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Your New Destination Sardinia

Sardinia has become so effortlessly accessible to anyone from any part the world. Please select the the most convenient way to reach our beautiful Island by clicking on the icon in the map below

Alghero port

Located in the north west of Sardinia, near the ancient walls of Alghero, the charming town known as Barceloneta.

The marina can dock boats up to 50 meters, it offers also 400 permanent berths

Porto Torres Port

Located in the North-West of Sardinia, it is the second largest in the island for passengers and goods volumes.

Destinations to Genova, Civitavecchia, Porto Vecchio, Marseilles, Tolone, Barcelona.

Olbia port

The port of Olbia, north east Sardinia, caters for over three million visitors every year making it one of the most important passenger ports in the Mediterranean.

Destinations to Arbatax, Genova, Piombino, Civitavecchia, Livorno

Golfo Aranci Port

Located 15 minutes’ drive from Olbia in north east region, it’s the closest port to the Italian peninsula.

With an annual traffic approaching one million passengers it offers ferry, cruise trips to the following destinations: Livorno, Nice, Porto Vecchio

Olbia airport

51 destinations and 68 Airlines. Fly low cost to Berlin, Bratislava, Paris, Barcelona, Geneva, Bergamo and most of the European major cities

Cagliari airport

62 destinations and 21 Airlines. Fly low cost to Berlin, Manchester, Paris, Barcellona, Düsseldorf, Milan Malpensa and most of the European major cities.

Cagliari Port

The port of Cagliari, southern Sardinia, is a very important hub being situated in the middle of Mediterranean Sea; it’s also one of the largest in Italy for number of passenger transported.

Destinations to Civitavecchia, Napoli, Palermo, Arbatax

Arbatax port

Situated of the central eastern Sardinian it’s considered the doorway to Ogliastra, one of the island most evocative geographical areas

Destinations to Civitavecchia, Genova and Cagliari.

Santa Teresa di Gallura Port

The most northerly situated port in Sardinia, the commercial port of Santa Teresa is considered the island’s gateway to the French Island of Corse, whose southern coastline are only 12 km away

Ferries daily trips destination to Bonifacio.

Alghero Airport

Currently offering 13 Italian and 39 international destinations across major European capitals and major cities

Located in the north west of Sardinia, near the ancient walls of Alghero, the charming town known as Barceloneta.

The marina can dock boats up to 50 meters, it offers also 400 permanent berths

Located in the North-West of Sardinia, it is the second largest in the island for passengers and goods volumes.

Destinations to Genova, Civitavecchia, Porto Vecchio, Marseilles, Tolone, Barcelona.

The port of Olbia, north east Sardinia, caters for over three million visitors every year making it one of the most important passenger ports in the Mediterranean.

Destinations to Arbatax, Genova, Piombino, Civitavecchia, Livorno

Located 15 minutes’ drive from Olbia in north east region, it’s the closest port to the Italian peninsula.

With an annual traffic approaching one million passengers it offers ferry, cruise trips to the following destinations: Livorno, Nice, Porto Vecchio

51 destinations and 68 Airlines. Fly low cost to Berlin, Bratislava, Paris, Barcelona, Geneva, Bergamo and most of the European major cities

62 destinations and 21 Airlines. Fly low cost to Berlin, Manchester, Paris, Barcellona, Düsseldorf, Milan Malpensa and most of the European major cities.

The port of Cagliari, southern Sardinia, is a very important hub being situated in the middle of Mediterranean Sea; it’s also one of the largest in Italy for number of passenger transported.

Destinations to Civitavecchia, Napoli, Palermo, Arbatax

Situated of the central eastern Sardinian it’s considered the doorway to Ogliastra, one of the island most evocative geographical areas

Destinations to Civitavecchia, Genova and Cagliari.

The most northerly situated port in Sardinia, the commercial port of Santa Teresa is considered the island’s gateway to the French Island of Corse, whose southern coastline are only 12 km away

Ferries daily trips destination to Bonifacio.

Currently offering 13 Italian and 39 international destinations across major European capitals and major cities

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