Sardinia is a large Italian island located in the Mediterranean Sea and characterised by approximately 2000 km of coastline, sandy beaches and a mountainous hinterland.
Sardinia can be reached by air or sea. Here are the main airports and ports.
We invite you to organise your trip in plenty of time, considering the high season period, and the large number of tourists in July
- Cagliari is well connected to the most important Italian and European cities, thanks to the Mario Mameli international airport in Elmas. You can check airlines and all national and international routes here: www.sogaer.it/
- Regular sea connections from some mainland ports to the island and vice versa are guaranteed. At this link you can check the sea connections: www.grimaldi-lines.com/en/
- Alghero – Fertilia (250 km from Cagliari): www.aeroportodialghero.it/en/
- Olbia Costa Smeralda Airport (260 km from Cagliari): www.geasar.it/en
- Arbatax Tortolì (140 km from Cagliari)
- Porto Torres (240 km from Cagliari)
- Olbia (260 km from Cagliari)
- Golfo Aranci (280 km from Cagliari)