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Sandefjord Car Hire
 
 

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  • Sandefjord Torp Airport
    Torpveien 130
    3229 Sandefjord

    Mo. - Fr.07:00 - 24:00
    Sa.07:00 - 18:00
    Su.07:00 - 24:00
    Bank Holidays07:00 - 24:00
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  • Sandefjord Torp Airport

    Sixt Car Rental
    Torpveien 130
    3229 Sandefjord

    Mo. - Fr.07:00 - 24:00
    Sa.07:00 - 18:00
    Su.07:00 - 24:00
    Bank Holidays07:00 - 24:00

    24 h return

    Available vehicle categories: Cars & Estates, 4x4s, Vans & Trucks

Car Rental with Sixt in Sandefjord

Sixt makes hiring a car on arrival in Sandefjord, Norway easy with a desk at nearby Torp Airport. No matter what the size of your party their fleet will have a car hire vehicle suitable for you, with special deals often available. Whether you want a 4x4, a luxury convertible or simply a comfortable family car for your travels in Norway, you will find it in their fleet. The friendly staff will do everything possible to make your holiday driving in Norway as easy and safe as possible. All cars come with unlimited mileage and it is possible to add additional people to share your driving. All the cars are fully insured and LDW insurance can be purchased. Car rentals are available to drivers aged under 25. A car rental will get your holiday in Norway off to a great start.

What to see and do in this area of Norway with your car hire.

Norway is a beautiful country of stunning mountains, coastlines and fjords. The small, ancient Viking town of Sandefjord became famous when the Gokstad Viking ship, over 1000 years old, was discovered there. You can visit a replica of this ship in the harbour and with your hire car drive out to the Gokstand Mound to see where the ship was found. The town also had a long tradition of whaling and the harbour's Whaling Museum explains the history of this dangerous trade. Also celebrating this old trade is the Whaling Monument. This sculpture of whalers in action is one of the town's symbols. The town sits at the head of a beautiful fjord which has beach areas, popular for swimming and sunbathing in the warmer months. If you prefer to visit in winter there are plenty of places to ice skate or ski a short drive from the town in your car rental.