Sardegna Transportation

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Sardegna Transportation

  • Low cost airline "Ryan air"

    Ryanair is one of the leading low cost airline in Belgium, departed in Brussels South Charleroi. Ryanair has more than hundreds of destination around Europe. Brussels South Charleroi is the second busiest airport in Brussels. Most of the flights here are serve by Ryanair and other low cost airline. But Ryanair is the leading airline in this...

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  • Rent a car is an easiest way to explore...

    Most of our trip in Italy we mostly hired a car, especially in Sardinia. Having your own wheel in the island is very easy. Public transport is not reliable in Sardinia comparing to any other places in Italy. At the airport in Alghero there are dozens of rental companies. Booking online in advance it give you a good price. Sardinia, a very nice...

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  • Watch your schedulling

    Sardegna is not an example of easy transport, so watch your transportation plan. I couldn't get a ticket for the car, so I decided to let it in Italy and rent another upon arrival at Olbia. Everything went well, the only difficulty was that the rent-a-car is in the airport and closes at midnight. My boat should arrive at 11.30PM , so I'd planned to...

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  • Train journeys

    There are a number of differing networks on the Island, and it is possible to travel by train from Olbia all the way through to Caligari. Around the old town of Sassari there are a number of branch lines.On the whole, however, Sardinian railways are a neglected backwater of the FS network with old running stock and timetables that are erratic at...

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  • Good solution

    Flying to Sardinia is expensive, even with low-cost. Though we had already decided to leave the car inland, and to rent another one in the island, we saved money travelling by ferry. It is quick, safe, and comfortable, with a single problem - the arriving time is not suitable to book a rent a car, so, when planning it is wise to reserve a night in...

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  • Ferry to Arbatax

    More for my info/reminder:Took this time the tirrenia ferry from Genova to Arbatax (stops in Olbia) to save some car travel time with the kids. We paid for return fare car with bikes and 4bed cabin with windows 580 Euro.Quality worse than Moby Lines.Ship Janas better compared to Bithia.

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  • Moby Lines

    More for my information:Ferry left at 22:00 in Genua. Be there two hours before departure which is enough. Not much there if you have to wait long. Just a little coffee bar for drinks, ice cream, pizza and paninis.Arrived in Olbia at 08:00. Off the boat at this time. Boat Moby Wonder. We paid for a car with bikes and cabin with window two beds: 298...

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  • Ferries to Sardinia

    To reach Sardinia from the mainland of Italy by ferry there are quite a lot of options, especially in summer. Main ports in Sardinia are Golfo Aranci and Olbia. For details see following websites:www.CorsicaFerries.itwww.tirrenia.itwww.snav.itwww.moby.it

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  • Public transportation in Sardinia

    I don't really like to travel by car, but to travel in another way in Sardinia is a rather bad idea.Anway, I found a very good website listing various kinds of public transportation options: www.getaroundsardinia.comUsed it quite a lot in fact. Ok, it can get a bit complicated (depending on route, date etc.), but somehow it's always possible to get...

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  • Ferrovie dello Stato

    There is a pretty good train service in Sardegna and even though train services here have a reputation of being slow, you can get to many places by train!We only used the train once, when we did not have a direct bus connection returning from Barumini to Cagliari. We took the bus to Sanluri Stato and from there caught the train back to Cagliari....

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  • Hit the high Seas

    For a great site listing all ferries to and from Sardigna along with availability and costs look at……http://uk.geocities.com/my_ferries/sardinia.html

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  • Taking the Ferry

    I had reservations for all the ferries I needed--found out that was not necessary. A walk on was very easy and allows more flexibility. Just remember, however it was just me and my bike.Being a woman and alone stood out. The ferry captian noticed me and invited me to tour the boat--oh was that fun (till I told him I was married). Got a great photo...

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  • Drive if you dare

    Well, personally I do not like to drive, so this never really was an option for me. We found that public transportation was great for the places we wanted to see, but I do realize that there are some remote places that might require a car! Especially along the coast of southeast Sardinia there are some spectacular scenic roads that are worth...

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  • Walking/hiking

    Walking definitely is possible in Sardegna, and although we were only there for a few days we did do quite a bit of walking!Walking was the only reasonable option to explore the old part of Cagliari - the streets are so narrow that it would be hell having to drive here - besides, if you want to get a feel for a place you just have to walk! Hear the...

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  • 'Pulman' buses overland

    There are various bus companies for overland travel throughout Sardegna, the most well known is ARST (Azienda Regionale Sarda Trasporti). The bus terminal in Cagliari is right next to the train station and there is quite a busy schedule.Tickets for the ARST buses can be obtained at the ticket counters of the bigger ARST terminals, like in Cagliari,...

