Travel to Sardinia either by air or by sea.
The two principal ways of getting to the island are by flying or by a ferry crossing.
In some cases it can also be a combination of the two especially when people are looking for a cheap way to travel and don’t really mind the fact that the journey may take that little longer.
There are three airports on the Island which provide nonstop international flights from Europe.
Each airport offers routes from different European cities.
Although you have a good choice of routes from many European cities, there is always a chance you don’t find a direct from your departure location to one of the Islands airport.
In this case another alternative is flights one or more stops.
The main airports in Italy , Rome and Milan offer more connections with Europe as well as intercontinental flights to Rome and are an excellent place to look for flights with connections.
My own personal experience of air travel to Sardinia has been from the UK and on a number occasions I have used Milan and Rome as connecting airports.
Travel to Sardinia by road and ferry can be a long and tiring journey but it also has its advantages.
The Island is connected by ferry to Italy mainland Island of Sicily, France, and Spain.
There are five shipping ports to choose from in Sardinia.
Ferries to the port of Arbatax, brings you straight into the heart of Ogliastra, on the East coast. One of the least visited Provinces that has much to be discovered.
Ferries to Cagliari a more limited from the South end of Italy, so if you’re travelling from North Europe you will be better off looking at ferries to Porto Torres, Olbia.
Sardinia is also connected with the Island of Corsica (France).
Travelling from Corsica is made easy with two ports offering this service.
Hope you have a safe journey and enjoy your Sardinia holidays.
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