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Driving a hire car on Capri Island is only possible at certain times of the year. As the island is small and mostly pedestrianised, with only one road open to traffic, non-resident cars are not allowed during the island’s peak season.
If you are driving in Capri Island in the off season, rent a car on the Italian mainland and hop with it on the ferry. The road on Capri Island is steep and winding, making for a memorable driving experience.
The road on Capri Island takes you past walking trails to some of the most popular attractions in the towns of Capri and Anacapri. You’ll pass plenty of taxis and buses, as this is how the majority of islanders get around. Admire the rugged landscape out the window of your rental car as you journey from the port to the centre of Capri, where ancient ruins stand alongside modern resorts.
One of the benefits of using a hire car to explore Capri is the unique vantage point you will experience from various parts of the island. Rent a cabriolet or roll down the window and enjoy the sea breeze as you drive down one of Capri Island’s twisting stretches of road cut into the cliff.
The walking trails and roads on Capri Island do not always intersect, so you will also get to enjoy some unobstructed views of the Mediterranean Sea that you might otherwise miss.