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Portugal

Convertible Hire in Portugal

With long stretches of wild coastline and dramatic scenery, driving a Sixt convertible car hire in Portugal is the perfect way to enjoy this country. Pick from our premium fleet of convertible rental cars supplied by trusted names like BMW, Audi, Jaguar or Mercedes-Benz. Our prices are always affordable, making your holiday or business spending go just a little bit further.

When you book your convertible car hire be sure to browse our range of extras. See more of Portugal with unlimited mileage packages and our E-Toll Service or put a friend or family member on your contract to share the driving. Other extras include Sat Navs and baby or booster seats. We are always pleased to welcome younger drivers under 25. Wherever the road takes you, you will enjoy it more when you rent a Sixt convertible!

BMW 4 Series

Mercedes-Benz E class

Jaguar F-Type

Choose the perfect convertible in Portugal

Use our quick and easy booking form above to browse our varied selection of high quality convertible models and compare available deals. Please note that while we guarantee your chosen vehicle category we cannot do the same for specific models.

Show off with your convertible in Portugal

Sixt has many branches in Portugal, with stations at the airports and centres of major cities such as Porto, Lisbon, and Faro, so collecting your hire convertible in Portugal is easy. Take time to discover the historic streets and attractions of Lisbon or Porto before cruising along the Atlantic coastline or heading inland to discover lakes, mountains and forests.

  • Drive along the revitalised waterfront of Lisbon and keep hugging the coast until you reach Cascais with its family-friendly beaches, ancient fort and narrow cobbled backstreets. Continue along the Guincho coastline past a lunar-like dune landscape before heading inland to climb towards Sintra, where the royal family spent their summers.
  • Take a leisurely drive along the Algarve coastline, the country's most southerly region. The wild and unspoilt headland at Sagres is home to defensive forts and fortifications while the Atlantic waves that hit the beaches here make it a favourite spot for surfers. From here, head east towards the Spanish border passing pretty towns such as Albufeira, Faro and Tavira.
  • The country's second city Porto, which lies on the beautiful River Douro, makes a sharp contrast to Lisbon in its appearance and character and is a good base for a road trip to Guimaraes. Be sure to stop in one of Europe's oldest cities, Braga before taking in the scenic Peneda-Geres National Park.

Sixt branches in Portugal