Getting There in SardiniaEdit This
Sardinia is an island located on the Mediterranean Sea and it belongs to Italy. Sardinia is not just for luxury travelers, there are several options to enjoy this Mediterranean paradise on a budget. This island is a great destination for fans of aquatic sports, panoramic photographs, and seaside holidays. But first you need to get there. Here's how you can get to Sardinia.
Getting There by Plane
Sardinia is an island, there is no way to get there by car or train.
However, the train and road system of Sardinia is well developed to
serve the large influx of tourist that visit the island every year.
There are 3 airports that serve the city of Sardinia: Alghero (IATA airport code: AHO), Olbia Costa Smeralda (IATA airport code: OLB) and Cagliari Elmas (IATA airport code: CAG).
There are several international and local Italian airlines that offer
direct flights to and from these 3 international airports. Ryanair frequently offers the best discount prices to the airports of Alghero and Cagaliari Elmas . To make sure that you receive the highest discount, book your ticket at least a week in advance. There are direct flights to and from Cagliari Elmas through Ryanair from select cities in Spain, Germany, French, England, and Italy. Ryanair caters to travelers going to the Alghero airport from Norway, Ireland, Germany, France, Spain and Italy.
Getting There by ShipIt is possible to visit Sardinia by ship or ferry from certain port cities in France (Ajaccio), Italy (Genoa, Naples, Palermo, and many more) and Spain (Barcelona). Check the local airpport in the city that you're departing from for the options that you have. Make sure to bring your passport or identification card, depending upon your residency.
Contributor: Damian Davila Rojas
January 12, 2010 change by damiandavilarojas
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