|How to get to Sardinia - Airlines and Ferries|
|Sardinia is accessible from the Italian Mainland by plane or boat|
Traveling to Sardinia by Air
Sardinia is served by Meridiana, Alitalia, Volare and Air One from the Italian Mainland. Ryanair will get you from London to Alghero's Fertilia airport.
There are airports in four Sardinian cities: Alghero, Olbia, Arbatax and Cagliari.
Traveling to Sardinia By Ferry
You can get to Sardinia by Ferries that link the following cities:
Main Sardinia Ferry Connections
(port of Rome)
|Arbatax, Cagliari, or Olbia|
|Genoa||Olbia or Porto Torres|
|Livornio||Olbia or Porto Torres|
|Piombino||Golfo Aranci (just north of Olbia)|
|La Spezia||Golfo Aranci|
The Civitavecchia ferries take around 7 hours. You can book a cabin on overnight boats and save the cost of a hotel for a night. Food and drink is available on all ferries.
The Genoa to Porto Torres/Olbia crossing is provided by elegant cruise lines Grandi Navi Veloci.
The most frequently used ferry lines are the Sardinia Ferries, Tirrenia, and the Moby lines. You can access them all with route information using the Il Porto @ le Sardo page.