How to Arrive in Sunny Sardinia, Italy
Mar 19th, 2012 | By Jennifer Avventura | Category: Travel Blogs
Sardinia is the second largest island in the Mediterranean, and has three international airports which service major cities in Italy and many other European destinations like: Spain, England, Ireland and Germany.
- Alghero Airport (AHO)
- Oblia Airport (OLB)
- Cagliari-Elmas Airport (CAG)
Airlines with direct routes to Sardinia from Europe:
- Meridiana Fly is based in Olbia, Sardinia. Meridiana connects the traveler to major cities in Italy, Germany, Spain, England, France and Russia.
- EasyJet is a British airline with its headquarters at the London Luton Airport. EasyJet services Sardinia with Gatwick-Olbia and Stansted-Cagliari flights.
- Ryanair is Europe’s leading discount airline. Daily flights from all over Europe to Alghero and Cagliari.
- Alitalia is based in Fiumicino, Italy and operates at Rome’s major international airport Fiumicino (FCO). Alitalia connects to many major large cities around the world. Alitalia connects the traveler, daily to Sardinia through: Olbia, Alghero and Cagliari.
Moby Lines offers daily voyages from these Italian mainland ports: Livorno, Piombino, Genova, Civitavecchia, Bonifacio to Olbia, Santa Teresa di Gallura, and Porto Torres.
Tirrenia offers daily ferries between mainland ports in Italy and Sardinia. Routes include: Porto Torres-Genova, Cagliari-Palmero, Cagliari-Napoli, Oblia-Civitavecchia, Oblia-Genova, Arbatax-Genova and Arbatax-Civitavecchia and many more!
Corsica Ferries offers crossings from Santa Teresa di Gallura to Bonifacio and Olbia to Livorno.
Safe and Happy Travels.
*Please note: during the off-season months some routes and timetables may change. Please check with your carrier of choice for further details.
How will you arrive on this magnificent island in the Mediterranean?
Jennifer Avventura is a Canadian expat with over 10 years experience living the life as an expatriate. Writer, runner and a home-cooking house-wife who blogs about her Sardinian travel adventures at My Sardinian Life | La Mia Vita Sarda: http://laavventura.wordpress.com/.