Al Solemar Bed & Breakfast

viale Diaz 150, Cagliari, 09126, Italy
Al Solemar Bed & Breakfast
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Bus to Poetto Beach

by b080972

Can you please help with details of which bus to take from Cagliari port to Poetto beach? How long does it take and what is the fare? Do the buses run regularly? Thanks for any help.

Re: Bus to Poetto Beach

by Maxus

I've never been but I just lifted this from the net

Poetto Beach
This is Cagliari's main beach and very popular with residents both from Cagliari and from further afield. With good reason too, as it is a nice setting, usually quite safe for swimming, and very well serviced. From the early morning joggers and cyclist to the late night dancing and partying, during summer it often seems like there is more life at Poetto than in the city itself.

To get there take one of the Orange CTM busses marked PF, PQ or PN which depart from Piazza Matteotti directly across the road from the entrance to the ARST Bus station (Piazza Matteotti is in center of the city near the Port) regularly throughout the day and evening for the short 15 to 20 minute journey to the southern end of this long (around 6 km) and very well serviced beach. For timetables and further info see the CTM spa web-site www.ctmcagliari.it (click on linee and then the bus numbers for timetable info)

The busses run pretty much the full length of the beach, (except for the PN bus which only runs along the first third or so of the beach) so there is no need to get off at the southern end, which in any case is often the most busy and noisy part. Instead stay on the bus for awhile and get around to some of the (slightly) quieter parts.

Wherever you decide to go along the beach you are never far from a bar or an area where you can rent deckchairs and umbrellas - all very civilised really.

At the height of summer the city of Cagliari empties itself onto Poetto beach. When in Rome…..

Re: Bus to Poetto Beach

by Maxus

.....from this useful site:

www.getaroundsardinia.com/show_page.asp?id_pages=9

Re: Bus to Poetto Beach

by effeti

I nver used the bus, bit a private car, but i always so a lot of orange buses going there. And the ride is short indeed. Enjoy the wonderful waters!
Ciao
Francesco

Re: Bus to Poetto Beach

by b080972

Thankyou for your reply. I think I saw this site last year but I could't find it this year. Thanks for finding it for me.

Travel Tips for Càgliari

Hidden beach

by nrone

If you're tired of the crowd on Poetto, here's a tip for some private sunbathing, pic-nic or whatever you're looking for. It's a bit of an effort to get here, but well worth it. Starting from Marina Piccola, if you walk across the Sella del Diavolo you will find a fantastic small beach on the otherside. Wear good shoes for the walk!

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