Rent your Scooter!
To experience the Amalfi Coast and the Sorrento Peninsula in complete freedom!
Amalfi Rent a Scooter was created by Salvatore Esposito, who loves his land and believes that an efficient service can make a holiday in the Amalfi Coast unforgettable. Our professionalism and friendliness have always fully satisfied our many customers who often come back to visit us during their vacation at our offices. The strong point of our activity is the scooter rental that allows you to enjoy the Amalfi Coast in complete autonomy, with:
- 24-hour direct customer support for every type of problem;
- advantageous prices (especially during the low season!);
- the delivery, collection (or replacement) of the means directly at the place of residence of our customers.
To enjoy the wonders of the Amalfi Coast and roam the charming streets of Amalfi, Positano, Ravello, Conca dei Marini, Furore, Agerola, Praiano, Atrani, Vietri sul Mare, Cetara, Erchie, Minori, Maiori, Salerno, Sorrento, Nerano, Scala, Tramonti… contact us now to rent your scooter!
On request, it is also possible to rent bicycles!
Hire and fly! Live the Coast on the new Vespa Primavera!
Attention: in the month of August the prices indicated are increased by 20%.
|Time||50cc N.D.||Agility / SH 125cc||Agility / SH 150|
|5 hours||€ 35,00||€ 45,00||€ 55,00|
|half*||€ 40,00||€ 50,00||€ 60,00|
|1 day (8am to 8am)||€ 50,00||€ 60,00||€ 70,00|
|2 days||€ 85,00||€ 100,00||€ 110,00|
|3 days||€ 115,00||€ 140,00||€ 150,00|
|4 days||€ 140,00||€ 175,00||€ 190,00|
|5 days||€ 165,00||€ 210,00||€ 225,00|
|6 days||€ 190,00||€ 245,00||€ 260,00|
|7 days||€ 220,00||€ 280,00||€ 300,00|
|Consegna o ritiro a domicilio / Supplement for delivery or pickup service – *half 8:30-19:30 o/or 19:30-8:30|
For those who want to discover the beauties of the Amalfi Coast, Amalfi is surely the easiest town to reach. Valle dei Mulini, its churches, the ancient watch towers and the typical Mediterranean houses, irregular and colored, embrace that small port that in the XI century appeared as the beating heart of a great seafaring power.
At that time the law of the sea was the law of Amalfi. The Amalfi tables, the first maritime code of the world, established for centuries the rules for all the navigation in the Mediterranean. The town still preserves many memories of its ancient maritime traditions and in the Civic Museum you can still admire the famous tables of the Amalfi law.
Another monument to visit in Amalfi is the Duomo of Sant’Andrea, with its imposing façade and the bronze doors, the neighboring Cloister of Paradise, built in the thirteenth century to accommodate the tombs of illustrious citizens, and the Museo della Carta, located in the Valle dei Mulini in an ancient mill of the XIII century.
From Amalfi, moving towards Salerno, you reach one of the most fascinating places of the Amalfi Coast, Atrani. This small fishing village was once linked to the rich and powerful Maritime Republic: today it is an oasis of peace and tranquility, with a delightful square overlooked by several cafes and the Baroque Church of Santa Maria Maddalena.
A few kilometers further south and you can visit Minori, with its intricate network of narrow streets and the enchanting promenade. Famous for its immaculate beaches and the cultivation of succulent orange and lemon trees, Minori is home to the remains of a Roman villa of the first century, brought to light in 1954, which deserves to be visited.
Not far from Minori is Ravello, a small town full of historic buildings. Among these we remember the Duomo of San Pantaleone, with its impressive marble pulpit supported by six lions, the Arab Villa Rufolo, buen retiro of artists from around the world, and Villa Cimbrone, built at the beginning of the last century in style pseudo-medieval.
Obviously you can not miss a stop in Vietri sul Mare, famous for the ancient tradition of polychrome majolica. Everywhere there are typical shops and small artisan shops where you can buy amphorae, jugs, dishes, coffee services, trays and various objects.
A few kilometers away from Vietri is Salerno, the provincial capital overlooking the Gulf of the same name. Its ancient districts are divided into a maze of narrow streets and typical alleys, while along the coast are located modern neighborhoods.
Always starting from Amalfi, it is possible to quickly reach another characteristic coastal village: Positano, the most vertical village in Italy. Ancient refuge of Greeks and Roman patricians, in the west of Positano we find the smallest and quietest corner with the Fornillo’s Beach, which contrasts with the more popular Spiaggia Grande (Big Beach) located to the east.
In the waters in front of the small village of Positano there is the famous archipelago of Li Galli. Legend has it that on these three small islets lived the famous Sirens of Ulysses: in 1924 the largest became the private residence of the Russian dancer and choreographer Leonide Massine who built a villa designed by architect Le Corbusier. A jewel that in 1989 passed to Rudolf Nureyev another Russian dancer of international fame.
