Italy does not get any more wild, rugged or naturally beautiful than the island of Sardinia….
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Step off the plane, check into your holiday pad, and then check out one of the local beaches. Don’t panic! You really did fly to Sardinia – those white sands and crystalline waters might look like they belong in the Caribbean, but they are 100% Italian, 100% gorgeous, 100% super. So park yourself amid the seductively ruffled blankets of sand and set your smile loose.
There are more reasons to smile once you head away from the beach. Ancient ruins cling to forested slopes between the hilly sheep farms of the island, providing unique attractions at every twist and turn of the road (of which there are many!). Pretty villages and towns purr with unremarkable yet charming everyday happenings. Surfers, divers, hikers and climbers break a sweat in some of the most sublime settings in Europe. And, while Sardinia has a distinct character, and even its own language, the Italian desire for delicious food and drink means there is no shortage of incredible pizzas, pasta dishes, coffees and gelatos on offer.
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There are three airports on Sardinia with connections to the UK. Flights to them take about two-and-three-quarter hours.
Olbia in the north east of the island has non-stop services from London Gatwick with easyJet, British Airways and Meridiana. You can also fly with easyjet from Manchester, Luton and Bristol, while Air Berlin and British Airways offer connecting flights from Heathrow via Dusseldorf, Stuttgart, Munich and Berlin.
Cagliari in the south of Sardinia is served by British Airways from Gatwick and easyJet from Stansted. Connections can be made in Milan with Alitalia from London, or on one of the many feeder services with Lufthansa via Munich or Frankfurt.
Alghero in the west has direct services from Stansted with Ryanair and from Manchester and Gatwick with Thomson. Alternatively, connect over Rome or Milan with Alitalia, or buy two separate tickets on Ryanair or easyJet to fly through cities such as Milan or Rome.
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At Alghero-Fertilia Airport (AHO), in the north west of Sardinia, onward transportation services include frequent buses (a 25-minute journey into Alghero) and taxis, which obviously offer a faster door-to-door service but generally cost a few euros more per person.
In the south of the island, buses and taxis also serve Cagliari Elmas Airport (CAG), with one-way bus tickets costing less than one euro per person.
In the north east of Sardinia, where the Emerald Coast dazzles with beaches and superyachts, Olbia-Costa Smeralda (OLB) Airport is the main gateway. Incoming passengers can hop on the bus to reach the city of Olbia, where there is a central railway station for onward travel. Taxis are available at the airport too. It costs around 15 euros for the 10-minute drive between the airport and central Olbia.
Check if your hotel offers a transfer by coach or minibus, as this could be a convenient option.
You might also want to consider car hire in Sardinia. Pre-book with TravelSupermarket and collect your vehicle upon arrival – you will save on the cost of airport transfers and find those hidden beaches more easily when you have your own wheels.
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You can have glamour and five-star service at a swanky beachside hotel, unpack your cases at a value-for-money family resort, or choose urban-based adventures in one of Sardinia’s fascinating cities. TravelSupermarket has hotels in Sardinia to suit all holiday tastes and budgets. Use our handy sliders to narrow the list, pick your favourite and go straight to the provider to book. It’s easy to Travel Super with TravelSupermarket as your trusty sidekick.
Picking your favourite destination might prove to be the hardest decision here. There’s Spanish-flavoured Alghero (the island was once ruled by Spain and Catalan is still spoken here); the beautiful Costa Smerelda, including Porto Cervo, which is often packed with celebrities; the pretty beaches of Chia; and Isola Rossa, among many other attractive destinations that suit families, groups, and couples alike.
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