Sardinia, despite being an island in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea is easily accessible by sea or by air. It is connected by sea with the major Italian seaports such as Genoa, Civitavecchia and Palermo or Marseille in France. While by air, we have three major airports, Cagliari Elmas, Olbia and Alghero Fertilia connected by major Italian and European cities. The costs are not very high because it is also operated by a major low-cost airline (Ryan air) that connects through Alghero and Cagliari with the mainland. There are also many flights bythe Italian airlines (Alitalia and Air One) or the local airline of Sardinia (Meridiana).
Connecting flights to Alghero Fertilia
Livingston Air: Rome Fiumicino
Alitalia/Air One: Milan Linate, Bologna, Turin
Ryan Air: Rome Ciampino, Bergamo Orio al Serio (Milan), Pisa, Bologna, Venice, Turin, Ancona, Parma, Verona, Barcelona, Billund, Bratislava, Brussels, Cologne, Dublin, Dusseldorf, Eindhoven, Frankfurt, Gothenburg, London Stansted and Luton, Madrid, Munich, Oslo, Stockholm.
Easyjet: Milan Malpensa
Connecting flights to Cagliari Elmas
Alitalia / Air One: Rome Fiumicino, Milan Linate, Venice
Ryan Air: Genoa, Bergamo (Milan), Parma, Perugia, Pescara, Pisa, Rome Ciampino, Trapani, Treviso, Trieste, Brussels, Marseille, Paris (Beauvais), Baden, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt (Hahn), Barcelona (Girona ), Madrid, Seville, Valencia.
Meridiana: Milan Malpensa, Rome Fiumicino, Naples, Bologna, Florence, Verona, Catania, Mosca, Mombasa, Maldive, L’Avana, New York (in june and july), Natal
Note: many flights with European cities and smaller Italian cities, are weekly, biweekly, or three times a week. In bold, daily connecti
Porto Torres: Marseille (SNCM), Genoa
Olbia: Genoa, Livorno, Civitavecchia (Rome)
Cagliari: Civitavecchia (Rome), Naples, Palermo, Trapani
Golfo Aranci: Livorno
The routes are mostly nocturnal, and the frequencyies of ferry crossing increase during the summer period, and you can travel during the day on the Livorno-Olbia and Civitavecchia-Olbia routes.