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  • Cagliari Elmas airport

    There are three airports in Sardegna: Cagliari-Elmas the largest, Olbia-Costa Smeralda and the very small Alghero-Fertilia.Cagliari airport Elmas is conveniently located just 10 minutes drive from the city center. Since it is so close to the city you have a spectacular and little frightening view of the city while getting ready to land! It looks...

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  • Ferry to La Maddelena

    A very popular day trip from the Island of Sardinia is to visit the much smalled island of La Maddalena. The charming town is attraction enough, although Garibaldi's house and the nature reserve all deserve some time.The ferries are run by three different companies, with two companies arranging their timetables for a frequent 15 minute service...

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  • motorcycle

    In La Maddalena you definitely need to rent a motorcycle or a mountain bike. It is very important if you want to see the island, although bus services exist you will be more independent in this way. There are many places where you can rent a motorcycle, and it is not erxpensive at all if you consider all the trips you can make. We calculated around...

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  • Ryan Air

    If you're thinking about making the trip you should definitely keep your eyes peeled on Ryan Air's web site. I was able to get two round trip tickets over four days for less than $70 from Frankfurt. It's an incredible bargain.

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  • LANCIA

    FOR A BIG TOUR ARROUND THE ISLAND IN 7 DAYS YOU NEED A CAR WE HIRED ONE AT THE AIRPORT OF OLBIA .YOU LEAVE THE BUILDING AND TURN RIGHT , ONLY 50 METERS YOU VE ALL CARRENTALS WE HIRED THE CAR BY EUROPCAR

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  • AIRPLANE

    GO TO SARDEGNA FOR A SHORT TRIP OF 7 DAYS OR LESS MAY BE ONLY POSSIBLE BY AIPLANEWE STARTED FROM DUESSELDORF TO OLBIA , IT TAKES ONLY 1HOUR 40 MINUTES WITH LTU

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  • convertible car...

    ..like a perfect traveller we decide to go to Stintino,..about 3hours by car...so it was hot and a coverble car was perfect!!!Pitty..when we were cameing back..it rained!!

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  • Ferries leave for La Maddalena...

    Ferries leave for La Maddalena from Piazza del Molo in Palau several times a day, although you may have to wait for a second one in August. One ferry a day leaves from Via Porto in S. Teresa di Gallura, where you can also catch a ferry for Corsica.

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  • If you fly into Olbia, rent a...

    If you fly into Olbia, rent a car at the airport. Or take your car on the ferry to Golfo Aranci. Sardinia is a place for drivers: the public transportation is dismal, unreliable and SLOW. However you get to the island, have a car and drive it north, following the frequent signs marked 'Costa Smeralda.'Picture by artist Bill Robson...

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  • Flying to Olbia, Cagliari &...

    Flying to Olbia, Cagliari & Alghero or whith a ship to Olbia, Porto Torres or Cagliari.V.I.= if you want to see my home-place, than better fly or cruise to Olbia (80 Km away - 1 h. with a car...)Fly: Meridiana = Tel. +39 0789 69300 (Olbia)Alitalia = Tel. Volare = Tel.Boat:Grandi Navi Veloci = Tel.010/25465 (Genova)or http://www1.gnv.itMoby Lines =...

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Sardegna Hotels

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  • Villa Las Tronas Hotel & Spa

    It was some years ago when we stayed here but it was divine. We paid extra for a room with a sea...

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  • Hotel Quadrifoglio

    I was in Cagliari from the 1st to the 5th of December in 2008. It was a business trip book by our...

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  • Speraesole

    This hotel is 10km south of the airport at SS125 in Murta Maria (a place belonging to Olbia). It is...

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  • Hotel Cala Caterina

    I haven't stayed there but I visited it and found everthing oustandingly excellent with a very...

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  • Hotel Gabbiano Azzurro

    Via dei Gabbiani, Golfo Aranci, Sardinia, 07020, Italy

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

  • Hotel Parco Degli Ulivi

    Loc. Rena, Arzachena, 7021, Italy

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Families

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

  • Hotel Le Sabbie

    SottoTorre, Calasetta, 09011, Italy

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

  • Park Hotel Asinara

    Loc. Cala Lupo, Stintino, 7040, Italy

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

  • Resort Valle dell'Erica

    Localita Valle dell'Erica, Porto Pozzo, Santa Teresa di Gallura, Sardinia, 07028, Italy

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars

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