Finally, the possibility of reaching the famous “Sentiero degli Dei” (“Path of Gods”), both from Agerola and from Nocelle (in Positano), should be underlined. A must for every tourist!
NB: in addition to the municipalities listed, it is also possible to organize excursions to the towns of Agerola, Conca dei Marini, Furore, Scala, Sorrento, Pompei, Cetara, Salerno, Paestum, Cava dei Tirreni, Praiano, Sant’Agata dei due Golfi , Vico Equense and others, to admire their beauty.
N.B. Our scooters are delivered to your home!
"We rented the 125cc scooter on Saturday morning and ran around the Riviera all weekend, great service and very good scooter, no problem and good value for money, it was a beautiful weekend and the scooter was THE PERFECT CHOICE!!!
Thank you, Emanuele "
"Salvatore (the Saviour) not only in name! Thank you for your familiarity and radiance. The Amalfi Coast by scooter is a real show, our Agility Kimco made us admire everything from Ravello to Nerano. Thanks and see you !!!"
"Rental agreed in advance, the time of delivery and withdrawal of the scooter were perfect. The scooter had no problem, they provided us with two helmets and bolt. People really also available in providing us with general information on the coast. To move in these places, scooter is ideal. "
"Getting around on the Coast in a scooter is the best, especially when you rent it from serious and available people like Salvatore and his brother, always available to our needs.
Excellent communication and means of the highest level of absolute comfort.
Highly recommended. "
"Excellent experience with this rental service. New and clean scooters, with helmets and chain, excellent quality/price. In addition, Salvatore, the owner, is a very kind and willing to solve any type of need."
"Amalfi without the scooter, the availability and advice of Salvatore, would not have been the same... If you intend to fully enjoy the Amalfi coast, trust Salvatore and his brother... and you will go on the safe side!
Marco and Flaminia! "
- Unlimited mileage;
- 2 helmets, 1 chain and 1 padlock;
- Scooters approved for 2 people.
Services not included
- Fuel and parking;
- Delivery or withdrawal at home (cost: € 10.00).
Essential rental conditions
- ID card or passport, credit card, 18 years old, driving license;
- Payment must be paid upon delivery of the vehicle;
- The vehicle must be returned in the same condition in which it was withdrawn;
- Damage to the wheels (punctures or other …) as well as fuel costs and parking costs are charged to the customer;
- Check for any anomalies on delivery, and report them to the company manager;
- All the fines during the rental period are charged to the customer;
- For any damage caused to the vehicle or in case of theft, the customer is obliged to pay damages.
- To avoid the risk of eventual contraventions, ask for information to the police about where you can park and circulate (IN THE MUNICIPALITIES OF AMALFI, ATRANI, POSITANO, RAVELLO IT IS STRICTLY FORBIDDEN ENTRANCE TO THE HISTORICAL CENTER) or leave the motorcycle in authorized parking areas, getting (and showing) the receipt;
- Before receiving the motorcycle, check it and note any anomalies;
- In the event of an accident, do not move the vehicle and call our office; Take the ends of the other vehicle (car type, license plate, driver’s name and surname, as well as the address and details of the insurance) and, if possible, photograph the fact.
ATTENTION: the rental contract will be signed upon delivery of the scooter.
Rent your Scooter:
(+39) 3384883667 /3421797454
How much does it cost to rent a scooter in Amalfi Coast? ›
Generally, scooter rental prices with Sorrento Trips range from 40 euros per day up to 220 euros per week. The customer is also required to leave a security deposit that will be returned at the end of the rental.What do you need to hire a scooter in Italy? ›
To rent a scooter up to 125 cc, you need to bring:
- your driver's license.
- your credit card.
- your passport.
- Previous experience driving a scooter/motorbike.
- Valid passport or identity card.
- Credit card or cash to pay the security deposit.
A scooter, Vespa or moped will usually be cheaper – around 45€ to 90€ a day; Motorcycles cost more – anywhere to 125€ to 350€ a day depending on what model you choose.Can you drive a scooter on the Amalfi Coast? ›
For all these reasons, more and more tourists choose to rent a scooter for their holiday on the Amalfi Coast. At this regard, Sorrento Trips, a tour operator specialized in scooters rental and convertible cars, offers many solutions at advantageous conditions.Where can I park my scooter on Amalfi Coast? ›
If you are luky, there are white lines where to park along Via Chiunzi, of course you'll be a little far away from the city center. In Minori, such as Maiori, there are blue lines that cross the promenade and at the end of Via Roma there is a small paid parking, for both cars and scooters.Do I need a license for a scooter in Italy? ›
To drive in Italy it is required a valid driving license. Valid national driving licence enabling to drive the category of the vehicle being driven. Officially you can't drive a scooter or car without International driving permit, because Italian police can fine you and obligate you to pay a sum of minimal 400 €.Can a non resident buy a scooter in Italy? ›
The rule here is that you have to be a resident to buy and register a motor vehicle, including a scooter or motorcycle.Do u need a license to drive a Vespa in Italy? ›
You have to present yourself with your valid driving license, an identity card or passport and with a credit card (only VISA and MASTERCARD) as guarantee. To drive the vespa 125 cc the car driving license is sufficient.Do you need a license to ride a scooter in Spain? ›
From the age of 15, you are entitled to ride a moped up to 50cc (45 kph maximum speed) but must first pass a simple road safety test and take a 20 question written test of which you must get at least 18 correct. You also have to have a provisional driving licence and obtain written permission from a parent or guardian.
