermo and its breath-taking royal palace and, in the south, the Vendicari Reserve, a nature park with birdwatching opportunities and walking routes. Western Sicily is also well worth a visit, as, among other attractions, it's the home of the Valle dei Templi, an UNESCO World Heritage Site in the city of Agrigento.