Ships dock in the harbour of the picturesque fishermen’s village of Arbatax; together with the small airport, they make up the entrance doors to Ogliastra and the eastern part of Sardinia, easily reachable from Cagliari and Olbia as well.
This small port is located just 20 minutes away from the city of Olbia, in front of Tavolara Island; the area around the port is worth a visit because of the picturesque Capo Figari and beautiful beaches. Together with the port and airport of Olbia, Golfo Aranci is one of the entrance gates to the northeast of Sardinia.
The port is located in the town of Porto Torres. It may happen that the moorings are moved to the industrial pier (Pier ASI) located, about 1.5 km west of the port. Porto Torres and Alghero airport are the entrance doors to the northwest of Sardinia.
Ships dock the Isola Bianca port, a 5-minute walk to the seafront and Corso Umberto I, which takes you to the centre of Olbia. Do not miss the opportunity to stop at the touristic city, filled with restaurants and shops selling local handicrafts and products, the main gateway to the northeast of Sardinia.
The port of Cagliari takes you straight to the heart of the city. The historic cafés under the arcades of the elegant promenade of Via Roma welcome those coming from the sea, along with the lively Marina district with its typical trattorias and restaurants, craft shops and many bars for late night entertainment. In the vicinity of the port are the train and bus stations and car rental services.
The port of Cagliari and Cagliari Elmas Airport are the gateway to Southern Sardinia.
The airport is 10 minutes away from the city of Alghero in the direction of Sassari - Porto Torres. Alghero is a friendly seaside town at the centre of the Coral Coast; its old town centre and stunning landscape make it a destination of excellence. Welcome to the northwest of Sardinia.
The airport is located south of the city of Olbia, 10 minutes away from downtown. It is named Costa Smeralda, after the famous tourist resort in the Gallura; it is an intense hub of international tourist movement that characterizes the northeast of the island.
The airport is 10 minutes away from Cagliari and connected to it via public and private transport. The capital of the island is an ancient and vibrant city, where you can spend some pleasant time with the culture, sun and sea. Cagliari, in the centre of the Bay of Angels, is the heart of enchanting southern Sardinia.