Rent a Maserati in San Remo

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Maseratis available for hire in San Remo

Choose from the following Maseratis to rent in San Remo:

Rent Maserati Ghibli
Rent Maserati Ghibli San Remo
Rent Maserati Ghibli San Remo

Price from:
597/ Day

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Rent Maserati GranCabrio Sport
Rent Maserati GranCabrio Sport San Remo
Rent Maserati GranCabrio Sport San Remo

Price from:
497/ Day

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Rent Maserati Levante
Rent Maserati Levante San Remo
Rent Maserati Levante San Remo

Price from:
347/ Day

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Rent Maserati Quattroporte
Rent Maserati Quattroporte San Remo
Rent Maserati Quattroporte San Remo

Price from:
487/ Day

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Hire a Maserati in San Remo

Red Fox Luxury Car Hire invites you to rent a Maserati in San Remo with us. Rent your Maserati in San Remo, on the Italian Riviera, popular all year round as the climate is mild and is well situated for exploring both the Italian and the French Rivieras. Known locally as the City of Flowers, it is in the province of Liguria and benefits from a long stretch of beach. The city is approximately 75 mins away from Nice Airport and approx. 50 kilometres east of Monte Carlo, the perfect place to rent your very own Maserati. In the 19th century San Remo was popular with European aristocrats who enjoyed the mild winters and today it boasts some luxurious villas and some of the glamour of the French Riviera. Famous for its casino dating back to 1905 (one of only four casinos in Italy) it is an architectural masterpiece in the centre of town.

Take your Maserati around La Pigna, the oldest area in San Remo with tiny streets winding up the hill to the gardens at the top. The Madonna della Costa Sanctuary on the hilltop is a symbol of the city and can be seen from most parts of the city. Visit the harbour in you Maserati, where many luxury yachts are moored alongside local fishermen sorting the daily catch. Watch the world go by at a local cafe or ice cream parlour, take a stroll through the elegant gardens, along the beach, or through the cobbled streets of the old town. On a Tuesday or Saturday take a visit to a typically Italian Riviera bustling street market where you will find fresh food stalls together with handmade leather goods, fashion accessories and souvenirs.

San Remo is certainly a lovely place to stay if you are exploring the Italian and/or the French Rivieras in your Maserati.