Do you need a driving license to hire a scooter? ›
The rental trial in London has been equipped with a number of safety features including: Riders must be 18 or over and hold at least a provisional driving license. The speed limit of trial e-scooters is capped at 12.5mph - they will automatically reduce speed to 8mph in 'go slow' areas.Do you need a drivers license to drive a scooter in Spain? ›
They are treated the same as bicycles for use on the roads, with insurance required for scooters that can reach a speed of 18 km/h. No license is needed to drive them. The minimum driving age is 18, and the top speed permitted is 25 km/h.Do you tip in Italy? ›
First off, tipping in Italy is neither mandatory nor expected, but if you do decide to do so, the gesture is a very clear indicator that you appreciated the service provided.Can 2 people ride Lime scooter? ›
Group Ride is a feature that allows one Lime user to unlock multiple scooters with their account. This allows riders to easily make scooter riding a group activity without tandem riding (one person per scooter, please!). How many scooters can be unlocked with Group Ride? You can unlock up to five scooters at a time.How much does it cost to rent a Vespa for a day in Italy? ›
They also offer guided tours on a scooter, bike or the Segway through the city of Rome. The Vespas and scooters are rented out for at least 3 hours. The price for a Vespa for 3 hours is 40 euro, and 58 euro for the entire day. Bici & Baci is very close to the train station Termini at Via del Viminale 5, 00185 Roma.Can I take a scooter from Sorrento to Positano? ›
Positano and Sorrento are just over 17 km away. A distance that can be easily done by scooter. You should take the “Amalfi” SS163 to Piano di Sorrento, then take a small stretch of the SS145 to the city.How do you get around the Amalfi Coast without a car? ›
You can also reach the Amalfi coast without a car. Sita buses go to all the towns of Amalfi via two routes: Sorrento – Positano – Amalfi and Amalfi – Salerno. There is no route that goes along the entire coast, so if you want to travel further you will have to change buses.Where can I park my scooter in Positano? ›
Just past the Piazza dei Mulini on the right side. The gate is next to Collina Positano Bakery, and it is directly in front of the Hotel Bougainville. (You may see the signs for bike and scooter rental before you see the Parking sign.)Is there free parking in Amalfi? ›
The parking spaces on Amalfi Coast are often not clearly marked. However, some are marked with white, yellow, or blue lines. Free parking spaces are marked with white lines, but they are very hard to find. There is a small number of free parking spaces on the Amalfi Coast, and they are usually taken.Is it hard to park in Positano? ›
Parking in Positano can be very challenging, and it is never easy and cheap. Positano has a very narrow geographical layout, so there are few parking areas, and public parking is often reserved for residents only.
Where can I park for free in Positano? ›
The only free parking in Positano is located outside the village center in Nocelle and Montepertuso, both set in the hills above town. From here, you can catch a bus to the center of Positano.Can you rent a moped in Italy? ›
You can rent a scooter in Italy for at least 12 hours to most of a week. Mostly, tourists go for 24 hours rental plan. If you rent a scooter for a week, the price is a little lesser than the daily cost.How do you get to Ravello Italy? ›
You can reach Ravello by making your way down the Chiunzi pass, which you can access from the A3 motorway from Naples, exiting at Angri. Consider that it takes about 90 minutes to reach Ravello from Naples and Salerno; times can vary dramatically depending upon traffic.Do I need a license for a scooter in Italy? ›
To drive in Italy it is required a valid driving license. Valid national driving licence enabling to drive the category of the vehicle being driven. Officially you can't drive a scooter or car without International driving permit, because Italian police can fine you and obligate you to pay a sum of minimal 400 €.Do you need a licence to ride a moped in Italy? ›
As from1 July everyone in Italy between the age of 14 and 18 must have a licence to drive a moped or a 50 cc miniature motorcar. To obtain the licence it is necessary to pass an oral but not a practical driving exam.Do u need a license to drive a Vespa in Italy? ›
You have to present yourself with your valid driving license, an identity card or passport and with a credit card (only VISA and MASTERCARD) as guarantee. To drive the vespa 125 cc the car driving license is sufficient.