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Where to pick up your car
There are over 44 car hire locations in Sicily, and the most popular location is Catania Airport.
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Sicily are Locauto, Sicily By Car, Firefly, Goldcar and Alamo.
Warmest month: July (22°C)
Coldest month: January (9°C)
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Hire a car in Sicily
Surrounded by translucent waters, Sicily is an exotic slice of Italy.
The island not only exemplifies Italian culture, but magnifies it while tossing in some spice of its own. Sicily holds tightly onto tradition and showcases its classic beauty through gastronomic delicacies, ancient heritage and inspiring landscapes.
As the largest island in the Mediterranean, don’t expect to make it all around in one go, but with your hire car, you should certainly try.
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Catania Airport CTA
Catania Airport is the busiest airport in Sicily.
Car hire pick up point
Car hire desks are located near the baggage claim area of the terminal.
As the backdrop to The Godfather, this little town is a necessary stop for film-lovers.
One of the island’s most visited towns, famous for its Norman cathedral and beaches.
Scala dei Turchi
A famous formation of white rocks, which have naturally been carved into a set of stairs, descending to the ocean.
Once the most important Greek cities in Sicily, strolling the streets here can seem like a step back in time.
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Car hire information in Sicily
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Location: Northwest coast
Landscape: White sand beaches line the coast, while mountains and forests fill the northern interior, making it an excellent place for hiking.
Known for: Palermo is one of the best places for shopping on the island, with old-school markets and high-end boutiques. The street food here is also scores highly.
Top highlight: Palazzo dei Normanni (Palace of the Normans) is located in the heart of the city. A visual feast, the 9th century palace gleams with golden Byzantine mosaics.
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Location: Southeast coast
Landscape: Head south of Catania to hit the beach or slightly north to explore Mount Etna – Europe’s most active volcano. Baroque towns are surrounded by wide valleys of fertile countryside.
Known for: Much of Catania’s legacy rests with the the volcanic eruption and great earthquake, which nearly destroyed the town during the 17th century.
Top highlight: The Roman Theatre, Teatro Romano, is a well-preserved ancient site, made of lava stone and brick.