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Car hire in Fareham

Car hire in Fareham

Close to both Portsmouth and Southampton, the historic market town of Fareham has a lot to offer. With fun family activities, a stunning red sand beach and great sightseeing opportunities, hiring a car is the best way to make the most of your visit to this part of England.

What I need to know

Fareham has a number of car hire providers available, so you shouldn't have any trouble finding the right vehicle to suit both your needs and budget. Rather than searching for individual providers, use our site to compare car hire deals in Fareham. We make it easier to find the right option and provide around-the-clock support.

Where to pick up my car

When booking car hire in Fareham, we give you a map view of the town so you can see where each of the providers is based. This means you can choose one that has offices at a location convenient to you. Alternatively, you arrange to pick up your car in Portsmouth where there are a few more providers.

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  • “The pick-up was easy, it took 5 minutes from arriving at the desk to driving out the car, and the return took even less time.”
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Where to go

Once you have your car, you're able to start exploring this beautiful part of England. Not only does the county of Hampshire have a lot to offer, Fareham itself is full of things to do. With both countryside and the coast, as well as fantastic attractions, you're sure to love this part of the UK.

Nearby Fareham

Half an hour away from Fareham via the M27 is the city of Southampton. There's an interesting mix of things to do here, ranging from the Solent Sky transport museum and Southampton City Art Gallery to the medieval gatehouse of Bargate. Of course, you'll also have plenty of opportunities to shop until you drop.

Longer drives

If you fancy a longer drive, Bournemouth is around an hour away via the M27. As well as a great beach, complete with a waterfront aquarium, you can also enjoy a day out at the coastal nature reserve if Hengistbury Head. For a bit of culture, head to the Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum, which is set in an interesting location.

Eating and drinking

There are a lot of options when it comes to eating out in Fareham, ensuring you'll find something to suit your tastes. From authentic Italian cuisine to pub grub and high street names you'll recognise, there is no shortage of eateries. You'll find many restaurants in the town centre, as well as slightly further afield.

Things to do

As well as heading for a swim on the beach or a stroll along the coast, you can head to the interesting Westbury Manor Museum, which will give you insight into the history of Fareham. You can also embrace nature by taking a walk in Holly Hill Woodland Park, which is also the perfect place for a picnic.

Sightseeing

The atmospheric Titchfield Abbey is a great place to visit while you're in Fareham. Originally built in the 13th century and later transformed into a Tudor mansion, the Abbey is now a shell but still has its original grand turreted gatehouse. It is the perfect place to take some interesting photos and enjoy good weather.

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