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Bremerton is a charming waterfront destination on the Kitsap Peninsula, opposite the metropolis of Seattle. Away from the city’s hustle and bustle, Bremerton promises gentler delights, such as a museum dedicated to the US Navy, and a marina offering boat trips into the Puget Sound. It’s also a great launching point for exploring the western edges of Washington state, where the scenery gets dramatic.

Rent a car through Orbitz to roam beyond Bremerton’s limits, traveling to islands on the sound and to the mountains that lie on the neighboring Olympic Peninsula. The stunning scenery means that driving around is part of the fun.

Bremerton and beyond: From cities to mountains

Bremerton has the enviable position of being close to both one of the most exciting cities in the region, and to the vast, awe-inspiring wildernesses of the Pacific Northwest. Use your rental car to explore the area, including these three highlights.

Bainbridge Island

Picturesque Bainbridge Island is easy to reach in your rental car. This scenic escape faces the Puget Sound, and offers quiet villages by the water and a surprising array of delectable dining options. The Bainbridge Island Museum of Art is a particularly popular sightseeing spot, while the local Farmers’ Market offers the opportunity to meet the locals and pick up fresh, homegrown produce.

Journey time: Around 45 minutes

Distance: Approximately 30 miles

Seattle

Seattle is one of the region’s big hitters for tourists. The iconic space needle towers over a city of constant creativity and innovation. The music scene is as big as ever, while it’s also a great place to try new beers and coffees in the numerous independent cafés and bars. While you’re in town, don’t miss the Pike Place Market, a lively shopping space famed for its fresh seafood.

Journey time: Around 1 hour 10 minutes

Distance: Approximately 65 miles

Olympic National Park

The majestic Olympic National Park hosts three separate ecosystems within its sprawling peninsula. Join one of the hiking trails in the park to experience Pacific shores, subalpine forests and temperate forests, all beneath the shadows of the park’s looming peaks. Don’t miss Hurricane Ridge, one of the most accessible routes into the mountains, and a spectacular spot to take photos.

Journey time: Around 1 hour 10 minutes

Distance: Approximately 50 miles