How To Get Here:

Sardinia is well connected to Europe and the rest of the world. Its convenient location between Spain, France and Italy make it reachable via a short flight to one of its three international airports, or you can choose from an abundance of modern, high-speed Ferries which travel back and forth to mainland Europe and the French island of Corsica.

 

By Air:

The three international airports in Sardinia are situated in:

Alghero – Riviera del Corallo Airport (AHO) website

Olbia – Costa Smeralda Airport (OLB)  website

Cagliari – Elmas Airport (CAG) website

 

and two regional airports in:

Oristano – Fenosu Airport (FNU)

Tortolì – Arbatax Airport (TTB)

 

Sardinia has direct flight connections to and from most European countries. These include: UK, Germany, France, Spain, Portugal, Norway, Sweden, Belgium, Holland, Poland, Czech Republic, Ukraine, Lithuania, Austria and more. To book flights and for more information please see our Flights page.

 

By Sea:

The second most popular way to get to Sardinia is to take a Ferry. The ferry ride ranges from a few minutes to a few hours depending on your port of departure; but they are fast, fun, not too expensive and you can take your car to explore the best of the island!

Below is a map of ports which connect Sardinia to the rest of Europe.

ferries to sardinia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Have a look at the leading Ferry website’s to see which suits your travel needs.

Corsica Ferries Sardinia Ferries

Moby

Tirrenia

Grimaldi Lines

Grandi Navi Veloci

 

 

By Yacht:

Last but not least – a popular way of reaching Sardinia is in your own, or chartered Yacht. Sardinia is a popular destination for the Med cruiser – its natural beauty and diverse coastline make it a hotspot for sailboats, powerboats and luxury yachts. There are numerous ports, marina’s and anchorages available and the formalities to cruise are the same as in Italy – quick and hassle-free.  If you plan to make Sardinia your destination for a whole season, a few weeks or just a stop-over between Sicily and Spain it’s always well worth a visit.

Here’s a map of the main ports and marina’s in Sardinia. To find all the information for cruising Sardinia please look here

 

marinas sardinia

Approximate distances from popular European ports to Sardinia in Nautical Miles:

Bonifacio (Corsica) = 7 nm

Palermo (Sicily) = 200 nm

Rome = 130 nm

Mallorca = 235 nm

Nice, Cannes = 180 nm

Marseille = 200 nm

Barcelona = 280 nm

 

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